Electronic newspaper services changing (updated)

Users of our online newspapers are seeing a change in providers. The Clovis News Journal, Portales News-Tribune and Quay County Sun, which transitioned Thursday from Freedom Communications into Clovis Media Inc., switched from Olive to Presteligence for e-Paper service. The e-Paper is basically the print edition of the newspaper, presented as an online image similar […]

La Casa receives federal grant

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Christina Calloway The La Casa de Buena Salud health care center in Portales will receive $342,095 a year for five years as part of a federal grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to help continue delivering health care services to the Portales community, according to Sen. Jeff Bingaman, R-N.M. “Many New […]

La Casa to receive grant

A Portales health care center is getting grant money from the U.S. Department of Health and Human services. U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman announced Thursday that La Casa de Buena Salud in Portales has been awarded a $342,095 grant to help deliver health care services to the community. “Community health care centers, like La Casa de […]

My turn: Advocates, victims need our support

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Amber Hamilton, the most feared player in our noon-time hoops group, is director of ARISE (Advocating, Reassuring, Informing, Supporting, Empowering) Sexual Assault Services. ARISE provides medical, advocacy and counseling services in Roosevelt, Curry, Quay, DeBaca, Harding and Lea counties. “One in four women and one in six men will experience sexual violence at sometime,” says […]

ENMU briefs — Jan. 11

Classes will begin Tuesday Students who are not yet enrolled can contact enrollment services at 562-2178. Those who have not registered for classes can visit www.enmu.edu to register online. The last day to register for classes is Tuesday. Information: 562-2175.

Their view: Air pollution rule would hamper energy services

Over the New Year’s holiday, Xcel Energy officials learned the U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit, had delayed implementation of the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule. Xcel spokesman Wes Reeves issued this statement reflecting the company position on the court ruling: On Dec. 30, the U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit issued a stay of the […]

Sept. 21 — ENMU briefs

ENMU designated military friendly Eastern New Mexico University in Portales has been named a Military Friendly School by G.I Jobs, a magazine devoted to helping military members make the transition to civilian life. This makes ENMU among the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide in assisting current military members and veterans. […]

Portales to begin redistricting plans

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Alisa Boswell Redistricting for the city of Portales will begin soon now that the city has signed a contract with Southwest Political Services of Albuquerque. According to Portales City Clerk Joan Martinez-Terry, the company will finish the project no later than Dec. 15. “We are asking them that they provide us with three alternate plans […]

Reader-submitted content: Hospital to host health fair

Roosevelt General Hospital is hosting a free health fair Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon to celebrate the birth and first 10 years of your hospital. Adults can go to RGH and have their blood drawn through Friday and come to the health fair to pick up their results. On Saturday, they can visit with […]

RGH joins rural hospital network

PNT staff Roosevelt General Hospital joined six other rural New Mexico hospitals to form the New Mexico Rural Hospital Network. They have received a federal planning grant from the Health Resources and Services to help with the initiative. “By working cooperatively and leveraging resources, we can strengthen all of our rural hospitals and improve the […]

Committee votes to increase fees

The House Armed Services Committee has endorsed key portions of the Obama administration’s plan to begin to raise out-of-pocket costs modestly for some TRICARE beneficiaries, particularly working-age retirees. The committee voted early Thursday to allow the first bump in TRICARE Prime enrollment fees in more than 15 years. Retirees not yet eligible for Medicare would […]

Emergency responders budgeting for rising fuel costs

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Argen Duncan With rising fuel prices, local emergency response agencies are working to be efficient without cutting services. Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Malin Parker, Portales Police Chief Jeff Gill and Portales Fire Chief Gary Nuckols said they are budgeting more for fuel in the upcoming fiscal year, but cutting patrols or emergency response is […]

Easter happenings

The following is a listing of Good Friday and Easter services at area churches: Clovis churches • Victory Life Church — 10 a.m., Sunday • Central Baptist — 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. to noon, Sunday. No Sunday School. Guest singer Adam Paul Williams to sing with choir and perform concert at […]

Good Friday and Easter Services

The following is a listing of Good Friday and Easter services at area churches:

ENMU briefs — April 6

Grad students offering speech therapy services With a collaboration between the Eastern New Mexico University Child Development Center and Communicative Disorders Program, graduate practicum students have started providing speech-language therapy services to pre-school students at the CDC. The center serves 3-, 4- and 5-year olds and is located on campus. Each week, the CDIS practicum […]

Letter to the editor: Slashing public services not budget remedy

Slashing public services not budget remedy Stephanie Maez-Gibson, communications director for the Center for Civic Policy, responds to an article in Wednesday’s PNT: In a recent piece Paul Gessing gets it wrong when he states that New Mexico public services can continue to be slashed. Our teachers are already forced to purchase their own school […]

Clovis One-Stop Career Center renegotiationg services, lease

Argen Duncan Representatives of the Eastern Area Workforce Development Board are negotiating a contract for fiscal and administrative services, and renegotiating the lease for the Clovis One-Stop Career Center, according to information from the board’s meeting Tuesday in the Eastern New Mexico University Campus Union Building. The board previously put out a request for proposals […]

Their view: Taxes necessary to maintain public services

Taxes necessary to maintain public services I can sympathize with Kent McManigal’s anti-government stance in Friday’s Portales News-Tribune, but in the case of the Hotel Clovis there was no other entity that could keep the structure from continued deterioration. Prospective owners, especially those who envision public housing or a nonprofit use for the facility are […]

ENMU briefs — Nov. 10

Graduate student presents video game thesis Graduate student Robin Haislett attended and presented her thesis on “The Video Game Final Fantasy VII and Feminist Themes” at the International Graduate Student Research Conference at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, Nov. 4. Health services offering flu shot Today through Friday ENMU Health Services will provide […]