RGH expanding

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Roosevelt General Hospital will move into an off-site physical therapy facility and remodel and expand the Physicians Clinic within the next year, according to officials’ plans. Hospital Chief Executive Officer Larry Leaming said the new physical therapy office in Eastern Plaza on Avenue O would open in early July. He hopes to have work on […]

Taking without consent stealing

Once again I got through another week without feeling the need to attack anyone with physical force. And I survived anyway. Nor did I find it necessary to steal from anyone in order to survive another week. No, really. Is that surprising? It shouldn’t be. Sure, some people were attacked and stolen from, supposedly on […]

Officials say exercise enhances learning

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By Linda Long: PNT correspondent Jumping jacks met geography Monday. Approximately 70 physical education teachers from around the state participated in a special exercise workshop hosted by Eastern New Mexico University Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education Matthew Martin. Martin wanted to demonstrate that exercise enhances learning in spelling, math, science, reading, and any […]

Floyd school news — April 13

Help Floyd students stay physically fit The Floyd Physical Education Department is seeking the donation of used exercise bicycles for the training room. Contact Coach Adam Terry at the school at 478-2211.

ENMU briefs — April 7

Physical plant employee loses home, possessions Robert Ortega, a member of the physical plant crew at Eastern New Mexico University, lost everything when his home burned down March 30. ENMU is asking all fellow employees and the public to consider making a contribution to assist him. Financial contributions can be dropped off at Dorothy Bull’s […]

Portales Past: March 5, 1950

March 5, 1950: Portales Junior High girls were learning to folk dance during physical education classes. They’d mastered the “Golden Slippers,” “Boston Two Step” and “Five Foot Two,” among others.

Jan. 4, 1959

According to the Portales News-Tribune, James Young of Portales is one of six students in the school of engineering to be awarded a Physical Science Laboratory Scholarship at New Mexico State University.

Jan. 3, 1957

According to the Portales Daily Tribune, Eastern New Mexico University will present its University Choir in a three-day tour of New Mexico and Texas beginning Monday. The choir, under the direction of Frank N. Summerside, will present concerts for high school students in Texico, Hobbs, Jal, Tatum and Eunice in New Mexico and Kermit, Morton […]

ENMU club seeking used shoes

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Clarence Plank: PNT Staff Writer The Students Health and Physical Education Club at Eastern New Mexico University is looking for used shoes. The Used Shoe Drive collects worn shoes, which are sent to Nike for recycling. The shoe drive is going on until Friday. Mary Drabbs, Health and Physical Education chairperson, said the concept originated […]

Aug. 23, 1978

Eastern New Mexico University students crowded the Physical Education Complex to file through the assembly-line process of choosing classes for the fall semester, according to Portales news archives. The stations offered identification cards, post office box assignments, housing stamps, automobile registration and clearance at the Speech and Hearing Clinic.

Sheriff arrests man for fraud

PNT Staff Report A man police say was traveling across the state passing himself off to hospitals as a physical therapist was arrested Wednesday in Portales on a tip from Roosevelt General Hospital. Roosevelt County Chief Deputy Malin Parker said Thursday that Shawn Etkin, 38, also known as Scott Hill, was operating under a fraudulent […]

Getting a jump start on fitness

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Health and physical education students at Eastern New Mexico University will sponsor a Jump Rope for Heart event on Saturday at Greyhound Arena. Backed by the American Heart Association, HPE majors organized the event as a class assignment, said Mary Drabbs, chair of ENMU’s Health and Physical Education Department. […]

Elida, Fort Sumner part III

PNT Staff Writer The District 3-1A top-seeded Elida Lady Tigers have been dormant for more than a week but they’ve got to be on their game tonight as they host Fort Sumner in the girls district championship. The Elida girls (21-3, 7-1) last played on Feb. 15, their regular season district finale, beating Melrose on […]

Struggling Hounds, Javelinas clash

By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Richard Cundiff is about to end a 22-year run as a coach at Texas A&M-Kingsville, the last seven as the head coach. This season hasn’t gone the way he’d hoped, but he certainly has company in Eastern New Mexico University coach Mark Ribaudo. Kingsville, which won four consecutive Lone Star […]

Science building to receive funds

Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer The United States Senate has approved a bill which includes $620,000 for science and technology equipment for Eastern New Mexico University. The bill, approved Thursday, needs the president’s signature for completion. This additional money would help ENMU officials purchase molecular and cellular biology equipment. James Constantopoulos, chair of the physical […]

ENMU gets physical — again

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By Kevin Wilson For the second time in as many years, teachers and athletes at Eastern New Mexico University took a day to show local children how important education was — in a physical sense. Greyhound Arena played host Saturday to the university’s second annual physical education day, a part of the national P.E. day […]

Governor talks education in Wednesday forum

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By Tony Parra Gov. Bill Richardson said he’s traveling through New Mexico in search of support for education reform and his search brought him to Portales on Wednesday. Richardson spoke to more than 150 people in Buchanan Hall on the campus of Eastern New Mexico University campus about his ideas for the 2005 legislation. He […]

Portales schools receive grant to fight obesity

By Laurie Stone The Portales Municipal School District has been awarded a $398,044 three-year grant through the U. S. Department of Education’s Carol M. White Physical Education Program (PEP). According to a pair of press releases, U. S. Senator Jeff Bingaman and U. S. Representative Tom Udall announced that three New Mexico schools and two […]

Aug. 8 Floyd school news

By Jennifer Essary Upcoming Events There will be a School Board meeting Monday night at 7 at the school. School Supplies Lists for school supplies can be picked up at Wal-mart or in the office. The lists are for grades Pre-K through 5th. First day of school Pre-Registration is Aug. 18. All students are required […]

Garvey cited for accident

By Tony Parra Dan Rideout of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for New Mexico said the case of a Garvey worker who fell from a Garvey processing plant elevator has been completed Two citations were given to the Garvey Processing plant and they have complied, Rideout said. Garvey Processing Vice President Lita Jimenez said […]