Friday morning briefing: Town hall, affordable housing and Carter’s crisis

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Friday briefing. Town hall The city of Clovis’ Affordable Housing Town Hall meeting is at 6 p.m. Monday at the Clovis-Carver Library North Annex. It’s open to the public. Music, music, music The Clovis Music Festival Committee is meeting at noon today at the Clovis Curry [...]

Demolition changes skyline

If walls could talk, Lincoln Hall’s would have been spilling their guts the last few weeks. The skyline above Eastern New Mexico University has been altered forever as demolition of the men’s dorm is almost complete. Passing by Thursday, two portions of the structure remained upright in a mountain of debris. Growing up in Portales, [...]

Club notes —

Friendship Rebekah Lodge Friendship Rebekah Lodge met Tuesday at the IOOF Hall with Vice Grand Earl Scott presiding. During the meeting Wanda Scott was elected representative with Evelyn Calder as alternate. They will represent the Lodge at the Rebekah assembly in Farmington in September Vicky Howard will be lodge deputy. The Rebekahs will be having [...]

Anniversaries — April 17

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Hall Ollie and Jessie Hall of Clovis will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on April 23 at their home. The celebration will be hosted by their children, Ollie Hall Sr., Michael, Jessie, Kenneth, Treena, William and Anthony. The couple was married April 24, 1961 in Clovis. They have seven children, eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. [...]

University singers perform at Carnegie Hall

Alisa Boswell Eastern New Mexico University choir students were given an extraordinary opportunity in March, when they sang at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Forty-four students from ENMU’s University Singers and Chamber Singers attended a festival choir performance organized by MidAmerica Productions, in which choirs from Michigan, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee and Florida also attended. [...]

City to host town hall meeting on tax hike

Freedom New Mexico The city of Clovis is hosting a town hall meeting 6 p.m. Wednesday at the north annex of the Clovis-Carver Public Library to answer questions and present information about a .25 percent gross receipts tax to pay for the Ute Water Project. Present will be city officials and Eastern New Mexico Water [...]

Seven to be inducted into ENMU Hall of Honors

Freedom New Mexico A pair of Portales High graduates are among the seven new members of the Eastern New Mexico University Hall of Honors. The list of honorees was released Monday. • Jeff Howard, son of current ENMU offensive coordinator Mike Howard, played linebacker for the Greyhounds from 2002-2005, earning was an All-American honors as [...]

Press release: Seven selected for 2011 ENMU Hall of Honors

PORTALES, N.M. —Eastern New Mexico University athletic director and member of the Hall of Honors committee, Dr. Jeff Geiser has announced that thecommittee has finalized the list of 2011 inductees into the ENMU Athletic Hall of Honors. This year’s honorees include: Terry Cron (football), Jeff Howard (football), Terry Leatherwood (rodeo), Laci Lee (women’s basketball), Dallas [...]

ENMU regents to vote on resident hall project

Freedom New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents is set to vote on starting the design process and getting money for a new residence hall for the Portales campus during their meeting at 1 p.m. Friday at the ENMU-Ruidoso campus. The agenda also includes votes on the introduction of two new fees [...]

Former Portales football player inducted into NMAA Hall of Fame

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Kevin Wilson A Portales native who played a role in numerous Clovis High School championships has been given the New Mexico Activities Association’s highest honor. Dale Fullerton, a 1968 graduate of Portales High School, was announced Monday as a 2011 inductee into the NMAA Hall of Fame. Fullerton, now superintendent at Bovina Schools, said he [...]