Ticket feature: Alpaca farm hosting open farm day

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Freedom New Mexico Windrush Alpacas is hosting an open farm day March 12 to give people a chance to learn more about alpacas. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the second Saturday of every month, visitors are invited for free tours of the Clovis farm. In addition to a guided pasture tour, visitors can learn […]

School delays, cancellations

Portales Municipal Schools are starting classes two hours late Friday. Eastern New Mexico University has canceled all classes until regular times Monday, according to Director of Media Relations Wendel Sloan. University business offices remain open during normal hours.

ENMU briefs — Feb. 2

Scuba diving classes offered Eastern New Mexico University is offering a scuba diving class this spring. The open water part of the class will meet at Santa Rosa’s Blue Hole, a nationally ranked dive. Instructor Mike Hale of Scuba Ventures in Liberal, Kan., is to teach the classroom and pool portions of the class on […]

Press release: No evening classes at ENMU-Portales

PORTALES–Eastern New Mexico University in Portales will close at 5 p.m. today (Tuesday), and the present plans are to re-open at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Wednesday).

My turn: Christmas displays all right with me

The Portales News-Tribune (online and printed) ran numerous comments about the Nativity scene on the Portales courthouse lawn. Some think that it violates separation of church and state. Others believe it represents Christian principles they say the country was founded on. (I’ve never grasped the difference between these principles and just being a good person. […]

Their view: Transparency in N.M. has made great strides

Transparency in N.M. has made great strides Sarah Welsh, executive director of New Mexico’s Foundation for Open Government, issued the following news release on Thursday, promoting the state’s new Sunshine Portal: Today is a red-letter day for transparency in New Mexico. When I became FOG’s executive director last year, one of the first things I […]

Clovis grad ties for 38th at Nevada Open

Freedom New Mexico Clovis High graduate Travis Reid shot a 4-over-par 76 in the third and final round Friday and finished tied for 38th at the Nevada Open in Mesquite, Nev. Reid finished at 3-under 213 and earned $537. He was tied for 17th at 7-under entering the final round. Brady Schnell beat former La […]

Portales past: Dec. 27, 1956

Dec. 27, 1956: The Portales Daily News: Brenda Kay Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker of Dora, was dismissed from the hospital after receiving second-degree burns a week before. Her dress caught fire from an open heater at her home.

Hull Street bridge open to traffic

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Kevin Wilson “First motorcycle,” the crew exclaimed at 10:52 a.m. as a grey-haired main pulled up to Justin Howalt and asked if it was safe to pass. “It looks smooth,” Clovis’ city engineer shouted over the breeze and motorcycle engine’s roar, “so you should be good to go through.” A few minutes later, it was […]

Hounds will help open new Pit

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Freedom New Mexico PORTALES — The Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team played well in the first of three preseason exhibitions on Saturday, losing at Texas-El Paso 80-76. UTEP is coming off an NCAA tournament appearance last season. ENMU will face another team from last year’s NCAA Division I field tonight when it helps […]