Weekly LSC Spring Sports Update

Baseball standings All Times MDT South Division Div. All W-L W-L Abilene Christian 0-0 19-5 Angelo State 0-0 15-8 Tarleton State 0-0 14-10 Texas A&M-Kingsville 0-0 12-10 Eastern New Mexico 0-0 10-14 West Texas A&M 0-0 5-15 North Division Div. All W-L W-L x-Central Oklahoma 0-0 14-6 Northeastern State 0-0 10-9 Cameron 0-0 11-10 Southeastern […]

Movie makes hometown debut

By Tonya Fennell: Freedom Newspapers Memories came flooding back Thursday afternoon as Liz Eisenbraun sifted through photographs. Eisenbraun, film liaison for the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce, said the pictures were taken when the movie “Believe in Me” was being filmed in the area. The walk down memory lane was prompted by the news the […]

ENMU baseball team picked fifth in LSC preseason

Freedom Newspapers RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University was pegged for fifth place this season in the six-team Lone Star Conference South Division baseball poll, released on Tuesday by the conference office. Abilene Christian, ranked 17th in Collegiate Baseball NCAA Division II preseason poll, received nine of 14 first-place votes and 79 points to […]

Zia softball polls fifth in preseason

Freedom Newspapers RICHARDSON, Texas — The Eastern New Mexico University softball team has been chosen for fifth place out of seven teams in the Lone Star Conference South Division’s preseason poll, released Tuesday by the conference office. Defending champion Abilene Christian earned 14 of 18 first-place votes and racked up 122 points to 105 for […]

Feds seek local witnesses

By Sharna Johnson: Freedom Newspapers The trail of a man accused of abducting a 10-year-old Oklahoma girl recovered Friday in Clovis has gone cold, according to an agent with the FBI in Oklahoma. “We have no idea who this is — we are hoping the public will step forward and (help us find him) — […]

Golden oldies don’t seem that old

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor Shortly after midnight, somewhere on a turnpike in southeastern Kansas, I found out I was officially an oldie. No, I wasn’t struck by a sudden and desperate need for a bathroom. I deal with those problems during the morning thanks to blood pressure medication. This was an assault on […]

Texico bull rider will compete on TV this weekend

By Eric Butler: Freedom Newspapers CLOVIS — Friends of 18-year-old Texico bullrider L.J. Jenkins will get to watch the erstwhile high schooler compete professionally this weekend in New Mexico. For those close to Jenkins, seeing him at the PBR Ty Murray Invitational is quite a leap from where the young man was just a couple […]

Central Oklahoma extends Hounds’ losing streak

Freedom Newspapers EDMOND, Okla. — Central Oklahoma is usually not a good place for a baseball team to try to break out of a slump. Eastern New Mexico University’s Greyhounds saw their losing streak reach 10 games on Saturday, dropping a tight 4-3 decision in the opener of a Lone Star Conference crossover doubleheader before […]

Resident says Smith comes from good family

Tonya Garner: Freedom Newspapers Laura McNaughton’s family members told police a dentist had been “weirding” her out. The resulting investigation led to Tuesday’s arrest of Dr. James Smith, a dentist with La Casa de Buena Salud in Clovis and Portales, police records show. Smith is charged with an open count of murder in connection with […]

Dozier all-conference in soccer

Freedom Newspapers RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University junior forward Megan Dozier has been chosen to the All-Lone Star Conference women’s soccer first team. Dozier, from Midland, Texas, is one of the original members of the three-year old Zias program. She was first-team All-LSC as a afreshman and second-team last year. This fall, Dozier […]

LSC/SSC Volleyball/Soccer Update

Volleyball standings LONE STAR CONFERENCE All Times MST South Division Div. All W-L W-L Abilene Christian 8-0 25-3 West Texas A&M 7-1 25-7 Texas A&M-Kingsville 5-4 10-18 Eastern New Mexico 2-67-18 Tarleton State 2-7 16-16 Angelo State 1-7 9-21 North Division Div. All W-L W-L Central Oklahoma 10-0 24-6 Texas Woman’s 7-4 15-17 Southeastern Oklahoma […]

Clovis being considered for meat packing plant

Tonya Garner: Freedom Newspapers By Tonya Garner CNJ Staff Writer Mum is the word from Clovis officials on the possibility a Wisconsin-based meatpacker is considering a plant in eastern New Mexico. The Clovis area is one of two sites being considered for a plant that could employ up to 2,500 people, according to published reports […]

Greyhound runners finish fourth

Freedom Newspapers WEATHERFORD, Okla. — Redshirt freshman Felix Boit of Kenya finished 10th overall, earning All-Lone Star Conference honors and leading the Eastern New Mexico University men’s cross country team to fourth place in Saturday’s LSC meet, hosted by Southwestern Oklahoma. Boit ran a time of 26 minutes, 59.1 seconds over eight kilometers for the […]

Central Oklahoma avoids upset by zias

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Two shots off the crossbar. That was how close the Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team came to putting itself in position for a major Lone Star Conference upset on Friday at the ENMU pitch. Unfortunately, close doesn’t count, and Central Oklahoma broke through on a goal by junior […]

Sept. 27 Obituaries

Barbara Ford Services: 2 p.m. today at Central Christian Church in Portales. Mrs. Barbara Ford, 68 of Portales, died Sept. 23, 2005, at the Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis. She was born Feb. 28, 1937, in New York, N.Y., to Julia and Harry MacNeil. She grew up in Long Island, Prescott, Ariz., and Albuquerque. […]

ACU unanimous for top spot, Zias ranked fourth

Freedom Newspapers Freedom Newspapers RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University has been picked for fourth place — one point behind Angelo State — in the Lone Star Conference South Division preseason poll, released Friday by the league office. Defending champion Abilene Christian, which ended West Texas A&M’s seven-year run atop the South last season, […]

Commissioners favor ordinance

By Tony Parra A Roosevelt County ordinance placing stricter restrictions on the sale of certain decongestants used in the production of methamphetamines could be in place as soon as late August. Roosevelt County commissioners unanimously passed a notice of intent for an ordinance restricting the sale of drugs containing pseudoephedrine during Tuesday’s county meeting. The […]

Suggested meth ordinance has critics

By David Irvin Phyllis Roberts is worried she might be pegged as a meth producer. Some of the signs are there: She buys cold medicine in bulk quantities and lives on a reclusive ranch six miles outside Elida. What else could she be doing out there? Well, sneezing and sniffling a lot, the city of […]

6/5 Obituaries

Lelda Roberts, 83 Services: Have been held. Lelda Roberts, 83, of Oklahoma City, died Friday, May 27, 2005, at her home. She was born on Aug. 15, 1921, in Boswell, Okla., to Hugh and Ruth Baxter Pickens. She married W.P. “Bill” Roberts on Nov. 17, 1946. After attending Southeastern Oklahoma College, she began working for […]

Zias roll to sweep over Panhandle State

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By Dave Wagner Sometimes, one win can be enough to get a team going. After giving up 40 runs in three Lone Star Conference South Division losses to visiting Abilene Christian last weekend, the Eastern New Mexico University softball team salvaged the series finale on Saturday with a 7-3 victory over the Wildcats. Wednesday, they […]