Nov. 7 Floyd School News

By Jennifer Essary Upcoming Events • The school board will meet Monday at 7 p.m. in the main office. The public is welcome to attend any School Board meeting. • Standards assessments for all Juniors are Nov. 16 and 17. • Thanksgiving Holidays will be Nov. 24-28. School will resume Nov. 29. Athletics • The […]

Nov. 7 Faith Triumphant News

By Donna Kelly The fifth- through eighth-grade art classes are buying clay for sculptures they will be making in art class. Parents, please send $10 to the school by Wednesday to help defray the cost of the clay.   Operation Christmas Child Students will participate again this year in Operation Christmas Child.  It is the […]

Nov. 7 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael On Friday the drama and choir students have a field trip to Lubbock concert, leaving at 2:30 p.m. Sports The basketball teams, junior high boys and girls host Melrose at 4 p.m. on Nov. 16. Thanksgiving The season is here and the days out of school are Nov. 24-29. So you now […]

Nov. 3 Elida News

Transitions Birthdays Nov. 5-11: Wilma Parkinson, Justin Hines, Guy Merrick, Mindy Oder, Harold Anthony, Autum Shrock, Toni Williamson, Tyrell King, Marsha Dannelley, Anna Diaz, Carol Fine and Kendall Terry. Anniversaries: Mr. and Mrs. Rick Ford. Volleyball The teams will be playing in regional tournaments Friday and Saturday. Reminders The craft sale will be at the […]

Oct. 24 Faith Triumphant School News

Students will participate again this year in Operation Christmas Child.  It is the largest event of its kind, providing Christmas gifts to children around the world. Last year we collected over 300 boxes filled with Christmas joy.  This year we are asking each family to participate by giving one shoebox filled with toys, clothes, toothbrushes, […]

Hounds, Zias begin basketball practice today

By Dave Wagner It took Shawn Scanlan two years to bring the Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team from a 4-22 record and the basement of the Lone Star Conference South Division to back-to-back championships. Scanlan said the Greyhounds, who begin organized practice this afternoon, have conditioned well in preseason and he thinks it’s […]

L.A. murder suspect arrested in Tucumcari

Ryan Lengerich A California man was arrested last month in Tucumcari after police said he shot and killed a man in North Hollywood, Calif., then disappeared from the scene. New Mexico State Police learned on Nov. 22 that Marchell Wilson, 27, of Lancaster, Calif., was wanted for firearms violations and homicide. Officials in California said […]

Obits 11-28

Winona Pierce Hicks Services: 10 a.m. Saturday at Mission Garden of Memories in Clovis. Mrs. Winona Pierce Hicks, 88, of Clovis died Nov. 27, 2003, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis. She was born on Nov. 6, 1915, in Hollis, Okla., to Rueben Garfield and Ivy Lee Burrows Pierce. She moved to Clovis in […]

November has more history than you’d think

Bob Huber Today’s lesson: November history and science stuff. You’ve probably noticed lately that the days are entirely too short. A fellow barely gets out of bed before it’s supper, and it will be next April before it gets much better. We’ll probably have a cold winter too. But joyful thoughts aside, we should ponder […]

Obits 11-9

Olen Lowe, 90 Olen Lowe, 90, of Portales, died Saturday, Nov. 8, 2003, at Heartland Continuing Care Center in Portales. He was born Nov. 28, 1912, in Fairplay, Mo., to Nora and Walter Lowe. Mr. Olen moved to Texas when he was young, and lived in Borger for several years, where he worked in the […]

ENMU News and Notes, Nov. 4

By Dave Wagner SINCE BUD ELLIOTT WAS unable to achieve the 200th win of his 36-year college coaching career against longtime conference power Texas A&M-Kingsville, getting it this week against rival West Texas A&M would be almost as satisfying. Elliott said Eastern New Mexico played pretty well in Saturday’s 44-26 Lone Star Conference South Division […]