Aug.13, 1975

The Portales Junior High School remodeled each classroom and finished it with burlap texture and particle board from floor to ceiling and each classroom had a single window.

Donation spurs growth in single mother program

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By Karl Terry, PNT Managing Editor A gift from a Portales couple could end up providing a transition home for struggling single mothers and their families. Through a gift annuity arrangement, Bill and Shirley Wahlman of Portales donated a complete six-apartment complex to the New Mexico Christian Children’s Home last summer. The couple are both […]

Flirting not always so innocent

By Anita Doberman: Cannon Connections You would think flirting would be something I gave more thought to in my single days, than my married ones. Not so. While I’ve never been one to bat my eyelashes to get my way, I am now more aware of flirting than ever precisely because I’m married. Now, I’m […]

Flirting not always so innocent

By Anita Doberman: PNT columnist You would think flirting would be something I gave more thought to in my single days, than my married ones. Not so. While I’ve never been one to bat my eyelashes to get my way, I am now more aware of flirting than ever precisely because I’m married. Now, I’m […]

Zias take two at Lead-Off Classic

Freedom New Mexico PHOENIX — Junior center fielder Laura Thompson had three hits, scoring one run and driving in the other, and sophomore Kristen Cruickshank tossed a one-hitter as Eastern New Mexico University shut out Cal State Stanislaus 2-0 for its second win Thursday in the NCAA Division II Leadoff Classic softball tournament and its […]

Greyhound baseball sweeps Colorado School of Mines

Freedom New Mexico GOLDEN, Colo. — Junior right-hander Ismael Solis pitched a two-hit shutout to lift Eastern New Mexico University past Colorado School of Mines 2-0 Saturday for a sweep of their baseball doubleheader. In the first game, the Greyhounds’ top three hitters combined for 10 hits and 14 runs batted in as ENMU rolled […]

Single airmen's Christmas dinner planned

With the festivities of the holidays once again winding up, we sometimes forget those who can’t go home to their families and celebrate this year. The Base Chapel, with the support of Al Jolly, the Committee of 50 and the 27 SOW/CC, will hold a Single Airmen’s Christmas Dinner from 6 – 8 p.m. Dec. […]

Parents on their own often

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By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Almost half the babies born in Curry and Roosevelt counties in 2006 were to unwed mothers and the rates are rising, a state vital statistic report released recently shows. Local numbers are consistent with the state, which currently sits at 51 percent, Donna Bossey with the New Mexico Department […]

Roosevelt no-hits Quay 11-12 year olds

By Dave Wagner, Freedom Newspapers CLOVIS — Reyes Chavez pitched a five-inning no-hitter and got home run support from Will Murdock and Reyes Chavez Tuesday night as Roosevelt County beat Quay County 10-0 in an elimination game of the District 3 Little League 11-12 year old tournament at Dickenson Field. Chavez recorded nine strikeouts and […]

Lady Rams reach first state title game

By Eric Butler: Freedom correspondent FARMINGTON — One step away from a softball state championship was pretty foreign territory indeed for Portales and Santa Fe Indian School on Friday night. But, after quarterfinal victories earlier in the day at the Class 3A tournament in Farmington, the Rams and Lady Braves were poised to make some […]

Zias split with Texas Women’s, still in playoff hunt

Freedom Newspapers DENTON, Texas — Finally, after scoring only two runs on 19 hits — two doubles and 17 singles — Eastern New Mexico University’s bats broke out on Saturday. It almost wasn’t enough. The Zias, who had already dropped the first three games of their Lone Star Conference South Division series with Texas Woman’s, […]

Zias earn big split against Abilene Christian

Freedom Newspapers Give the Eastern New Mexico University softball team credit for bouncing back. Abilene Christian rode a nine-run seventh inning to beat the Zias 17-8 the first game of their Lone Star Conference South Division doubleheader at Zia Softball Field. ENMU rallied behind five RBIs from freshman second baseman Rebecca Quinones and a solid […]

Zias get pounded at New Mexico

Freedom Newspapers ALBUQUERQUE — Eastern New Mexico University’s foray into Division I Tuesday night didn’t go too well. The Zias scored first, but by the second inning they were out of contention and were handed a 19-2 pasting by the University of New Mexico. ENMU (20-18), which had won seven of its previous eight games, […]

Zias sweep West Texas

Freedom Newspapers CANYON, Texas — Junior Nicole Dickson took a shutout into the seventh and finished with a seven-hitter as Eastern New Mexico University’s softball team completed a Lone Star Conference South Division sweep of West Texas A&M on Sunday with a 6-2 victory. The Zias (20-17, 5-7 South) put together a pair of four-run […]

Zias split twin-bill with West Texas

Freedom Newspapers CANYON, Texas — Freshman catcher Michelle Anderson belted a grand slam Saturday as Eastern New Mexico University routed West Texas A&M 12-1 to gain a split of its Lone Star Conference South Division softball doubleheader. Freshman right-hander Kristen Cruickshank blanked the Lady Buffs until the bottom of the fifth, allowing six singles and […]

Hounds sweep East Central 14-7, twice

Freedom Newspapers ADA, Okla. — Eastern New Mexico University’s baseball team has struggled mightily over the past three weekends. On Saturday, the Greyhounds found somebody perhaps struggling a bit more than they were. Freshman catcher Paden Vendrely keyed a nine-run second in the opener with a grand slam and the Hounds, who came in having […]

Hound batsmen defeated

Freedom Newspapers Third baseman Brett Cook went 3-for-4, scoring three runs and driving in two, and Wayland Baptist took control with a four-run third after the first two hitters were retired to beat Eastern New Mexico University 10-5 on Tuesday in a non-conference baseball game at Greyhound Field. The Pioneers (15-13) finished with 11 hits, […]

Greyhound baseball losing skid at nine

Freedom Newspapers Cameron stretched Eastern New Mexico University’s losing streak to nine games, beating the Greyhounds 18-12 and 7-6 Saturday in a Lone Star Conference Crossover doubleheader at McCord Field. After being down 4-0 in the first game, Cameron (11-10) exploded for 11 runs in the second inning on seven singles and a three-run double […]

Project CHEER offers fun, activities for Cannon’s single Airmen

Janet Taylor-Birkey Project CHEER is the newest, best thing at Cannon according to the new Community Center director. The goal of CHEER is to create hope, an environment of energy and enthusiasm and recreation for single and unaccompanied Airmen when they need it most, during the holiday season and winter months said Catherine Noll.. “Now […]

Roosevelt slips by Clovis Zia

Dave Wagner: Freedom Writer CLOVIS — Clovis Zia clawed its way back from a slow start Thursday night. Still, as the visiting team on its home field, it couldn’t hold off Roosevelt County, which pushed over the winning run in the bottom of the sixth for a 9-8 victory in the championship game of the […]