Oct. 20 ENMU football notes

By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers WHEN TARLETON STATE BEAT Eastern New Mexico University 34-27 on Saturday, it was the program’s first win at Blackwater Draw in six tries. This week, the Greyhounds travel to Texas A&M-Kingsville — a place they’ve never won (0-10). So could another “jinx” come to an end? “There’s a difference, though,” […]

Elliott among eight inducted into Hall of Honors

Freedom Newspapers Former Eastern New Mexico University head coach Bud Elliott and longtime area high school basketball coach Jimmy Joe Robinson were among eight inductees Saturday into ENMU’s Athletic Hall of Honors. Others inducted included Jennifer (Harrer) Buzard (softball), Betty Gayle Cooper-Ratliff (rodeo), Tommy Hightower (football), Stacey (Estlund) Vladimiroff (volleyball) and Michael Walton (football), and […]

Career fair sharpens student resumes

Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer Some college students fear there won’t be a job for them when they graduate. A career fair held in Portales Thursday should help ease that fear. Ty Walker, director of Counseling and Career Services for Eastern New Mexico University, said there were more than 40 employers in the Campus Union […]

Parenting choice pays off for Goolsby

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Complied by Laurie Stone: PNT Correspondent Name: Peggy Goolsby Job: Manager of Landall’s Box Office Age (and birth date): 58 years old, Nov. 14, 1946. Hometown: I was born in Portales and went to school in Floyd. Family: My daughter; Lexie Myers, son-in-law; Kevin Myers who owns Myers Electric in Clovis, my son, Landall, my […]

War puts catcher on farming path

Kevin Wilson: PNT Managing Editor Len Santi had a chance to be a professional baseball player, but the military draft intervened. Nearly 60 years after the Japanese officially surrendered to bring an end to World War II, Santi says the intervention steered him to a life he never imagined for himself but enjoyed all the […]

Departure sign of changing world of journalism

By Helena Rodriguez: PNT columnist One could sum up Dan Rather’s sad departure from CBS news on Wednesday night in his own words: “It’s way past the witching hour at this point in the game.” Since his controversial story on President Bush’s military service, Rather’s own career began to, as Rather said of Gore during […]

Jan. 9 Portales Junior High News

Welcome Back Principal Steve Harris welcomes students to the new semester and a great beginning of a new year. Faculty and staff attended training Monday and Tuesday and welcomed students to a cold Wednesday morning.   Career opportunities Thursday will find seventh grade students headed to Eastern New Mexico University to learn about different colleges […]

Dec. Broad Horizons News

Students have an important week at Broad Horizons. The afternoon classes, consisting of third, fourth and fifth periods, will be taking their course final exams on Thursday. The morning classes, first and second periods, will take their finals on Friday. Teachers will be working to complete the lessons, facilitate students with make-up work, and review […]

Williamson collection released

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By Kevin Wilson With a career spanning nearly 77 years as a writer, it’s no surprise that it would take a few years just to summarize the work of Jack Williamson. That process has been completed after nearly four years, with the help of more than a few fans and friends. “Seventy-Five: The Diamond Anniversary […]

Nov. 14 Broad Horizons School News

Students at Broad Horizons have n opportunity to get a headstart into the world of work and modern technology. Starting in January, Mrs. Griffith-Eakins will instruct a class which will feature computer programs such as MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Access and Outlook in its curriculum. Interested students may obtain “Microsoft Office” certification while gaining […]