ENMU briefs — Nov. 10

Graduate student presents video game thesis Graduate student Robin Haislett attended and presented her thesis on “The Video Game Final Fantasy VII and Feminist Themes” at the International Graduate Student Research Conference at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, Nov. 4. Health services offering flu shot Today through Friday ENMU Health Services will provide […]

Tuesday morning briefing: Election day, video games and a Spruce Goose

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Election day A reminder that today is election day. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Video game of the week Not for the little kids but worth a look. Game: Fable III Genre: Role-playing game System: PC, 360 What is it? […]

Hounds take on UTEP in exhibition game

Freedom New Mexico It figures if the Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team can hang with three Division I teams, all of whom made the NCAA tournament last year, good things are in store. ENMU, under second-year coach Andrew Helton, plays at Texas-El Paso in a 7:05 p.m. start tonight. The Greyhounds (10-16, 5-7 […]

Hounds entertain Savage Storm

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Dave Wagner If nothing else, the Southeastern Oklahoma football team is battle-tested. The Savage Storm, playing its sixth consecutive Lone Star Conference North Division game at 2 p.m. today against Eastern New Mexico University at Blackwater Draw, has seen the previous five contests decided by seven points or less. Included were overtime wins over Southwestern […]

Monday morning briefing: Video games, school talk and a lot of wind

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. Video game of the week Fresh from the desk of our own video game fan Jenna Zamie. Game: Fallout: New Vegas Genre: Role-playing game System: PC, 360, PS3 What is it? An enjoyable and sophisticated adventure through the western wastes with a few technical […]

Cardinals hand Zias 3-0 loss

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Freedom New Mexico Incarnate Word took the lead for good early in the first set and the Cardinals never trailed after that in beating Eastern New Mexico University 25-21, 25-22, 25-20 Saturday night at Greyhound Arena. UIW (8-10, 5-5 LSC) erased a 7-6 deficit with four consecutive points in the first game. ENMU (12-12, 4-6) […]

My turn: Licenses should go quickly

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New Mexico Department of Game and Fish has 500 late-season elk hunting licenses available on Nov. 3 for sale on the department’s website at www.wildlife.state.nm.us. Hunters who didn’t luck out for a license for the 2010-2011 season can purchase these licenses online. Hunters of all ages can get the licenses beginning 10 a.m. Nov. 3. […]

Monday morning briefing: Video games, school talk and a big state

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. Video game of the week Compiled by our very own Jenna Zamie for your enjoyment. Game: Kirby’s Epic Yarn Genre: 2D platformer System: Wii What is it? Kirby’s latest adventure features enticing visuals and varied gameplay. ESRB Rating: Everyone Web site: http://www.nintendo.com School talk […]

Zias notch win over OPSU

Freedom New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team trailed only briefly at the start of the third game Tuesday night and the Zias cruised to a sweep of Oklahoma Panhandle State 25-18, 25-19, 25-21 at Greyhound Arena. Junior middle blocker Jessica King had eight kills, five aces and five block assists while junior […]

My turn: Decoys help catch poachers

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The Department of Game and Fish in different states have enlisted the help of taxidermist to come up with something to lure unsuspecting poachers. The irony of it all is that most hunters use this to catch their game. It is a decoy or I should say a mechanical decoy which acts like a living […]

Greyhounds game notes

Game Notes vs. Texas A&M-Commerce

My turn: Remembering names not my game

By Helena Rodriguez: PNT columnist I’m pathetically bad at remembering people’s names, but many people are just as bad at remembering mine. I have an idea who most people are; the problem is putting names to faces. But when people see my face, they tend to want to give me different names. They’ll say, “I […]

Frontyard game made me tough

Karl Terry As the days get shorter and the nights a lot cooler it’s time to put our ball gloves aside and pick up our pigskin preoccupation. I’ve been fortunate to spend a good number of seasons on the sidelines at a high school football game even though the last time I played was in […]

No. 13 Mustangs set to test Hounds

Dave Wagner Midwestern State got off to a flying start last weekend, pounding host New Mexico Highlands 52-6 in a game that really wasn’t that close. The rout moved the Mustangs from 17th to 13th in this week’s NCAA Division II rankings. Still, Midwestern State coach Bill Maskill said he isn’t sure what to make […]

Monday morning briefing: Video games and dog gone shirts

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. Video game of the week Fresh from the files of our very own Jenna Zamie: Game: Metroid: Other M Genre: Sci-fi action adventure System: Wii What is it? Other M is a strong departure from previous Metroid games, with fantastic combat and exciting bosses. […]

Portales past: Sept. 2, 1960

Sept. 2, 1960 Portales News Tribune: Mac’s Drive In Team failed once again to show up for its game with Furniture Mart to determine which of the two teams will go to the state tournament in Albuquerque.

My turn: Game and Fish offers hunting tips

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is urging hunters across the state to enjoy their time being outdoors with family and friends this hunting season. NMDGF is passing along tips for hunters: • Non-hunters should remember they share the outdoors with hunters carrying loaded weapons and they should wear bright-colored clothing at all […]

Better late than never: Hounds beat Southern Nazarene in marathon

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Freedom New Mexico Sophomore Wes Wood of Muleshoe just missed a school record with seven passing touchdowns, as Eastern New Mexico claimed a 59-21 win over Southern Nazarene that ended just before midnight Saturday at Blackwater Draw. Wood threw for 391 yards in the game, which was delayed three times by lightning and did not […]

At the half: ENMU leads Southern Nazarene 35-21

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Sophomore Wes Wood threw for 275 yards and five touchdowns to lead Eastern New Mexico to a 35-21 halftime lead over Southern Nazarene in a weather-delayed game at Blackwater Draw. The game was delayed three times by lightning and did not start until one hour and 45 minutes after its scheduled 6 p.m. kickoff. The […]

Start of Hounds football game delayed again

The start of Eastern New Mexico University’s football game tonight against Southern Nazarene at Greyhound Stadium has been delay again at 7:20 p.m. because lightning. The game is the season opener for both teams.