Buffs crush Hounds in LSC tourney

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CMI staff ALLEN, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s stay in the Lone Star Conference men’s postseason tournament was a short one. Third-seeded West Texas A&M broke a 10-10 tie with 13 unanswered points and never looked back in an 80-47 drubbing of the No. 6 Greyhounds on Wednesday afternoon in the first basketball game […]

Hounds’ Nelson makes All-LSC first team

CMI staff ALLEN, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University senior guard Reggie Nelson was chosen to the All-Lone Star Conference men’s first team on Tuesday night at the LSC pre-tournament awards banquet. Nelson, who did not play last year, was an honorable mention All-LSC South choice in 2009-10. He ranks second in the league in […]

Anniversaries — Feb. 5

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Allen D.H. and Gwen Allen of Grady will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 11 at the Grady Allen Hall in Grady. The celebration will be hosted by friends and family. The couple was married Feb. 8, 1942, in Littlefield, Texas. They have one child. D.H. is a […]

Their view: Let’s bring back leadership we can be proud of

Allen Weh, an Albuquerque business executive, military veteran and former candidate for governor of New Mexico, writes about the state of America:

Year in Review: Agriculture producers had good year

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PNT staff report Agriculture this year saw good harvests overall, an increase in cotton and a little relief for dairy owners. Floyd farmer Allen Deen said Roosevelt County had 75 percent more cotton than normal this year, and Kenny Whitecotton of Strippers Custom Harvesting estimated the county had 5,000 to 6,000 acres of the crop. […]

Their view: Candidate vows to fight corruption

Allen Weh, a Republican candidate for New Mexico governor, has this to say about government corruption: “Public corruption in New Mexico has reached embarrassing levels and has redefined “politics as usual” in our state — for the worst. “As a candidate for governor, my first pledge to the people of New Mexico will be to […]

Governor hopeful says unraveling corruption high on priorities

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Allen Weh said unraveling corruption and doing away with unnecessary or irrational regulations are top priorities for him if he should become governor. Weh spoke to a group of more than 75 during a meeting of the High Plains Patriots Thursday night at the Master’s Centre in Clovis. A […]

Farmers: Recent rain not enough

By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer Recent rains have helped crops in Roosevelt and Curry counties, but farms and ranches still need more, producers said. Allen Deen, who dryland farms southeast of Floyd, said his family is planting hay grazer and milo. “We’re just marginal on our moisture, but we’re kind of running out of […]

Governor hopeful testing waters

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Allen Weh said Tuesday he’s not officially running for governor yet. But he also said he’s made his first campaign promise, and he’s running his exploratory campaign as if he is a candidate — and people can draw their own conclusions. “We’re doing this in a campaign mode,” said […]

Jan. 10, 1962

T. R. Allen and his wife, Marie, resumed ownership of the College Cleaners at 1015 W. Second St. after leaving 18 months earlier.

12-16 Public Record

The following people applied for marriage licenses: • Benjamin Allen Herring, 32, and Shelly Lee Swinney, 26. • Randy J. Ornelas, 26, and Sabina A. Romero, 18. • Joaquin S. Torres, 19, and Chelsea L. Allison, 18. • Bobby Stone Timmons, 38, and Christy Johanna Cook, 35. • Roger Dale Martin Sr., 63, and Linda […]

12-2 Public Record

The following marriage licenses were recently filed in the Roosevelt County Courthouse: • Nathan D. Wood, 21, and Janet L. Kimbrell, 22, both of Portales. • Aldo D. Valenzuela, 25, and Milbia J. Marquez, 24, both of Portales. • Gregory O. Hill, 37, and Julie A. Watson, 28, both of Portales. • Benjamin Allen Herring, […]

Things not always as they appear

By Kevin WIlson: Freedom New Mexico I was closing out my treadmill session at the gym a few weeks ago, and I saw something I couldn’t stay silent about. There was somebody parking his truck in the handicapped spot in front of the gym. Without a handicapped plaque visible in his cab. While walking in […]

August 21, 1981

• Seven-year-old Shawn Burrow won the booster division of the Shepherd and Sheep in Wool Lead Class, while 11-year-old Toni Clark won the junior division, and 16-year-old Janet Baker won the senior division. The competition was held during the Roosevelt County Fair. • John Travolta and Nancy Allen starred in Blow Out, playing at the […]

Foul odor concerns neighbors

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Zoning and nuisance issues dominated Tuesday’s regular meeting of the Roosevelt County Commission. County residents Butch and Tommy Allen raised concerns about a neighbor who has moved in approximately 80 calf hutches on adjoining property near their home just west of the city limits. Not only are the hutches […]

Career on the rise

By Casey Peacock: PNT staff writer Quiet and unassuming, Eastern New Mexico University head baker Julio Rodriguez spends his work days rolling out pastries and breads to feed hungry students, faculty and staff. Starting in 1966, Rodriguez began working in the dish room, then later moved to the kitchen, washing pots and pans. His hands […]

Feeding the classes

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By William Thompson Tony Allen, general manager of Sodexho food service operations at the Eastern New Mexico University cafeteria, brings decades of gourmet experience to the job. Allen said his two most influential teachers along the way were his father and a European chef, Egon Petersen. “Egon was the chef at the Regency Hotel in […]

Theaters get renovations

By David Irvin By David Irvin Freedom Newspapers David_Irvin@link.freedom.com An expansion project at Allen Theaters in the North Plains Mall that was delayed more than two months by heavy rain this fall is nearing completion. Russell Allen, general manager of Allen Theaters, said the projected opening date for the new-look complex that will feature three […]

Bronchos turn back Zias late

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By Dave Wagner Freshman forward Lacie Allen hit a 3-pointer from the key with 14 seconds left Thursday night, lifting Central Oklahoma to a 54-52 victory over Eastern New Mexico University in a Lone Star Conference women’s crossover game at Greyhound Arena. Allen had missed her only previous 3-point attempt in the game and was […]

Dec. 12 Obituaries

E.J. Gossett, 83 Mr. E. J. Gossett, 83, died Thursday, Dec. 9, 2004, in Portales. He was born on Sept. 17, 1921, in Ryan, Okla., to Ida and Charlie P. Gossett. He graduated from Floyd High School in 1942, and enlisted in the Army Air Corps. He served for 33 months in North Africa. On […]