Elliott Spc. Candace Elliott, daughter of Robert and Julie Elliott Clovis, graduated from Army Basic Combat Training in Fort Jackson, S.C. July 19. She was assigned to CO A, 2nd Battalion, 60th Infantry Regiment. She will be attending AIT at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas.
Elliott Candace Elliott, daughter of Robert and Julie Elliott, arrived at Fort Jackson, S.C. on May 9, to begin the first phase of her nine weeks of Army Basic Combat Training. She will graduate in July.
Jan Elliott of Clovis was selected as the 25th annual Governor’s Award for Outstanding New Mexico Women. She has been the executive director for EMS Region III for 21 years. She will be recognized as one of 20 winners of the award at a banquet in Albuquerque May 7. One winner will be inducted into […]
By Gabriel Monte, Freedom New Mexico Robert Elliott doubts that he’ll ever meet his students in person. With his computer serving as a virtual classroom, Elliott will teach online courses in aviation science from Eastern New Mexico University’s Roswell campus. His students are located across the country and in South America and Africa. The former […]
David Watkins Services: Have been held. David Wayne Watkins, 39, of Waco, Texas, died Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005, at a Fort Worth, Texas hospital. He was in the U.S. Air Force and stationed at Cannon Air Force Base. Survivors include his wife, Debbie Kilgore Watkins; three daughters, Hollie, Anna and Maria, all of Waco, Texas; […]
Kevin Wilson: PNT Staff Writer Bud Elliott believed in the words of George Washington Carver: “Take what you have with what you are, make something of it, and never be satisfied.” On Monday, friends, coworkers and relatives recalled just how the former Eastern New Mexico University football coach lived by those words. About 575 people […]
Freedom Newspapers Our region lost a good man last week. Bud Elliott, the longtime football coach at Eastern New Mexico University, died early Tuesday morning. He was 73. Memorial services are scheduled for 3 p.m. Monday at the Campus Union Ballroom on the ENMU campus. Elliott was one of college football’s all-time winningest coaches, compiling […]
Harold “Bud” Elliott Services: 3 p.m. Monday at Eastern New Mexico University Campus Union Ballroom. Mr. Harold ‘Bud’ Elliott, 73, of Portales, died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005, at Lubbock Heart Hospital in Lubbock, Texas. He was born Dec. 24, 1931, in Miami County, Kan. to Ellis Lucille and Harold Francis Elliott. He grew up in […]
By Kevin Wilson Harold “Bud” Elliott, the longtime football coach at Eastern New Mexico University, died Tuesday morning of heart and kidney failure in Lubbock, family members said. He was 73. Elliott was remembered by colleagues as a man with a great sense of humor, a greater sense of morals and an indescribable drive as […]
By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Former Eastern New Mexico University football coach Harold “Bud” Elliott made a lasting impression on many of his colleagues around the Lone Star Conference. Elliott, ENMU’s football coach from 1994-2004, died early Tuesday at the age of 73 in Lubbock from heart and kidney failure. West Texas A&M’s Don Carthel, […]