Oct. 5 Elida News

Big Brothers Big Sisters The Big Brothers Big Sisters school-based mentoring initiative program continues at Elida High School. The following students have volunteered to be a Big Brother or a Big Sister to students who attend Elida Elementary School: Kodi Armitage, Jewlie Paiz, Thomas West, Clayton Ford, Brandy Hudson, Valeria Rascon, Alicia Cross-Smith, and Lindsey [...]

Oct. 5 Dora/South County News

By Charlie Carmichael: PNT Correspondent Hurricane helpers Roosevelt County Electric Cooperative has some linemen in south Texas doing repairs caused by Hurricane Rita. Some have been there several days and will be home this week. Another crew is planning on leaving on Thursday and will be there approximately 10 days. Child care trailer The Dora [...]

Oct. 5, 2005 Obituaries

Services: 10 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. Richard Salomon Salas, 40, of Clovis, died Monday, Oct. 3, 2005, at Plains Regional Medical Center. He was born June 10, 1965, in Clovis to Jose Guadalupe and Alice Sena Salas. He was a contractor who specialized in Southwest design. He was a member of [...]

Cheese plant gets milk shipment

By Marlena Hartz: Freedom Newspapers Southwest Cheese received their first delivery of milk Tuesday, although by the end of the year it will only be operating at 30 percent of capacity, according Southwest Cheese Company Chief Executive Director Maurice Keane. The plant received 65,000 pounds of milk Tuesday from local co-ops Dairy Farmers of America [...]

Portales wins fifth-straight match

PNT Staff Portales didn’t get the start it wanted, but it certainly got the finish. The Lady Rams put their winning streak to five matches and stayed undefeated in District 4-3A play with an 18-25, 25-16, 25-16, 25-12 victory Tuesday at Lovington. “They came out playing pretty hard,” Portales coach Ruth Chavez said of Lovington. [...]

Zias win in five against LCU

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By Dave Wagner Facing a fifth game for the second consecutive match, the Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team got it right this time. The Zias stayed in control for most of the fifth game Tuesday night to turn back Lubbock Christian 25-30, 30-27, 24-30, 30-25, 15-12 at Greyhound Arena. Coach Mike Maguire said the [...]

Hounds up to No. 8 in region

By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Eastern New Mexico coach Mark Ribaudo is unsure if the Greyhounds would have been ready to play undefeated West Texas A&M in the second or third week of the season. Instead, the teams meet this week for the Lone Star Conference South Division lead in the Buffaloes’ homecoming game at [...]

Division lead at stake Saturday

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers BLACKWATER DRAW — Eastern New Mexico University football coach Mark Ribaudo knew he had to do something to get Angelo State quarterback Trey Weishuhn under control. Otherwise, the Greyhounds were going to be in for a long night. Completing six of his first seven passes, Weishuhn engineered the Rams into [...]

Zias get shutout against rival CSW

By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers On the surface, it was just a sleepy non-league win in the middle of Lone Star Conference play. Eastern New Mexico University’s Megan Dozier, though, said Sunday’s 3-0 shutout of Hobbs-based College of the Southwest meant a little more than that to the Zias. “They’re one of our biggest rivals,” [...]

CSW edges Greyhounds

By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers College of the Southwest men’s soccer coach Rob Irvine said his team been a bit up and down this season. Irvine was happy to see his squad play relatively well on Sunday, though, in a 2-1 victory over Eastern New Mexico University at the ENMU pitch. The Hobbs-based, NCAA Division [...]