Kevin Wilson It’s often a bad year for a family when it applies to the Salvation Army for help during the Christmas season. But a greater number of people got helped during the season due to a higher-than-expected donation haul for the charity’s Empty Stocking Fund. As of Friday, the Salvation Army had received $10,113.92 […]
Freedom New Mexico Junior defender Emily Simon scored off a corner kick from freshman forward Alysia Carrasco in the first half on Friday, and the Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team held on for a 1-0 Lone Star Conference victory over Texas Woman’s at the ENMU pitch. The goal, Simon’s third of the season, […]
By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico When Eastern New Mexico University senior Bracy McCoy blocked a late field goal try to preserve the Greyhounds’ 23-21 Lone Star Conference win last week at Angelo State, it gave the program a much-needed boost. To borrow from Yogi Berra, it was also a case of deja vu all […]
Freedom New Mexico AUSTIN, Texas — The Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer team is getting used to this overtime thing. The Greyhounds played their school-record sixth OT contest in the last eight games on Sunday, managing a 1-1 non-league tie against St. Edward’s when sophomore midfielder Julian Roberts scored on a free kick with […]
Alisa Boswell It’s time to clean up Portales again, according to Portales Deputy City Clerk Veda Urioste, who coordinates the annual Portales Tas No Mas, previously called the Trek for Trash. Urioste said this year, the city coordinated the event to happen the weekend before Eastern New Mexico University homecoming. “We kind of geared it […]
Freedom New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico University men stayed unbeaten Monday with a 1-1 double overtime tie with visiting Wayland Baptist. Sophomore midfielder Luiz Buosi scored his second goal for ENMU (4-0-2) and senior goalkeeper Peter Horak made four saves in his first appearance of the season. The Pioneers (3-3-2) struck first when Jevaughn […]
Freedom New Mexico The third time proved to be the charm Thursday for Colorado School of Mines. After letting a pair of one-goal leads slip away, junior midfielder Megan Woodworth converted a cross passing from junior Aubrey Bagley about 4 1/2 minutes into overtime as the Orediggers edged Eastern New Mexico University 3-2 in the […]
Successful — that’s how participants for the 2011 Portales Relay for Life said they could best sum up the event. Relay for Life chairperson Cathy Hess said team numbers and money raised this year increased from the numbers in the last relay, held in 2009. “I think there was a significant growth,” Hess said. “Just […]
March 10, 1944: The Portales Daily News: Teachers of the public schools averaged a little over $5 each in the Red Cross Campaign, members of the campaign announced this morning. Their goal was $7,500 for Red Cross war work.
Portales resident Darynda Jones has been writing toward publication for nine years. She realized her goal when on Feb. 1 her first book “First Grave on the Right” was published. The book, the first of a trilogy, tells the story of a private investigator who sees dead people — dead people who want her to […]
USAF photo: Greg Allen Nicole Luft, the Curry and Roosevelt counties Combined Federal Campaign coordinator, watches Oct. 27 as Col. Stephen Clark, 27th Special Operations Wing commander, signs his donation to the 2010 CFC. By 27th SOW Public Affairs The 2010 Combined Federal Campaign season is under way, and the goal this year for the […]
Freedom New Mexico ODESSA, Texas — Without a win since entering the NCAA Division II rankings two weeks ago for the first time in school history, the Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer team was getting hungry. Sophomore defender Michael Stewart scored his first goal of the season with 8:56 left, heading a corner kick […]
Andy Wilkinson scored his first goal of the season 13 minutes into overtime, helping Eastern New Mexico University take a 2-1 win over Colorado-Colorado Springs Sunday at the ENMU pitch. Emerson Rodrigues, who scored the first goal for the Greyhounds (2-0), found Wilkinson on a cross pass, and Wilkinson redirected the ball past Mountain Lions […]
Clarence Plank Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer coach Ray Nause said it will take a collective effort to replace all-time leading goal scorer Samantha Lawrence. Lawrence scored 37 goals in her four seasons at the school. “Obviously we have to replace the goals that she scored,” said Nause, in his third season at ENMU. […]
Aug. 26, 1955: The Ladies Aid of the Central Christian Church had met in the home of E.T. Hensley to announce the $3,000 goal for the new church building had been attained.
By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer The goal for the annual Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce fireworks display has exploded. Donations not only met the $8,000 mark for the annual Smokin’ Fourth of July on Sunday, but exceeded it by $2,000. Portales Mayor Sharon King, who is also executive director of the chamber, said Tuesday […]
By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on making fabric gifts, goal setting and visualization techniques will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Vivian Lavinskas will show how to use leftover cotton and cotton blend remnants to make a bread basket that is simple enough for even beginning […]
By Robin Haislett: ENMU Communication Services Eastern New Mexico University students have been hard at work this school year exceeding their goal of 75 community service projects in honor of ENMU’s 75th anniversary. Each organization created its own fundraiser with help from Barbara James, director of Campus Life, and other members of her staff.
The following are candidates for state Attorney General in the June 1 primary election. Incumbent Gary King is running unopposed for the Democrat nomination. Matt Chandler is running unopposed for the Republican nomination. Both were asked the same set of questions. Matt Chandler Republican Q: What are your specific goals for this position if elected? […]