ENMU Briefs Oct. 7

Wagon Wheel game set for Saturday The annual Wagon Wheel football game against West Texas A&M University is at 6 p.m. Saturday at Greyhound Stadium at Blackwater Draw. Undefeated WT is ranked in the top five in NCAA II. Lecture focuses on Southwest plants Author Bill Dunmire will discuss how plants and foods made their […]

Sept. 30, 2008 ENMU briefs

King and Queen contest Eastern New Mexico University’s Hispanic Affairs is holding a contest for Hispanic Rey y Reina (King and Queen). The contestants will show their ENMU spirit, public speaking and talent related to the Hispanic culture. The competition will begin at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Ground Zero in the Campus Union Building. Information: […]

Local Briefs Sept. 25

PNT Staff Reports National Day of Action slated The city of Portales is encouraging citizens and local groups particpate in community service projects for National Day of Action on Saturday.

Local Briefs Aug. 21, 2008

ENMU Briefs Aug. 19, 2008

Employee/Alumni BriefsManuel Varela, professor of biology, has been selected for the 2009 Edition of “Who’s Who in America.”Peggy Hardman wrote a review of Black Women in Texas History, Bruce Glasrud and Merline Pitre, Editors (Texas A&M Press, 2008). The review will be published in the Autumn 2009 Western Historical Quarterly. The Cyclone, the newsletter of […]

Local Briefs Aug. 13, 2008

Singles adult fellowship lunch set The adult singles of the First United Methodist Church are planning a Dutch treat lunch at noon Sunday at Pizza Hut in Portales, according to a news release. All singles of the area are invited to attend. Child care will not be available. Organizers hope to establish a singles ministry […]

ENMU Briefs Aug. 12, 2008

Employee/Alumni Briefs Michael F. Shaughnessy was recently interviewed by Roya Klingner of Germany. The interview was posted at http://www.begabungsforum.de/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=204. Michael F. Shaughnessy has been asked to continue to serve as a member of the Academic Advisory Board for ANNUAL EDITIONS: Adolescent Psychology.He will also continue to serve as editor of the New Mexico Journal of […]

Sports Briefs July 31, 2008

Freedom New Mexico ENMU football to host clinics Eastern New Mexico University’s football coaches will host a coaching clinic and a women’s “football tutorial” at 6 p.m. Monday in Room 2 of Greyhound Arena. The coaching clinic is open to football coaches at all levels, while the women’s program is for women 18 years old […]

Local Briefs July 13, 2008

Methodists to hold VBS The First United Methodist Church will hold its Vacation Bible School entitled “Galilee By-the-Sea Marketplace,” from 6-8:30 p.m. nightly this Monday through Friday at the church, Second Street and Avenue C. Children ages 3 to fifth grade are invited for Bible-time, crafts, games and Middle Eastern snacks.Information: JoBeth Massey 477-2276, Laveta […]

ENMU Briefs, July 1, 2008

ENMU Briefs June 17, 2008

Manuel Varela, associate professor of biology, and his research students have had a manuscript accepted in the peer-refereed Journal of Dairy Research. The journal is ranked ninth out of all scientific journals within the “Agriculture, Dairy and Animal Science” category, and 25th of all scientific journals within the “Food Science and Technology” category. The title […]

Local Briefs June 17, 2008

Golden Library taking oral histories Eastern New Mexico University’s Golden Library is resuming its oral history project, interviewing Roosevelt County residents of at least 50 years, according to an ENMU press release. The interviews will become a part of the library’s oral history collection. New faculty member

Local Briefs June 8, 2008

VBS opens at Grace Baptist Church Vacation Bible School begins Monday at Grace Baptist Church, 2000 S. Main, Portales. The school continues from 6-8:30 p.m. dialy through Friday. Information: Mark Butler, 791-0100

ENMU Briefs June 4, 2008

ENMU employee, student, alumniGene Smith, dean of the College of Business, recently presented a paper titled “Business School Accreditation Bodies: Beneficial or Dysfunctional?” at the 2008 International Conference of the Academic Business World. Donald Elder III, professor of history, won two awards from the New Mexico Broadcasters Association this weekend in Albuquerque. Along with partner […]

Local Briefs May 21, 2008

PNT Staff Reports Bank to close ENMU branch Portales National Bank will close its Eastern New Mexico University Branch around the end of July, said David Stone, bank president. “It was a painful decision to make,” Stone said. “My dad liked it, I liked it.” When the branch opened, parents would give their children money […]

ENMU Briefs May 20, 2008

Employee/Alumni Briefs One of Michael Sitton’s choral compositions, an unaccompanied anthem “To the Divine Trinity,” was performed at the Memorial Church of Harvard University on Trinity Sunday. Sitton is dean of the College of Fine Arts. ENMU graduate Lee Berlin has been named a prosecutor for the district attorney’s office in Wagoner, Okla. Summer school […]

Local Briefs May 15, 2008

Church sets graduation night University Baptist Church Youth ministry is sponsoring “No Regrets Night,” from 10 p.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday at University Baptist Church. A variety of activities open to all Portales High School juniors and seniors will be available, including food, games, a trip to Casel Land and more in a safe […]

Local Briefs May 13, 2008

City to mark EMS Week The Portales City Council will be presenting the Portales Fire Department with a proclamation during the special council meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 13, 2008 declaring May 18-24 “EMS Week” in Portales. During the week a variety of EMS educational tools and resources will be offered to the […]

Local Briefs April 29, 2008

Symonds to address Library Friends Rev. Jeff Symonds, pastor of the First United Methodist Church in Portales and a long-time maker of doll houses and miniatures, will present the program at the next regular meeting of the Friends of the Portales Public Library. The group will meet at

ENMU Briefs April 29, 2008

Faculty/Staff/Alumni briefsLinda Weems, graduate coordinator, program director and professor in the communicative disorders program, has been named the new dean of the Graduate School.Weems earned her B.S. in communicative disorders at ENMU in 1974 and her M.S and Ph.D. in speech-language pathology from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She was born and raised […]