Dora school news — March 22

FFA News Kit Pettigrew, sponsor of the Dora Future Farmers of America, is proud of the FFA teams representing Dora at the judging contest in Las Cruces, held March 11-12. Dora teams took the sweepstakes competition, with the following finishes: First place, Dairy, Land; second place, Home Site, Pasture & Range, Dairy Foods; third place, […]

Farm Credit of New Mexico distributing money to stockholders

Farm Credit of New Mexico will be distributing over $6 million in cash to their stockholders, according to a news release. The money will be distributed as part of the Farm Credit of New Mexico’s Patronage Distribution Program. The release said the cash will be distributed on or before March 31. The distribution will also […]

March 15 — Elida news

Schedule • March 15: FFA at ENMU • March 16: FFA at ENMU • March 17: 1 p.m. release for parent teacher conferences • March 19: FFA at Quemado

March 8 —

FFA schedule • Today: Practice 4-7 p.m. for Entomology, FBM, Dairy Foods teams • Wednesday: Practice 4-7 p.m. for Livestock, Ag Mech teams • Thursday: Practice 4-7 p.m. for Crops teams • Friday: Teams leave at 1 p.m. for contest in Las Cruces; return Saturday around 9 p.m. • Sunday: Practice 1-5 p.m. for Dairy […]

Two arrested on jail smuggling charges

PNT Reports Two men have been arrested for trying to smuggle contraband into Roosevelt County Detention Center, and authorities are looking for a woman in the same case, according to a news release from the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office. According to the release: • Justin Husted and Allen Ryen, both 37 and of Portales, were […]

3-1 Elida news

Schedule • March 5: District Tournament • March 1: Spring Class, Track and Baseball pictures • March 5: FFA – Carrizozo

Portales past: March 27, 1944

March 27, 1944: The Portales Daily News: Petty Officer 1st Class Pat Riley of the U.S. Coast Guard is in Causey visiting his parents.

Portales past: March 25, 1962

March 25, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: With 20 lively coyotes in captivity Saturday morning, Floyd’s veteran coyote hunters were hard at work through the day to round up another 10 for today’s unique coyote rodeo at Elida.

Portales past: March 24, 1950

March 24, 1950: The Portales Daily News: Roosevelt County rural residents have only one more week in which to make application for rural telephone service. So far, 710 rural residents have made applications through the county Rural Electric Administration office.

Portales past: March 23, 1962

March 23, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: Future farmers from 22 Eastern New Mexico schools will be in Portales Saturday for the annual judging contest sponsored by the agricultural department of Eastern New Mexico University.