Kevin Wilson During a football game last weekend, I couldn’t help but be happy with what I heard on the sideline. It wasn’t some coach yelling about effort, or the crowd complaining about all the calls that were benefiting the team already significantly behind. Nope, it was the waterboys during halftime, talking about this great […]
Alisa Boswell The Eastern New Mexico University campus was alive with activity Wednesday as students returned from Fall Break. Whether they used their four-day weekend for trips or stayed home to do some catching up, busy seemed to be the theme for ENMU students. “We wanted to do something and get out of town and […]
Freedom New Mexico Families across America are suffering what we’ll call pump shock: A doubling of gas prices in the past two years. A couple days ago, one of us paid $4.27 a gallon, spending about 43 bucks to fill up a Toyota Corolla. At a Town Hall meeting in Reno last week, President Barack […]
Spring break Dora School will not be in session this week. Students will return on Monday.
So as the wizard tells her the way to return to Kansas, Dorothy dutifully clicks together her heels and incants, “There’s no place like home … there’s no place like home … there’s no place like home…” Yet with a hint of wistfulness in her voice, for the magic of Oz that she is leaving […]
Campus to remain open during Spring Break Eastern New Mexico University has scheduled Spring Break March 21-25. The campus is to remain open with employees working their normal schedule. Students and faculty will return March 28.
Karl Terry It’s been tough without John, I’m glad he’s back. OK, the realist in me knows that I’ll never see another “Drive” or watch my team’s quarterback sacrifice his body by taking a “helicopter hit” in the Super Bowl, but having John Elway back in a leadership role (vice president in charge of football […]
Freedom New Mexico LAS VEGAS, N.M. — Whitley Coca scored 20 points to lead three Cowgirls in double figures, and New Mexico Highlands cruised to a 72-62 win over Eastern New Mexico in Monday’s non-conference women’s game at the John A. Wilson Complex. Briana Gholston added 13 points and Taylor Ealey added 12 points and […]
Wednesday is the last day of school this week. Students will return on Monday. SPORTS • Today — JV and Varsity basketball at San Jon, 4 p.m. • Friday and Saturday — Dora Junior High Boys play at Faith Triumphant Basketball Tournament. • Monday — Dora Junior High teams host Melrose at 4 p.m. PTSO […]
Freedom New Mexico Guard Reggie Nelson, Eastern New Mexico University’s co-leading scorer during the 2009-10 basketball season, will not be back for the Greyhounds this season. Hounds coach Andrew Helton said Nelson, who would have been a senior at ENMU, wanted to play closer to his home in Tyler, Texas. “I wish Reggie the best,” […]
Argen Duncan Decorating bulletin boards, installing landscaping, going to meetings, ordering food. School employees in Clovis and Portales are getting ready for the new school year with the first day of classes a matter of weeks away. Students return Aug. 12 in Clovis. In Portales, third through 12th grades start Aug. 17, kindergarten through second […]
July 24, 1910: A classified ad in the Roosevelt County Herald offered an unspecified reward for the return of a lost fountain pen.
Good morning and welcome to Freedom New Mexico’s Thursday briefing. Prayer info It’s National Day of Prayer. Some things you might not know about this annual observance: • Participants are asked to focus prayer on seven “centers of power”: Government, military, media, business, education, church and family. • It was created in 1952 by a […]
By Sharna Johnson: Freedom New Mexico Nearly a month after Census questionnaires were mailed to residents, return rates are approaching the numbers seen 10 years ago. As of Monday, Clovis has had a 54 percent mail-in return rate and Portales has had a 52 percent return, according to www.census2010.gov. Officials have said in the 2000 […]
By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Saturday will easily be one of the most challenging days in the history of Eastern New Mexico University basketball. The Greyhounds and Zias have games against opponents that are a combined 25-2, as the men travel to Provo, Utah to face Division I Brigham Young and the women host […]
Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University football coach Mark Ribaudo said Tuesday that four players suspended last week for “violation of university policy” will be active for Saturday’s Lone Star Conference South Division game at 14th-ranked Texas A&M-Kingsville. Included were sophomore quarterback J.J. Harp, the NCAA Division II leader in passing yards per game […]
By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Adam Kokesh believes a revolution is needed to return America to its constitutional principles — and there’s an easy way or a hard way to do it. “The good way,” Kokesh said, “is to elect candidates who know the Constitution and will uphold democracy and its principles.” He is […]
By Tom Philpott Reserve and National Guard members today deserve a better “return on investment” for their frequent deployments and long family separations. And that should include improved health benefits and two ways to retire earlier than age 60, said Lt. Gen. Jack C. Stultz, chief of Army Reserve. In an interview in his Pentagon […]
By Eric Butler: PNT correspondent Greg Young is certainly one coach who believes that the Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team can successfully compete in the Lone Star Conference. If not, the current head coach at Jacksonville (Texas) Junior College wouldn’t have been quite as enticed to enter the race to be the Greyhounds’ […]