Son donating kidney to save father’s life

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Roosevelt County Sheriff Reserve Deputy J.P. Nichols volunteers his time to serve the community with the sheriff’s office. On Oct. 7 he’s going to give a piece of himself to save his father’s life. Nichols said he will be donating one of his kidneys to his father, John, in a transplant that will take close […]

Briefs: La Escalera Art Guild to meet

PNT staff The La Escalera Art Guild will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the Roosevelt County Eletric Cooperative hospitality room, 121 North Main. Guest artist will be Rich Nichols from Taos. Nichols will be doing a demonstration in oil titled Spanish Mission. Local AARP chapter gathering The Roosevelt County Chapter of AARP (American Association […]

Airman charged in wife’s death

By Marlena Hartz More than 16 months after her death, Air Force officials have charged Kimberly Susan Novak’s husband with murder. Novak, 20, died in her Cannon Air Force Base residence in late October 2004, according to Cannon’s public affair’s office. Her husband, Airman Edward Novak II of the 27th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, was charged […]

Cannon’s Col. Posner transferring to Pentagon in March

By Andy Jackson After almost two years commanding Cannon Air Force Base, Col. John Posner is leaving March 6 for the Pentagon, officials said this week. Posner has been commanding the base since April 2004, according to Lt. James Nichols of Cannon Public Affairs. Col. Scott West of Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany will take […]

Jan. 24, 2006 Obituaries

Clarence Kirksey Services: No services are planned. Clarence Truman Kirksey, 95, of Odessa, Texas, died Saturday, Jan. 14, 2006. He was born on Jan. 13, 1911, in Blanket, Texas, to John Edward Kirksey and Sarah Angeline Goates. In 1927, Clarence and his brothers drove a covered wagon from Brownwood, Texas, to Portales. A resident of […]

The truth behind ‘Murphy’s Law’

by Jim Lee: PNT columnist When I bought my computer about two years ago, it came with all the latest whatever-it-was stuff and was supposed to do everything this side of a landing on Neptune. Since then I have spent far more time trying to get it to work than I have in actually doing […]

Coyotes unable to overcome Farwell’s spurts

By Dave Wagner FARWELL, Texas — Dora’s boys recovered from Farwell’s first haymaker, but not the second. Down 11-0 in the first three minutes, the Coyotes battled back to within a point in the third quarter before the Steers ran off a 20-1 blitz that cemented a 65-49 victory on Friday night. Senior guard Tate […]

Obits 10-9

Carol Depperman, 68 Carol Lavon Kemp Depperman, 68, of Clovis, died Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2003, at her home. She was born on Sept. 4, 1935, in Muleshoe, to Walter A. and Grace Fish Kemp. Her family moved to Portales where she graduated from high school in 1953. She married Warren Bell Depperman on Oct. 3, […]

Obits 10-7

Mrs. Ruby Nichols, 80, of Portales, died Sunday, Oct. 5, 2003, at the Retirement Ranch in Clovis. She was born on Feb. 3, 1923, in Graham, Texas, to Mattie and Michael G. Fields. She grew up in West Texas and eastern New Mexico. She lived most of her younger life in Hobbs. She married Ervin […]