Sept. 25 Obituaries

Florence Sherman Services: 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005, at Westminister Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Florence Preston Sherman, 96, of Clovis, died Thursday, Sept. 15, 2005, at Laurel Ridge Healthcare in Clovis. She was born June 7, 1909, to Melbourne and Louise Wooding Preston in New Haven, Conn. She married Frank W. Sherman Jr. on Sept. […]

Greyhounds win third straight

Freedom Newspapers ABILENE, Texas — Sophomore quarterback Michael Benton rushed for 106 yards and two touchdowns and threw for another score Saturday to help lift Eastern New Mexico University past Abilene Christian 33-30 in the Lone Star Conference South Division opener for both teams. ENMU (3-2) erased deficits of 16-7 and 22-14, then held on […]

ENMU soccer team gets shut out

By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer team was struggling in the first half on Friday against Missouri Southern, but managed to get out with a scoreless tie. The Greyhounds were never able to get anything going on Friday and lost 1-0 in sudden-death overtime to the Lions in a Southwest […]

Floyd has answers for Clovis Christian

Freedom Newspapers CLOVIS — When Clovis Christian was able to get something going Friday night against Floyd, the Broncos seemed to have every answer. Brad Lee ran for two touchdowns, threw a 35-yard scoring pass to Jason Martinez and caught a pair of TD tosses from Kyle Kropf as Floyd won its six-man District 3 […]

Davis home brings active family together

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Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor A home is a place for living and that’s one important detail that Scott and Janet Davis didn’t overlook when they built their house three years ago. Nearly everything about their home speaks of family time. The Davis’ home at 508 E. 16th is one of five homes that will […]

Area residents prepare for High Plains Yard Sale

Eric Butler: PNT Correspondent Pickup trucks and horse trailers are nothing new at the Curry County fairgrounds, but — pickup trucks and horse trailers full of toys, furniture, exercise equipment and enough clothing for a small army? That was the Saturday morning sight as organizers of a hurricane relief yard sale accepted donations from Clovis […]

Portales hosts 140 in karate tournament

Karl Terry: PNT managing editor Chuck Norris wasn’t in Portales Saturday but martial arts did take center stage as Greyhound Arena played host to the Yom Chi Taekwon-Do Association’s New Mexico state tournament. Over 140 competitors from five states took part in the open tournament which features competition in five disciplines. Sixty local competitors were […]

Goddard runs over Rams

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By Kevin Wilson: PNT staff writer ROSWELL — Portales, 1-1 in Class 3A play so far, got a rude welcome to its first foray into Class 4A football for the season. The host Goddard Rockets, ranked No. 3 in Class 4A, built momentum behind a three-man attack of Jesus Baca, Tommy Spangler and Steven Chaves […]

Hounds start division play

By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Two weeks ago, things weren’t looking too good for the Eastern New Mexico University Greyhounds. The Greyhounds were coming off solid spankings at the hands of Central Arkansas (51-0) and Southeastern Oklahoma (28-12), and their streak of seven consecutive winning seasons appeared in jeopardy. Now the Hounds have won twice […]

Wildcats win another late

By Jesse Wolfersberger: Freedom Newspapers RIO RANCHO — Clovis rolled the dice twice in the final minutes and came out winners of its fourth straight game. In what turned out to the winning drive, senior quarterback Devin Sweet kept the drive on a short fourth-down run and threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Rishard Matthews […]