Dora school news — June 7

Alumni committee meets today There will be a meeting of the Dora School Alumni Committee 2:30 p.m. today at the school. Anyone interested in helping with this year’s All School Reunion is welcome to attend.

Food at the speed of life: Pumpkin pancakes hearty, healthy

As a pancake fan, I was quite interested in the pumpkin pancakes Lonnie Berry, of Portales Police fame, told me about. They’re simple and healthy. Lonnie was trying out ways to use pumpkin and was pleased with the results of the pancake experiment. He says you can substitute anything for the pumpkin and suggested banana […]

Pumpkin pancakes simple, healthy

Argen Duncan As a pancake fan, I was quite interested in the pumpkin pancakes Lonnie Berry, of Portales police fame, told me about. They’re simple and healthy. Lonnie was trying out ways to use pumpkin and was pleased with the results of the pancake experiment. He says you can substitute anything for the pumpkin and […]

My turn: Commentary wouldn’t be too kind

Sports and sporting events have resulted in catchy phrases. You can expect interesting comments from broadcasters, coaches, and even players. The color commentator spends time talking to players and coaches and throws things out to keep us interested. From the golf comment, “The uglier a man’s legs are, the better golfer he is.” To football, […]

Our people: People person

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Chad Lydick works as an engineer and serves as an Eastern New Mexico University regent. Lydick said Gov. Bill Richardson asked him to serve as a regent and said he was interested in being involved in education. Lydick also served as a Clovis City Commissioner for eight years in the 1980s. Lydick says everyone should […]

Supreme Court more interested in politics

Freedom New Mexico This viewpoint, which reflects those of Freedom Communications, was written by the editorial staff at the Orange County (Calif.) Register.

Census Bureau seeking workers

Freedom New Mexico The U.S. Census Bureau is seeking workers in the Clovis and Portales areas to assist with the 2010 count. Salaries are in excess of $10 an hour with employment through the end of May. Anyone interested in this employment can go to the following locations at the following times for information: Portales: […]

Education column: Clovis education system outstanding

By Penny Bailey: Clovis Municipal Schools Last week, I met two outstanding fourth grade students. One, a Parkview Elementary student, Fabian Trevino, won a national essay contest; and the other student, Cam Kuykendall, a fourth grade student at Zia Elementary, has progressed to ninth grade math. While these are great achievements by those students, I […]

Business feature: Sisters start business in memory of father

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Freedom New Mexico Debbie Strong and her sister Viki Crawford got into Curves for Women after their father died of cancer. They started getting interested in their health and their brother James Russell was looking for something that he could do at that time. “Russell had a job he was tired of, which is pretty […]

Recreation center offers activities for youth

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Basketball It is little league basketball season. Both boys and girls have three leagues. Pee Wee is for first- and second-graders, playing on an 8-foot goal at Valencia school. Junior league is for third- and fourth-graders playing on a 10-foot goal at Portales Junior High School. Senior League is for fifth- and sixth-graders playing on […]

PHS News Oct. 19

ENMU recruiter to visit Thursday Stephanie McClary of Eastern New Mexico University will be on campus Thursday to talk with PHS seniors interested in attending ENMU for the fall 2009 semester.

Dec. 2 School News

PHS News Wal-Mart offers scholarship Wal-Mart Stores is once again offering the COMMUNITY Scholarship this year for interested college-bound senior students. The COMMUNITY Schol-arship is a non-renewable $1,000 award for the first year of undergraduate study at an approved accredited college or university. The 2008 Sam Walton COMMUNITY Scholarship is available through www.walmartfoundation.org. The deadline […]

Cannon airmen donate time to Meals on Wheels program

By Airman Elliott Sprehe: 27th Special Operations Wing Public Affairs CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — Some airmen take for granted the food allowance given to them, whether it’s a meal card or basic allowance for subsistence, so for them to give back to those in need shows the support servicemembers have for their local communities. […]

10-28 PHS Counselors

ACT, SAT tests scheduled Seniors interested in attending a four-year university after graduation must take a college entrance exam, either the ACT or the SAT. The next ACT will be given on Dec. 8. Deadline to register is Friday. The next SAT will be given on Dec. 1. Deadline to register is Tuesday. Seniors should […]

Employers seeking students

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Members of the Community Development Corporation Board, in conjunction with Eastern New Mexico University, will hold an Employment Fair to seek students interested in filling area positions. “The whole intent is to find part-time employees,” said Sharon King, interim director of the Roosevelt County Community Development Corporation. The fair […]

DA discusses meth program

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Hoping to bring more awareness of a continuing problem, the Eastern New Mexico University Criminal Justice Association held a presentation on methamphetamine. District Attorney Matthew Chandler was the guest speaker at Tuesday’s program, where he outlined his Meth Watch program, which restricts and monitors the sale of over-the-counter pseudoephedrine […]

Local Briefs: Heartland hosts blood drive

By PNT staff Heartland Care Center, 1700 South Ave O in Portales, will host a blood drive on from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Jan. 25 in the donor bus that will be parked at the center. People who are interested in becoming blood donors should call Cindy Legleiter, at 359-4719. Equipment available Relay New […]

Boeing also considering Cannon

By Marlena Hartz : Freedom Newspapers Unmanned aerial vehicles could possibly soar over the skies of Clovis in the near future, according to a Boeing executive. The Seattle-based commercial jet and military contractor giant is interested in conducting test flights for its ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicles in Clovis, said retired Brig. Gen. Ben Robinson, who […]

Local News Briefs Nov. 6

Group to sponsor forum on Iraq Friends for Democracy is sponsoring a forum about Iraq at 7 p.m. on Monday in the Sandia Room in the Campus Union Building on the Eastern New Mexico University campus. Dan Acheson-Brown of the Political Science Department and Doug Morris of the Education Department at ENMU will be presenters. […]

Setting it straight

The PNT’s Wednesday edition listed the wrong phone number people should contact to make donations to the Portales Skate Park Organization. People interested in making donations can call 769-3237.