1-29-08 ENMU Briefs

Faculty / Alumni • Gene Smith, College of Business, had an article titled “CPAs-Close the Loopholes on Continuing Education” published in the December 2007 edition of the Journal of Human Resources and Adult Learning. • A monograph titled Counseling and Disabilities: Needed Counseling Concerns Relative to Educational Psychology and Special Education that was written by […]

1-29-08 Local Briefs

Library hosting scavenger hunt Students in grades K-6 are invited to participate in a scavenger hunt this week at the Portales Public Library. The hunt takes place at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday at the library, 218 S Ave. B. Conservation trees available It is time for interested residents of Roosevelt County to order conservation trees, […]

Former Lady Ram Morgan Hill’s Navy bunch to be broadcast today on ESPNU

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By Mickey Winfield: Freedom New Mexico Another year at the Naval Academy means more confidence, more playing time and more exposure for Portales native and former Lady Ram Morgan Hill. Hill is a sophomore at the Annapolis military academy, and this year, she’s better prepared to tackle the unique hardships that playing a sport at […]

Angelo State Rams batter Hounds 70-54

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By Mickey Winfield: Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico Greyhound basketball coach Shawn Scanlan isn’t using the shorthanded status of his team as an excuse. He simply doesn’t believe the five Greyhounds hitting the court at any given time are playing good basketball. The Greyhounds stayed with the Angelo State Rams for the entire first […]

Angelo State Rambelles come back to beat Zias

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By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball team gave Angelo State about a 10-minute head start in Saturday’s Lone Star Conference South Division basketball game. After that, the Zias more than held their own. They rallied to lead at halftime, then trailed once only briefly until the final two […]

Springs’ remoteness handy to outlaws

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Ruth White Burns: Special to the PNT Editor’s note: This is the final story in a three-part series of Sunday articles describing the importance of Portales Springs in eastern New Mexico history. As the ranchers began to come into eastern New Mexico in the 1860s and 1870s, the trail that went by Portales Springs was […]

Woman injured in explosion dies in hospital

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By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor A Portales woman injured in an explosion at her home Wednesday has died in a Lubbock hospital. Clytie Calton, 91, whose family owned and operated Calton Furniture in Portales, died late Saturday morning. Services are pending for Calton with Wheeler Mortuary. Family members smelled natural gas odorant inside the […]

Gas company: Explosions rare occurrences

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor While investigators haven’t pinpointed a cause for Wednesday’s deadly explosion at the Clytie Calton residence, members of the family have said they smelled gas prior to the explosion. Calton died Saturday from injuries sustained in that explosion. If it turns out to be caused by natural gas, it won’t […]

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Jan. 27, 1963 • The ENMU Golden Library construction OK’d at the cost of $575,000. • ENMU Greyhounds lost their first game in six starts in New Mexico.

Novak’s parents say they’re ready for closure

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor For Kimberly Novak’s parents, who will travel to New Mexico from their home in Arkansas for the murder trial of her husband, the investigation into their daughter’s death has been a long, slow, excruciating process. Edward Novak II was charged in March 2006 with the Oct. 28, 2004, slaying […]