Portales past: March 19, 1950

March 19, 1950: The Portales Daily News: This week’s $3 news tip award goes to O.J. Stewart of Portales Steam Laundry for his prompt telephone call about the wreck of the Santa Fe freight train.

Portales past: March 18, 1962

March 18, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: The Portales High School track team proved the “better late than never” rule quite conclusively Saturday as they took second place in the opening meet at Tucumcari, in spite of a delayed arrival that left them out of the first five events.

Portales past: March 16, 1962

March 16, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: Texas Western College won its 10th of the last 11 golf matches Thursday afternoon from a spunky Eastern New Mexico University squad, which went down 6 1/2 — 5 1/2 at the Portales Country Club Golf Course.

Portales past: March 14, 1944

March 14, 1944: The Portales Daily News: Civilians in the area will soon be able to buy dried apples and currents, said Ted Tenorio, area supervisor of the WFA’s office of distribution.

Portales past: March 13, 1962

March 13, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: Transwestern Pipeline Co. has appealed to the United States Supreme Court a judgment calling for the payment of more than $40,000 in damages to nine Portales Valley farmers.

Portales past: March 11, 1962

March 11, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: Ad from Turner’s Dept. Store: dress heels, $6.99; ladies summer shoes, $3.98; ladies large Pixies, $3.98; and a 3-button coachman brunchcoat in 100% wash-n-wear cotton, $5.95.

Portales past: March 9, 1950

March 9, 1950: The Portales Daily News: from the “All Around Kenna” column: The Megolia wild-cat oil well, 15 miles south of Kenna, is said to be down 6,000 feet.

Portales past: March 8, 1944

March 8, 1944: The Portales Daily News: In the past two weeks, the Daily News has lost two valued employees who have gone to Austin, Texas, to enter the nurses training school for the U.S. Army. They are Miss Patsy Patterson, mailer, and Miss Peggy Taylor, assistant to the circulation manager.

Portales past: March 7, 1962

March 7, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: Playing at the Tower Theater: John Wayne starring in “The Comancheros.” Other stars were Stuart Whitman, Ima Balin, Nehemiah Persoff and Lee Marvin.

Portales past: March 6, 1944

March 6, 1944: The Portales Daily News: The base commandant of Clovis Army Air Base presented to Rayford Young, 15, and Charles K. Young, 12, of White Star Route of Portales the Distinguished Flying Cross awarded to their father, Staff Sgt. Frank Young, a tail gunner for a B-24, reported missing in action.

Portales past: March 3, 1944

March 3, 1944: The Portales Daily News: Featured at the Kiva Theater: “Bordertown Gunfighters” with Bill Elliott. Featured at the Yam Theater: “Happy” starring Bill Boyd and “Two Senoritas From Chicago” with Joan Davis and Ninx Alkenburg.

Lady Buffs rally past Zias

Freedom New Mexico West Texas A&M erased a six-point deficit in the final minute to avoid an upset as the Lady Buffs downed the Eastern New Mexico Zias 69-68 Saturday at Greyhound Arena. Freshman Casey Land’s two free throws with five seconds left proved to be the difference in the final Lone Star Conference South […]

Commodities market risky

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Argen Duncan Speculation in agricultural commodities markets is causing greater volatility in prices than in the past, affecting everyone from the farmer to the consumer, according to farmers and grain dealers in eastern New Mexico. Agricultural commodities are certain farm products, including corn, wheat, milk, cheese and cotton, that are traded internationally, much like the […]

Hounds get past Javelinas, close in on LSC tourney berth

Freedom New Mexico KINGSVILLE, Texas — Junior guard Stefan Mirabal had four 3-pointers and finished with 20 points Wednesday night and Eastern New Mexico University’s men closed in on a Lone Star Conference tournament berth with an 86-77 LSC South victory over Texas A&M-Kingsville. The Greyhounds (13-12, 8-5 South) remained in a three-way tie for […]

Clay, Herrin lead Zias past Kingsville

Freedom New Mexico KINGSVILLE, Texas — Senior forward Cat Clay scored a season-high 23 points, hitting seven consecutive 3-point shots in one stretch, and junior forward Precious Herrin had 24 points and 12 rebounds Wednesday night as Eastern New Mexico University’s women ended a seven-game losing streak with a 75-61 Lone Star Conference South Division […]

Greyhounds rally past Wildcats

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Dave Wagner If nothing else, Eastern New Mexico University freshman guard Michael Maya has shown that he’s a patient young man. Maya was in the mix for ENMU at the start of the season, starting four games, then fell out of favor and has spent long stretches on the bench. But he was ready when […]

Division-leading TexAnns cruise past Zias

Freedom New Mexico STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Tarleton State’s women scored the game’s first 17 points Saturday and never looked back in routing Eastern New Mexico University 97-58 in Lone Star Conference South Division action. The TexAnns (19-2, 9-0 South) extended their winning streak to nine games and now have the best 21-game start in the […]

Incarnate junior helps push Cards past Zias

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico

Portales past: Feb. 28, 1954

Feb. 28, 1954: The Portales Tribune: in the “I Saw” column: The belated auto license buyers’ line was extending out of the Armstrong office into the snowy street Saturday morning.

Portales past: Feb. 27, 1959

Feb. 27, 1959: Portales News-Tribune: Voters in Causey School District gave an overwhelming approval on Feb. 26 to becoming a municipal school district. Causey was the last remaining school under the county school supervision.