Brief rainfall offers respite from drought

Alisa Boswell Much-needed rain pelted most of eastern new Mexico and West Texas late Monday in a gusty thunderstorm that was also blamed for igniting a series of grass fires near Muleshoe. Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service was reporting 1.22 inches of rain fell in Clovis. Officials at Clovis Airport recorded .14 inches and […]

You parent as you were raised

As we start this series of parenting articles I’m reminded of a speaker I heard many years ago as he spoke on parenting. He said when he had graduated college and just got married he wrote a book titled “The Ten Commandments of Parenting.” Then he had a child. He wrote another book titled “The […]

Press release: Cannon canceling prescribed burns

Due to adverse weather conditions, the 27th Special Operations Wing has cancelled a series of prescribed burns at Melrose Air Force Range previously scheduled for April 30 – May 3. These fires clear the amount of vegetation in targeted areas and help reduce the risk of wildfires caused by training or by natural causes such […]

My turn: Using superpowers for good — mostly

I was watching an old television series about a superhero. The guy tells his partner, “I will only use my powers for good.” That sounds like a really good idea to me, but there might be times when we could get more use from those super powers. Can you imagine a “Dream Team” for the […]

Times changed for Hounds’ series

Freedom New Mexico STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s Lone Star Conference baseball series here this weekend against Tarleton State has been moved up due to the potential threat of bad weather. The teams will meet in a doubleheader today and a single game on Saturday, both starting at noon (MDT). Originally, the teams […]

Loyalty to sports teams more than just hometown pride

Kevin Wilson Every few Fridays coworker Tony Bullocks comes in with some new gear marking the 2010 World Series title for the San Francisco Giants. • “Wow, this Giants World Series champs hat fits nicely.” • “Man, look at all of these color photos in this special San Francisco Chronicle.” • “You know, Kevin, I […]

Hounds notch first series win over Angelo

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Freedom New Mexico It’s taken seven years, but the Eastern New Mexico University baseball team can finally say it has won a Lone Star Conference series from Angelo State. The Greyhounds clinched the three-game set with a 12-8 win over the Rams in the first game of Saturday’s twin bill at Greyhound Field, before ASU […]

ACU sweeps twin bill, takes series from Hounds

Freedom New Mexico ABILENE, Texas — Left fielder J.R. Roland hit a go-ahead, two-run single in the bottom of the eighth and Abilene Christian completed a Lone Star Conference baseball doubleheader sweep of Eastern New Mexico University on Saturday with an 8-4 win. The Wildcats pulled away in the seven-inning opener, breaking a 1-1 tie […]

Hounds win series opener from ACU

Freedom New Mexico ABILENE, Texas — Second baseman Daniel Patching led a 12-hit attack with three hits and senior right-hander Anthony Smith earned a four-inning save Friday night as Eastern New Mexico University’s baseball team defeated Abilene Christian 10-5 in the opener of a three-game Lone Star Conference series. Alex Schultz, Joe Huwer and Mitch […]

Hounds post win in series finale

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Freedom New Mexico After a long weekend in a tough season, Eastern New Mexico University’s baseball team showed a bit of spunk Saturday at Greyhound Field. Sophomore left-hander Tyler Vance worked a career-long 6 1/3 innings for the win and senior right-hander Anthony Smith earned the Greyhounds’ first save of the season as ENMU held […]