State College, Pa. — 3 March 2011 — AccuWeather reports the AccuWeather.com forecast for Spring 2011 calls for more wild weather for the U.S. The biggest concerns center around expectations of an active severe weather season, the spreading of a severe drought and a high wildfire danger, and, as always, threats for flooding. Paul Pastelok, [...]
PNT staff report The Portales Municipal Court is closing at noon Thursday for training and will not open again for normal hours until Monday. A court spokesperson said anyone scheduled to appear during the days of the closure will not be penalized for not appearing.
The New Mexico Department of Health is warning local health care providers to look for a surge in flu cases in upcoming weeks, including the H1N1 strain. Director of Marketing for Roosevelt General Hospital Gay Weese said the surge is normal for flu season. “Flu season works in waves,” she said. “We’ve seen a decrease [...]
The following will be closed in observance of July 4th holiday. Trash will be picked up as normal on Friday. Friday • Portales News-Tribune • Portales Public Library • Eastern New Mexico University • Western Bank (Friday and Saturday) • County courthouse • Portales City Hall • Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office • Community Service Center [...]
Freedom New Mexico The Portales Municipal Court is scheduled to be closed from 10 a.m. Tuesday though Friday for the staff to attend an annual conference The court is set to resume normal business hours June 29. People with court appearances scheduled during the time the court is closed won’t be penalized, according to a [...]
Freedom New Mexico For some reason, this election season seems to be more emotionally charged than is normal (as if anything is normal in presidential elections). Maybe it’s that neither major tickets for the nation’s top spot are the usual pairings of middle-age white guys. Perhaps it’s conservative talk radio providing handy sound bites and [...]
Thomas Garcia Roosevelt and Curry county residents can expect higher than normal temperatures through August, according to the National Weather Service in Albuquerque. The high in Clovis and Portales reached 102 degrees Monday, according to the weather service, and is expected to hover around triple digits through Wednesday. This on top of hotter than normal [...]
By Anita Doberman: Local columnist Parents seem to obsess about what’s normal for their children, wanting to make sure little ones fall within the right parameters for their ages. This obsession is not placated by the pediatrician’s reassurance that our children are indeed more than normal. We hope that they are and will be better [...]