By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer While adults were voting Tuesday, Lindsey-Steiner Elementary School students held their own mock governor election. The votes were expected to be counted Wednesday. Social studies vertical team leader Sharon Rowley organized the mock election. The fifth- and sixth-graders learned about candidates platforms and voting procedures before the mock election, [...]
By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer The Eastern New Mexico Amateur Ham Radio Operators Club in Curry County will contact other radio operators around the area in a mock emergency Saturday and Sunday at Clovis Community College. The weekend event is called the Amateur Radio Relay League. For recently retired Master Sgt. Jeff Hardy from [...]
Portales prepared for a state-wide blackout, in which Flying Fortress bombers of the U.S. Army were to fly over the city, making New Mexico the first state to participate in a mock invasion during World War II.
• Members of the Goober Gulch Gabbers CB’ers Club held a get-together at the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds. Booths, bingo, and a mock jail were set-up to entertain the attendees to the gathering. • Roosevelt County received $187,401 in Federal funds to help pay for the education needs of educationally deprived children. The grant for Roosevelt County was [...]
By Paula Chronic: PNT Staff Writer Instead of learning about local and federal government by reading textbooks and sitting through lectures, students who attend Boys’ State this week at Eastern New Mexico University will have the chance to experience democracy first-hand by creating a mock city, county and state. “It gives (the students) the opportunity [...]
By Helena Rodriguez Jeremy Colbert lost his bid for attorney general of New Mexico on Wednesday and now the city councilman from Alamogordo has to deal with a fraudulent claims lawsuit between two cities. Colbert isn’t losing any sleep over it, though. After all, he’s not even out of high school yet and the politics [...]