Hounds still on postseason bubble with split

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Freedom New Mexico A split Friday with West Texas A&M has Eastern New Mexico University on the playoff bubble in the Lone Star Conference. Junior right fielder Ethan Wagner keyed a four-run first inning with a three-run double, and the Greyhounds held on for a 5-4 victory the first game of the Lone Star Conference […]

Cows should be on T.V. more often

By Baxter Black: FNM columnist It’s curious why more cows aren’t featured on America’s Funniest Home Videos. Maybe it’s because we cow guardians always have our hands full of hay forks, reins, twine cutters, squeeze chute handles, syringes or up the back of a cow! And, if the truth were known, you could stand in […]

ENMU-WT baseball capsule

Freedom New Mexico West Texas A&M at ENMUWhen: Lone Star Conference doubleheaders at 4 p.m. today and 1 p.m. SaturdayWhere: Greyhound Field, PortalesRecords: West Texas A&M 19-30 (12-26 LSC), ENMU 25-25 (20-20).Radio: KSEL-AM 1450 for all four games.Last meeting: ENMU swept a four-game series from the Buffaloes at Canyon, Texas, to end the 2008 season.At […]

Zias’ Thompson, Cruickshank make All-LSC South

Freedom New Mexico RICHARDSON, Texas — Senior center fielder Laura Thompson and junior first baseman-pitcher Kristen Cruickshank represented Eastern New Mexico University on the All-Lone Star Conference South Division softball team, released Thursday by the conference office. Two Zias were chosen for honorable mention — junior second baseman Rebecca Quinones and junior right fielder Alex […]

Baskett re-signs with Eagles

PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Eagles signed wide receiver Hank Baskett to a one-year deal on Thursday. Terms of the deal with the restricted free agent weren’t disclosed. Baskett, a 2001 Clovis High grad, had a career-high 33 catches for 440 yards and three touchdowns last season. He originally joined the Eagles in 2006 in a […]

Students to display artworks

PNT Staff Report The Portales Municipal Schools District Art Show is set for 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in the Portales High School cafeteria. The show features the artwork of pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade students. There is no admission charge for the come-and-go event, and refreshments are to be served.

Smoking cessation help offered

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By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer Smoking cessation has a 90 percent success rate of people quitting smoking or reducing the amount they smoke. The free program is sponsored by Roosevelt General Hospital, and the Amercian Lung Association, and gives clients a chance to change their lives by being smoke-free. The eight-week course is held […]

Melrose FFA students top state competition

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By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer For the first time in 30 years, Melrose FFA has topped 74 FFA chapters from around New Mexico with their agriculture-related evaluation skills. Twenty-three Melrose students won the 2009 New Mexico FFA Production Sweepstakes at the state Career Development Competition April 1-3 in Las Cruces. Dora FFA came in […]

Cannon commander leaving

CNJ staff The 27th Special Operations Wing will have its second commander May 27. That’s the day Col. Tim Leahy is set to leave Cannon Air Force Base. His replacement will be Col. Stephen Clark. Leahy has been at Cannon since Oct. 1 2007, as the base went from Air Combat Command to Special Operations […]

Portales retiree spends time volunteering

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Steve Tuttle is a retired resident of Portales. Why type of volunteering work do you do? Donna, my wife, and I do a lot of volunteer work for Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce. We are part of the comittee that plans the Ag Expo every year. We help set up, work and tear down everything […]