Tuesday morning briefing: Video games and sports

Good morning and welcome to Freedom New Mexico’s Tuesday briefing. Joking around: What makes Lady Gaga mad? Video game of the week Game: Mass Effect 2 Genre: Action RPG System: PC, 360 What is it? A diverse cast of characters helps bring personality to this action RPG sequel. ESRB Rating: Mature Web site: http://masseffect.bioware.com Question [...]

Weather forces Zias on road for opener

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico When asked who would be the toughest Lone Star Conference challenges for Eastern New Mexico University’s softball squad, senior Alex Mayo Otis started the list, but paused after the first three. “Pretty much, I could name all of them,” said Mayo Otis, a three-time All-LSC South Division selection. “There [...]

Press release: Bingaman says president’s budget proposal invests in NM. military bases

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman today said he believes President Obama’s budget proposal for next year makes the right investments in New Mexico’s military installations. The president today unveiled his 2011 budget, which Congress will use as a blueprint for the spending bills it will pass later this year to fund the federal government. [...]

Press release: Nelson, Altheide selected ENMUSports.com student athletes of week

PORTALES, N.M.—The Eastern New Mexico University basketball teams continued their LSC South schedules last week, with both the Zias and Greyhounds dropping last-minute heartbreakers to Angelo State. Reggie Nelson (Jr., G, Tyler, Texas/Tyler JC) recorded the Greyhounds’ first 30-point game since Justin Redman Trotter accomplished the feat two seasons ago at West Texas A&M. He [...]

Press release: More snow possible

Another round of rain and snow is possible by midweek across much of north and central New Mexico, according to the National Weather Service in Albuquerque.