ENMU briefs — Sept. 29

Employee and alumni briefs • Chris Taylor of the College of Business and co-authors Nelson Barber of University of New Hampshire and Cynthia Deale of Eastern Carolina have had an article titled “Wine packaging: Marketing towards consumer lifestyle to build brand equity and increase revenue” published in the International Journal of Revenue Management. • Sean [...]

My turn: Siblings priceless

Helena Rodriguez How many of you would trade in your brothers and sisters for a lump of cash? Sounds tempting. Kinda like Cash for Gold. But seriously, would you trade in your siblings for a bigger inheritance from your parents? There are some things money can’t buy; the constant annoyance, catch-scratch fights and squabbling with [...]

Obama visit felt like a New Mexico campaign stop

By Tim Korte: The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE — The White House billed it as a backyard visit in Albuquerque’s south valley, a chance for a disabled Marine Corps veteran, his family and their neighbors to pull up a lawn chair and share concerns with President Barack Obama. But it sure sounded like a campaign stop [...]

Press release: USAF Extends Initial Public Scoping Period on Low Altitude Tactical Navigation Area Proposal

CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. – The United States Air Force is extending the public comment period on the proposal to establish a Low Altitude Tactical Navigation area for Special Operation Forces here.

Greyhound soccer debuts in national rankings at No. 17

PORTALES — For the first time in the history of the program, the Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer team finds itself nationally ranked. A team-record five-match win streak has the Greyhounds’ record at 7-1 and tied for 17th in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America/Hendrickcars.com NCAA Division II poll. They share the [...]

Fishing report – Sept. 28

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, SEPT. 28, 2010 NEW MEXICO FISHING REPORT This fishing report, provided by the Department of Game and Fish and thefishphone.com, has been generated from the best information available from area officers, anglers, guides and local businesses. Conditions may vary as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities. Northeast Cimarron [...]

Masons honor emergency responders

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Argen Duncan Members of the Portales Masonic Lodge thanked local emergency services personnel and recognized long-standing Masons at a dinner Monday night at the lodge. The Masons invited Portales and Roosevelt County firefighters, emergency medical technicians and law enforcement officers. The evening also included presentations about different branches and charitable projects of the Free Masons. [...]

Joint Land Use committee addresses wind turbines

Freedom New Mexico The company conducting the Cannon Air Force Base joint land use study, and its policy committee tried to clear up concerns Monday at a Portales meeting about restrictions on wind turbines and how much authority Cannon will have about structures that stand over 75 feet high. Rudy Bauer, who supervises the study, [...]

It’s their job: Jerry Garcia

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Jerry Garcia of Portales said he enjoys working as a cook at Roosevelt General Hospital.

Tuesday morning briefing: Coat call, holiday seasons and the last .400 hitter

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Kids need coats Faith Christian Family Church, in partnership with Clovis Christian School, is collecting new and gently used coats for infants through adults. It’s the “Coats for Kids” drive. A collection box is at the school and will remain there until a few [...]