Club notes — April 25

Claud Rainy Day Extension The Claud Rainy Day Extension club met Feb. 10 at the home of Reba Camp where they worked on the photo frame project for the Senior Citizen Resident Center. March 10 at Grady, Alpha Club hosted a luncheon and a program about “Dresses for Children” made from pillowcases. On March 24, […]

Portales Past: March 15, 1945

March 15, 1945: Grady’s Food Market in Portales, managed by Grady Beard, was celebrating its ninth anniversary. Beard said he opened his store with meat grown and fed by local men and that remained his policy.

April 5, 2009 Engagements

Mitchell-White Lynda Mitchell of Tyler, Texas announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Rebekah Ann Mitchell of Portales to Weston J. White of Portales, son of Calvin and Lynda White of Grady. The couple will exchange vows at 5 p.m. May 23, 2009, at the First Baptist Church in Portales. A reception will […]

Jan. 11, 2009 Elida School News

Upcoming Events Tuesday — Basketball vs. Grady @ 3 p.m. – junior high boys and girls, junior varsity boys and varsity boys and girls. Thursday — Basketball teams @ Tucumcari – junior varsity boys, varsity boys and girls. • The “Zoo To You” program from the Albuquerque Zoo visited the Elida Elementary School, Tuesday. The […]

Grady farmer appointed to state livestock bureau

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By Argen Duncan: PNT Senior Writer “I don’t think farmers are a bunch of stupid people in bib overalls,” said New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau’s new second vice president. “I believe they are the backbone of our nation.” Grady-area farmer and rancher Pat Woods received his appointment for the two-year term in November. He […]

Warrant issued in Grady station fuel theft

Freedom New Mexico An arrest warrant was issued Monday for a 54-year-old Curry County man in connection with the theft of approximately 465 gallons of fuel from a Grady fuel station, according to a press release from the Curry County Sheriff’s Office. Robert “Bobby” L. Daniel is accused of stealing gas on three separate occasions […]

2-10-08 Dora School News

Brisket dinner fundraiser today Colleen Tollett, sponsor, and the members of the Dora Chapter of Business Professionals of America, are serving a brisket dinner in the Dora School cafeteria from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. The meal will be offered for a donation to BPA. Proceeds will be used for travel expenses to BPA […]

Residents react to report of attempted abduction

By Sharna Johnson: Freedom Newspapers Grady Schools Superintendent Joel Shipley believes Monday’s report of an attempted abduction of a teenage girl in Grady was an isolated incident. Still, he said it shows small towns aren’t immune to potentially serious crimes. “Grady is a safe, quiet little community, but bad things can happen anywhere. The chances […]

Lady Broncos start EPAC with win

By Eric Butler, Freedom Newspapers Correspondent A steal with almost six minutes to play usually isn’t considered a game-sealer. But, in a matchup of young squads struggling to get some consistent offense, that pretty much was the case when Floyd’s Alexis Benoit picked off a pass and went in for a layup to give her […]

Floyd hammers Grady, 14-4

Floyd hammers Grady, 14-4 The Floyd Broncos varsity baseball team blasted the Grady Bronchos, 14-4, in five innings on Wednesday. Because of the 10-run rule, the game ended in five innings. The 10-run rule is invoked if a team is up by 10 or more runs after five innings. Floyd improved to 3-7 and now […]