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Portales

(pôrtăl`ĭs), city (1990 pop. 10,690), seat of Roosevelt co., E N.Mex., near the Tex. line; inc. 1910. It is the trade and processing center of an agricultural area. There is food processing, printing and publishing, and the manufacture of machinery, furniture, building products, and feeds. Oil wells are in the vicinity. Eastern New Mexico Univ. is in Portales. Cannon Air Force Base is nearby.
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When Kysa graduated from Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, New Mexico, with a master's degree in mass communications, she went back to Texas to live with her mother while she worked at the Houston Defender.
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Mississippi Valley State University located in Itta Bena, Mississippi came in second, with Eastern New Mexico University located in Portales, New Mexico a close third.
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The company owns and operates two crude oil refineries, Ciniza and Bloomfield, both located in New Mexico, a 300 mile crude oil gathering pipeline system based in Farmington, New Mexico, an ethanol production plant in Portales, New Mexico, a finished products terminal in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a fleet of crude oil and finished product truck transports, a Travel Center on I-40 east of Gallup, New Mexico, and a chain of 148 retail service stations/convenience stores in New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Arizona.
The Company owns and operates two crude oil refineries, Ciniza and Bloomfield, both located in New Mexico, a 300 mile crude oil gathering pipeline system based in Farmington, New Mexico, an ethanol production plant in Portales, New Mexico, a finished product terminal in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a fleet of crude oil and finished product truck transports, a Travel Center on I-40 east of Gallup, New Mexico, and a chain of 148 retail service stations/convenience stores in New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Arizona.
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