Clarence Plank Roosevelt County voters elected Irma Lorraine Goodrich and Steven Connelly Tuesday to the Roosevelt General Hospital Board. Goodrich won the District 1 seat previously held by Lydia Ornelas, while Connelly takes Terry Cone’s seat in District 2. Goodrich beat Dennis Lopez by four votes, 238 to 234, but cautioned that vote total could [...]
Oct. 19, 1952: The Portales Daily News: For the third straight year, the Dora Coyotes were Roosevelt County baseball champs. They won that honor by beating the Floyd Broncos in the finals of the county at Dora, 12-5.
Josh Chavez may not remember the titles of the library books he lost, but he won’t forget being arrested for not paying the fines. Chavez, 29, was arrested in Portales on Sept. 21, by Roosevelt County Sheriff’s deputies on a contempt warrant for not fulfilling an arrangement he made with Portales Municipal Court to pay [...]
Clovis Quilters club The Clovis Quilters met Monday at Trinity Lutheran Church with 12 members attending and welcomed back past member Debra Williams. Kathy Gilman called the meeting to order. A thank you note from Trinity Lutheran for the help with the VBS quilts was read. All three quilts won first place ribbons at the [...]
Portales Daily News: Holt Irby, a 13-year-old Rogers 4-H Club member, was the first-place winner of the commercial “pen of five classification” at the New Mexico State Fair. He won a trip to Kansas City. (contestants exhibited pens of 5 fat calves for judging)
Portales Daily News: Ann Ruth Fraze, the Dora 4-H Club girl whose talents earlier this year won her a county award, has shown today, and has captured the coveted grand championship in the fat calf division of the Roosevelt County Fair.
Russell Anglin writes a weekly column for the Quay County Sun in Tucumcari. Here’s a “snip” from his recent offering on baseball slugger Manny Ramirez:
Freedom New Mexico More people could be free to rest this Labor Day weekend, although many won’t be doing it voluntarily. We entered the holiday with mixed, but mostly disappointing, news on the economic front. The Labor Department on Friday gave an apparently contradictory report that American employers added 67,000 new jobs last month, even [...]
Field reunion The 24th Biannual Field Reunion was held at the Field Fire Station at 1 p.m. Aug. 13. The business meeting began at 5 p.m. with Jacob Moberly acting as master of ceremonies. Jacob presented Dorothy Woods and Beatrice Hunt with gift cards for their work in getting the reunion together. Teachers present were [...]
Sept. 15, 1960 Portales News-Tribune: W.J. Neill won the first Football Contest of the year, missing the winner in only one of the 11 contests. He received $7.50 in merchandise.