Kevin Wilson If there is any consensus to be found with redistricting coming up this fall, it’s uncertainty. Among representatives and analysts, there’s nothing guaranteed regarding how the Legislature does its decennial organization of its 70 House seats and 42 Senate seats, along with congressional districts and districts for city councils and commissions and school […]
Cannon Connections photo: Liliana Castillo Military spouse Susan Hinrichs paints faces Saturday at one of the free booth activities for children. Liliana Castillo Airmen of the 27th Special Operations Group and Special Operations Maintenance Group, along with their families, enjoyed a day of fun, food and games Saturday at Cannon Air Force Base’s Fall Festival. […]
Freedom New Mexico STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Irelis Ilarraza had 16 kills and three block solos Saturday and Tarleton State fended off a solid challenge from Eastern New Mexico to beat the Zias 19-25, 25-22, 25-19, 25-23 in Lone Star Conference volleyball play. The TexAnns (21-8, 7-5) coming off a five-set loss to LSC-leading West Texas […]
Karl Terry Trick-or-treating was a big part of the fall season when I was a kid but the annual Fun Festival at L.L. Brown Elementary School was a fall classic. When I was trick-or-treat age we lived in the country and so that activity wasn’t as big for us as it was for city kids […]
Alisa Boswell ‘Tis the season for candy, costumes, and fun. Several Halloween, Harvest and fall events are happening in the Clovis/Portales area this week to celebrate the holidays. Pre-schoolers dressed in their costumes Thursday morning for story time at Clovis-Carver Library. Crissie Carter, a library staff member, read the children stories with Halloween and fall […]
The following is a list of local holiday happenings this weekend:
Cannon Connections photo: Gabriel Monte John Vuong, 8, crosses the pumpkin obstacle course finish line at the skate park at Doc Stewart park. Vuong had the winning time. Cannon Connections staff During the winter months, the Cannon Community Center doesn’t have much in terms of family activities, according to center manager Paul Hopkins. The center […]
Freedom New Mexico CANYON, TEXAS — West Texas A&M scored three goals in the final 15 minutes and beat Eastern New Mexico University 3-0 on Wednesday in a Lone Star Conference men’s soccer match. Dominic Furness scored twice for the Buffaloes (8-5-1, 2-3 LSC) with the final score coming on a penalty kick with 3:41 […]
The days may still be hot, but have you noticed the nights are beginning to cool down? I love to feel the crisp early mornings. My yard seems to say, “Come look at me. I am putting on my best show.” Leaves have begun to drop, and flowers are blooming with enormous beauty. Even my […]
Cheryl Borden: Creative living Information on pressing flowers, fall foliage and using recycled materials for craft projects will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Kate Chu represents pressed-flowers.com, and she’s going to show different ways that pressed flowers can be attached to different objects, such as magnets, […]
Friday Fall greens aeration ends — Whispering Winds. Poetry contest deadline — Community Center. Late Nighter — 9 p.m., Landing Zone. “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” homeschool group performance — 7 p.m.., Lyceum Theater. Free admission. Roosevelt County Fair — 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Roosevelt County Fairgrounds.
Fall semester begins The 2010 fall semester at Eastern New Mexico University begins today and ends Dec. 11. The last day to late-register is Aug. 25. Commencement will be held Dec. 12. Registration information: 562-2175.
By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University’s high-powered offense is slowing gaining respect in the Lone Star Conference. The Greyhounds (3-8, 0-6 LSC South Division), making the switch this season to the North in football, were picked for fourth place in the North in the conference’s preseason poll. Moreover, they earned two […]
Argen Duncan With Eastern New Mexico University and Clovis Community College expecting significant increases in enrollment this fall, employees from both institutions are scrambling to keep up, officials say. Lisa Spencer, director of marketing at CCC, said the school had 1,025 students enrolled for the coming fall semester, compared to 667 this time last year, […]
By Elaine Wilson: American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — The Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts program will resume Oct. 25, but with some significant changes to the popular spouse employment program, a defense official announced today. Changes include a reduction in the amount of financial aid, a change in the population eligible to receive that […]
June 26, 1960: Alvin Stevenson, a 40-year-old Elida rancher, was in the hospital following a weekend fall from a windmill. He suffered five broken ribs and a broken collarbone.
June 23, 1910: Forty of 70 irrigation pumps planned for installation in Roosevelt County had been completed. One injury was reported during the week: A Mr. Rayburn was caught in the fall of a derrick and suffered a broken shoulder.
Child screenings today Parents who wish to register their child for preschool or kindergarten for the fall 2010 semester are invited to come to the preschool building today from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Bring your child’s birth certificate, shot record, and Social Security card. Patty Mohon, preschool teacher, hopes to see many new faces at this year’s […]
By Baxter Black: PNT columnist In the fall of 2008, before the election, as the recession crashed down around us, I gave up on politics. It appeared that no one on either side, on Wall Street, in Detroit or in the media had a clue. It was like listening to a basket of turkeys expounding […]