Portales may be subject to driver’s license fraud

Barry Massey SANTA FE — Dozens of the same business and residential addresses were used repeatedly by people to obtain driver’s licenses in New Mexico in a pattern that suggests fraud by immigrants trying to game the system, an Associated Press investigation has found. Data suggests that Portales is one of the cities in New [...]

Tucucmcari officer resigns amid investigation

A Tucumcari police officer has resigned amidst a criminal investigation by New Mexico State Police. Tucumcari Police Chief Jason Braziel said the unnamed officer resigned this morning. State Police Public Information Officer Lt. Tim Q. Johnson confirmed the officer was the subject of an investigation, but said “the identity of the officer and the nature [...]

My Turn: Planking for stiffs

By Lonnie Berry As long as I can remember, there have been fads. Some of them have been really popular, some really odd, and some the subject of songs that outlived the fads they celebrated. Many years ago, streaking was a popular fad. It was so popular that there was a song written about it. [...]

2011 Curry County Fair Schedule

Curry County Fair Schedule of Events (Schedule subject to change without notice) Monday, August 15-Entry Day • 6 a.m.-Noon — Junior Livestock entries accepted • 8 a.m.-6 p.m. — Home Arts Entries accepted, Home Arts Building • 8 a.m.-6 p.m. — Flower Show entries accepted, Home Arts Building • 8 a.m.-6 p.m. — Agriculture exhibits [...]

Their view: Chimps shouldn’t be subject to invasive testing

Chimps shouldn’t be subject to invasive testing

Portales past: Sept. 17, 1950

Portales Daily News: Lindsey PTA met Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., with a back-to-school program. D.W. Marley, Lindsey principal, spoke on the subject “The Truth About Report Cards.”

Clovis part of scenic route

Don McAlavy The route from Fort Worth, Texas to Las Vegas, N.M., is 639.8 miles, and it runs through Clovis, New Mexico. The subject of this Route Book I’ve had for many years is furnished to tourists accurate and reliable information that will aid them in traveling through one of the most picturesque portions of [...]

Burn ban, trash ordinance up for discussion

PNT staff Roosevelt County Commissioners are scheduled to vote today on whether to ban outside fires. The commission meets 9 a.m. today at the county courthouse. Commissioner Gene Creighton, who introduced the subject at the last meeting, said the commission would repeal the ban when they believe the moisture and wind conditions are no longer [...]

Courts and blotter 11-16

The following is a sampling of calls placed to Portales police dispatchers over the past week: Nov. 10 • At 1:35 a.m., a caller advised of a suspicious male subject who came into his store on North Main Street asking suspicious questions. • At 4:30 p.m., a caller stated that she received a counterfeit $100 [...]

Taboo subject draws curiosity

By Anita Doberman: PNT columnist I’m not sure why I am nervous about this upcoming interview. Talking one on one is one of the things I enjoy most about being a journalist. It’s like being allowed into someone’s life, able to see the world through their eyes and then write about it — it’s a [...]