ENMU rush-ing for new pledges

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By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Rush week is in full swing at Eastern New Mexico University and according to university officials, local Greek organizations are working hard to rise above the bad reputations pinned on college fraternities in recent years. According to Interfraternity Council President and ENMU student Adam Sanchez the image of wild […]

Road issues aired at Dora meeting

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor What started as a gripe session evolved into group therapy. Dora and southern Roosevelt County residents filled the Dora Senior Citizens Center on Monday night to hold the collective feet of the Department of Transportation and N.M. 209 road contractors to the fire. Over and over they heard contractors […]

School physical time

27th Fighter Wing staff report Parents who have children starting kindergarten or the seventh grade, plays sports or is new to New Mexico can schedule a physical and avoid the last-minute rush. The 2006 school year beings Aug. 16. Parents should bring their child’s shot record and any necessary paperwork to the appointment. To schedule […]

Lee, Rush pace North in six-man win

Freedom Newspapers RUIDOSO — Floyd’s Brad Lee returned a pass interception 20 yards for a touchdown Friday night to help the North All-Stars beat the South 67-36 in the New Mexico High School Coaches Association six-man all-star football game, played at Ruidoso High School. The North jumped out to a 43-20 halftime lead and coasted […]

Rush helps form experienced O-line

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Tyson Rush doesn’t think you can put much stock in Eastern New Mexico University’s 28-0 win over Southwestern Oklahoma on Saturday at Weatherford, Okla. After all, there’s another game coming up. “I’m looking forward to Saturday,” the 6-foot-6, 315-pound senior guard said of this week’s Lone Star Conference crossover matchup […]

Lady Cats finish with split

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Jesse Wolfersberger: Freedom Newspapers Clovis’ Lady Cats opened their soccer season slowly, but learned from their mistakes and finished Friday with a split. In the first game, the Lady Cats fell behind early and never recovered, losing to Moriarty 3-0. The Pintos dominated the first half of play, limiting the Lady Cats to only one […]

March 13 Dora School News

It’s springtime at school also so the kids are all full of tricks, games and laughter. The younger ones rush, rush to be the first in the lunch lines, then rush through their meal so they can rush outside to the playground for some excitement before they have to rush back in for more studies. […]

Public broadcasting helps democracy, rather than hamper it

By Kirby Rowan: Guest columnist I listen to National Public Radio almost every afternoon, and find it an intelligent, informative alternative to the typical fare on afternoon radio. The same goes for public television. Both provide lots of public policy discussion/debate, funded in part by taxes. Some of my friends who love Rush Limbaugh complain […]

Obits Jan. 20

Frank Bayless, 64 Frank Bayless, 64, of Portales, died Friday, Jan. 16, 2004, at Roosevelt General Hospital. He was born Sept. 2, 1939, in Cowan, Tenn., to Henry Porter and Lena Wiles Bayless. He married Joann Gregory on May 4, 1962, in Nashville. He worked as police officer with the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department, where […]

Make sure not to ‘fall’

By Helena Rodriguez I know why they call it fall. Right about this time of year, everything starts falling into your lap like a tree that comes crashing from nowhere. Every year — just before the leaves turn to rusty orange, lemon yellow or dirt brown — those lazy days of summer transform into a […]