Snack recipes, copper benefits featured

By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on the importance of copper in the diet, operating systems for window coverings and preparing after-school snack recipes will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday. Registered dietitian Pat Baird will talk about the importance of copper in the diet. Not only […]

Birth

Encinias Nikolas Ray Encinias was born Aug. 14, 2009, to Phillip and Mandy Encinias of Clovis at Plains Regional Medical Center. He weighed 6 pounds, 1 ounce. He has one sister, Faith Madison, 5. Grandparents are Rubel and Judith Encinias of Clovis; Judy Southern-Woods of Portales; and Max Baca of Portales.

ENMU men take cross country title

Freedom New Mexico BURKBURNETT, Texas — Junior Richard Kogo’s sixth-place finish Thursday helped the Eastern New Mexico University men’s cross country team capture the team title in the season-opening Mustang Stampede, hosted by Midwestern State. ENMU finished with 53 team points to 60 for runnerup East Central. The Greyhounds had 13 of the 64 runners […]

Godliness will restore America

By Joan Clayton: PNT columnist The Biblical scholar can’t help but know how this country has come to the state it’s in. All through the Old Testament, people who turned their backs on God found themselves surrounded and overcome with enemies. The Ten Commandments have been taken down. Prayer has been removed from the public. […]

Zias get sweep for first win of season

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By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico wanted to send a message before its weekend tournament. They sent the message quick. Playing in a warmup home match before the two-day ENMU Invitational, the Zias held off challenges from a struggling New Mexico Highlands squad to notch a 25-21, 25-15, 25-13 victory Thursday at […]

Colleges make flu season preparations

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By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer Local campuses are taking the threat of H1N1 flu (swine flu) seriously. Eastern New Mexico University and Clovis Community College are already preparing students to try and minimize any outbreaks. “Primarily for us it is going to be educational, telling people how to avoid contagion, getting the symptoms out […]

Udall: ‘Country moving in right direction’

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By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico TUCUMCARI — This was no political pep rally. U.S. Sen. Tom Udall, D-N.M., had to answer some tough questions on Thursday as he hosted a 90-minute town hall meeting at the Tucumcari Convention Center. Questions ranged from health care to federal bailouts, and some were even personal, as about […]

Getting to know: Pastor seeks to change perception of church

Pastor seeks to change perception of church Brian Townsend, 40, moved to Portales eight years ago to become the pastor at the Baptist Student Union, located just across the street from Eastern New Mexico University. Townsend is married to Cherie and the couple has four children: Christian, 17, Brennan, 12, Cara, 10, and Bryce, 6. […]

Organizers hold concert for scholarship fund

Freedom New Mexico A concert aimed at establishing a new scholarship is set for noon to midnight Saturday at the Portales Softball Complex. “Focused and Full of Hope” features music by Thousand Year Reign, Blackwater, Crash Wednesday, Groupo Celio Spanish and Mexican, the Kacee Lovato Band, Kevin and Maggie Gardels, Johnny and Jill Mulhair, Will […]

United Way kickoff set before Rams-Mules game

The United Way of Eastern New Mexico is holding a kickoff party from 5-6 p.m. at Greyhound Stadium, preceding the Rams’ football game against the Muleshoe Mules. United Way board members will be on hand to give information about the charitable organization and its upcoming fundraising drive. Hot dogs and drinks will be served, and […]