Meetings watch: Elida school board

The following items will be on the agenda for the Elida Municipal Schools Board of Education meeting at 6 p.m. today in the high school library: • Superintendent’s report • Employee payroll • Approval of BAR • Approval of permanent cash transfer • Final reading of special education policy updates • Transition to the New […]

ENMU briefs — March 21

ENMU Fundraiser being held The second annual Bench Club All-You-Can-Eat Crab Fest is March 31 at the Yam Theater. Tickets are $30 a person or $220 for a table of eight. A silent auction will also be held with signed items from professional athletes and Greyhound and Zia teams, and other items. For tickets call […]

Meetings watch —

At a public meeting held Friday at Portales City Hall, New Mexico State Rep. Dennis Roch visited with Portales residents and officials about what happened in the 2012 Legislative session. The following are items, which were discussed: • Roch said the state has a $5.6 billion budget for this year and the budget passed with […]

Meetings watch: RGH Board

Alisa Boswell The following items will be on the agenda for the Roosevelt General Hospital Board of Regents meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the hospital conference room: • Arise annual report by Amber Hamilton • Financial report by Eva Stevens • Medical staff report by Anne Grayson • Nursing services report by Maxine Montano […]

Meetings watch: Elida Board of Education

Alisa Boswell At the Elida Municipal Schools Board of Education meeting today, the following items will be on the agenda: • Superintendents report • Employee payroll • Approval of BARs • New Mexico School Boards Association Student Achievement Award • Quality of education survey questions • Final reading and adoption of board policy • First […]

Meetings watch: County commission

Alisa Boswell The following items will be on the agenda for the Roosevelt County Commission meeting at 9 a.m. today in the county courthouse:

Meetings watch: City council

The following items will be on the agenda today at the Portales City Council meeting at 7 p.m. in city hall: • Proclamation declaring Feb. 14 as TRIO Day in Portales. • Presentation of Depot Focus Planning and Design Project. • Discussion of rate changes and a resolution for Roosevelt County Water Co-op. • Resolution […]

Club notes —

RGH auxiliary The Roosevelt General Hospital Auxiliary Executive Committee met Nov. 6 in the Conference Room of the Hospital. President Sid Phillips called the meeting to order with the reading of the Auxiliary Prayer. Phillips introduced Amber Hamilton, our liaison with RGH, who attended the meeting. Hamilton announced that the Fun Committee of RGH will […]

Officials offer winter driving advice

luvycr-luvycg1119winterdrivingweb.jpg

Alisa Boswell Blankets, a flashlight and some nonperishable foods are items drivers should always have in their cars during the winter time, according to auto mechanic and New Mexico Department of Transportation officials. “Have a blanket and water and snacks in your trunk in case you get stuck or in case you get somewhere where […]

Meetings watch: RGH

The following items will be on the agenda for the Roosevelt General Hospital Board of Trustees meeting 5:30 p.m. today in the Hospital Conference Room: • Financial report. • Medical staff report. • Nursing services report. • Administrative report. • Board bylaws. • Announcements.

Meetings watch

PNT staff Portales City Council The following items are on the agenda for the Portales City Council meeting at 7 p.m. today at Portales City Hall: • Declaring Fire Prevention Week Oct. 9-15. • Notice of intent to adopt an ordinance amending certain portions of the Portales city code. • Items from Planning Commission: Recommendation […]

Meetings watch: Elida Board of Education

The following items will be discussed at the Elida Municipal Schools Board of Education meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the high school library: • Superintendent’s report • Program to reduce electricity costs by Jack Burch. • Approval of Budget Adjustment Request or possible BAR • Transportation • Capital projects • Possible executive session

Totsy offers a 10 percent discount code on top of their already great deals for back-to-school shoppers

Totsy

McClatchy-Tribune Right now, parents across the country are trying to stretch their back-to-school budgets to get all the necessities for their kids. The members-only website Totsy is here to help with a special deal for readers. Totsy says that last year, the average American family with two children spent around $550 on back-to-school gear. The […]

Moms gear: Home spa products to pamper yourself

black rice soap

McClatchy-Tribune HARNN Asian-inspired home spa collection includes products for skin and hair, massage oils, candles and more. Active ingredients common in HARNN products draw from herbal medicinal knowledge and include rice bran oil, pomegranate, lemongrass and black tea. Its products have become popular in Asia and Europe, and are now being sold in the U.S. […]

Clovis police investigating home invasion

Freedom New Mexico Clovis police are investigating a home invasion Thursday in which a 72-year-old woman was robbed. Police were called to a residence in the 300 block of Axtell Street just after 10 p.m. A woman told them two teenage males approached her from behind in her home and instructed her not to look […]

Designated drivers to be rewarded

Freedom New Mexico Designated drivers will be rewarded through a holiday program being launched by the Curry County Sheriff’s Office. Participating businesses where liquor is sold are offering free gift bags containing sodas, snacks and clothing apparel to individuals who volunteer to be designated drivers, according to a press release from the sheriff’s office. The […]

Elections exist for public’s benefit

Kevin Wilson I care about items in this year’s elections. And I’d benefit from many of the choices I’d make. Pat Sajak thinks that’s enough to keep some people out of the process. The game show host, posting at the Ricochet blog, made the argument against government employees voting last week. “In nearly all private […]

Best of show selected at fair

l7omij-l7omc1825fair1web.jpg

Jared Tucker On day two of the Roosevelt County Fair, area residents entered their best arts, crafts, food and other items in 16 categories to be judged for awards, but only the best got the title, “Best of Show.” Portales Police Detective Kirk Wilson was surprised to learn he took best of show in photography. […]

Not many food items on ban list

Karl Terry Michelle Obama doesn’t like beets and apparently neither does her husband. My grandmother once called me her little beet-eater because I liked the red root vegetable that I really only ever got at her table. I don’t think they were fresh beets too often but their sweetness seemed to me a little like […]

Local happenings in 1937

Selected items from “The Local Happenings” column as printed in a 1937 edition of the Clovis Free Press: • Buck Barnes of the Barnes Cleaners must be trying to reduce as he was seen last Friday during the worst of the wind and sand storm coming from Hillcrest Park riding a bicycle. Surely it couldn’t […]