ENMU: Fingers crossed over apparent shortfall in higher ed money

By Tony Parra Eastern New Mexico University president Steven Gamble weighed in on ongoing legislation which would affect the university, such as capital outlay requests and expansion of the lottery scholarship eligibility. The New Mexico Higher Education Department is recommending $121 million for capital outlay requests throughout the state of New Mexico for higher education […]

Expansion of state’s lottery scholarships favored locally

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By Tony Parra Eastern New Mexico University students like the idea of expanding the lottery scholarship program, but would like to see an increase in the program revenue before the expansion takes place. Gov. Bill Richardson wants to expand the lottery scholarship program so that more people will be able to use it. The bill […]

Tredway Obituary (10-30-2005)

Dayna Danyel Tredway Services: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Grady High School gym. Dayna Danyel Tredway, 17, of Clovis died Friday, Oct. 21, 2005, in rural Curry County. She was born June 20, 1988, in Clovis to Johnny and Fern Jenkins Tredway. She was a student at Grady High School. She was on the yearbook […]

Honoring past, moving on to future

By Leslie Radford: Freedom Newspapers For more than 10 years, Clovis has been celebrating Juneteenth, an event that began in Texas to commemorate the Emancipation Proclamation and the end of slavery in America. Juneteenth celebrates African-American freedom and emphasizes education and achievement, according to Candice Tyler, an event coordinator for Clovis’ Juneteenth celebration. “It’s important […]

Administrators hand out awards and farwells

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By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer Portales High School students made the first of many memorable walks on Monday to accept academic awards for their scholastic work. For the high school seniors, it was the first of many walks they will be making on the final week of their high school career. Seniors will also […]

May 23 Elida School News

The Elida School academic awards assembly was held May 14 in the high school gym. Those receiving junior high awards are as follows: 7th English, Ethan Jasso; 7th reading, Ryan Best and Allison Powell; 7th math, Megan Bumguardner; 7th history, Ryan Best, 8th social studies, Janice Taylor; 8th English, Wesley Gilmore and Christyn Lee; 8th […]

Richardson addresses city

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By Tony Parra Gov. Bill Richardson absorbed a barrage of questions from Portales residents on several topics, but made a stand on the importance of a cheese plant road, education and not allowing same sex marriages on Monday in the city hall chambers. Alva Carter, Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents member, said it […]

Scholars honored at awards ceremony

Michelle Seeber “Hoss” Bichsel, a 22-year-old senior at Eastern New Mexico University, was one of several students who won two or more scholarships Tuesday at the college’s Scholarship and Awards Ceremony held at the Campus Union Ballroom. Bischel’s scholarships were the Malott Music Scholarship for $600 and the Donald V. Paschke Young Singer Award for […]

Cannon gets funding; lottery bill dies

David Arkin A bill and capital outlay requests approved on Thursday would provide Cannon Air Force Base with close to $2 million in funding. Legislation, submitted by Rep. Jose Campos, D-Santa Rosa, was passed by the Senate on Thursday. Money has been approved for a variety of projects at the base, including funds for a […]

Lottery bill hopes fade

David Arkin With less than two days to go in the Legislative session, the future of a controversial Lottery Scholarship bill doesn’t look good for its supporters. The bill, submitted by Rep. Brian Moore, R-Clayton, would allow students who graduate from a New Mexico high school to wait a year before going to college and […]