Hounds basketball capsule, Nov. 23

ENMU (4-1) vs. NM Highlands (1-1) When: 7 p.m. today Where: Santa Rosa High School Last time out: ENMU beat Northern New Mexico 91-71 on Saturday at Durango, Colo. Highlands earned a 71-49 win over Colorado College on Saturday at Pueblo, Colo. Radio: none. Of note: The game was a late addition to the schedule, […]

Prep football scoreboard — Nov. 18

Area Santa Rosa 48, Texico 13 Muleshoe 43, Goldey 27 Bovina 34, Vega 26

ENMU briefs — Feb. 2

Scuba diving classes offered Eastern New Mexico University is offering a scuba diving class this spring. The open water part of the class will meet at Santa Rosa’s Blue Hole, a nationally ranked dive. Instructor Mike Hale of Scuba Ventures in Liberal, Kan., is to teach the classroom and pool portions of the class on […]

Prep football scoreboard — Oct. 29

Non-district Artesia 51, Portales 0, F 6-man playoffs Lake Arthur 62, Elida 22 F District 2-2A Texico 38, Clayton 6, F Santa Rosa 27, Tucumcari 0 Disrict 2-1A Fort Sumner 51, Jal 15, F 8-man District 3 Tatum 34, Melrose 22 8-man District 1 Logan 42, Menaul 26 Texas District 3-1A Division II Bovina 35, […]

Democrat Dodge will face Republican Russ for District 63 seat

Santa Rosa’s George Dodge Jr. grabbed the Democratic nomination for District 63 State Representative from Clovis’ Jose Griego with a wide lead. Claiming 78 percent of the votes in 96 percent of the precincts, retired educator Dodge will go on to face Republican Melinda Russ from Fort Sumner in the November general election. Russ ran […]

Their view: Campos shares ideas for job growth

Jose Campos, D-Santa Rosa, is a candidate for New Mexico’s lieutenant governor’s post. Here’s what he has to say about “growing the economy” on his Web site: http://joecampos.org/ “It’s about jobs, jobs, jobs.” Among his ideas for accomplishing jobs: • Promote the development and expansion of renewable energy to provide better paying high tech jobs. […]

Campaign money bill hits snag

By Steve Terrell: The New Mexican With time running out for this Legislature, a bill that would prohibit campaign contributions from lobbyists and state contractors hit a bump Monday in the House of Representatives. After debating House Bill 118 for more than an hour, sponsor Rep. Joe Campos, D-Santa Rosa, asked to “roll over” the […]

Campos announces lieutenant governor bid

Freedom New Mexico New Mexico State Rep. Jose Campos II announced a bid for the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor Tuesday during a ceremony at the Rudolfo Anaya/Ultima monument in Santa Rosa. Campos, 48, also mayor of Santa Rosa, has served as state representative for District 63 for more than five years. District 63 includes […]

Portales historian honored

By Ruth Burns: FNM correspondent Rose Powers White has been chosen to be honored by a Historic Marker for her tireless dedication to preserving the history of the early days on the plains of Eastern New Mexico. Rosalie Pierce Powers was born in Las Vegas, New Mexico in 1894 to Neville and Stephen Powers. She […]

State tournament scoreboard — Saturday

Go to varsitynow.com for game stories and photos At The Pit, AlbuquerqueSaturdayBoysCLASS 5AChampionshipLa Cueva vs. Highland, 8:30 p.m. CLASS 4AChampionshipRoswell 59, Artesia 51 CLASS 3AChampionshipHope Christian 55, St. Michael’s 44 CLASS 2AChampionshipTexico 48, Santa Rosa 46 CLASS 1AChampionshipFort Sumner 67, Springer 66 GirlsCLASS 5AChampionshipLa Cueva 51, Cibola 43 CLASS 1AChampionshipCimarron 58, Des Moines 53

Santa Rosa rallies to beat Coyotes

PNT staff SANTA ROSA — The Dora Coyotes doubled their pleasure in the second inning — five times, to be exact — but Santa Rosa rallied for four runs in the bottom of the sixth to pull out an 11-8 victory on Monday. Dan Massey, Tyler Wilhoit, Casey O’Connor, Ben Massey and J.R. Gonzales hit […]

Country fortunate Rosa Parks led civil rights movement

Freedom Newspapers Sooner or later in the 1950s, a crisis was bound to occur over legalized, state-enforced racial segregation. The policy was inconsistent with the ideals of individual liberty on which the country was founded, the experience of World War II had created cracks that were bound to widen in the edifice of racial segregation, […]

Oct. 22, 2005

Victoria “Vicky” Pinson Victoria “Vicky” Pinson, 68, of Vaughn died Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2005, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis following an illness. She was born April 26, 1937, to the home of Cleofes and Elvira Duran Rael. She attended schools in Vaughn. She worked as a cook for the various restaurants in Vaughn […]

April 24 Floyd School News

Upcoming Events • Kindergarten will be going on a field trip Friday. • Prom will be this Saturday night. • The talent show has been canceled. • Spring Program is May 3. • May 6 is an ELS day. Future Farmers of America Our chapter competed in the New Mexico State Career Development Events in […]

Feb. 15 Obituaries

Conchita Sisneros, 86 Services: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Portales Cemetery. Mrs. Conchita Sisneros, 86, of Amarillo, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at SCCI Hospital in Amarillo. She was born on Aug. 21, 1918, in Moriarty, to Maria and Marciso Chavez. She grew up in LaPalma. She married Casimiro Sisneros on Sept. 16, 1944, in […]

Lady Rams fall in district opener

PNT Staff RUIDOSO — After a tough pre-district schedule, the Portales Lady Rams weren’t able to get it going Saturday in their District 4-3A opener and dropped a 25-17, 25-20, 25-16 decision to the Ruidoso Lady Warriors. Portales (3-11, 0-1) returns to action tonight with a 6:30 p.m. district clash against Lovington at the PHS […]

Youth gets visit from Campos

By Tony Parra uesday afternoon gave Representative Joe Campos and Portales High School Junior Joderick Rodriguez a chance to talk about the concerns of the Portales Youth. The two met to discuss surveys sent out by Rodriguez and to find out what problems youth are having and what bothers them the most in eastern New […]

Tafoya devotes life to teaching

Helena Rodriguez Dr. Candido Tafoya has been a teacher for more than four decades, mostly teaching Spanish. He began his career as a school teacher in Santa Rosa. He also taught at New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell and then became a professor at Eastern New Mexico University in 1970. He retired from ENMU in […]