ENMU student body election final, but candidates still have issues

By Darrell Todd Maurina After confusion, accusations of impropriety and the disqualification of one candidate, Brett Trembly has been elected Eastern New Mexico University’s student body president. Trembly received 278 votes while the incumbent president, Bob Cornelius, received 217 votes. Fabian Guzman received 159 votes and said he was disqualified because of an e-mail sent […]

Governor making stop in Portales

Freedom Newspapers Governor Bill Richardson will hold town hall meetings in Clovis and Portales today. He will be in Clovis at 2:30 p.m. in the Bert Cabiness City Government Center (City Hall), 321 Connelly St., said Richardson spokeswoman Marsha Catron. Afterwards, Richardson will be in Portales at 4 p.m. in the Portales City Hall, 100 […]

ENMU Student Profile, Stacy Elliott

Your name: Stacy Elliott Your classification: Junior Your major: Public Relations Your age (and birthdate): 20 (August 18, 1983). Your hometown: Hobbs What’s your idea of a perfect day? A perfect day for me is when everything I want happens, MY WAY! What did you think about on Sept. 11? There is a purpose for […]

Kernan hopes for second term

By David Arkin: PNT Correspondent A Hobbs school teacher who also manages her own business hopes her political career is just getting started. Gay Kernan, who has served for the last two years as a state senator for District 42, which spans from Hobbs to Clovis — is seeking another term in Santa Fe. She […]

Oil man campaigns on water issues

By David Arkin: PNT Correspondent Water is one of those issues that always seems to be a talker around election season. It’s also the No. 1 reason why William V. Palmer wants to be a New Mexico Senator. Palmer, a Lovington oil and gas company owner, operator and investor, thinks he can do something about […]

Public Record April 18

The following dispositions were recently filed in the Roosevelt County district court: l Nasario Maldonado, 21, was found guilty of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, two counts of shoplifting, three counts of forgery, driving on suspension or revocation and concealing identity and the defendant will serve a term of 13 1/2 years of incarceration. […]

Citizens get home-buying advice at fair

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Tony Parra Mayor Orlando Ortega dubbed the housing fair on Saturday a “great success” with over 120 people from across eastern New Mexico participating in the event. Officials from the United States Department of Agriculture, Fannie Mae Foundation and the New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority met with individuals interested in buying a new home. “As […]

ENMU fraternity raises money for former student’s family

Abby Dunn CLOVIS — On Friday, 104 students from Eastern New Mexico University made the drive to Clovis for a bowling tournament sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, a campus service fraternity. The tournament, which took place at Mainline Bowl, was held as a fundraiser for the family of Monica Martinez, an ENMU student who passed […]

Officials to raise victim awareness

Michelle Seeber An informal gathering at Roosevelt County Courthouse at 10 a.m. Monday will bring Roosevelt and Curry County District Attorney Brett Carter, law enforcement officials and crime victims to speak in honor of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week April 18-24. Leah Schoeffel of the District Attorney’s Office said in addition, a representative from the […]

Sunland receives help to expand business

Tony Parra United States Department of Agriculture officials presented Sunland Inc. President Jimmie Shearer with a $450,000 check on Friday in an effort to expand the business and purchase new equipment. “It’s a dream come true,” an ecstatic Schearer said. “It can only happen in America. This (Sunland Inc.) was once a farm field. There […]