Short-handed Hounds win opener

Freedom New Mexico Clovis freshman Logan Turnbow drew a key charge late, then followed that with a putback to help Eastern New Mexico University’s men open their 2010-11 basketball season with an 81-76 victory over NAIA member Northern New Mexico on Friday night at Greyhound Arena. Junior guard Versia Hodges shot 12-of-20 from the floor, […]

Hounds hang tight with UNM until late

By Kenn Rodriguez: FNM correspondent ALBUQUERQUE — In its second straight exhibition game against a Division I opponent, Eastern New Mexico started out strong but faded late to fall to the New Mexico Lobos 80-58 at the newly renovated University Arena Wednesday night. Junior guard Stefan Mirabal enjoyed a homecoming of sorts, hitting 5 three-pointers […]

Press release: Freeze Watch for Oct. 27-28

FYI All: Lower Rio Grande Valley-Tularosa Valley-Union County-Harding County-Eastern San Miguel County- Guadalupe County-Quay County-Curry County-Roosevelt County-De Baca County-Chavez County Plains-Eastern Lincoln County-Southwest Chavez County Wed, Oct. 27, 2010 The National Weather Service in Albuquerque has issued a freeze watch which is in effect from late tonight through Thursday morning. • Temperatures — Lows will […]

Nobel Prize goes to deserving recipient

Freedom New Mexico The Nobel Prize for Literature has of late been awarded all too often to obscure novelists whose purported resistance to authority and mere fashion consisted of embracing a safe and fashionable brand of academically approved leftism combined with a modest talent. In the process, what Washington Post literary critic Marie Arana called […]

Late goal lifts Hounds past UTPB

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 […]

Former Cannon commander promoted

A lieutenant general who served as operations commander of Cannon Air Force Base in the late 1990s is being promoted to vice chief of staff of the Air Force. Lt. Gen. Philip M. Breedlove will assume the position in March, replacing Gen. Howie Chandler, who is slated to retire, according to an article in Air […]

Cooler weather, shorter days in store for Cannon

By Jim Robinson, meteorological tech: 27th Special Operations Support Squadron September begins the gradual but perceptible transition from summer into autumn and features some of the most pleasant weather conditions of the year here. Qualitatively speaking, the typical summertime pattern of relatively frequent late day thunderstorms diminishes through the month as the sun’s influence wanes. […]

Second Stripes store location planned for November

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Argen Duncan A new Stripes convenience store is going up at the corner of 18th Street and Avenue D. Stripes Vice President of Marketing Rod Martin said in an e-mail that the new store is expected to open in late November and create 18-22 jobs. Portales already has one Stripes, at Lime Street and U.S. […]

Cover of darkness no refuge from angry cow

Baxter Black Late-night calls are usually not good news. Especially if it is the police calling to tell you a car has hit a cow on the highway. Jack got the call at 11:15 p.m. on a Friday night. The local police all have his number because he knows the country, all the ranches and […]

Weddings —

Rawdon Laura Kathryn Ingle and John Gaylan Raymond Rawdon were joined in marriage at 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 29, 2010, in Taos. The Rev. Richard Mohr performed the ceremony at Saint James Episcopal Church. The bride is the daughter of Bruce and Kathryn Mays of Coppell, Texas, and Sen. Stuart Ingle of Portales. She […]

Fires burn near Causey

Freedom New Mexico Roosevelt County firefighters battled three grass fires late Tuesday night. Ann Clark, Causey Fire Department secretary, said a fire near Causey burned 87 acres and no injuries were reported. Darrell Chenault, acting fire chief of the Elida Fire Department, said the two fires his department handled were about two acres each, and […]

Slice of life: Time takes on new meaning

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By Helena Rodriguez Ten minutes late used to be considered fashionably late. Now it seems like that is being on time to some people. If 10 minutes late is on time, does that mean being punctual is actually being early? And if being 10 minutes tardy is being punctual, then when are you tardy? As […]

People not always as they appear

By Glenda Price: PNT columnist Max showed up at our ranch headquarters one late spring day, looking for work. Said he’d caught a ride the 25 miles from town with the mailman and walked the two miles from the mailbox. Said he wasn’t a great horseman, but he was willing to do any kind of […]

Angelo pulls away late from Hounds

Freedom New Mexico SAN ANGELO, Texas — Junior guard LaMarshall Corbett led a balanced attack with 19 points and Angelo State pulled away down the stretch to beat Eastern New Mexico University 84-72 Saturday night in Lone Star Conference men’s basketball. The win keeps the Rams (16-9, 7-3 South) entrenched in third place in the […]

Business feature: Businessman likens computers to patients

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Yurem Diaz, owner of DiAZY (pronounced De-Ya-zee) Computer Services and More in Portales, got interested in computers in high school in the late 1990s. “Everyone was excited,” Diaz said. “I always wanted to use a computer … it was the first time anyone had actually had them in school and stuff.” Diaz said when it […]

Thursday school closings, delays

Some area schools have announced plans to start late Thursday due to inclement weather.

Delayed reporting for non-essential Cannon personnel

27th SOW Public Affairs Late reporting of 9 a.m. for non-essential personnel Thursday. Mission essential personnel will report as normal.

Jan. 29 – Feb. 4 What's Happening

Friday Late Nighter — 9 p.m. to 3 am., The Landing Zone. Snofest Trip — Keystone Resort. Information: 784-2773. Family Bowl-a-Rama — 5 p.m., Cannon Lanes. Information: 784-2280. Friends of the Library book sale — 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Clovis-Carver Public Library.

Late Nighter events open to community

By Argen Duncan: Cannon Connections Building community and dancing all night — people age 21 and older can do both at Late Nighter events at The Landing at Cannon Air Force Base. The dance is open to Cannon personnel and the surrounding community. It includes free snacks, alcohol and two disc jockeys playing at the […]

Jan. 15 -Jan. 21 What's Happening

Friday Late Nighter — 9 p.m. to 3 a.m., The Landing Zone. Albuquerque Youth Orchestra concert — 7:30 p.m., Marshall Auditorium. Admission free.