Clarence Plank Local veterans participated Saturday in the first Texas Hold ‘em Poker Run at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 9515 in Portales. Thirty-one riders participated in the 130-mile trip taking riders to Muleshoe, Clovis and Melrose. Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Charles Eaton, commander of Post No. 9515, said proceeds are […]
May 19, 1950: A truck loaded with 2,400 gallons of ice cream mix and condensed milk overturned in Poker Flat, just west of Portales. The driver was not hurt. Walter Jentgen, manager of Price’s Creamery, said he didn’t know how much of the load was lost, but milk was running into the ditch.
Here are results from the annual Heritage Days celebration held at City Park in Portales on Saturday: Fiddler’s contest 10-and-under – 1. Colby Carter; 2. Deliss Langley; 3. Seth Bobles 11-16 – 1. Cimarron Shannon; 2. Jordan Hackett; 3. Kelsey Timmons 17-21 – 1. Ellen Bone 22-55 – 1. Cory Williams; 2. Molly Gardner; 3. […]
By Tony Parra The intrigue of Heritage Days are attracting people from across the United States to Portales with events such as GeoCaching, the Portales High All-Class Reunion, the Pioneer Reception and the Rough Rider Relay Challenge. GeoCaching is catching on across the United States, according to Doug Lynch, the GeoCaching coordinator for Heritage Days. […]