Freeze, possible snow predicted

Kevin Wilson Nobody expects much hardship from tonight’s predicted snowfall, but a little touch of prevention never hurts. After a hot and dry summer, the area’s first snowfall is predicted for late tonight and early Thursday, with a low of 33 degrees and an 80-percent chance of precipitation, according to weather.com. The site calls for […]

Severe storms expected tonight

Sharna Johnson Severe thunderstorms with dangerously high winds and large hail could move through Curry and Roosevelt counties by tonight, according to the National Weather Service. The storm front, which is expected to begin west of Clovis, will start moving through the area in the afternoon, said Tim Shy, NOAA senior forecaster. Shy said rain […]

ENMU basketball games moved to Saturday

Freedom New Mexico Tonight’s Lone Star Conference men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader between Incarnate Word and Eastern New Mexico University at Greyhound Arena was postponed due to inclement weather. The UIW team bus slid into the ditch twice on Tuesday trying to make the trek west, according to the school’s web site, and returned to […]

Start of Hounds football game delayed again

The start of Eastern New Mexico University’s football game tonight against Southern Nazarene at Greyhound Stadium has been delay again at 7:20 p.m. because lightning. The game is the season opener for both teams.

Curry County Fair features five concerts

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Freedom New Mexico Little Joe will take to the Curry County Events Center stage at 9 tonight as one of five concert performances during the Curry County Fair. Described as “the king of brown sound,” Little Joe has been performing music for more than 40 years and is credited as a pioneer of Tejano music, […]

My Turn: Freedom of speech must be respected

Wendel Sloan Tonight I will join thousands in watching Portales’ fireworks. Although I am not a knee-jerk “America: Love It or Leave It” type, I revere the freedom that Independence Day celebrates. While I agree with some of our government’s military decisions, and disagree with others—especially when I think that better options could have been […]

Election blog: At least five AGs have come from Clovis

By David Stevens: FNM EDITOR Tuesday night’s blog reported at least four New Mexico attorneys general have come from Clovis. Longtime attorney Lynell Skarda adds one more name to the list: Clovis’ Fred Standley — “a good friend of mine,” Skarda said — was AG in 1957 and 1958. • • • Incumbent probate judge […]

Jan. 29, 1963

According to the Portales News Tribune, local Forecast: Increasing cloudiness and rather windy, turning much colder tonight and Wednesday. Low tonight 20, high Wednesday 32.

ENMU notes: Hounds host exhibition game tonight

Freedom New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team, under first-year coach Andrew Helton, will host the New Mexico All-Stars in an 8 p.m. exhibition game today at Greyhound Arena. The contest will be a final tuneup for the Greyhounds, who open the regular season at home on Tuesday against cross-state rival Western […]

Nov. 2, 1961

Local forecast: Partly cloudy, occasionally windy and cool today. Cloudy tonight and tomorrow. A few showers today and tonight. Few snow showers tomorrow. Much colder tomorrow and windy again during the afternoon. Low tonight 40, high tomorrow 52.

DWI saturation patrols planned tonight in Clovis

Clovis police will be conducting DWI saturation patrols tonight through tomorrow morning to target drunk drivers. According to a press release, officers will out in force patrolling Clovis’ streets from 11 a.m. today to 3 a.m. Saturday.

Grass fire burns 300 acres of pastureland in Melrose

Freedom New Mexico A grass fire about five miles northwest of Melrose consumed about 300 acres of pastureland Tuesday evening, according to fire officials. The fire started about 7 p.m. between Curry roads 14 and 15 about a mile and a half west of New Mexico 268, according to Melrose Fire Chief Kenny Jacobs. Firefighters […]

Hounds gear up for No. 4 WT

By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico Mark Ribaudo has no illusions about what his squad faces tonight. Eastern New Mexico University’s football team, currently on a four-game losing streak, has the unenviable task of taking on rival and fourth-ranked West Texas A&M in a 6 p.m. Lone Star Conference South Divison clash. “They’re No. 4 […]

Cancer program airs tonight

By Thomas Garcia, PNT Staff Writer A special program on the impact of cancer in America airing tonight on all three major networks will hit home for many eastern New Mexico families. Between 1995 and 2004, there have been 1,590 Curry County and 657 Roosevelt County residents diagnosed with new cancer cases, according to the […]

Aug. 8, 1975

EL Combo Madrid a Spanish rock and country western group which included three brothers and a cousin played tonight at the Community Services Center in a fundraiser. The charge was 50 cents.

Meth documentary airs statewide tonight

Freedom New Mexico staff “Crystal Darkness,” a documentary campaign on the abuse of methamphetamines, will air at 6:30 p.m. tonight on multiple televisions throughout New Mexico.

Meth documentary to air tonight

A 30-minute documentary, “Crystal Darkness,” will air statewide at 6:30 p.m. today. The documentary can be seen in Portales on KOB-TV, channel 4. It features stories from New Mexico methamphetamine users and their families and is being localized in various regions. “The Crystal Darkness” campaign began in January in Reno, Nev., by a nonprofit organization […]

Religion Digest April 4, 2008

Bible study begins tonight A new Sabbath Bible Study begins at 7 p.m. today at the Wesley Foundation across from the Eastern New Mexico University campus.The Sabbath Bible Study will be taught every other Friday by Frederico “Rico” Rosendo, who is a Messianic Jew. A light meal also will be served. Admission is free. The […]

Pastors portray Christ’s last words

By Janet Bresenham, Freedom New Mexico Area pastors will join together tonight to take listeners on a spiritual journey from the first statement Jesus Christ made on the cross to the last statement before he died. Along the way, they hope to bring renewed meaning to the message of what Jesus did on the cross […]

Shorthanded Hounds host WT tonight

By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico Facing rival West Texas A&M was already a big challenge for the Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team, but it just got a lot bigger. When the Greyhounds entertain WT in a 7:30 p.m. Lone Star Conference South Division clash today at Greyhound Arena, their bench will be […]