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Articles from the September 11, 2012 edition

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Lady Cats go five to edge Portales

Momentum was a fleeting thing in Tuesday night's Clovis-Portales volleyball matchup. JOSHUA LUCERO: CMI correspondent Lady Ram Summer Martinez hits the ball past Clovis High School's Dani Williams... Full story

 

Lady Buffs score early, blank Zias

CANYON, Texas — West Texas A&M broke open a close game with two goals in a six-minute span late in the first half Tuesday night to beat Eastern New Mexico University 3-0 in the Lone Star Conference women's soccer opener for both teams. Leslie...

 

University progress discussed

Alisa Boswell: Portales News-Tribune Eastern New Mexico University President Steven Gamble was the guest speaker at the Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce quarterly luncheon Tuesday at the Yam Theatre. Gamble talked about the university's progress...

 

FAQ on Valassis Negotiated Service Agreement

• What is a Negotiated Service Agreement? It is a customer-specific contract authorized by law between the Postal Service and a mailing customer. USPS can enter into NSAs after a review by the Postal Regulatory Commission if the proposal would...

 

Postal Service has no business in advertising

An editorial from the National Newspaper Association: The newspaper business — both small and large papers — has sounded full-throated opposition this past month about a plan by the U.S. Postal Service to purposely entice advertising out of the...

 

Long-term planning backfires

Rick Reilly did a great piece this past week on Gerry Sandusky. No, not that Jerry Sandusky, which is kind of the whole point of the news piece, which I highly recommend you catch on ESPN's website. There's a Baltimore broadcaster named Gerry... Full story

 

Police Blotter - Sept. 12

Portales police, sheriff and fire call logs: Sunday 12:01 a.m.: Caller reported a large party causing traffic hazards, 500 block Kilgore. 12:47 a.m.: Caller reported a person knocking on doors in the neighborhood, 700 block Wylie Cox. 1:18 a.m.:...

 

Clovis, Portales enrollment down slightly

Clovis Municipal Schools and Portales Municipal Schools experienced a decrease in enrollment this school year, according to preliminary numbers. Meanwhile, Clovis Christian Schools had a slight... Full story

 

Locals honor fallen

Alisa Boswell: Portales News-Tribune Portales High School students sang the national anthem on Tuesday morning at the World Trade Center memorial at JP Stone Community Bank in Portales. Bank owner...

 

Their view: News program showed poor taste

Portales News-Tribune Circulation Director Robert Arrowsmith writes a blog at: walkthisway. cnjonlinehosting.com/ Here's his post from Tuesday: There is not much that fazes me. It takes quite a bit to shock me, to make the heart skip a beat anymore....

 

Long-term plan backfires quickly

Rick Reilly did a great piece this past week on Gerry Sandusky. No, not that Jerry Sandusky, which is kind of the whole point of the news piece, which I highly recommend you catch on ESPN's website. There's a Baltimore broadcaster named Gerry...

 

Military Update: Romney plan could hike costs

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has proposed opening military TRICARE networks of civilian health care providers to veterans who can't get timely mental health care from the Department of Veterans Affairs. TRICARE networks currently exist...

 

Editorial: New technology will aid cancer treatments

The University of New Mexico Cancer Center is adding a new tool to its kit to diagnose and fight cancer. This fall the center will be among the first of a small number of sites worldwide to acquire a technology that can sequence an entire human genom...

 

My Turn - Mud running makes for fun competition

I was quite the pig Saturday jumping and running in mud. I participated in the Dirty Dash, a 3.5 mile mud run near Albuquerque. I had been running daily leading up to the event. I kind of felt like I threw that all away by staying out late Friday... Full story

 

Events Calendar - Sept. 12

Today Oops! — 10:30 a.m., Portales Public Library. Preschool story time. Information: 356-3940. Food commodity distribution — 1 p.m.-3 p.m., Memorial Building. Information: 356-5056. Wii Wednesday: Mario Kart — 4:30 p.m., Portales Public... Full story

 

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