Tax deadline is Tuesday

By Helena Rodriguez, PNT Staff Writer Post offices around the country will be postmarking income tax returns up until midnight on Tuesday, helping last-minute filers make the April 15 federal tax filing deadline. “We won’t be open until that time, but we’ll make sure that anything dropped into our mail drop until midnight gets postmarked. […]

ENMU-Roswell provost to retire

PNT Staff Report Judy Armstrong, provost of Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell, is retiring, according to a press release from ENMU. A national search will be conducted for her replacement. The search committee will include campus and community members, as well as members of the Community College Board. Armstrong has agreed to stay in the position […]

Meals made simple

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By Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico

Clytie Calton remembered as independent, full of life

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By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor Clytie Calton “lived” life until she died. One of Clytie’s granddaughter’s Jill McCall said her grandmother had made the statement about living until she died to a friend and at first McCall didn’t understand it until the friend told her that she was talking about her independent lifestyle, which […]

Snowy weather possible

By Gabriel Monte Curry and Roosevelt county residents could encounter another weekend of blowing snow, according to the National Weather Service. The weather service issued a winter weather advisory that took effect 6 p.m. Friday. The snowfall could last until 11 p.m. Saturday, according to Todd Shoemake of the National Weather Service in Albuquerque. An […]

Baseball ’roids report may demonize unfairly

Editorial The release of a report by former Democratic Sen. George Mitchell on the use in Major League Baseball of anabolic steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs certainly received plenty of attention. Although the Mitchell investigation was conducted without benefit of subpoenas, cross-examination, any interaction between accuser and accused or sworn testimony, all the named players […]

Cook spices it up on ‘Creative Living

By Sheryl Borden: Local columnist Information on making prairie points, cooking with spices, and making illusionary bars on clothing will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” on at noon on Tuesday and at 2 p.m. Saturday. Pat de Santis, with Wrights Co. in West Warren, Mass., will show the new “by the yard” prairie […]

Clovis homicide still under investigation

By Sharna Johnson: Freedom Newspapers Curry County Sheriff’s investigator Sandy Loomis said he reviews J.C. Tucker’s homicide file frequently in hopes something will spark a new trail. Tucker, 67, was found shot to death Sept. 4, 2003, at Tucker Auto Sales and Tucker Self-Storage on U.S. 60-84 near Cannon Air Force Base. Loomis, lead investigator […]

Nighttime heartburn help available on upcoming show

By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on new candle trends, cooking with mustard, and remedies for nighttime heartburn will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” on at noon on Tuesday and at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Olga Puzas, with PartyLite Gifts in Plymouth, Mass., will talk about trends which show that people are entertaining […]

March 14, 2007 Briefs

U.S. 60-70-84 closed until Friday U.S. 60-70-84 will remain closed at the railroad crossing between Texico and Farwell until Friday afternoon, according to New Mexico Department of Transportation. BNSF Railway is repairing the crossing, according to railroad officials. Traffic is being detoured along U.S. 60 and Farm-to-Market Road 292. United Way holds annual banquet United […]