Kingsville hands Zias 77-61 setback

Freedom New Mexico KINGSVILLE, Texas — Senior guard Dyana Bullinger scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Saturday and Texas A&M-Kingsville handed Eastern New Mexico University a 77-61 loss in Lone Star Conference South Division women’s basketball. Bullinger went 13-of-14 from the foul line for the Javelinas (13-4, 1-1 South), who improved to 8-0 at […]

Tourism dead at hands of cartels

By Glenda Price: FNM columnist Forty-five years ago it was perfectly fine for young people to cross the border into Mexico in search of fun. In those days the drug cartels’ bloody fights were not a factor. In Juarez we could have our feet measured and order Western riding boots much cheaper than at home. […]

Letter to the editor: Biggest critics have hands held out

Biggest critics have hands held out Several recent stories in the paper highlighted the fact that Clovis and Portales have not been hit nearly as hard by the recession as most of the rest of the country. But there has been little discussion as to why. There are two main reasons. 1. We have a […]

Flag is symbol of sacrifice

By Joan Clayton: PNT columnist Remember when people saluted the flag with pride? Men removed hats, and hands were placed on hearts. No one talked when the flag went by, and many had a teary eye. I admire those who salute the flag. I also admire parents who teach their children why we honor the […]

Financial advice found in guide

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By Eric Butler: Freedom New Mexico At the end of a long, distinguished career in the military, those in the service are practically experts on how to make a smooth transition in moving across country or even to other countries. But what about those just starting out? Those in need of handy moving tips, whether […]

Tarleton hands Hounds pair of LSC setbacks

Freedom New Mexico STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Tarleton State overcame an early 6-0 deficit with three big innings in the opener and the Texans went on to a 19-10, 7-2 Lone Star Conference baseball sweep over Eastern new Mexico University on Friday. Six players drove in at least two runs in the seven-inning opener as the […]

Kingsville hands Hounds 12th straight loss

KINGSVILLE, Texas — Good board play and solid shooting weren’t enough for the Greyhounds to get their first win in more than a month as the Eastern New Mexico University men lost to Texas A&M-Kingsville 74-69 Wednesday night in a Lone Star Conference South game. Junior forward Brandon Wilson led three Hounds (4-21, 0-10 LSC […]

Education feature: Science class uses hands-on approach

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By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer Gentlemen, start your mousetraps. Students in Laura DeBusk’s eighth-grade science classes at Portales Junior High School learn with hands-on projects, including recently built mousetrap-powered cars. Last week, the youth brought their finished projects to school and raced them in the courtyard. DeBusk said she was pleased with their work. […]

Hounds have hands full with Texas A&M—Commerce

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By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico In a battle of projected Lone Star Conference division winners, Texas A&M-Commerce didn’t come out too well last week. The Lions, North Division favorites, fell behind 35-0 at halftime and absorbed a 45-14 shellacking at the hands of No. 4 Abilene Christian, the projected South winner. Never mind that, […]

On the lookout

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By Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico As Branden Marshall entered La Hacienda Restaurant in Portales, he was greeted by the owners and manager. Carrying a clipboard, Marshall headed directly to the kitchen. His first order of business; washing his hands. Marshall is one of three health inspectors with the New Mexico Environment Department based in […]