Zias fall in LSC South opener

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By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico There was little mystery the Zias would be outsized much of the season, and it was especially the case Wednesday with Abilene Christian’s Meyer sisters. But it was in transition, just as much on the inside, where the senior posts combined for 40 points to help the visiting Wildcats […]

No. 7 Fort Lewis pulls away from Zias in second half

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By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Fort Lewis College didn’t want to start 2010 cold at West Texas A&M. The Skyhawks made sure it didn’t start with a loss at Eastern New Mexico University, either. Post Allison Rosel and point guard Abby Jackson each scored 16 points, and the seventh-ranked Skyhawks defeated the Zias 70-53 […]

Getting to know: Minister follows family’s lead

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Isaiah Vance is following in his dad’s footsteps in being a campus minister at Eastern New Mexico University. Vance’s parents work in campus ministries in various places, and he said he saw how much they enjoyed it. He was born in Louisville, Ky., and still has family there. The ENMU instructor of religion moved to […]

Farwell’s Moseley wins fourth round at NFR

Freedom New Mexico Cassie Moseley of Farwell claimed a fourth-round victory in barrel racing Sunday in the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nev. Moseley finished the fourth round with a time of 13.72 seconds, while defending world champ Lindsay Sears of Nanton, Alberta, placed second in 13.76 and took over the aggregate lead. Moseley, […]

ENMU-East Central basketball capsules

Freedom New Mexico Men ENMU (4-2) vs. East Central (1-2), 4 p.m. today in a Lone Star Conference crossover game at Greyhound Arena. Radio: KSEL-FM 105.9. Last outing: The Greyhounds erased a 19-point, first-half deficit to lead briefly down the stretch, but lost 67-63 to Southeastern Oklahoma in a crossover game at Greyhound Arena. ECU […]

Zias’ Mayo Otis honored

Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University outfielder Alex Mayo Otis has received a plaque from the NCAA recognizing her as the toughest hitter to strike out in Division II softball during the 2009 season. Mayo Otis, from Phoenix, struck out just twice in 160 at-bats over 47 games. She tied for the lead in […]

Public meeting on Hotel Clovis project rescheduled

The City of Clovis is preparing to abate the Hotel Clovis to remove asbestos, pigeon guano and lead based paint.

Commanders’ wives expected to lead

By Anita Tedaldi: PNT columnist Being friends with your boss’ wife is always tricky but in the military it can be even more challenging. Picture my husband’s boss’ wife holding my hair back while I puke. It doesn’t exactly translate into a great first impression, let alone a good move for his career. But that’s […]

Last times lead to first-time opportunities

By Joan Clayton: PNT columnist We watched our grandson play his last football game. Jody, being a senior at Abilene Christian University, played his last game just like he had played his first freshman game: 100 percent heart. Even though it was Jody’s “last time” to play, it was also his first time to pursue […]

Feb. 1, 2009 Library Events

This week at the library: Tuesday at 4 p.m. will be the first meeting of the new Teen Writing Group. Carol Erwin, an English instructor from Eastern New Mexico University, will lead the group. Teens interested in taking part in this group should see Youth Services Librarian Heather Christensen for more information. Preschool Storytime meets […]