Laws, taxes siphoning people’s money

America Saves Week passed a couple of weeks ago. It was intended to raise awareness of the importance of putting a little money away for emergencies. The week went by with little notice, and it’s not surprising. Few people are saving money, and most say they aren’t able to. January’s personal savings rate was 3.3 […]

Aug. 30, 1982

A notice in Portales news archives reads: “Tomorrow is NOT Election Day in Roosevelt County. Because we have two uncontested legistlative races in District 66, there will be no primary election in Roosevelt County Tuesday. This will save Roosevelt County over $12,000. However, there will be the regular general election, Tuesday, Nov. 2. I hope […]

March 17, 2009 ENMU briefs

Natatorium leak delays opening The schedule reopening of the natatorium Monday was delayed until further notice because a leak developed in the equipment room. A new opening date will be announced. St. Patrick’s Day celebration

Police facing lawsuit after pedestrian’s death

Andy Jackson: Freedom Newpapers A lawyer representing the family of a Clovis woman who died after being struck by a police vehicle last week said he plans to sue the city. Delores Jacks, 71, was struck Dec. 13 by a car driven by Clovis Police Lt. Roger Grah while he was on duty. She died […]

Portales Attorney may file suit against the city of Clovis

Darrell Todd Maurina Portales attorney Eric Dixon may file a lawsuit against the city of Clovis in connection with a July 4 car crash that killed Bobbie Lynn Sandoval. Sandoval died after being struck by a pickup truck driven by Joe Martinez Jr., who was fleeing a Clovis police officer. Martinez, 32, is in the […]