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Articles from the December 3, 2012 edition

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In tribute: Former Fort Sumner coach made impact

Figuratively, it could be said that Mario Martinez was always looking out for the little guy. De Baca County News: Scot Stinnett Mario Martinez is carried to the center of the field by his players...

 

Empty stocking: Family R

• Today's focus: Family R •Household members: 4 •Children: 2 •Special circumstances: The husband was without a job for three months, during which time the family got behind on bills. The family has been able to catch up on bills, but has... Full story

 

Rams' new head coach excited by opportunity

When Mark Gallegos took the job as athletic director at Portales High, Rickie McBroom was the right man for the job Gallegos left behind. As it turns out, it's the right job for the man, too. CMI correspondent: Joshua LuceroPortales senior guard...

 

Holiday Express program assists military families

"Santa ... It's going to be Santa ..." Lorena Vigil with the New Mexico National Guard had just announced that a special visitor would be coming through the Holiday Express and children aboard the...

 

Seniors express concerns over building

Another public hearing will be held today to further discuss issues surrounding the new senior center building in Portales. A hearing was held Thursday in the county courthouse to announce the completion of the new Los Abuelitos Senior Center buildin... Full story

 

My Turn - Pioneer stories much loved

My family history with Roosevelt County begins in the early 1900s, and I've always loved the stories of the pioneers. But I've never known much of the personal history from the late 1800s until very recently when I read the new book by Ruth Burns,...

 

Meetings Watch - City Council

The following items are on the Portales City Council agenda meeting today at 7 p.m.: An update on the U.S. 70 construction project. A report and presentation of the ComCast partnership sign given to the Portales Recreation Center. An informational... Full story

 

Events Calendar - Dec. 4

Today Bubble Wrap Art — 4:30 p.m., Portales Public Library. For children kindergarten to sixth grade. Information: 356-3940. Teen writer's group — 5 p.m., Portales Public Library. For youth 13 to 18 years old who are interested in writing....

 

Police Blotter - Dec. 4

Portales police, sheriff and fire call logs: Friday 4:01 p.m.: Caller requested an officer for a standby, 1500 block Arizona Drive. 4:08 p.m.: Caller requested a canine be picked up, 600 block South Avenue A. 4:17 p.m.: Caller requested a standby, 10...

 

Empty stocking fund - Dec. 4

Today's focus: Family R Household members: 4 Children: 2 Special circumstances: The husband was without a job for three months, during which time the family got behind on bills. The family has been able to catch up on bills, but has little money for...

 

ENMU student scholarships could be at risk

The scholarships of more than a quarter of Eastern New Mexico University students could be at risk as a depleting state lottery scholarship fund is expected to run out of money in the next fiscal year. Legislators are looking at changing the criteria...

 

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