CMI staff The Lone Star Conference basketball regular season is down to its final week. All but one of the 21 teams — 10 men’s, 11 women’s — remain in the running for the conference tournament, which is slated for Feb. 29-March 4 at Allen, Texas. The top eight teams on each side qualify. For […]
Freedom New Mexico CANYON, Texas — The final two days of a three-day event hosted by West Texas A&M were canceled due to cold and windy weather conditions. Eastern New Mexico University’s softball team went 2-1 in three games on Friday. The Zias (3-4) were to face Texas-Permian Basin and Oklahoma Panhandle State on Saturday. […]
Freedom New Mexico SAN ANTONIO — The final day of games in the St. Mary’s NCAA Division II College Classic softball tournament was canceled on Saturday due to storms in the area. More rain was expected today and Monday, so the slate of games will not be made up. Eastern New Mexico University, which went […]
Freedom New Mexico Tarleton State went 8-for-8 from the free throw line in the final 46 seconds, including four from sophomore guard Brianna Bledsoe, and the TexAnns held on for a 78-70 Lone Star Conference women’s basketball victory over Eastern New Mexico University on Wednesday night at Greyhound Arena. Senior guard Kiara Tate, who scored […]
Larry Booker Coming off a 5-21 season with a first-year head coach, one might assume the Zias would find themselves overmatched in their season opener against the No. 6-ranked team in NCAA Division II. This would not be the case Saturday night as ENMU battled down to the final minutes in their 84-74 loss to […]
Standings Regular-season final Conf. All W-L W-L West Texas A&M 19-1 30-2 Angelo St. 17-3 28-4 Abilene Christian 14-6 20-12 Tarleton St. 13-7 19-13 Texas Woman’s 11-9 13-16 Cameron 9-11 15-14 A&M-Kingsville 7-13 15-14 Midwestern St. 7-13 15-15 Incarnate Word 6-14 12-18 A&M-Commerce 6-14 11-17 E. New Mexico 1-19 6-24 Nov. 3 matches Texas Woman’s […]
Alisa Boswell The final day for the Roosevelt County Fair was dedicated to the children of Roosevelt county, a day full of children’s events that kicked off with the Kiwanis Pet Show. Taylor Bashaw, 8, showed off her border collie, Mackie, who received a ribbon for being so long. “She’s really good and she listens […]
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Video game of the week Fresh from the desk of our own Jenna Zamie, whose tireless research is legend. Game: Bastion Genre: Action RPG System: 360, PC What is it? A diverse adventure game with a great deal of flexibility. ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+ […]
The Roosevelt Wind Ranch, to be built between Elida and Dora, is approaching the final stages for project negotiations. The vice-president of development for Terra-Gen Power, Bill Castor, told Roosevelt County commissioners at a special meeting Wednesday in the county courthouse that his company is in its final stages of planning with only a Power […]
USAF: Senior Airman Julianne Showalter An MQ-1 Predator prepares for takeoff in support of operations in Southwest Asia. Air Force officials accepted MQ-1 Predator tail number 268, the last manufactured for the service in a ceremony March 3. By: 88th Air Base Wing Public Affairs WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — The Air Force accepted […]
Alisa Boswell The competition grew in intensity Thursday as it got down to two final contestants — eighth-grade student Alejandro Munoz and fifth-grade student Magaly Najera. The words presented by announcer Antonia Salaz grew in difficulty in the final round of the Portales Municipal Schools’ annual Spanish spelling bee. It ended with Munoz winning, spelling […]
Courtesy photo The Cannon Air Force Base women’s varsity basketball team reached the championship game of the 14th annual Rangerette Tournament in December at Fort Sam Houston. Cannon lost to Fort Bliss in the final. Cannon beat Lackland and Tinker in the six-team tournament. Their next tournament appearance will be at the 17th annual MLK […]
Freedom New Mexico Clovis High graduate Travis Reid shot a 4-over-par 76 in the third and final round Friday and finished tied for 38th at the Nevada Open in Mesquite, Nev. Reid finished at 3-under 213 and earned $537. He was tied for 17th at 7-under entering the final round. Brady Schnell beat former La […]
High school final exams on Friday School is in session five days this week for grades 7-12. Elementary students will not have to attend on Friday. Final exams will be administered to high school students today through Friday. Thursday and Friday will be early-release days, with buses running at 12:35 p.m. both days. Students will […]
I sent the final postcard to Bob before Christmas. For the last 20 years I’ve sent a postcard to Bob and Dottie from every place I traveled. That would be over a thousand cards. I didn’t write much on them, just where I was, what the weather was doin’, and maybe what group I was […]
The Department of Veterans Affairs published its final regulation Aug. 31 for compensating Vietnam veterans with ischemic heart disease, Parkinson’s disease or B-cell leukemia, or their surviving spouses. Veterans diagnosed with these diseases only will have to show they stepped foot in Vietnam sometime from Jan. 9, 1962 through May 7, 1975, to qualify for […]
Kevin Wilson New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson paid one of his final official visits to eastern New Mexico Thursday, when he gave $125,000 to Eastern New Mexico University’s digital cinema arts program. Following the ceremony, he took a few questions from Freedom New Mexico and News 3 New Mexico (KENW-TV) reporters.
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Final winner John Zitzelsberger is this fifth, and final, winner in the drawing for The Freedom New Mexico newsletter contest.
An estimated 200,000 Vietnam veterans suffering from three diseases newly associated with exposure to Agent Orange are closer to receiving disability compensation following an appeals court order Aug. 2 directing VA to publish a final implementing regulation within 30 days. On a lawsuit brought by a coalition of veterans’ service organizations, the U.S. Court of […]
Aug. 4, 1950: Final plans for the new Portales Hotel were in the hands of the Lambie Construction Co. Orders were being rushed for all materials needed to complete the structure, the Portales Daily News reported.