Alumni committee meets today There will be a meeting of the Dora School Alumni Committee 2:30 p.m. today at the school. Anyone interested in helping with this year’s All School Reunion is welcome to attend.
Alisa Boswell Beginning today, Portales will be testing its tornado sirens at noon every first and third Thursday of the month to ensure the city’s mass notification system is fully operational and all Roosevelt County residents are able to hear alerts. “We want to make sure our equipment is functioning and we are doing it […]
Good morning and hold on to your hat. Wind gusts of up to 60 mph are expected today. And, here’s just what you’ve been waiting for this blustery day… The Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Free lawyers When’s the last time you talked to a lawyer for free? That’s the promise — free legal advice […]
Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University will begin spring football drills with a 3:30 p.m. practice today at the Greyhounds’ practice facility. ENMU will have 15 practice/scrimmage dates, including the Green & Silver spring game finale at 4 p.m. on April 23 at Greyhound Stadium. All but four of the sessions are scheduled for […]
I know that today’s Generation Me kids work hard for college essentials like iPhones and iPads — that parents and Lottery Scholarships don’t always cover — with such back-breaking labor as building fake-ID websites, selling over-priced jewelry (made by six-year-old Bangladeshis) at mall kiosks, selling plagiarized papers… By contrast, I had easy jobs: Wearing T-shirts […]
Alisa Boswell Four women of very different backgrounds are offering their personal cultural experiences Wednesday as part of Eastern New Mexico University’s observation of Women’s History Month. It’s the fourth presentation thus far in a month dedicated to honoring women and their history. The event includes presentations by Danni Luo; Ms. Black ENMU LaQuethia Patterson; […]
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Wednesday briefing. Fast fact Aviator Charles Lindbergh helped establish a transcontinental plane-train service that included a stop in Clovis. The terminal built in 1928-29 about eight miles west of Clovis eventually grew into what we know today as Cannon Air Force Base. Video game of the […]
March 15, 1950: The Portales Daily News: Oil leasing in the Elida area took a sudden spurt today, with 32 instruments filed in the city clerk’s office.
Ninth Judicial District Attorney Matthew Chandler announced today that Epigmenio (Pete) Baltazar, age 36, was sentenced to serve twelve (12) years in prison for one (1) count of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. The charges stem from July of 2009 when Portales Police Department and Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office received tips regarding the sale […]
Area schools and institutions are canceling or delaying activities due to weather: • Clovis Muncipal Schools on a 2-hour delay Wednesday. • Portales Municipal Schools 2-hour delay Wednesday. • Floyd High School Boys and Girls Basketball Game vs. Tucumcari • Dora Schools 2-hour delay Wednesday. • Elida Schools 2-hour delay Wednesday. • Eastern New Mexico […]
Area schools and institutions are closing or postponing events today in response to weather and the governor’s declaration. • Eastern New Mexico University — Business offices and classes canceled until Monday. • Clovis Community College — Closed until Monday. • Portales Municipal Schools — Closed until Monday. • Roosevelt County offices — Closed until Monday. […]
PORTALES–Eastern New Mexico University in Portales will close at 5 p.m. today (Tuesday), and the present plans are to re-open at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Wednesday).
The following schools are closed today due to weather: Melrose Schools San Jon Schools Tucumcari Schools The start of classes are delayed today at the following schools due to weather: Farwell Schools — 2 hour delay Portales Schools — 2 hour delay Texico Schools – Classes delayed until 10 a.m. The following schools have confirmed […]
Eastern New Mexico University softball coach Lauren Sigwing has announced that a hitting camp scheduled for today in Portales has been cancelled. Campers signed up for today are asked to attend the camp scheduled for next Sunday.
Basketball Today – Dora JV/Varsity boys at Melrose, 4 p.m. Thursday – Dora hosts Texico JV and Varsity girls, 4 p.m. Saturday – Dora hosts Texico JV and Varsity boys, 4 p.m. Monday – Dora hosts Portales JV girls, 5:30 p.m.
Jan. 28, 1951: The Portales Daily News: City Police Chief Doyle Henderson warned youths today that the city’s curfew law would be enforced. He said a rise in juvenile delinquency in Portales was responsible for the decision.
Jan. 27, 1947: The Portales Daily News: Parking meter receipts since Jan. 20 totaled $166.51, records showed in City Hall today. Within the week, 84 additional meters were placed in operation around the courthouse square.