ENMU men’s basketball capsule — Nov. 17

Freedom New Mexico ENMU (1-0) at Western State (0-1) When: 7 p.m. today at Gunnison, Colo. Last meeting: November 2009, the Greyhounds beat Western State 65-55 at Greyhound Arena. Season openers: The Hounds, with seven players sitting out one-game suspensions for participation in an unsanctioned spring league, rallied to beat NAIA member Northern New Mexico […]

My turn: Fish not worth trip

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There are just some places that were never meant to be great fishing spots and there is a reason. Sometime ago Norm Behr, who works as a circulation assistant for the Clovis News Journal and Portales News-Tribune, was working in Colorado. He heard Palmer Lake in Colorado was going to be opened to anglers after […]

Air Force to hold public scoping meetings

The Air Force is planning four meetings in northern New Mexico regarding a proposal to establish a Low Altitude Tactical Navigation area for Special Operation forces at Cannon Air Force Base. A LATN area allows airmen to practice low level military flight activities (between 200 and 500 feet above the ground). The airspace identified extends […]

ENMU men’s soccer squad moves to 2-0

Andy Wilkinson scored his first goal of the season 13 minutes into overtime, helping Eastern New Mexico University take a 2-1 win over Colorado-Colorado Springs Sunday at the ENMU pitch. Emerson Rodrigues, who scored the first goal for the Greyhounds (2-0), found Wilkinson on a cross pass, and Wilkinson redirected the ball past Mountain Lions […]

Cattleman outwits automated urinal

Back pain is the bane of many farmers and ranchers. A life of lifting, riding, shifting and physical exertion often leads them to a long-term relationship with osteopathic surgeons. Last spring, Colorado rancher Evan suffered through the spring branding and the state cattlemen’s meeting before making his doctor appointment. As his wife was checking him […]

Vatican should have followed Jesus’ example

This viewpoint, which reflects those of Freedom Communications, was written by the editorial staff at the Gazette in Colorado Springs, Colo. The best public relations campaigns are based in selfless compassion, truth and transparency. As a human organization with more than 1 billion members, the Catholic Church has an abundance of internal scandals in need […]

Portales Past: March 19, 1945

March 19, 1945: Portales Refrigeration and Electric Co., located at 208 NW Colorado St., reminded its customers in a newspaper ad: “The warm season of the year is almost here. That is when spoilage of foods can become very serious and expensive.”

ENMU’S Murphy invited to tryouts

Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University senior libero Caitlin Murphy has been invited to try out for the United States national volleyball team. The tryouts will be conducted by U.S. head coach Hugh McCutcheon in Colorado Springs, Colo., at the United States Olympic Training Center. Murphy, from Amarillo, will be seeking a position for […]

U.S. realizing pitfalls of big government

Freedom New Mexico Quitting must be a cool new trend among leading Democrats. Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter became the latest, announcing Jan. 5 he won’t seek re-election next fall. He cited family concerns, but maybe he considered a re-election bid futile. It should be a great time to be a Democrat. One of the left’s […]

U.S. too caught up in entitlement

By Glenda Price: FNM columnist The time: Early June, 1870 The place: Raton Pass, the segment of the Santa Fe Trail that goes over the mountain from Colorado into New Mexico. The Scene: A group of covered wagons stopped at the bottom of the mountain on the Colorado side. The men are unhitching the teams […]