Portales-born Cody Ross hit his 17th home run of the season on Monday for the Florida Marlins.
Internet Web sites are loaded with features and news reports related to former Tucumcari resident Amber Campbell, who is competing in the Summer Olympics.
Blogger Alvin Petty reports:
The New Mexico Racing Commission is scheduled to meet on Wednesday morning in Santa Fe.
Life was good — until the dog found a porcupine.
Dianna Hernandez has been on this earth for nearly a quarter of a century.
Eastern New Mexico has not produced a lot of Olympians, but we haven’t been shut out either.
What is humane when it comes to putting down animals?
Opening ceremonies for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing are Friday but we’ll have to wait 10 days more to watch former Tucumcari resident Amber Campbell compete in the women’s hammer throw.
Another good day at Philadelphia Eagles camp for Clovis’ Hank Baskett.
Tucumcari celebrates a century as an incorporated city this year.
In case you missed it: Portales News-Tribune Managing Editor Karl Terry offers encouraging words for Roosevelt All-Stars:
A recent Project: Reader Reaction question asked about summer vacations.
Ready to go back to school?
Do you know these babies?
Clovis’ Pat Clark wants to pass along a good-citizen report:
Broadway has come to Clovis. Check out Liliana Castillo’s report under “Local video and promotions” on the Clovis News Journal Web site: http://www.cnjonline.com • • • Country living columnist Glenda Price tells us: “Summertime in the Southwest is rodeo time. We’ve got 4-H rodeos, high school and junior rodeos, amateur punkin’ rollins and, of course, […]
Roundup 2008, a day-long workshop sponsored by the Northwest Texas, New Mexico and Rio Grande Conferences of The United Methodist Church, is set for Aug. 23 at First United Methodist Church in Lubbock.