Zias surpass 2004 win total

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By Dave Wagner After getting blasted in the opener, Ron Landschoot’s first-year College of the Southwest softball program looked like it might just spring an upset on Saturday afternoon. Then the roof fell in. The Lady Mustangs led Eastern New Mexico University 1-0 in the fourth inning of the nightcap at Zia Softball Field, but [...]

Deputy accused of excessive force

By David Irvin A Clovis man recently acquitted of battery charges against a county sheriff’s deputy has filed a notice to the county that he intends to sue the deputy for using excessive force. Gilbert Martin Lopez, found guilty of evading arrest in his Feb. 2 jury trial, claims his civil rights were violated during [...]

Late rally lifts Floyd to victory

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By Dave Wagner FLOYD — The Floyd boys basketball team may have been up and down much of this season, but the Broncos are picking up some late momentum. Junior guard Jerrod Long converted a pair of free throws with 13 seconds left and Floyd, down by 11 points on two separate occasions before leading [...]

Lady Tigers win Roswell tourney

PNT Staff ROSWELL — The Elida girls basketball team had a tougher time with Roswell Goddard’s “C” team on Monday than with the Lady Rockets’ junior varsity squad on Wednesday. Senior Adrienne Coe scored 22 points to lift the Lady Tigers to a 51-6 thrashing of the Goddard JV in the championship game of the [...]

Nov. 30 Obituaries

William Lindsey, 69 William Lindsey Jr., 69, of Colorado Springs, Colo., died Thursday, Nov. 25, 2004, in Colorado. He was born Aug. 31, 1935, in Abernathy, Texas, to William B. and Myrtle Lindsey. He graduated from Tucumcari High School in 1953. After serving in Japan with the United States Army, he learned the art of [...]

Man in Iraq can’t make trial dates

By Darrell Todd Maurina John Schmuck is accused of battery in connection with a Clovis bar fight in November of 2002. He didn’t show up for court in April 2003, he didn’t show up for another court date last week and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. But his supporters say he has [...]

May 5 Floyd News

By Jennifer Essary Transitions Birthdays this week: Adele Lovorn, Clifton Gossett, Shelby Essary. Anniversaries: Houston and Mary Lee, 49 years. Upcoming Events • The Lions Club will meet tonight at 7 p.m. in the Community Building • There will be a fire meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Fire Department. • City Council will [...]

Grady doubles win streak

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By Eric Butler TEXICO — Modest as they were, one team was going to have its winning streak snapped in Tuesday’s first round game of the EPAC boys tournament between Grady and Elida at the Texico Sports Arena. The teams have combined for three wins this season, but both took one-game winning streaks into the [...]

Obits 1-4

Laura King, 91 Laura King, 91, died Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004, at the Ruidoso Care Center in Ruidoso. Services are pending with Wheeler Mortuary of Portales. Yolanda D. Lamer, 44 Yolanda D. Lamer, 44, a resident of Bedford, Mass., died Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2003, at her home with her family. She was born in Portales [...]

Animals entertain, educate students

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Tony Parra There is something you can get from seeing a real-life bird or snake that you can’t get anywhere else — not in books, not on television. That’s the experience Lindsey Middle School sixth-graders received on Wednesday when the Rio Grande Zoo-to-You program out of Albuquerque brought exotic animals for viewing. Jan Dosch and [...]