Cycle helps Hounds turn back USW

Freedom New Mexico HOBBS — Senior left fielder Kevin Thompson hit for the cycle, including one of four Eastern New Mexico University home runs, as the Greyhounds got past University of the Southwest 13-8 in a non-conference baseball game Tuesday. Thompson, who raised his batting average for the spring to .301, went 4-for-5 with a [...]

United Way short of fundraising goal

Freedom New Mexico The United Way of Eastern New Mexico is 26 percent short of its goal with 11 days left in the fundraising cycle, according to a news release. So far, $430,385 has been raised toward the community-wide goal of $580,000, the release said. Deadline for donations is Jan. 20. This year’s goal is [...]

Nov. 17, 1947

Owner Paul E. Kiker opened the Cycle Shop at 323 1/2 E. State Street.

Food, gasoline prices strange bedfellows

By Baxter Black At the top of the agenda for reporters this news cycle is the global food crisis. Jay Leno observed that the world is suffering from a food shortage and obesity at the same time. Pundits, who seem to have the attention span of a Bartlett pear, are busily looking for someone to [...]

Water group receives funds for Ute Pipeline

Freedom New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico Rural Water Authority Ute Water Pipeline Project was awarded $4.52 million in the 2008 Water Trust Board funding cycle Wednesday in Santa Fe, according to a press release from the city of Clovis. The funding is a 20 percent loan, and 80 percent grant agreement, and is repayable [...]

County plays host to annual Cycle City Arenacross event

By Mickey Winfield: PNT staff writer Engines were humming and bikes were catching big air Saturday night, as the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds’ Special Events Arena played host to the annual Cycle City Arenacross. Nearly 300 riders from all around the region competed in 18 classes. According to Tod Hammock, manager of Cycle City Promotions, that [...]