Nov. 29, 1948: The Portales Daily News: Bob Anthony of Elida was in critical condition at Miller Hospital, the victim of a gunshot wound from a shotgun shell loaded with salt. The shot was accidental.
Clovis’ Will Cockrell writes to counter a Portales man’s recent letter on liars in politics: I’m somewhat surprised at the disparity in perceptions between Kirby Rowan and myself, given that we live, read and listen in the same geographical region. I applaud him for the conviction to speak his beliefs, but I couldn’t disagree with […]
May 19, 1950: A truck loaded with 2,400 gallons of ice cream mix and condensed milk overturned in Poker Flat, just west of Portales. The driver was not hurt. Walter Jentgen, manager of Price’s Creamery, said he didn’t know how much of the load was lost, but milk was running into the ditch.
By Kevin Wilson CLOVIS — On a night where nothing went right for Roosevelt County, everything went just right for the Zia All-Stars. Zia got instant momentum from a first-inning triple play, and its pitchers scattered seven hits over seven innings in a 9-2 blowout win for the Junior League championship at Brady Field. Zia […]