Angels in disguise show up when needed

By Helena Rodriguez People will come and go in our lives and I believe the same is true for angels. This is the story of one “guardian angel” — someone who briefly appeared in my life to help me through a difficult time. She was the nurse who took care of me the night I [...]

New bonuses, pitfalls for taxpayers in 2005

By David Irvin A new tax season often means new tax laws. This year is no exception. There are a number of changes that may assist taxpayers in filing their taxes and may qualify some for larger deductions and less taxes. IRS Spokesperson Bill Brunson said this year’s changes are just business as usual. There [...]

Former sheriff served others throughout life

By Laurie Stone: PNT Correspondent Jesse Evetts was a kind and considerate man that lived his life serving others whether in work or deeds. He died on Dec. 23, 2004. He worked in law enforcement for a few years and in 1950, he became the sheriff for Roosevelt County and held two terms. He entered [...]

Nov. 28 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael Dora students were dismissed at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday for the Thanksgiving holiday. School on Tuesday After a week off, all classes will resume Tuesday morning. There are only 13 more days of school until Christmas break on Dec. 7. Lunch tickets These are due on Wednesday. Book fair The book fair is [...]

Nov. 7 Faith Triumphant News

By Donna Kelly The fifth- through eighth-grade art classes are buying clay for sculptures they will be making in art class. Parents, please send $10 to the school by Wednesday to help defray the cost of the clay.   Operation Christmas Child Students will participate again this year in Operation Christmas Child.  It is the [...]

July 26, 2004

TODAY Clovis Gem and Mineral Society — 6:30 p.m., meeting. Clovis Carver Library, Ingram Room. Public is welcome. Details: 762-5901. Alcoholics Anonymous: The Corner Stone Group — 7:30 p.m., Open to people with alcohol problems. Sacred Heart School, 921 Merriwether, Room 6. Details: 763-3166. TB Testing — 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. La Casa Family [...]

Memorial Day time to remember those who died for us

By Joan Clayton Memorial Day brings reflections, honoring and remembering those who have gone on before us. The importance of younger generations knowing and appreciating the principles that has made America great cannot be measured. As a child during World War II, I vividly remember the symbols of pain and sacrifice. My grandmother lived by [...]

Prayer can help in everyday life

By Joan Clayton: Religion Columnist Caring for my ailing mother while winding down the school year brought many anxious moments. I remember one incident in particular. I tossed and turned and sleep evaded me. I glanced at the clock, which read 3:30 a.m. In just a few hours I would be in my classroom, a [...]

ENMU grant aids literacy

By Michelle Seeber Three Eastern New Mexico University graduate students, as part of a class project, spent the last six weeks working with gradeschoolers to improve literacy through reading and doing projects by following directions. The students — Pattie Donovan, Erika Waters and Tammy Riser — taught about five students at James Elementary School that [...]

Hamilton chooses family over football

By Ferran LuceroPNT Correspondent Editor’s Note: This is a periodical series about former area athletes and what they are doing now. Injuries and a desire to be closer with family led former Eastern New Mexico University standout Conrad Hamilton to retire from the NFL two years ago. A two-time NCAA Division II All-American defensive back [...]