Zias salvage split against Western New Mexico

Freedom Newspapers SILVER CITY — Senior Tina Whitt’s second home run of the game, a two-run shot in the top of the seventh, broke a tie and lifted Eastern New Mexico University to an 8-7 win over Western New Mexico on Monday and a split of their softball doubleheader. In the opener, Western got a […]

Hounds fall to Red Raiders

Freedom Newspapers LUBBOCK — Things had already gone badly enough for Eastern New Mexico University’s baseball team. The last thing they needed was the ignominy of being no-hit. ENMU senior and Clovis High grad Justin Gee whacked the first pitch from reliever Brian Cloud up the middle for the Greyhounds’ first hit with two out […]

Promoting environmental safety, compliance, remediation, stewardship

1st Lt. James Nichols Cannon Air Force Base celebrated Earth Day/Arbor Day April 21, 2005 at Doc Stewart Park. During the celebration, Cannon was honored by the Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree City USA community for the seventh consecutive year. “Winning Tree City USA for the seventh year in a row shows how dedicated […]

Cannon honored as Tree City USA for seventh consecutive year

2nd Lt. James Nichols, 27th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Cannon Air Force Base recently celebrated Earth Day/Arbor Day April 21 at Doc Stewart Park. During the celebration, Cannon was honored by the Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree City USA community for the seventh consecutive year. “Winning Tree City USA for the seventh year in […]

Sept. 4 Portales Junior High News

By Billie Dixon Football under way Saturday found both seventh- and eighth-grade teams battling Ruidoso on Ram Field. Tuesday, the seventh-grade team will play Gattis at Yucca Field. The eighth-grade team will play at Gattis. Volleyball nets up Thursday found all four Portales Junior High School volleyball teams hosting Yucca. On Thursday, the seventh- and […]

ENMU women finish fifth, men share seventh in rodeo

PNT Staff SNYDER, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University finished fifth in women’s competition and tied for seventh on the men’s side over the weekend in the West Texas College Rodeo. The Zias tallied 85 points while the Greyhounds finished with 50. Tarleton State swept to both team championships. “Both teams are doing very well,” […]

Lockin planned to honor King

PNT Staff A common phrase associated with Martin Luther King Jr. Day simply states, “A day on, not a day off.” The city of Portales is trying to add a new twist to its recognition with a day in. A lockin from Sunday night to Monday afternoon is the capper to a weekend of activities […]

Dec. 19 Elida School News

This will be our last news until we return from Christmas break on Jan. 3. The first week back to school will include EPAC Jan. 4-8. During Christmas break the varsity boys and girls will travel to Lovington on Monday. Also, the JV and Varsity girls will be playing in the Goddard Tournament Dec. 27-29. […]

Nov. 28 Portales Junior High News

By Billie Dixon Basketball schedules Monday will find both the seventh-grade girls’ teams and the eighth-grade “A” team heading to Clovis to play the Yucca teams. Tuesday the eighth-grade girls’ “B” team travels to Lea County to play Hobbs. The boys eighth-grade “A” team and both seventh-grade boys teams host Yucca Monday. On Tuesday the […]

Lady Tigers finish seventh in Capitan tourney

PNT Staff CAPITAN — The Elida Lady Tigers went 1-2 and finished seventh over the weekend in an eight-team tournament. Elida (8-3) beat the Artesia junior varsity 25-11, 25-10, 25-18 in the final round after losing to Animas 29-27, 16-25, 25-21, 25-12 and the Cloudcroft 25-22, 25-14, 20-25, 25-19 in the first two rounds of […]

ENMU softball split in shutouts

Freedom Newspapers GOODWELL, Okla. — Runs were at a premium in Tuesday’s non-conference softball doubleheader between Eastern New Mexico and Oklahoma Panhandle State. The Zias scored a two-out run in the third inning and held on for a 1-0 win in the nightcap after the host Lady Aggies posted a 1-0 win in the opener. […]

Portales baseball team splits with Lovington

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By Rick White T.C. Nusser took the business approach to pitching. Location. Location. Location. Moving his fastball around the strike zone, Nusser pitched Portales to a 3-2 win over Lovington, helping the Rams salvage the second game of Tuesday’s District 4-3A doubleheader at Ram Field. Lovington won the opener 6-5, rallying for four runs in […]

Portales Junior High News

Thank You Parents During parent/teacher conferences 324 people signed in representing 85 percent of our students. Principal Steve Harris expressed his appreciation for all who came to visit about their children’s grades. He states that by parents and teachers working with students as a team effort, students receive the most from their education experience at PJHS. […]

Faith Temple School News, May 23

From the office •We would like to congratulate Principal Todd and Kindergarten teacher Ginger Terry on their baby boy that was born on May 13. •The fifth-, sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade classes went on a field trip on Wednesday. They toured Southwest Canners, went to lunch, and then went to the museum at ENMU. •We […]