Fascinations can invade dreams

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor I’m terrorized by bears in my dreams and I think “Gentle Ben” is the reason why. At the same time I am fascinated by the creatures, especially grizzly bears, yet most of my experience with bears has been through books, TV documentaries and movies. If I were reclining on […]

Little car not destined to be big sleigh

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor Our little bit of snow last week was a cakewalk compared to over a decade of living in the mountains of Colorado where driving on snow and ice all winter long was the norm. The winter roads in Colorado were one of the top reasons coming home to New […]

Hound soccer wins opener

PNT Staff Report The Eastern New Mexico mens soccer team opened their season on the road Thursday afternoon with a 2-0 win at Colorado Christian. Andrew Perez got the Hounds on the board first with a first half penalty kick. Jared Morris added to that total after capitalizing on a one-on-one showdown with the Colorado […]

Media should focus on nice stories

By Baxter Black: Freedom Newspapers Sometimes I think I live in a different country than the ones I read about in the newspapers or hear on the radio and TV. For instance, I was in Sacramento, Calif., recently. It is not the same California you read about in the letters to the editor in the […]

Colorado serial murder case has Clovis connection

By Sharna Johnson: Freedom Newspapers A Clovis native who developed a taste for crime fighting as a local newspaper reporter and photographer played a role in a convicted Colorado man’s confessing to the killing of as many as 48 people. Scott Fischer was part of a three-member cold-case unit in El Paso County, Colo., that […]

June 24, 2006 Obituaries

Richard Dassero Services: None. Richard D. Dassero, 55, of Colorado Springs, Colo., died Monday, June 19, 2006. He was born April 14, 1951, in Norfolk, Neb., and grew up in Colorado Springs. He attended Palmer High School and graduated from Colorado Technical University with a bachelor’s degree. A 20-year veteran of the Air Force, he […]

Outdoore Rec provides play gear all year

Airman 1st Class Thomas Trower Many families are searching for family events now that summer has come and school is out. One problem many face is that they do not have the right equipment to do things like go camping, boating, sailing or just barbecue in the back yard. The Outdoor Recreation (ODR) office has […]

Town set for military boost

By Marlena Hartz: Freedom Newspapers For the mountain community of Colorado Springs, Colo., change is certain. In the next few years, the size of nearby Fort Carson will more than double. As overseas assignments in Germany, Europe and Asia shrink to create a more mobile military, more than 10,000 troops will be assigned to the […]

Zias blank Colorado State-Pueblo

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers The difference between a one-goal lead and a two-goal margin in soccer can sometimes be night and day. On Friday, Eastern New Mexico University’s women team saw a 3-0 lead closed to 3-2 by halftime against Colorado Christian before surviving a scoreless second half. Sunday against Colorado State-Pueblo, there were […]

Hounds manage scoreless tie against Thunderwolvess

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Eastern New Mexico University survived one final late run by Colorado State-Pueblo on Sunday and came away with its second shutout of the weekend — albeit a scoreless tie. Thunderwolves midfielder Ryan Creager raced down the middle and fired on goal in the final minute of the second overtime, but […]

Zias continue home magic

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers PORTALES — Anna Funck said she felt pretty good going into Friday’s match against Colorado Christian. Good thing for the Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team, too. Funck, a junior midfielder from Amarillo, was involved in each of the Zias’ goals in a 3-2 win over the Cougars at […]

Tangerine and her Frenzy bring back memories

By Bob Huber It happens every spring — hornets buzz, dirt blows, and I recall my youthful romance with Tangerine Crotchmire. It didn’t last — it just wasn’t meant to be — but it was a shining moment in my misspent youth, and it comes back every year to haunt me. Tangerine was the sister […]

Astronaut visits ENMU campus

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By Tony Parra John Herrington has been in space. On Monday, he completed another important trip, answering questions from area students at Eastern New Mexico University’s Theatre Center. “It’s a great chance to come to a place, which I’m sure, not many astronauts have visited,” Herrington said after the presentation. “We (astronauts) want to share […]

ENMU soccer teams sweep Colorado Christian

PNT Sports LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Sophomore forward Johnathan Holman collected two goals and an assist Friday as Eastern New Mexico stayed unbeaten in its first season of competition with a 4-1 victory over Colorado Christian. Keith Vargas scored unassisted in the fourth minute to put the Greyhounds (2-0-1) in front, and Holman then assisted on […]

Zias win season opener

Freedom Newspapers COLORADO SPRINGS — Eastern New Mexico University’s starting front line combined for 36 points and 31 rebounds on Sunday and the Zias defeated Colorado-Colorado Springs 65-55 in the women’s basketball opener for both teams. Sophomore Elizabeth Richards scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds, junior Loren Scarlett added 12 points and nine boards […]