Oct. 22, 2005

Victoria “Vicky” Pinson Victoria “Vicky” Pinson, 68, of Vaughn died Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2005, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis following an illness. She was born April 26, 1937, to the home of Cleofes and Elvira Duran Rael. She attended schools in Vaughn. She worked as a cook for the various restaurants in Vaughn […]

May 5 Obituaries

J.T. Wilson, 96 Services: 2 p.m. Friday at Fort Sumner Cemetery. J.T. “Tom” Wilson, 96, of Fort Sumner, died Wednesday, May 4, 2005, at Farwell Convalescent Center. He was born on Aug. 27, 1908, in Quail, Texas, to James W. and Mary Lucinda Boyett Wilson. He was raised in Quail and Amarillo. He attended school […]

Wind plant construction set for May

By Tony Parra Construction on a new wind power plant with 120 wind turbines will begin in May, according to Jan Paulin, Padoma Wind Power president. Xcel Energy Inc. contracted with Padoma Wind Power LLC of La Jolla, Calif., to purchase all the electricity from Padoma’s planned “San Juan Mesa Wind Project” near Elida for […]

FTCS boys win over San Jacinto

PNT Staff Junior post Caleb Richards scored 23 points and senior guard Luis McCain added four 3-pointers and 20 points Tuesday night, leading four players in double figures as Faith Triumphant scored a 73-60 victory over Amarillo San Jacinto at the FTCS gym. The Conquerors (9-3) trailed 19-13 at the quarter, but held the Patriots […]

Lady Coyotes cruise to victory at San Jon

PNT Staff SAN JON — Seniors Kassandra Clark and Jena Bilberry combined for 45 points Monday night as Dora rolled past San Jon 65-44 in girls basketball. Clark scored 24 points and Bilberry added 21 as the Lady Coyotes bolted to a 24-5 first-quarter lead and cruised. Brittany Slutz scored 10 points for San Jon […]

Wolverines, Vixens win titles

PNT Staff TEXICO — The unbeaten Texico Wolverines and Fort Sumner Vixens claimed championships Saturday night in the EPAC basketball tournament championship games. Texico (12-0) had to work hard to get past upstart Grady, beating the Bronchos 74-69 in the boys final, while Fort Sumner (12-0) earned a 49-35 victory over Texico in the girls […]

Lady Coyotes dominate early, cruise past San Jon in EPAC

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By Dave Wagner TEXICO — Pressure defense overwhelmed the San Jon girls early in Tuesday’s EPAC Tournament opener. Dora harassed San Jon into 11 first-quarter floor errors and the Lady Coyotes cruised to a 69-43 victory. Senior Kassandra Clark was the beneficiary of the early opportunities, scoring 14 of her game-high 25 points in the […]

Floyd posts sweep over San Jon

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PNT Staff SAN JON — Facing a 12-point halftime deficit, senior Manny Carrillo and the Floyd Broncos came storming back when play resumed. Carrillo scored all 24 of his points, including six 3-pointers, as Floyd poured in 56 points in the final two stanzas for a 76-67 win over San Jon Tuesday night. Carrillo’s 3-pointer […]

Grace period for 49ers fans long gone

By Kevin Wilson It’s time I come to grips with it. I’ve denied it for as long as I could, but I guess you have to hit rock bottom to fully realize your shortcomings. My problem isn’t with alcohol, or smoking, or playing too many video games. It’s a question of loyalty, and what it […]

Oct. 15 Obituaries

Teresa Swaim, 30 Teresa Swaim, 30, of Portales, died Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2004, at her home. She was born on Nov. 7, 1973, in Clovis, to Jolene and Will Jaquess. She grew up in Clovis and Portales. She also lived in Denver and Albuquerque before returning to Portales. She married Cody Swaim on Oct. 18, […]