Democratic plan calls for even more government control

Editorial They have a dream — to put more of your life under the control of government. They’re the Democratic Leadership Council, the springboard for Bill Clinton’s presidential bid in 1992 and a power center for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y. The DLC bills itself as a group of moderate Democrats trying to steer a [...]

Schiely chosen for All-LSC team

Freedom Newspapers RICHARDSON, Texas — Senior middle blocker Lindsay Schiely represented Eastern New Mexico University on the All-Lone Star Conference South Division volleyball team, released monday by the league office. Junior middle blocker Grace George represented the Zias on the second team. South Division and LSC tournament champion Abilene Christian led the way with four [...]

Zias claim five-game win

Freedom Newspapers SAN ANGELO, Texas — Senior middle blocker Lindsay Schiely compiled 29 kills and Eastern New Mexico University rallied from a one-game deficit to topple Angelo State 30-17, 15-30, 21-30, 30-28, 15-11 in Lone Star Conference South Division volleyball. Schiely added six block assists and two aces for the Zias (6-10, 2-2 South), who [...]

Zias lose season opener at Wayland Baptist

Freedom Newspapers PLAINVIEW, Texas — Junior outside hitter Randi Trew collected 13 kills and six digs Tuesday night, lifting Wayland Baptist past Eastern New Mexico University 23-30, 30-24, 31-29, 30-17 in the volleyball season opener for both teams. Freshman middle hitter Analicia Estrada added 10 kills while freshman setter Abby Loerwald compiled 10 digs and [...]

All types of discrimation are harmful

By Kevin Wilson I fear I may be a victim of discrimination. But before every lawyer within the area tries to reach me, let me explain that it’s a tough case to win. There’s no concrete evidence, and this isn’t based on race, religion, nationality or skin color. No, it’s quite simply name discrimination. I’ve [...]

Zias sweep Midwestern

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By Dave Wagner Albeit somewhat grudgingly, Eastern New Mexico University volleyball coach Mike Maguire allowed that his team had done all right Monday night. The Zias, coming off a weekend trip to Grand Junction, Colo., in which they split four matches, took control early and opened their home schedule with a 30-21, 30-25, 30-26 win [...]

Middle feels pretty lonely right now

By Helena Rodriguez I’m under attack! It’s personal. It’s political. It’s spiritual. It goes straight to my heart. There is no middle ground! And it’s not just me. America is under attack! Since we were attacked on Sept. 11, 2001, Congress has become like suicide bombers, launching Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) on us. First [...]

Cannon squadron deploys for training

Darrell Todd Maurina CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — Six pilots and about 155 support personnel are on their way to an undisclosed country in the Arabian Gulf for a special training exercise with local Arab air forces. About 3 a.m. Saturday, 10 jets from Cannon’s 522nd Fighter Squadron, including one piloted by base commander Col. [...]

Zias turn around season

Dave Wagner A month or so ago, it looked like neither the Eastern New Mexico University nor Texas Woman’s volleyball teams were postseason contenders. Both recovered, though, making it to the Lone Star Conference tournament with strong October runs. The Zias, seeded third from the South Division, and the Pioneers, the North’s No. 2 seed, [...]

Trio of Rams lead football team

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Mike Linn Jordan Harrison was bouncing around practice on Wednesday, calling plays at the line of scrimmage, fighting off offensive lineman and clashing helmets with running backs and wide receivers. During one play the senior Portales High School middle linebacker struck the running back at the line of scrimage, reversing his forward motion for a [...]