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Freedom New Mexico The Portales News-Tribune is putting together an article on Vacation Bible Schools to run Thursday. To have your church’s VBS times, dates and themes included in the article, contact Argen Duncan at 356-4481 or firstname.lastname@example.org by 3 p.m. Wednesday. Information received after the deadline will be included in a separate brief.
PNT staff report The Portales News-Tribune garnered two second-place awards at the Panhandle Press Association conference in Canadian, Texas, this past Thursday through Saturday. The paper took second in the Feature Stories and Front Page Layout contests for Division II. For the Feature Stories, “Photos chronicle lasting friendship” and “Group fights to save, relocate prairie [...]
The Portales News-Tribune has spoken to local pastors to provide a cross-section of their Easter sermons.
March 8, 1960: The Portales News-Tribune reported on two lost dogs. Jane Lee’s “small, brown dog” would answer to the name of “Mim” if located. The Rev. Grady McCullough was looking for a “fuzzy puppy” the paper said he “claims is a cross between a Chihuahua and a collie.” The front-page story provided phone numbers [...]
In the Portales News-Tribune, Spears Grocery at 1013 W. Second St. advertised chuck roast for 63 cents a pound and
According to the Portales News-Tribune, Celestino Dominguez Jr., the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Dominguez of Portales,
According to the Portales News-Tribune, Varsity Drive-In Theater advertised a showing of “Foxy Brown” on Friday and
According to the Portales News-Tribune, there will be free lunches for some Portales students with parents who do not earn an annual wage above $2,740 when there is one child of school age in the family.
Two men from Portales were painfully injured in Santa Rosa Friday at noon when they were pinned between their car and a building after a gasoline transport truck rolled into their vehicle, according to the Portales News-Tribune.