ENMU construction on schedule

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The construction and demolition ongoing at Eastern New Mexico University is right on schedule and running smoothly, according to Scott Smart, ENMU vice president of business affairs “The last piece of the demolition was to fill in a hole at De Baca Hall. I think they just finished filling the hole today,” Smart said Wednesday […]

ENMU construction on schedule

Jaime Martinez, left, and Francisco Navarrete of Maranatha Construction, lay trusses for the third floor of the new Eastern New Mexico University dorm on Wednesday. Anthony Ortega, left, and Martin Porras of Bradbury Stamm stack dry wall on the second floor of the Eastern New Mexico University dorm construction site Wednesday. Foreman Bobby Ortega said […]

My turn: Nice to pretend

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I think it’s a natural part of human nature to like temporarily stepping out of your own shoes and pretending to be someone or something else. When I was younger, I was always interested in acting and thought it would be fun. I envisioned myself being somewhat good at comedy/slapstick acting (hold the gasps of […]

My turn: Nice to pretend

I think it's a natural part of human nature to like temporarily stepping out of your own shoes and pretending to be someone or something else. When I was younger, I was always interested in acting and thought it would be fun. I envisioned myself being somewhat good at comedy/slapstick acting (hold the gasps of […]

Press release: Republican senators comment as legislative session

Press release: Republican senators comment as legislative session Santa Fe — The 30 day Legislative Session ended at noon today and concluded a month full of debate, discussion and ended with a new, balanced budget to run state government starting in July. Many Republican State Senators say it is a good budget that continues to […]

Press release: Republican senators comment as legislative session

Press release: Republican senators comment as legislative session Santa Fe — The 30 day Legislative Session ended at noon today and concluded a month full of debate, discussion and ended with a new, balanced budget to run state government starting in July. Many Republican State Senators say it is a good budget that continues to […]

Ex-deputy chief pleads no contest

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Former Portales Deputy Police Chief Lonnie Berry pleaded no contest Thursday in district court to three charges of tampering with public records. A plea agreement he signed Thursday placed him on 18 months of unsupervised probation. The agreement also required him to pay a $500 restitution fee — the amount of the citations he tampered […]

Legislature finishes politically heated session

The Associated Press SANTA FE — Lawmakers adjourned Thursday in an election-year session dominated by a clash of political wills between Republican Gov. Susana Martinez and Democrats controlling the Legislature. Key parts of the first-term governor’s legislative agenda died upon adjournment, including educational initiatives and a proposal to stop New Mexico from issuing driver’s licenses […]

Legislature finishes politically heated session

SANTA FE — Lawmakers adjourned Thursday in an election-year session dominated by a clash of political wills between Republican Gov. Susana Martinez and Democrats controlling the Legislature. Key parts of the first-term governor's legislative agenda died upon adjournment, including educational initiatives and a proposal to stop New Mexico from issuing driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. […]

Thursday morning briefing: Showing off, hot chili and a taste of honey

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Showing off Catabration — also known as parent night — is 5 p.m. 6 p.m. today at the Clovis High School Freshman Academy. It's a parent night to showcase the students work. Hot chili The Portales Kiwanis Club's 49th annual Chili Dinner is 5 […]