Freedom New Mexico RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s football team received two first-place votes and was pegged for fourth place in the seven-team Lone Star Conference North Division this fall in a preseason poll released on Tuesday by the LSC. The ENMU volleyball squad, meantime, was chosen for last place in the 15-team […]
RICHARDSON, Texas — Incarnate Word has joined the Lone Star Conference in time for the San Antonio university’s second football season. The 129-year-old liberal arts school that was a women’s college until 1970 officially joined the Division II league Thursday. The 2010 grid season opener for the Cardinals will be Aug. 28 at home against […]
Freedom New Mexico RICHARDSON, Texas — Pitchers Jerry Manning and Anthony Smith and right fielder Ethan Wagner led six Eastern New Mexico University players in All-Lone Star Conference baseball selections for the 2010 season. All three were selected to the second team. Meantime, freshman center fielder Luis Quinones, senior infielder Sean Cruce and senior second […]
RICHARDSON, TEXAS — Daniel Draper (Jr., T, Moriarty, N.M./Moriarty HS), Nicole Reid (So., D, Pueblo, Colo./East HS) and Kassie Daugherty (So., T, Bridgeport, Texas/Bridgeport HS) from the Eastern New Mexico University track and field teams earned Lone Star Conference weekly honors for their performance at the Arizona State University Sun Devil Open, last Saturday. The […]
State Sen. Tim Jennings, D-Roswell, is not pleased with Gov. Bill Richardson’s veto of the state gross receipts tax on food. Here’s a snippet from a recent editorial he sent to newspapers around the state: “The already wobbly balance of income to expense in the state budget for the 2010-2011 budget year became more precarious […]
April 13, 1960: Charles Hood, a junior journalism major at Eastern New Mexico University, had been named vice president of the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Press Association. Hood was also a football letterman on Coach Carl Richardson’s Greyhound team.
By Steve Terrell: The New Mexican It was supposed to be his “legacy session,” but in some ways Gov. Bill Richardson got kicked in the teeth during his last regular legislative session. Senators blocked one of his appointments to a state board — the first time since Gary Johnson’s first administration. The Senate overwhelmingly voted […]
By Steve Terrell: The New Mexican Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday saved Gov. Bill Richardson the embarrassment of a veto override. The committee tabled a bill that Richardson had vetoed last year — a veto that the Senate recently voted overwhelmingly to override. The bill would have forced state agencies to provide […]