Sept. 25 Local Briefs

Skate park meetings start Youth and parents are invited to a meeting for the creation of a skate park at the Recreation Center. The meetings will be held 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday at the Recreation Center. For information, contact Lorenzo Baca at 760-7562, Jimmy Shiner at 714-5603 or Mary Carvey at 218-5048.

Greyhounds gaining steam

By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Despite a slow start to their season, Eastern New Mexico University’s Brian Swan thinks the Greyhounds can make some noise in the men’s Southwest Soccer Conference. Swan assisted on ENMU’s final goal Sunday, and the Hounds held on for a 3-2 victory over St. Mary’s at the ENMU soccer pitch. […]

Zias drop to 0-6

Freedom Newspapers At Austin, Texas, ENMU continued to struggle, dropping to 0-6 for the season with a 30-28, 30-26, 30-26 loss to St. Mary’s in their final match in the Heartland/Lone Star Challenge on Saturday. Junior Grace George had 16 kills and five block assists for the Zias, who went 0-3 in the weekend event. […]

5/19 Obituaries

Mary Aragon, 75 Services: 6 p.m. Friday at Steed-Todd Chapel in Clovis. Mrs. Mary Stella Zamora Aragon, 75, of Portales, died Sunday, May 15, 2005, at Roosevelt General Hospital in Portales. She was born on March 11, 1930, in Roy, to Benito and Valentina Zamora. She was preceded in death by her parents; three sons, […]

Pope remembered for leading by example

By Helena Rodriguez: PNT columnist When we lived in Abilene, Texas, my daughter, Laura, called me from a youth conference at the archdiocese in San Angelo and excitedly exclaimed, “I met The Pope!” I was like “What?” and then I started rolling in laughter. When I told this to my friend, Debra Vasquez, who was […]

Ihde a big name with cancer research

By Laurie Stone: PNT Correspondent Dr. Daniel C. Ihde was a medical scientist that was nationally important in cancer research. He died Dec. 9, 2004, after a long illness. Ihde was a private person but his attitude towards life added knowledge to the medical field changing the face of medical history while extending the lives […]

Hounds look to build on strong outing

By Dave Wagner The Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team can only hope the Christmas break didn’t come at a bad time. The Greyhounds (4-6), who haven’t played since thrashing a decent St. Mary’s squad 79-41 on Dec. 19 at Las Vegas, Nev., return to game action with a 7 p.m. contest today against […]

Hounds make total turnaround in rout

Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball coach Shawn Scanlan didn’t know the team he coached on Saturday in the High Desert Classic in Las Vegas, Nev. He didn’t really expect the team he saw on Sunday. Dominating a good opponent from start to finish, the Greyhounds (4-6) thrashed St. Mary’s 79-41 to gain a split […]

Our Lady of Guadalupe: Icon has survived centuries

By Helena Rodriguez Images of Our Lady of Guadalupe are printed on jewelry and T-shirts. Rivers, mountains and towns bear her name. Her image is displayed in homes and cathedrals and both males and females are named after her. Since the first reported apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico in 1531, this Virgin […]

Jan. 5 Obituaries

Mary Norris, 57 Mary Louise Norris, 57, died Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2004, at Timpanogos Hospital in Orem, Utah. She was born Sept. 28, 1947 to Lyle and Jean Norris in Las Vegas. She graduated from high school at Johnson Air Base in Japan, and was a graduate of Eastern New Mexico University in Portales. She […]

Nov. 14 Obituaries

John Waide, 86 John Ed Waide, 86, of Fort Cobb, Okla., died Friday, Nov. 12, 2004, at his home. He was born on May 19, 1918, in Hale County, Texas, to Ed and Ollie P. Gipson Waide. He married Mary Geraldine Jones on Nov. 30, 1939, in Portales. He attended school in Sunny Side, Texas. […]

Hounds get best of Rattlers

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By Dave Wagner ’s too bad, says Eastern New Mexico University midfielder Joseph Alvarez, that the Greyhounds’ first soccer season is about to end. ENMU, which earlier in the week played rival West Texas A&M to a scoreless tie, continued its late-season, five-match homestand Friday with a 3-1 Southwest Soccer Conference win over St. Mary’s. […]

Zias finish sweep in WT volleyball event

PNT Staff CANYON, Texas — The Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team completed a three-game sweep in the Lady Buff Challenge, hosted by West Texas A&M, beating St. Mary’s 30-24, 27-30, 30-28, 30-24 and Texas A&M-Commerce 30-19, 30-21, 30-20 on Friday. The Zias (15-5), ranked sixth in the Southwest Region, won their first match in […]

Oct. 3 Obituaries

Daniel Boone, 49 Daniel “Dan” Scott Boone, 49, died Friday, Oct. 1, 2004, at Princeton Place in Albuquerque. He was born on April 17, 1955, in Portales, to Mary Lynne and Fred Boone. He was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include a son, Zeke Boone; two daughters, Kathryn and Mary Lynn Boone; a […]

Walker known as scholar, hero

Forrest A. Walker was a scholar that believed in honesty and giving back to the community. He lived a life filled with many accomplishments. He impacted the lives of many people whether it was in deed, education or example, but is thought of by many as a remarkable hero. Walker was born on Oct. 8, […]

ENMU men post shutout win over St. Ed’s in home opener

PNT Staff The first-year Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer program finally got to play its first home match on Friday, and the Greyhounds made the most of it. Sophomore forward Jonathan Holman scored a pair of unassisted goals in the second half and ENMU shut out St. Edward’s 2-0. It was also the first […]

ENMU cross country men place eighth at UNM meet

PNT Staff ALBUQUERQUE — Sophomore Ricardo Hernandez finished 31st on Saturday to lead the Eastern New Mexico University men’s cross country team to an eighth-place finish with 276 points in the Lobo Invitational, hosted by the University of New Mexico. Hernandez posted a time of 27 minutes, 23 seconds over the 8-kilometer course. UNM, with […]

Square dancers set for Thursday performance

By Laurie Stone Local and surrounding square dancers will strut their stuff Thursday from 6-8 p.m. on the slab at the Roosevelt County Fair. This type of dancing is proclaimed as the national folk dance of the United States, according to the United Square Dancers of America. There are more than six million people that […]

Clutter can be a new look

By Helena Rodriguez My friend Mary Reyes of Abilene, Texas, does not have a messy house. I repeat: Her house is not messy. I call it “tastefully cluttered.” Maybe you know someone like Mary. I believe there’s a little charm to this term, “tastefully cluttered,” which I coined myself. You are not likely to hear […]

ENMU grad reminisces on time in WBL

By Dave Wagner CLOVIS — For a small-town girl from Mississippi, Mary Scott was thrilled to get the opportunity to play women’s professional basketball. The Clovis resident just wishes the Women’s Pro Basketball League (WBL) had received the support — financial and otherwise — of its descendent, the eight-year old Women’s National Basketball Association. The […]