Seven to be inducted into ENMU Hall of Honors

Freedom New Mexico A pair of Portales High graduates are among the seven new members of the Eastern New Mexico University Hall of Honors. The list of honorees was released Monday. • Jeff Howard, son of current ENMU offensive coordinator Mike Howard, played linebacker for the Greyhounds from 2002-2005, earning was an All-American honors as […]

Club notes — March 13

Beta Phi Four members and seven guests attended the regular meeting Feb. 7 at 11 a.m. at Furr’s Cafeteria. The chapter received a thank you letter and a tax receipt from Bread of Life Orphange in Brosteni, Romania. March will be Forcaster Seal’s. Bring all aluminum tabs, coupons or anything else you have to turn […]

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Beta Phi Six members attended the regular meeting Dec. 6 at El Rancho restaurants with Bev Miller as hostess. Beta Phi received a thank you letter from St. Jude for our donations. We also have key tags for community partners with Albertsons and we collected toiletries for the Shelter Educational Program . The place of […]

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Beta Phi Six members attended the regular meeting on Nov. 2, 2010, at Collene Baldwin’s. Patsy Lornez received her 25-year pin and was also presented a service pin in honor of Ola Curry’s five years of membership in Epsilon Sigma Alfa Educational program. The capitol of New Mexico is Santa Fe and is the fourth […]

EPCOG reacquires major contract

Sharna Johnson The Eastern Plains Council of Governments has regained a major contract that triggered lay-offs when it was lost in December to a competitive bidder. The Eastern Area Workforce Development Board (EAWDB) contract has been returned to the hands of EPCOG, where it is expected to remain for at least 18 months, Interim-Director Sandy […]

Cell regeneration benefits wounded

Sometime this year, at the Army Institute of Surgical Research on Fort Sam Houston, Texas, more severely burned service members will benefit directly from the emerging science of cell regeneration. In a new clinical trial, doctors will remove a small patch of a patient’s undamaged skin. The patch, no bigger than a small Post-It note, […]

Unknowns surround gay policy

Department of Defense actuaries can tell you that half of all service members are married. They know that 14 percent of enlisted are women and 11.6 percent are Hispanic. They even know that 20.2 percent of members are Roman Catholic and less than 1 percent are Jewish. But, they will caution, 19.5 percent claim no […]

Ticket feature: String quartet to perform in Clovis

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Freedom New Mexico A string quartet with unique twist will perform for Clovis community members Feb. 19. Brooklyn Rider is described as “adventurous,” with a “hip” contemporary take on classical music, according to promotional material from Clovis Community College’s Cultural Arts Series. Balancing a devotion to existing quartet literature and creating new works, Brooklyn Rider […]

Club notes — Jan. 9

Bethel Homemakers Extension Club The Bethel Homemakers Extension Club met in the home of Joyce Welsh for their December meeting and Christmas party with 16 members in attendance. Pat Terry brought the devotional. Condolences were sent to the family of former member, Flo Armstrong. Joyce announced that 10 quilts and six blankets were donated by […]

Protection stops allowance drop

Tom Philpott About 400,000 active duty service members will see their Basic Allowance for Housing protected from a rate drop Jan. 1, thanks to “individual rate protection” Congress adopted nearly a decade ago. Users of the Post-9/11 GI Bill education program also will be protected from any cut to student monthly stipends, which are based […]