Regents OK Natatorium renovation plans

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor A $1.5 million renovation of Eastern New Mexico University’s natatorium received formal approval Friday from the board of regents at their regular meeting. Scott Smart, vice president for Business Affairs at ENMU, told regents an inadequate heating and cooling system installed when it was built in 1958 has resulted […]

Regents approve water project

By Karl Terry: PNT managing editor A $651,520 project to upgrade Eastern New Mexico University campus water facilities and equipment with more efficient equipment would pay for itself in seven years, according to school officials. Regents gave approval to a 10-year water and utilities conservation project by Tour Andover Controls of Carrollton, Texas at their […]

Leakage in basement causes phone outage at ENMU on Monday

PNT Staff Report Workers at Eastern New Mexico University on Monday discovered that a break in the cooling system pump over the weekend had caused flooding in the Administration Building basement, leaving several buildings without telephone service. “It was pretty minor. We have pumps that cool around campus and one of the pumps developed a […]

ENMU makes capital choices

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor With a power grid that they fear could blow and leave the university in the dark at any time, along with other projects on their minds, Eastern New Mexico University administration officials discussed capital infrastructure needs with regents Friday during their regular meeting. ENMU President Steven Gamble and Vice […]

Aug. 27, 2006 Creative Living

Information on cooking with potatoes, making decorative fireplace screens, and easy-to-prepare recipes will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon on Tuesday and at 2 p.m. on Saturday. “Creative Living” airs on public broadcasting station, KENW-TV, from Eastern New Mexico University in Portales. Marcie Rothman represents the Oregon Potato Commission located in Portland, […]

ENMU De Baca Hall, targeted for re-opening

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By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer De Baca Hall has long been the first impression of Eastern New Mexico University for people driving west on First Street — that’s not necessarily a good thing, according to ENMU officials. ENMU administrators have included the De Baca renovation in a capital projects list to the New Mexico […]

ENMU sign waiting for bricks

By Paula Cronic: PNT Staff Writer Construction for the new Eastern New Mexico University sign being built on the corner of South Avenue K and West Second Street will resume after almost a month of being delayed because of a problem with obtaining the correct bricks. According to Scott Smart, vice president of business affairs […]

More funding comes for broadcasting center

PNT Staff Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents members on Monday approved the issuance of state bonds to purchase equipment and furniture among other items for ENMU buildings. The $1.35 million for Eastern New Mexico Universities in Roswell, Portales and Ruidoso was allocated by legislators from state financing through severance tax revenue bonds. One […]

Regents ponder budget woes

By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer With budget numbers on their minds, the Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents want to see more interaction between the community and athletics programs and more energy-conservation at the university. The board members emphasized their money concerns during a regents’ meeting Tuesday morning. Board members were concerned with […]

ENMU employees to get 5.5 percent raise

By William P. Thompson, PNT Staff Writer Eastern New Mexico University employees and faculty will earn at least 5.5 percent more for the 2006-2007 school year. The board of regents approved adding at least 1 percent to a state-funded 4.5 percent pay raise for ENMU faculty and made the 5.5 percent total raise effective for […]