NMSU overwhelms Hounds

Freedom New Mexico LAS CRUCES — New Mexico State took no mercy Wednesday on a short-handed Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team, blowing out the Greyhounds 115-64 Wednesday in an exhibition game. Western Athletic Conference preseason player of the year Wendell McKines had 19 points and nine rebounds for the Aggies, who led 50-24 […]

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NMSU hosting field day in Clovis New Mexico State University is hosting its annual Clovis Field Day Thursday, focusing on alternative crop management of existing and less-utilized crops. The program, which will be held at the Agricultural Science Center in Clovis, has been structured to address extended dry conditions and diminishing irrigation sources. “This year’s […]

Hounds’ schedule includes exhibitions at UNM, UTEP

Eastern New Mexico University has released its men’s basketball schedule for the upcoming season. The Greyhounds will play exhibition games Oct. 30 at the University of Texas El Paso and Nov. 3 at the University of New Mexico. The regular season opens with a Nov. 12 home date against Northern New Mexico, followed by a […]

April 12, 2009 PHS news

NMSU Recruiter at PHS John Wagner of New Mexico State University will be on campus Wednesday to speak with college bound juniors as well as seniors interested in attending NMSU for the 2009-2010 academic year.

Aug. 24, 2008 Elida School News

Honors Congratulations to Janice Taylor. She has been chosen to participate in the University of New Mexico/New Mexico State Universit Cooperative Pharmacy Program. Only 10 students in the state were selected to complete the pre-pharmacy coursework (64 semester hours over 2-3 years) at NMSU, and then enter the UNM College of Pharmacy

Area residents inducted into 4-H Hall of Fame

PNT Staff Report LAS CRUCES — Three Roosevelt County 4-H leaders and supporters were among 15 inducted into the state 4-H Hall of Fame at New Mexico State University recently, according to a NMSU Cooperative Extension news release Roosevelt County Extension Agent Floyd McAlister and volunteers J.M. and Fay Jeffries of Portales received the honor […]

Hounds open season with exhibition loss to NMSU at Hobbs

Freedom Newspapers Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball coach Shawn Scanlan knows his team has work to do before the regular season opens next week, but he said the Greyhounds have a lot to build on from Monday’s exhibition against New Mexico State at the Lea County Events Center in Hobbs. ENMU stayed close to […]

Hounds open with NMSU exhibition

Hobbs — ENMU and New Mexico State’s inner-state rivalry continued Monday night as the Aggies trounced the Greyhounds 87-65. ENMU senior guard Tristan Largent recorded 19 points on 5-for-11 shooting, while senior forwards Ira Cross and Mikal Monette snatched eight rebounds apiece. The Hounds kept the game honest in the first half answering a 14-5 […]

Lelei finishes 12th, Greyhounds third at NMSU meet

Freedom Newspapers LAS CRUCES — Junior Nimrod Lelei finished sixth and sophomore Felix Boit was 12th in New Mexico State’s Kachina Classic cross country meet on Saturday, leading the Greyhounds to a third-place team finish. Lelei placed sixth with a tiime of 23 minutes, 4.3 seconds — behind five runners from team champion Texas-El Paso, […]

New Mexico ranks in top ten for dairy product sales

From staff reports LAS CRUCES — New Mexico ranks seventh nationally in dairy product sales, with dairies adding more than $730 million to the state’s economy, according to a New Mexico State University agricultural economist. “Dollar for dollar, dairy is one of our big players,” said Ereney Hadjigeorgalis, an assistant professor in NMSU’s agricultural economics […]