Personalities Plus: Lori Bohm

Information compiled by Laurie Stone Name: Lori Bohm Age: 45 November 15, 1958 Hometown: Albuquerque, NM Occupation: Mulit-line Career Agent with Farm Bureau Financial Services & Associate Real Estate Broker with Buena Vista Reality Family: Husband John Bohm; step-son, Jon Bohm; daughter, Kristi Headley; step-daughters, Diane Escalante and Debbie Dicus. Hobbies and group involvement: I […]

Commissioners get second chance

By Tony Parra Roosevelt County Commissioners are reconsidering last month’s decision in which they declined to send a list of legislative priorities to Gov. Bill Richardson. Commissioners voted 4-to-1 against sending a letter to the governor listing the county’s top three legislative priorities. Commission Chairman Dennis Lopez was the only commissioner who voted in favor […]

Zias post win at Wayland Baptist

PNT Staff PLAINVIEW, Texas — Senior Kelley McGinty posted a double-double with 14 kills and 10 digs and the Eastern New Mexico University Zias defeated Wayland Baptist 30-27, 30-28, 30-16 Thursday night in non-conference volleyball. Lindsay Schiely added 12 kills for the Zias (21-7). Senior Jessica Weeks and junior Olivia Boan had 14 and 13 […]

Lady Tigers advance to tourney finals

PNT Staff ELIDA — The Elida Lady Tigers assured themselves of a berth in Class 1A regional competition next week with a 25-18, 25-18, 25-23 victory over Dora in the District 3-1A tournament semifinals Thursday night. Elida (16-5) plays at top-seeded Fort Sumner at 2 p.m. Saturday, with the winner of that match hosting the […]

Broncos begin bid for title at home

By Dave Wagner After capturing six-man football’s District 3 championship on Saturday with a 28-20 win over Melrose in a battle of unbeatens, the Floyd Broncos have positioned themselves for a run at a state championship. Their bid starts with a 1 p.m. quarterfinal contest on Saturday at Floyd against Gateway Christian, the District 4 […]

Hounds hoping to play spoiler’s role at Midwestern

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By Dave Wagner A heartbreaking loss to second-ranked Texas A&M-Kingsville on Saturday has all but knocked the Eastern New Mexico University football team out of contention for the NCAA Division II playoffs. Now the Greyhounds will try to do the same thing to Midwestern State when the teams clash in a noon (MDT) Lone Star […]

Dogs treat children to show

By Laurie Stone Cannon Air Force Base officials on Wednesday hosted a dog-sniffing demonstration for children at the Child Development Center on campus at Eastern New Mexico University. Julie Cathey, head teacher of CDC, said the event was one in a series of lessons on safety. She said last week students learned how to be […]

CAFB captures award for air combat command

PNT Staff Cannon Air Force Base has won the Commander-in-Chief’s 2005 Installation Excellence Award for Air Combat Command, according to a Cannon news release. The award recognizes efforts of airmen at Department of Defense installations who have most efficiently used their resources to support the mission, the release said. The award comes with $100,000 to […]

County clerk’s office full of early voters

Staff and Wire reports Staff and wire reports About 20 percent of Roosevelt County’s registered voters have already weighed in on the 2004 general election, assistant county clerk Janet Collins said Wednesday. She said 2,400 voters had either cast their ballots or requested a ballot by mail as of Wednesday night. The county has 11,591 […]

Campos tries to retain seat against Grider

By Tony Parra Democratic incumbent Jose Campos said the District 63 state representative election will come down to voters choosing which candidate is most effective. Republican candidate Russell Grider said he believes voters will choose a candidate who will do more for them and not for himself. Voters from District 63, which includes precincts 6, […]

PHS, Ruidoso looking to stay alive

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By Dave Wagner When the Ruidoso Warriors visit Portales High on Friday night, the stakes won’t be as high as the last time the teams met at Blackwater Draw. There will still be plenty on the line, though. Both will be fighting for their playoff lives in a District 4-3A clash set for 7 p.m. […]

Lady Rams down Lovington in four

By Dave Wagner Maybe the Portales High Lady Rams are simply starting a late-season surge. PHS, which has won three of the last four Class 3A state volleyball championships but has been mired well below .500 all season, clinched a trip to this year’s state tournament Tuesday night with a 14-25, 25-18, 25-21, 25-20 win […]

Zias garner first season sweep of Lady Buffs

PNT Staff The Eastern New Mexico University volleyball squad completed its first season sweep of West Texas A&M on Tuesday night, thumping the Lady Buffs 30-18, 30-27, 30-27 in a Lone Star Conference South Division clash at Greyhound Arena. The Zias (20-7, 5-3 South), who ended a 23-match losing streak against West Texas with a […]

ENMU, WT play to scoreless tie

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By Dave Wagner Eastern New Mexico University and West Texas A&M’s men may have battled to a scoreless draw on Tuesday in their Southwest Soccer Conference matchup at the ENMU pitch, but the teams didn’t have the same feeling about it. The first-year Greyhounds were more than happy with the result, while the Buffaloes (10-4-2, […]

Domenici promotes CAFB

By Mike Linn Congressman Pete Domenici on Tuesday lauded the importance of Cannon Air Force Base to America’s military operations and provided a short yet strong list of reasons the base should fare well in the upcoming Base Closure and Realignment process. The proximity of Melrose Bombing Range, good weather for flying, and quality airspace […]

Sanders faces May in commissioner race

The new District 2 county commissioner in Roosevelt County will face a number of difficult decisions, from road and budget issues to an overcrowded jail. The battle is between Democrat David Sanders and Republican Charles May. While early voting continues, election day is Tuesday. The current District 2 County Commissioner Chad Davis decided not to […]

Haunted houses await Portales residents

Laurie Stone It’s that time of year: Frankenstein or a deranged-looking clown just might be at your door the next time you open it. Portales City Manager Debi Lee said trick-or-treaters will be in neighborhoods celebrating Halloween on Sunday, the official holiday. In the past, the local ministerial alliance has asked the city to recognize […]

Cannon man dies playing on soccer field

By Mike Linn He was good at mimicry. He always opened the door for his coworkers. And he had a voracious appetite. But what coworkers with Cannon Air Force Base Public Affairs remember most about Airman 1st Class Brian Kane was his ability to put a smile on their faces — day in and day […]

Elida wind farm to be operating by 2005

Tony Parra By Tony Parra PNT Staff Writer Tony_Parra@link.freedom.com Two goals of the new wind energy farm in Elida are less dependence on fossil fuels and less expensive energy costs for customers. So says Bill Crenshaw, Xcel Energy corporate communications manager. Padoma Wind Power of La Jolla, Calif., will be developing a 120-megawatt wind farm […]

Region could land new call center

Eric Butler Eastern New Mexico may be close to landing a new call center that would employ 600 people. Clovis Industrial Development Corporation Director Chase Gentry said Wednesday the building that once housed the ClientLogic call center in Clovis is close to finding a new client. The center, vacant since MCI withdrew from the site […]