Cannon language remains in Senate bill

Freedom Newspapers WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate approved a Defense Appropriations Bill on Friday with language favorable to keep Cannon Air Force Base intact until the Pentagon looks for a new mission for the base. The a final defense budget bill now awaits House input. The language introduced into the bill by U.S. Sens. Pete […]

Community Calendar for Sept. 14, 2005

Sharna Johnson WEDNESDAY The We Group of NA — 6 p.m. The Church of the Brethren, Manana and Acoma,(across from Stansells) enter the northside of the church. Information: Becca, 742-2032. Amateur Radio Club — 7 p.m., Clovis Community College, Building 206. Information: 742-2415. TB Testing — 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. La Casa Family Health […]

Officials to keep up efforts after hearing

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By David Irvin By all accounts, supporters of Cannon Air Force Base on Friday made a compelling argument to spare the facility from closure. Now what? Keep arguing is the advice of Clovis’ Walter Bradley, who was New Mexico’s lieutenant governor when Kirtland Air Force Base was removed from the Base Realignment and Closure list […]

6/5 Creative Living

Selecting wine, entertaining topics this week Information on selecting wine and recipes for entertaining elegantly will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” on Tuesday at noon and on Saturday at 2 p.m. (All times are Mountain). “Creative Living” airs on public broadcasting station, KENW-TV, from Eastern New Mexico University in Portales. Sunny Cristadoro is […]

May 18 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael The Dora and Rogers areas were thankful for the half inch or so of moisture over the weekend. It sure was a blessing instead of dust and breezy weather. I don’t know if our dry land farmers will have enough to plant some on or they will need to wait. The wheat […]

Apple pies, arranging flowers, pasta to air this week

By Sheryl Borden: PNT columnist Information on cooking with apple pies, arranging flowers, and making tomato and mushroom pasta dishes will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” on Tuesday at noon and on Saturday at 2 p.m. (All times are Mountain).”Creative Living” airs on public broadcasting station, KENW-TV, from Eastern New Mexico University in […]

March 27 Floyd School News

Upcoming events • Booster Club will meet April 6 at 6 p.m. • School Board will meet April 11 at 7 p.m. • State Future Farmers of America competitions are this week in Las Cruces. Athletics Baseball: Our first home game will be April 6 against Santa Rosa at 4p.m. Track: High School Boys and […]

March 20 Floyd School News

Upcoming events • Spring Break is this week. School will resume March 28. Jamboree The 55th Annual Floyd Lion’s Club Jamboree will be Thursday through Sunday in the old Gym. Thursday evening will be classic country music, Friday and Saturday will be contemporary country, and Sunday will be gospel music. Also: • Booster Club is […]

Graves led life of variety

By Laurie Stone: PNT Correspondent Name: David Graves Born: June 28, 1940 Died: Nov. 24, 2004 Preceded in death by: his parents; and a stepson, Teddie Radcliff. Survived by: his wife Delma; a son, Jeff (and wife, Stacy) and their children, Timber and Wyatt; two stepdaughters, Janie Mock of Clayton and Beverly Creighton (Donald) of […]

Jan. 26 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael This cold snap has sure seemed colder since it followed the cooler days last week that finally peaked at near 70 degrees on Friday. Some of the outside bulbs were thinking of putting on sprouts. Commoditees These were delivered Wednesday. We sure got some good tomatoes this time. I delivered to two […]

Oct. 24 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael Dora School News This is going to be a busy week at the Dora School. Our volleyball girls will be involved in the volleyball tournament from Tuesday through Friday. On Wednesday there will be a NHS meeting at lunch with Mrs. Cone. On Thursday there student council meeting at lunch with Mrs. […]

Oct. 20 South County News

By Charlie Carmichael Harvest Peanut harvest is well underway now. Don’t know if are dry enough to thrash yet but should all be dry and waiting. Some hay has already been cut and is also waiting until it can be ailed. There is sure some good cotton opening fast, by the time the peanuts and […]

Oct. 5 Obituaries

Warren Armstrong, 70 Warren Armstrong, 70, of Ketchum, Okla., died Friday, Oct. 1, 2004, at his home. He was born on Oct. 16, 1933, in Tidioute, Pa., to Mead and Mary Armstrong. He married Joan Gregory on April 19, 1974, in Minneapolis. He received a bachelor’s degree from the Baptist College and Seminary in Pennsylvania, […]

Aug. 29 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael The enrollment in the Dora School is growing as days pass. It sure is nice to see new faces in the cafeteria at noon and equally as nice to see all our returning familiar students. Fair Week You can sure tell it’s the week of our County Fair with so many students […]

Back to school coming soon

By Helena Rodriguez I interrupt this long, hot summer for some important breaking news. It’s urgent, more pressing than our current national security code level. It commands your full attention. It’s back-to-school time! Back-to-school time! Back to school! In case you missed it, “School! School! School!” Only 28 shopping days until school starts in Portales […]

May 23 Portales Junior High News

Spring Fling Thing Friday students in Laura DeBusk’s science classes applied their knowledge of the year’s lessons on simple and complex machines, trajectory, inertia, velocity, kinetic energy, gravity, and the atmosphere.  Students constructed catapults and demonstrated their effectiveness with water balloons on the football field. Students compared results with the designs, and DeBusk led discussions […]

Mom’s days of being the tax lady are finally over

Helena Rodriguez Just when I had come to think the only things definite in life are death, taxes, long lines at Wal-Mart, Dick Clark, American Idol, the Dallas Cowboys making the Super Bowl at least once a decade and Mom being firmly planted on the couch doing taxes for other people up until Midnight on […]

Obits April 13

Rowland G. Betz, 61 Rowland G. Betz, 61, of Portales died Saturday, April 10, 2004, at his home. He was born on Oct. 3, 1942, in Philadelphia, Pa., to Ruth Elizabeth and Alfred Rowland Betz. He grew up in Pennsylvania and attended school in Ivyland, Pa. He then entered the U.S. Army, where he served […]

Shoppers will see changes at Super Save

Tony Parra The building once known as Safeway and more recently as IGA will now be known as Super Save. Tim Russell, who will be the manager of Super Save, said officials from Russell Inc. are trying to complete the purchase of the store from Troy Hinton. Super Save, located at the corner of West […]

Obits Jan. 27

Martha Belle Shirey Redwine, 86 Martha Belle Shirey Redwine, 86, of Boise City, Okla., died Saturday, Jan. 24, 2004, in Amarillo. She was born on Sept. 6, 1917, in Tulaski, Tenn. She lived in Portales from 1940 until 1949. They moved to Lovington and later to Midland, Texas, where they owned and operated R&S Construction […]