Postal service relocation will lengthen delivery time

Benna Sayyed Mail delivery in the area could take a day longer when the U.S. Postal Service moves its Clovis mail processing center to Lubbock, according to a spokesman for the U.S. Postal Service. The U.S. Postal Service announced its plan Thursday to move the processing center. Dates for the transition have not been set, […]

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Police processing evidence in homicide Portales police say they’re still waiting on the state lab for forensic evidence to advance to homicide case of ENMU student Angel Vale. Portales Deputy Police Chief Lonnie Berry said the state crime lab is analyzing and comparing .22 caliber shell casings and bullets to the rifle a 13-year-old Portales […]

Business feature: Rubber stamp kit spurs business

By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer Clyde Powell and Doug Lynch operate Sport Lab. They make a variety of items for people to wear, treasure or display. A bit of history: Powell got started in 1968 processing black and white film of football and basketball at Farwell High School when the athletic director asked him […]

County officials: Election ran smoothly

By Thomas Garcia: PNT staff writer The election process and totals processing for the 2008 general election ran smoothly in Roosevelt County, according to county officials. “This election went a lot smoother than what I expected,” said Roosevelt County Clerk Janet Collins. Unofficially, 64 percent of Roosevelt County turned out for a historic election with […]

12-9 Dora School News

Basketball • Monday — Dora Junior High hosts Clovis Yucca at 4 p.m. • Thursday — Dora varsity boys at Tularosa Classic Tourney Elementary Christmas program set Nancy Jones, Dora fine arts teacher, and the kindergarten through fifth-grade classes, will present “The Littlest Christmas Tree” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Dora school auditorium. Admission […]

Animal disposal discussed at expo

By Tony Parra People in the dairy business from eastern New Mexico and those in the livestock business attended a seminar on Wednesday to see what composting of carcass options would be legal and viable for their business. Hillary Sullivan, a dairy specialist with the New Mexico State University Extension office, spoke at the 13th […]

Garvey cited for accident

By Tony Parra Dan Rideout of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for New Mexico said the case of a Garvey worker who fell from a Garvey processing plant elevator has been completed Two citations were given to the Garvey Processing plant and they have complied, Rideout said. Garvey Processing Vice President Lita Jimenez said […]