Support from neighbors, Amarillo mayor and mayor-elect rally with Portales, Clovis to keep Cannon open

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By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer Not only are Clovis and Portales trying to keep Cannon Air Force Base open, but other parts of Eastern New Mexico and West Texas are contributing their support. Portales Mayor Orlando Ortega and Clovis Mayor David Lansford traveled to Amarillo Monday to talk about the Keep Cannon Open effort. […]

Committee asks for economic analysis

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By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer Military value will be the main detail the Base Realignment and Closure committee will be looking at, but Portales residents are making sure to cover all of the angles by stressing the economic impact to Portales. The Keep Cannon Portales committee, which works with CAFB supporters from Clovis, met […]

High Portales turnout sought for hearing

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By Tony Parra The city of Portales will soon be decorated with yellow and red signs which say Keep Cannon. Members of the Keep Cannon Portales committee looked over designs and logos for banners and ribbons showing support for Cannon Air Force Base on Tuesday. Committee members are trying to create a push of support […]

Community working to save Cannon

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By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer The Portales aspect of the Operation Keep Cannon campaign is well under way with city officials and community leaders wanting as many people from Roosevelt County to be at the regional public hearing where Base Realignment and Closure committee members will be present. The hearing is scheduled to take […]

Church hit repeatedly by robberies

By David Irvin A local Pentecostal church has been burglarized four times since New Years Eve, irking the pastor and confounding his church congregation. Even though an electric piano and guitar were stolen during the third break-in, music is still part of the Calvary Tabernacle Church service. “(We) keep on making a joyful noise,” pastor […]

Time is God’s gift for you

By Joan Clayton: PNT Religion Columnist Each day is a gift made just for you. It is from the heart of God.   If I empty my burdens and give them to God in my nightly prayers I awaken with a brand new day filled with wonders. “This is the day that the LORD has […]

A thank you to our military and veterans

By Joan Clayton: PNT Religion Columnist I would like to say thank you to our military veterans. In a time of national crisis you have always given your all. Your lives have been interrupted. You have been separated from your loved ones. Who among us can know your pain, your loneliness and your willingness to […]

Oct. 31 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael Flu So far we have been really lucky in our school. There may have been a few coughs or sniffles, but no flu that I know. Just hope their parents keep orange juice, pineapple juice and vitamins on hand to keep their immune system up. The only thing just remember to be […]

Oct. 3 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael Daylight time ends soon October has arrived so we have this next four weeks until the time change happens on Oct. 31. Anyway it will be time to take care of that on the night of Oct. 30. Baseball season Today will be Dora’s first baseball game. No time has been given […]

Sept. 15 Dora/South County News

By Charlie Carmichael This beautiful weather has really been wonderful on all the crops maturing as well as the freshly planted wheat. I believe the moisture has met as the farmers used to say after a good rain. These warm-dry days are just what the cotton needs, however, the peanuts are being watered to keep […]