By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Josh Megyeri had a shooting debut to remember, and Western New Mexico had a start it would like to forget. Playing in its season debut, and the Eastern New Mexico University coaching debut for Andrew Helton, the Greyhounds held Western to one field goal in the first eight minutes […]
According to the Portales News-Tribune, there were eight petitions being circulated in Portales for a local option election to repeal the county’s bone-dry condition. Some Portales businessmen felt Portales trade would suffer when Clovis got its taverns and package stores in about 60 days.
By Anita Tedaldi: FNM columnist A few days ago, my eight year old daughter Luisa burst into tears at the mall and told me that she’s too big. Luisa knows that she’s overweight, and when she tried on some outfits at the store, none of them flattered her figure. She was crushed and through tears […]
By Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico When the town of Blacktower faded away, the only thing left behind was its dead. The Blacktower Cemetery, located west of the Chavez West Housing edition near Cannon Air Force Base, appears to be a fraction of what it used to be. About eight headstones stick inches, and possibly […]
The Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer team has signed eight players to national letters-of-intent. Signings, according to a university release, include: • Alistair Cantwell, goalkeeper Kilmarnock, Scotland • A.J. Bauckman, defender, Coppell, Texas • Jordan Tinaglia, defender, Littleton, Colo., the brother of former Greyhound goalkeeper Josh Tinaglia • Sean Diaz, defender, Sachse, Texas • […]
PNT Staff Report Roosevelt General Hospital, 42121 U.S. 70, has scheduled a free eight-week smoking cessation class at 5 p.m. on Tuesdays staring April 7 in the hospital conference room. RGH is sponsoring the class through the American Lung Association. Information: Laura at 359-1800 extension 471.
By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico As they prepare to wind down painful seasons tonight, both Eastern New Mexico University basketball teams can point to games that got away during 0-11 runs though the Lone Star Conference South Division. The Greyhounds and Zias get their final crack at division success when they host Abilene Christian […]
Choir excels The choir students competed at the New Mexico Music Educators Association Solo and Ensemble Festival Feb. 14 in Clovis. The Portales Junior High School Treble Choir group, eight students, sang “Durme” and were named outstanding ensemble for the entire day.
By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico A little home cooking took care of any effects of a potentially tough loss for the Eastern New Mexico University softball team. The Zias completed the sweep of a two-day, four-game homestand on Friday by pounding Oklahoma Panhandle State 9-6 and 13-3 at Zia Softball Field. ENMU (9-5), which […]
Freedom New Mexico The first of eight Aug. 24 jail escapees caught by police is getting another two and a half years behind bars, according to a press release from the district attorney’s office. Victor Apodaca, 40, pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of escape from custody and was sentenced as a habitual offender. Apodaca […]
By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico columnist Oklahoma and Florida meet Thursday night. One will be college football’s champion, with an imperfect 13-1 record. The other
Roosevelt General Hospital has scheduled a free eight-week smoking-cessation class on Tuesdays beginning Jan. 13 in the hospital conference room. The class provides instruction to help individuals stop smoking in a healthy way with positive reinforcement from peers and instructors. Class instructor Laura Murdock and her assistant, Bill Rice, both nurses, are trained for the […]
One hundred sixty-eight peanut growers turned out to vote in an election to restore quotas on marketing and acreage over the following three years. They comprised almost half of the 400 peanut growers in the valley.
By Karl Terry: Freedom New Mexico columnist Sometimes I wonder whatever became of my 8-track tapes. I’ve wondered, but not enough to go search the closets at my mother’s house to see if they’re still there. The collection, prized by me through high school, but not all that impressive compared to others, was safely nestled […]
By Mickey Winfield: PNT Staff Writer As Eastern New Mexico University prepares to celebrate its 2008 Homecoming this weekend, a group of eight educators is the first class of the university’s new Educators Hall of Honor. Buck Wilson, founding member of the ENMU Foundation and former president, brought the idea to honor the educators forward […]
PNT Staff Report Hospital offers smoking cessation Roosevelt General Hospital is holding its second free eight-week Smoking Cessation class starting Oct. 7. The class from 5:15-7:15 p.m. on Tuesdays in the Roosevelt General Hospital. Class instructor Laura Murdock and her assistants, Bill Rice and Jessica Meeks, are trained by the New Mexico Medical Review Association […]
By Sharna_Johnson: Freedom New Mexico Two of the eight inmates who escaped Sunday night from the Curry County Adult Detention Center were captured Monday night in Texas, according to officials. Raynaldo Enriquez, 19, was captured around 6:30 p.m. Monday in the Lubbock area, according to Curry County Undersheriff Wesley Waller. Javier Zapata, 19, was captured […]
Freedom New Mexico A man convicted of second-degree murder for the shooting death of a 10-year-old Clovis boy will serve 24 years in prison after a judge added eight years to his sentence Wednesday, according to the district attorney’s office. During a bench trial to evaluate sentencing, District Judge Teddy Hartley enhanced the sentence of […]