November 30, 1989

• Permission was granted to U.S. West contractor Mike Hawkins during a Roosevelt County Commission meeting to lay fiber optic cable along a three-quarter mile stretch of a county road southeast of US 70 and Tinsley Crossing. The cable is part of a 124-mile project to provide fiber optic service between Clovis and Roswell. • Poyners […]

November 29, 1989

• Eastern New Mexico University Greyhound football players Bob Gilbreath, Anthony Pertile, Travis Kennon and Mike Sinclair were chosen for the All Lone Star conference football team. • The Wednesday night special at Domino’s was two 12” one topping pizzas for $9.87. • Elida senior class members Terri Moore and Wade Jordon were chosen as Spirit […]

November 14, 1993

• New Mexico Military Institute college freshman Joanna r Pierce was named “Distinguished Yearling Cadet” in her troop for the month of November. She is the daughter of Dr and Mrs Robert W Pierce. • “The Three Musketeers” and “The Beverly Hillbillies” were showing at the Tower Twin. • Eastern New Mexico University Zias volleyball […]

November 9, 1993

• Though nothing was official the Portales News Tribune announced that Eastern New Mexico University officials were expecting head football coach Howard Stearns to turn in a letter of resignation. • Malice and Demolition Man were the featured movies showing at the Tower Twin. • A steak sandwich and an order of onion rings were […]

November 8, 1996

• Adrianna Acosta was selected as the winner of the 11th annual “Cutest Baby” contest. • For $34.95, a customer could purchase a complete Thanksgiving dinner from IGA. • Ransom, Larger Than Life, and D3 The Mighty Ducks, were playing at the Tower Twin.

November 6, 1996

• Arla Hitson was elected to the position of Roosevelt County Treasurer. She was the first Republican to hold the office since before the Great Depression. • Pizza Hut advertised there All You Can Eat lunch buffet for $4.29. • A 1993 two-toned blue-green and gray Ford Explorer was stolen from the parking lot of IGA […]

September 30, 1988

•Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents approved a new bachelor of science nursing degree during there regular meeting. • Absentee voting for the November General Election began in the Roosevelt County Clerk’s office. • Eastern New Mexico University Friends of Eastern Foundation announced that they would be presenting the 1988 Distinguished Emeritus Faculty award to […]

New county tax assessor officially takes reins

By Helena Rodriguez: PNT Staff Writer Tex Belcher officially became the new Roosevelt County tax assessor on Monday. The Democrat, who ran unopposed in November, is switching places with Royene Tivis, the former tax assessor who reached her term limit. Tivis will now become Belcher’s chief deputy, a position that Belcher held for more than […]

Hospital sees revenue slide

By Tony Parra It may be good news for Portales residents, but bad news for Roosevelt General Hospital officials, as the number of patients seen at RGH went down for November and December. Kevin Ramage, Roosevelt General Hospital chief financial officer, reported revenue and the number of patients seen for November and December were lower […]

November has more history than you’d think

Bob Huber Today’s lesson: November history and science stuff. You’ve probably noticed lately that the days are entirely too short. A fellow barely gets out of bed before it’s supper, and it will be next April before it gets much better. We’ll probably have a cold winter too. But joyful thoughts aside, we should ponder […]