Zias fall in four at Lubbock

Freedom New Mexico LUBBOCK — Lubbock Christian fought off Eastern New Mexico University in the second game, then dominated the rest of the way to hand the Zias a 22-25, 26-24, 25-16, 25-12 setback Tuesday night in non-conference volleyball. The Lady Chaps (25-1), ranked 24th in the NAIA, were coming off a five-game win over […]

ENMU soccer squads fall

By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team worked hard to gain the lead, then Texas A&M-Commerce’s Meagan Lasley took it away in a matter of moments. The 5-foot-5 junior forward scored three times in a span of less than eight minutes to give the Lions a 3-1 Lone […]

PHS News Oct. 19

ENMU recruiter to visit Thursday Stephanie McClary of Eastern New Mexico University will be on campus Thursday to talk with PHS seniors interested in attending ENMU for the fall 2009 semester.

Zias fall to NAIA No. 24 Lubbock Christian

Freedom New Mexico PORTALES — Lubbock Christian, ranked No. 24 in NAIA volleyball, continued its hot streak Tuesday night with a 25-19, 25-22, 25-16 victory over Eastern New Mexico University at Greyhound Arena. The Lady Chaps (18-1), extended their match winning streak to 12. The last six of those have been by 3-0 counts. Still, […]

Hounds fall to CSU-Pueblo

Freedom New Mexico Grand Junction, Colo. — Robert Kinsey scored his ninth goal of the season as Colorado State-Pueblo beat Eastern New Mexico University 2-0, ending the Greyhounds’ four-game undefeated streak Friday in a non-conference match. Kinsey scored on header midway through the first half to put Pueblo up 1-0. Allan Chacon added an insurance […]

Debate team numbers spike from offseason recruiting

By Mickey Winfield: Freedom New Mexico Word of mouth travels fast, especially within the walls of Portales High School. When PHS students heard that four members of their debate team competed in the national competition last spring in Las Vegas, Nev., many more wanted to participate. The club went from a little more than a […]

Part-time job fair connects local employers, students

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By Sarah Meyer, PNT Staff Writer Eastern New Mexico University students had a chance Tuesday to apply for part-time jobs with local employers. The part-time job fair started last fall. “We try to bring employers together so students don’t have to go from business to business,” said Susan Larsen, director of counseling and career services […]

Fall semester enrollment up at ENMU

PNT Staff Report Eastern New Mexico University’s fall enrollment is up 2.9 percent, according to a university press release. Enrollment at the four-year school grew from 4,180 in 2007 to 4,300 this year. Credit hours are also up 3.2 percent. “We’re pleased with the increase in enrollment,” ENMU President Steven Gamble said. “In today’s academic […]

Aug. 27, 1975

Freshmen lined up for fall semester registration at the P.E. complex this morning at ENMU.

Surviving Two-a-days

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Portales sophomore Lucas Banda gets set to throw during a drill Monday afternoon at the Rams second practice of the day. Monday was the first day that New Mexico high school fall sports teams could practice for the upcoming season.

Ram Band camp under way

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By Mickey Winfield, PNT Staff Writer While fall sports teams still have more than a week before their two-a-days begin, the Portales Ram Band has been hard at work all week in the 2008 Ram band camp. “It’s really cool to see our friends again,” sophomore trombone player Will Lampkins said. “But it does get […]

All-Stars fall to Carlsbad Sunday

PNT Staff Report DEMING — Roosevelt County’s All-Stars dropped to the B-Bracket Sunday with a stinging 6-3 loss to Carlsbad in the 10-11 Little League state tournament. “It was a tough loss for us, we had that game in the bag,” Roosevelt Coach Sammy Villanueva said. Roosevelt posted the first lead of the game in […]

July 20, 2008 Honors

Robert and Mitzi Miller, of Floyd, own one bull listed in the 2008 Fall Sire Evaluation Report published by the American Angus Association in Saint Joseph, Mo. Greg Smith, of Elida, owns four bull listed in the 2008 Fall Sire Evaluation Report Published by the American Angus Association in Saint Joseph, Mo. These reports are […]

August 1, 1975

ENMU will offer a course in basic statistics over television for fall semester.

Dora School News May 25

Summer break Dora School ended the spring semester on Thursday. Regular classes resume Aug. 11, for the fall semester of the 2008-2009 school year.

The Lady Rams fall to Bloomfield 10-0 in the state softball tournament

The Lady Rams fall to Bloomfield 10-0 Friday night in the state softball tournament in Farmington. Portales will now face St. Mike’s Saturday morning at 10 a.m. in the elimination bracket.

‘Air Raid’ Hounds offense coming to stadium near you

By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico When you watch Eastern New Mexico University football games next fall, you may not recognize the team. ENMU begins spring drills today, and fourth-year Greyhounds coach Mark Ribaudo is planning to revamp the team’s offense and defense.Ribaudo is implementing what he called “The Air Raid Offense” — a pass-happy […]

Hound soccer adds four to mix

Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer coach Carlos Elizondo has added four signees for the upcoming season for coach Carlos Elizondo. They are forward Edgar Lopez of El Paso (Americas High School), forward-midfielder Jerry Varpilah of Phoenix (Phoenix College) and midfielders Robert and Griffin Pedigo of Plano, Texas. Lopez led his team […]

ENMU Zias fall against Lady Buffs

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By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University’s women may have caught nationally-ranked rival West Texas A&M a bit off-guard Saturday night. It only took the Lady Buffs about 3 1/2 minutes to get back on track. WT (12-3, 2-0 South), ranked No. 22 nationally, went on an 18-0 run to wipe out […]

Bond approved to build new elementary school in 2007

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By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor It took Portales Municipal School officials a year of fine-tuning their plans, but once the right plan was presented to Portales voters overwhelmingly approved a school bond to build a new elementary school. In higher education, Eastern New Mexico University celebrated solid enrollment and a new facility as the […]