Wide variety of non-credit classes offered

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By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer Leaders at Clovis Community College and Eastern New Mexico University say non-credit classes are a direct response to community needs. Judith Spillane, the business and non-credit training coordinator at Clovis Community College, said her institution’s offerings change to meet needs. “We also offer a large number of non-credit online […]

Tuesday morning briefing: From double-dippers to Clovis school board

Good morning. Welcome to Freedom New Mexico’s Tuesday morning briefing.

Zias win season finale at Northeastern State

Freedom New Mexico TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Senior forward Samantha Lawrence scored her team-leading seventh goal of the season with eight minutes left in regulation, lifting Eastern New Mexico University to a 1-0 Lone Star Conference women’s soccer victory over Northeastern State on Sunday in the regular-season finale for both teams. Lawrence took a pass from […]

Melrose Bombing Range spared from cuts

By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer The $5 million for expansion at the Melrose Bombing Range has escaped cuts in the Legislature. State Sen. Stuart Ingle, R-Portales, said the money is there for now, although he doesn’t know what the governor will propose. Clovis Mayor Gayla Brumfield said the project has been around since the […]

It’s their job: Secretary stays busy

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Name: Shauna Wade Job: Secretary for certified public accountant Terry L. Cone. Background: I am originally from Sundown, Texas. I’ve lived in Portales since 2003. I am married, and I have two daughters. Time on job: I have been with Terry L. Cone for two years. What does your job entail? Everything. I answer telephones, […]

Council to vote on restaurant grant

By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer The Portales City Council is set to vote on whether to provide $50,000 in economic development assistance to Vines Italian Restaurant. The vote is part of the agenda for the council meeting at 7 p.m. today in City Hall. Vines owner Mark Vigil said he applied for the money […]

Nov. 3 ENMU Briefs

Students attend summit Eastern New Mexico University freshman theater major Kyree McField, freshman criminal justice and psychology major Shani Morris and junior public relations major, Jordan Anderson, attended the Governor’s Achievement Gap Summit on Oct. 26 in Albuquerque. About 12 students attended, with the group comprised of Eastern’s students and junior high and high school […]

Commission to OK fairgrounds arena funding

PNT Staff Report Roosevelt County commissioners are expected today to approve money for moving an existing building from Colorado to Portales, where it will serve as a new indoor arena at the fairgrounds. On the commissioners’ agenda is a memorandum of understanding between the Department of Finance and Administration and Roosevelt County concerning the arena. […]

Arkansas shooting suspect jailed

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By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico A man accused of shooting of an Arkansas police officer is being held in Tucumcari today on a $1 million bond after police say he turned himself in at San Jon port of entry. Tristan Honey, 25, of Fort Smith, Ark. surrendered to New Mexico Port of Entry Officer […]

Offcials: State bombing range money safe for now

By Argen Buncan: PNT senior writer The $5 million for expansion at the Melrose Bombing Range has escaped cuts in the Legislature. State Sen. Stuart Ingle, R-District 27, said the money is there for now, although he doesn’t know what the governor will propose. Clovis Mayor Gayla Brumfield said the project has been around since […]