Lazbuddie roper wins USTRC open

By Julie Bryant: U.S. Team Roping Championships In what was a star-studded field of open ropers at the U.S. States Team Roping Championships Southwest Regionals, it was the local ropers who fought to the top of the 63-team field Thursday at the Curry County Events Center. Josh Morris of Lazbuddie and Brandon Gonzales of Bosque […]

Hounds drop LSC opener

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico Rarely has a game turned so quickly from a contest into a blowout. West Texas A&M broke open a 3-3 contest with nine runs in the top of the fifth inning, then added five more in the sixth for a 17-3 Lone Star Conference baseball victory over Eastern New […]

Arizona shooting highlights division in nation

Clyde Davis It is curious how quickly we forget. I have come to realize, during this past week of social studies with my eighth-graders, that most of them have a difficult time grasping the depths and details of tightly mandated segregation, and to some extent, the prejudice which drives it. I say “to some extent” […]

Police report: Malnourished girl locked in room

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By Eric Butler: PNT staff writer A 10-year-old Portales girl was forced to eat meals quickly, by herself, then locked in her room at night “to prevent her from getting up and eating food,” according to a police incident report. The girl was also forced to wear pull-up diapers, denied bathroom access and had her […]

Positive attitude key to working through trouble

By Anita Doberman I know that everything that happens in my life is easier if I have a positive attitude. On occasions, my oldest daughter, age seven, seems emotional and overwhelmed by some of her problems at school or on her sport team. This is of course completely normal, but I thought that trying to […]

Firefighters fear nasty fire season

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer A fire that began on the north end of the Melrose Bombing Range on Wednesday had area firefighters concerned for a while that a fire disaster similar to the 35,000 acre fire that roared through the community of Floyd last December could be on their hands. Wednesday’s fire was […]

West Texas makes quick work of Hounds

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers West Texas A&M quickly took the suspense out of the match. The Buffaloes tallied three minutes into the contest and did all of their scoring in the first half to beat Eastern New Mexico University’s men 3-0 in Tuesday’s Southwest Soccer Conference opener for both teams at the ENMU pitch. […]