Their view: School lunch guidelines won’t make much difference

Susan Levin director of nutrition education for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, shares her view on new guidelines for school lunches:

HAP aids military homeowners

By Tom Philpott: Military Update Like thousands of American homeowners, John and Susan, a Coast Guard couple, were slammed financially by the real estate crisis. They saw the value of the $150,000 house they bought in Texas in March 2006 plummet, starting in 2007. This month they will sell it for $125,000, well below the [...]

Story behind sensation inspiring

By Anita Tedaldi: PNT columnist I have a new hero. Her name is Susan Boyle and I love her. Even worse, like a middle school girl enamored with her idol, I want to be just like Susan Boyle, maybe with a different haircut or plucked eyebrows, but nonetheless I emulate her fearlessness, strength and confidence. [...]

Jan. 11, 2009 Births

Strange Madison Renae Strange was born Dec. 27, 2008, to Jerrod and Susan Strange of Portales at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis. She weighed 8-pounds, 1-ounce. She has a sister, June Strange. Grandparents are Mack and Marjorie Legleiter or Portales; Betty Strange and the late Dean Strange of Clovis. Great-grandparents are Osa Legleiter of [...]

ENMU Faculty Briefs Nov. 4

ENMU faculty published Michael F. Shaughnessy and Susan Fulgham of Texas A&M have an article appearing in Educational Technology, Vol 48, No 6, the November–December 2008 issue. Hardman serves as commentator Peggy Hardman presented “Education in a Tempest: The Choctaw Academy and a Battle of Egos, Politics, and Good Intentions” at the Ohio Valley History [...]

It’s their job: Susan Berry

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Reporter Name: Susan Berry Job: Secretary at the First Baptist Church Time on the job: Four years Background: For five years, Berry was a supervisor of dispatch at the Portales Police Department prior to working at the church. Q. Describe what your job entails. A. Meeting people, setting up appointments, [...]

9-1 Obituaries

Services: 10 a.m., Friday at The Chapel, 1500 Thornton. Edna Ray Wagner, 80, of Clovis, died Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2005, at Laurel Plains Healthcare in Clovis. She was born May 9, 1925, in St. Vrain to William “Bill” and Minnie Thurman Glen. Family members said she was a true daughter of the pioneers, and was [...]

Feb. 9 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael There was another good shower in our area Saturday night and on into Sunday. There was a heavy frost on up Portales way with a fluffy sort of snow mixed in early on Sunday morning. Surprised We were pleasantly surprised Sunday to have Ray and Susan Skipworth and daughter, Sarah come to [...]

Library presentation enlightens audience with women’s history

Mike Linn She spoke of adobe homes and branding cattle. Crooked sheriffs and the Lincoln County War. Billy the Kid and his regulators. Nisha Hoffman, sporting a long dress and black-laced gloves, told about 40 Portales residents on Thursday the story of Susan McSween Barber, also known as the former cattle queen of New Mexico. [...]