Nov. 20, 1961: Portales News-Tribune: Gail McCormack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McCormack of Rogers, was singing in the second soprano section of the Meistersinger Chorus at Lubbock Christian College.
Freedom New Mexico American Idol hit Melinda Doolittle takes the stage Saturday in Clovis. With a voice described as big and soulful, the sixth season finalist of the popular TV show is performing as part of Clovis Community College’s Cultural Arts Series. As a child, Doolittle was tone-deaf and was asked by a choir teacher […]
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. College meeting The Clovis Community College board of trustees will be holding their monthly meeting 8 a.m. Wednesday in room 512. The meeting is open to the public. Land use info Information about the Cannon Air Force Base Joint Land Use Study is available […]
Alisa Boswell Eastern New Mexico University students plan to be up all night writing, with no homework involved. The college’s student government and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital out of Memphis, Tenn. have teamed up for a fundraising event called “Up ‘Til Dawn,” to be held at the Campus Union Building. From 8 p.m. Friday […]
Oct. 24, 1947: The Portales Daily News: Two chemistry students at Eastern New Mexico College escaped serious injury because of the quick action of laboratory assistants after a sodium explosion.
Oct. 18, 1953: The Portales Daily News: Jerry Dickson, Portales drum major of the Sul Ross State College Band, did a solo performance during half-time between Sul Ross and Southwest Texas State College.
Midwestern State 44, ENMU 17, final
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. Senior parent night Clovis High School is hosting the class of 2011 senior parent night 6:30 p.m. today at CHS lecture hall. College entrance exams, college application process, information on scholarships, financial aid, graduation, career exploration will be discussed at the meeting. Information: CHS […]
Aug. 29, 1945: Eastern New Mexico College was planning to have a football team for the first time since the beginning of the war in 1941. Coach Al Garten was expecting 25 boys for practice.
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Friday briefing. Clovis native honored Dalton (Ga.) State College has honored former president and Clovis native James A. Burran,dedicating the college’s 75-foot bell tower in his name. Burran grew up in Clovis and graduated from Clovis High School in 1968.