At 1:35 p.m. on Friday, our fair state officially becomes 100 years old. Although Pat Thatcher swears I did not pay attention during her seventh-grade New Mexico history class at Dora School, I vividly remember noting that our statehood centennial would happen in my lifetime, even if dates that started with the words “two thousand” […]
Kevin Wilson and Argen Duncan For the seventh year in a row, back-to-school shopping will be slightly less taxing. Numerous merchants in New Mexico are getting set for the state’s tax-free holiday. According to the state’s Taxation and Revenue Department website, the tax holiday begins at 12:01 a.m. on the first Friday of August and […]
Freedom New Mexico RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s football team has been picked for seventh place in the Lone Star Conference’s preseason poll in what is now a nine-team league for the sport. Despite the relatively low projection, the Greyhounds received one first-place vote in balloting by LSC football coaches and sports information […]
Kevin Wilson Hundreds ride and rope, and hope they cash in when it’s time for the Joe’s Boot Shop Calf Roping event at the Curry County Event Center. In one form or another, everybody goes through the elements of the four-day undertaking: ••• When you arrive, you’re a spectator until you see secretary Crystal Garrett. […]
Alisa Boswell Saturday marks the seventh annual Woman’s Day Out at Eastern New Mexico University’s Greyhound Arena. The event is put on by Portales Woman’s Club, a local organization affiliated with the international organization General Federated Woman’s Club (GFWC). Patrice Tompkins, PWC member and the event coordinator, said the event is geared not just towards […]
Bright-colored chalk is meeting pavement to become art by local students again this year. The Second annual K-ENMU Sidewalk Chalk Competition is set for April 30 on the Square, and the deadline to enter is April 1. The first 45 seventh-grade through college students to apply can participate. “We’re building on what we’ve already done,” […]
Freedom New Mexico WARRENSBURG, Mo. — Junior Mohammed Noor finished 13th with a time of 32 minutes, 16.13 seconds over 10 kilometers Saturday, leading Eastern New Mexico University’s men to a seventh-place team finish in the NCAA Division II South Central Regional cross country meet, hosted by Central Missouri. The host Mules took the team […]
Events Today: Junior high basketball at Marshall (seventh- and eighth-grade girls and junior high boys), 4 p.m. Wednesday: Photo retakes and basketball pictures. Thursday: Junior high basketball at Texico (eighth-grade girls and boys), 4:30 p.m. Friday: Marshall Middle School seventh-grade basketball tournament (girls and boys), school day Saturday: Marshall Middle School seventh-grade basketball tournament (girls […]
Freedom New Mexico CANYON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s men took four of the top five spots in team roping and finished seventh in team standings over the weekend in the West Texas A&M rodeo. Junior Clinton Hiett of El Paso and sophomore Christian Pettigrew of Fort Sumner won the event, followed by sophomore […]
Upcoming events: Tuesday: Varsity, seventh-grade volleyball vs. Hondo, 5 p.m. Wednesday: AYP Party for students in grades 7-12. Thursday: Volleyball at Lake Arthur (varsity, junior varsity), starting at 5 p.m.. Friday: Football at Clovis Christian (Yucca Middle School), 5 p.m. Saturday: Junior high volleyball vs. Texico (three matches), 4:30 p.m.
Seventh Day Adventist Church • Location: 112 North Avenue F • Phone: 218-3929 • Services: Saturdays, with Sabbath School at 9:30 a.m., Preaching Service at 11 a.m., and Bible Study at 1:30 p.m. • Description: Longtime church member Darlene Lauterbach described the church as friendly, and she invites everyone to come worship with them.
Freedom New Mexico SAN ANGELO, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University senior Steven Aragon is seventh with 2,981 points in the decathlon after Thursday’s first day of competition in Angelo State’s David Noble Relays. Aragon, the only ENMU athlete competing in the two-day event. finished third in the 100 in 11.91 seconds and sixth in […]
Freedom New Mexico Senior first baseman Kristen Cruickshank hit a three-run, two-out walk-off homer, helping Eastern New Mexico pull a 6-5 win over St. Edwards for a softball split Wednesday at Zia Field. The visiting Hilltoppers (17-11) scored six runs in the seventh inning to take a 7-1 win in the opener. Down 5-3 entering […]
Essay winner Junior High seventh grader Ashlynn Idsinga recently won first place in the Rotary 4-Way Test Essay competition. For her hard work, she received a $50.00 award. Her English teacher is Mrs. Donna Hammons. Congratulations Ashlynn.
Eastern New Mexico University turned to the Midwest for the seventh softball coach in the program’s history. Lauren Sigwing will leave Fort Scott Community College in Kansas to take over the Division II Zias, according to a Monday release from the university. She replaces Amber Daniel, who went 78-78 in two full seasons and two […]
Freedom New Mexico EDMOND, Okla. — Senior catcher Freddy Carmona went 6-for-8 in the doubleheader, but it was his RBI groundout that drove in the go-ahead run as Eastern New Mexico University beat Central Oklahoma 5-1 Sunday in the second game to earn a split of their Lone Star Conference baseball twin bill and a […]
By Karl Terry, Freedom New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico University Greyhounds went all in Saturday night against Angelo State but couldn’t cash in on their first Lone Star Conference win, falling 75-66. The Hounds (0-5, 4-16) for the second time this week stayed competitive with a visiting LSC team but couldn’t turn the corner […]
Basketball begins new yearWhile most students are celebrating the holidays, the basketball teams will be staying in shape for games the first week of 2009. Thursday, the seventh-grade boys’ and girls’ “B” teams host the Floyd Broncos. Saturday, all four of the girls’ teams are in both of our gyms playing Ruidoso while all four […]
By Sharna Johnson: Freedom New Mexico
Basketball schedules The seventh and eighth grade girls “A” teams head to Clovis to play Marshall on Monday. The boys teams host Marshall beginning at 4 p.m. The seventh and eighth grade girls “A” teams travel to Santa Rosa on Thursday. The boys “A” teams play in Portales on Thursday. MAPS testing scheduled Students will […]