Survey ‘Mad Libs’ immature fun

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico It might sound funny coming from somebody whose work shows up on paper several times a week. But man, do I hate using paper. If I’m an accountholder anywhere, I always request they go “paperless” — notifying me of balances owed by e-mail or phone. I always try to [...]

Portales paper takes home awards

Freedom New Mexico ALBUQUERQUE — The Clovis News Journal on Saturday received the E.H. Shaffer General Excellence Award from New Mexico Press Association-Associated Press Managing Editors. The newspaper won the organization’s top award in the division for small dailies for the third year in a row and the seventh time in nine years. Also at [...]

March 31 ENMU briefs

Enrollment increases Based on the most recent second eight-week enrollment numbers and additional enrollments expected in graduate courses, workshops and May courses, Vice President for Academic Affairs Jamie Laurenz has said he is very optimistic that the university has achieved its goal for growth and will earn an increase in funding for fall 2010. Music [...]

Albuquerque Journal halts local home deliveries

Freedom New Mexico Falling on hard financial times, the Albuquerque Journal is canceling distribution of its paper to more than 30 New Mexico towns including Clovis, Portales and Tucumcari. The paper will terminate home delivery and rack sales in outlying communities on Jan. 31 because of falling advertising revenue and rising production and shipping costs, [...]

Dec. 14, 2008 Letters to the Editor

City officials not being efficient in recreation center changes The economy is at its worst since the Great Depression, so why did my former city of residence hire two people to do a one-person job? I read the article in your paper titled “Recreation center receiving a new direction” and can’t express to you my [...]

PJHS News Nov. 23

Penny Wars end Student council sponsor Sara Bulls and Principal Steve Harris took more than 360 pounds of pennies, coins, and paper money to the bank last Friday. Tuesday the bank returned the final count of $1,213.62. The seventh grade collected a total of $665.96 with $260.41 in pennies. The official penny wars rules were [...]

ENMU Faculty/Alumni Briefs

Dale Streeter, assistant professor of history, presented a paper Oct. 3 at the annual meeting of the Texas Medieval Association in Lubbock. His paper was titled “Durand de St. Porcain’s Brief Episcopate at Limoux: Conflict or Convenience.” Michael F. Shaughnessy has recently been asked to serve as a reviewer for the South African Journal of [...]

ENMU Briefs April 2, 2008

Employee/student/alumni briefsKenneth Sanders, assistant professor of economics, presented a paper at the Southwest Economics Association meetings in Las Vegas, Nev., on March 12-15, titled “A Note on Jean-Baptiste Say’s Development and Ownership of the Law of Markets.” Juchao Yan, associate professor of chemistry, delivered an oral presentation on multiplexed biosensors at the 2008 Spring Materials [...]

Creative Living gets cooking

By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on making pillow tops using photos and stamps, gluten-free cooking and shadow appliqué will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and at 2 p.m. Saturday. Artist and designer Carolyn Dahl of Houston will demonstrate a quick and easy method for making pillow tops using photos [...]

Wire, bead crafts featured

By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on creating thread bowls, gluten-free cooking, and working with beads and wires will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon on Tuesday and at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Patsy Shields, author and designer with Sulky of America, will show how to use stabilizers, threads, yarns, and bits [...]