DeHoyos among seven entering ENMU Hall of Honors

Freedom New Mexico Former Eastern New Mexico University pitcher Gabe DeHoyos is among seven people scheduled to be inducted into the ENMU Hall of Honors during a banquet set for 11 a.m. on Aug. 28 at the campus Union Building. DeHoyos currently is pitching for the Salt Lake Bees, the Triple-A affiliate for the Los […]

Anniversaries — Aug. 15

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Burrage [image #1, align=right, size=medium] Ed and Barbara Burrage of Clovis celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 27. They were married on Aug. 14, 1960, at the Eastern New Mexico University Baptist Student Union. They have two children, Misti Everett and Todd Burrage; and seven grandchildren. Ed is retired from Safeway and Barbara is […]

Portales past: Aug. 31, 1960

Aug. 31, 1960: Eastern New Mexico University officials had announced 54 students from Portales, seven from Dora, five from Causey and seven from Floyd had enrolled at the university.

April 9 -April 15 What's Happening

Friday Seven Habits of Effective Families — 9 a.m., Airman and Family Readiness Center. DePlayment Game Night —

ENMU to induct seven into Hall of Honors

Freedom New Mexico Seven former ENMU athletics have been selected to go into the school’s Hall of Honors during the Greyhounds’ opening 2010 football game against Southwest Nazarene on Aug. 28. They include Julie Baxter (volleyball), Gabe DeHoyos (baseball), Jamaal Hunnicutt (men’s basketball), Rachel Mohler (softball), Treena Royston (women’s basketball), Jim Harmon (support, posthumous) and […]

Roosevelt County primary candidates

The following candidates filed Tuesday for office in Roosevelt County. The primary election is June 1. Seven candidates are vying for the District 5 commissioner seat — four Republicans and three Democrats. Magistrate Judge Democrat • Charles R. Perez • Maxine Padilla McCollum Republican • Linda Short Assessor Republican • Tex L. Belcher • Kenner […]

State hiring despite freeze

By Kate Nash: The Santa Fe New Mexican State government in the past seven months has hired 21 new employees despite an ongoing hiring freeze, state personnel records show. The records obtained by the Santa Fe New Mexican under the state’s Inspection of Public Records Act show that three people were added to the payroll […]

News release: Senators press for drought declaration for seven N.M. counties

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Jeff Bingaman and Tom Udall today urged U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to quickly approve New Mexico’s request for a natural disaster declaration for seven counties due to severe drought and high winds.

April 21, 1975

The Portales News-Tribune reported that seven applications for liquor licenses had been filed in Portales since the city voted a local option the week before. John Romero, assistant director of

March 29, 2009 Club notes

Altrusa International Altrusa International Inc. of Portales met last Monday in the Fellowship Hall at the First United Methodist Church, with the Service Committee in charge of arrangements. President Vaunceil Turnbough presided over the business meeting and conducted the opening ceremonies. The minutes from the previous meeting were approved. There were 33 members and seven […]

Zia women’s soccer program adds seven players

Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University has signed seven women’s soccer players to national letters of intent for the 2009 season. according to a release from the school. The signees include freshmen forwards Brittany Bustos of Albuquerque (St. Pius) and Brook Serrano of Los Lunas, midfielders Desiree Dominguez of Alamogordo and Abigail Tarin of […]

Hounds sweep Cameron with walk-off wins

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Freedom New Mexico Coming in on a seven-game losing streak, things suddenly turned around Saturday for the Eastern New Mexico University baseball team. The Greyhounds got strong pitching and timely hitting and pulled out a pair of walkoff wins at Greyhound Field, beating Cameron 3-2 in the seven-inning opener and 6-5 in the nine-inning nightcap […]

Zias’ win streak snapped at seven

Freedom New Mexico DENTON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s high-flying softball team got off to a fast start on Saturday. Then the Zias came crashing to earth. Texas Woman’s overcame an early 5-0 deficit to win the first game of their Lone Star Conference South Division doubleheader 7-5, then broke open the second game […]

Free throws lift Hounds over Highlands

Freedom New Mexico Junior guard Justin Reynolds hit two free throws with seven seconds left Saturday night to lift Eastern New Mexico University’s men to a 66-65 win over New Mexico Highlands at Greyhound Arena. The victory was the second in a row for ENMU, and avenged a season-opening 81-74 loss to Highlands in Las […]

Nov. 22, 1958

Seven miles south of town, a

Nov. 21, 1947

The Portales Tribune reported that seven music students from Eastern New Mexico College would begin touring northeastern New Mexico high schools to perform for public relations purposes.

Airmen combine for Fire Muster

CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Tech. Sgt. Matt Kredell, front, Airman 1st Class Steven Zachman, middle, and Senior Airman Jeffrey Queer battle in waterball, a game in which four-person teams fight to push an empty keg to the other team’s side of a line using fire hoses. Freedom New Mexico In its 10th year, the […]

Chili crop checked by available labor

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By Thomas Garcia PNT Staff Writer Portales farmer Rick Ledbetter said labor issues and crop prices have affected just how much chili he grows. Ledbetter, who has been growing chili for seven years, said he has six people helping with this year’s harvest of green chili, which he sells at the Farmers’ Markets in Clovis […]

Eastern Plains Council of Governments helps with planning

By Gabriel Monte, Freedom New Mexico The Eastern Plains Council of Governments is one of seven associations of counties that assist local governments in economic development and planning. MembersThe Eastern Plains Council of governments is made up of seven counties in eastern New Mexico and the local governments in those counties, the council helps with […]

Lady Rams eliminated

ALBUQUERQUE — Santa Fe Indian School ended Portales’ string of reaching the Class 3A girls state championship game at seven, beating the Lady Rams 41-35 on Tuesday morning in a quarterfinal game at The Pit. Bethany Self and Gabby Garcia led Portales with 10 points each. More details will be reported as they become available.