Aug. 18 ENMU Briefs

LSC honors ENMU athletic training staff The athletic training staff at Eastern New Mexico University was recognized by peers with aLone Star Conference Athletic Training Staff of the Year award for the 2008-09 academic year. The staff claimed the athletic training award for the South Division, which consists of ENMU and seven other institutions in […]

Runners brave weather

Freedom New Mexico Rain did not dampen the participation at the Portales MainStreet Program’s 9th Annual Fun Run Saturday sponsored by Burger King. More than 80 runners and walkers participated in the 10K run and 5K run/walk on South Main Street, the largest turn out in the history of the event. “Runners like cool weather,” […]

Lightning strikes spark fires

Freedom New Mexico A late-morning thunderstorm and lightning strikes kept Portales firefighters busy Wednesday. Lightning sparked seven grass fires in parts mostly to the south and east of Portales, according to Fire Chief John Bridges. The biggest was a blaze over approximately 150 to 200 acres south of Arch. All of the fires were extinguished […]

Official: Air conditioner started fire

PNT Staff Report Portales firefighters were called to Heartland Continuing Care about 8:10 p.m. Thursday because of a small fire in an air conditioner in the south dining hall. Heartland staff members moved the residents to the west wing of the building until they were cleared to return, said Portales Fire Department Battalion Chief Lance […]

Greyhounds earn all-south baseball honors

Freedom New Mexico PORTALES — New Mexico University junior outfielder Jereme Johnson and senior pitcher/first baseman Seth Clabaugh have been selected to the Second Team American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings All-South Central Region Team. A Roswell High grad, Johnson led the Hounds in batting (.472), slugging (.656), on base percentage (.553), triples (4), and was second […]

April 29, 1949

Roosevelt County almost saw oil production within its borders when Magnolia Petroleum Company found petroleum within 1.7 miles of Roosevelt County, south of Milnesand. The test was made after a fire erupted during a drill stem test the day before. The well produced 35 barrels of 47-gravity oil within the first hour and was producing […]

Zias’ Thompson, Cruickshank make All-LSC South

Freedom New Mexico RICHARDSON, Texas — Senior center fielder Laura Thompson and junior first baseman-pitcher Kristen Cruickshank represented Eastern New Mexico University on the All-Lone Star Conference South Division softball team, released Thursday by the conference office. Two Zias were chosen for honorable mention — junior second baseman Rebecca Quinones and junior right fielder Alex […]

Two ENMU players placed on LSC South hoops teams

Freedom New Mexico RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University sophomore forward Cat Clay was a second-team selection on the the All-Lone Star Conference South Division women’s team in basketball. For the men, ENMU’s Dannon Wafer was chosen honorable mention in selections announced this week by the conference office. Clay led the Zias in scoring […]

March 4, 2009 Lone Star Conference Basketball Standings

Standings (Regular season final) All times Mountain Men South Division Div. All W-L W-L Midwestern State 10-2 21-6 Angelo State 8-4 20-7 Texas A&M-Kingsville 8-4 18-9 Tarleton State 6-6 18-9 West Texas A&M 6-6 16-11 Abilene Christian 4-8 10-16 Eastern New Mexico 0-12 4-23 North Division Div. All W-L W-L Central Oklahoma 10-2 23-4 Southwestern […]

Editorial: Americans moving south risk safety

A growing number of Americans appear to be facing a tough choice: live in fear of violence, or live in fear of going poor. Increasing numbers of U.S. citizens are choosing to move to Mexico when they retire. According to the Mexican Association of Retirement Communities, about 1.2 million American and Canadian retirees already live […]

Hounds, Zias end frustrating seasons

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico As they prepare to wind down painful seasons tonight, both Eastern New Mexico University basketball teams can point to games that got away during 0-11 runs though the Lone Star Conference South Division. The Greyhounds and Zias get their final crack at division success when they host Abilene Christian […]

Feb. 14 ENMU basketball capsules

Freedom New Mexico MenMidwestern State (17-6, 6-2) at ENMU (4-19, 0-8)When: 8 p.m. today in a Lone Star Conference South Division game at Greyhound Arena.Radio: KSEL-FM 105.9.On the Net: www.enmusports.comNotes: The Mustangs, tied for the South lead with Texas A&M-Kingsville, have won 14 of 16 after beating West Texas A&M 85-75 on Wednesday in Wichita […]

Feb. 3, 2009 Lone Star Conference Basketball Standings

Standings Men South Division

Zias lose to Rambelles; 0-5 in LSC South

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By Eric Butler, Freedom Correspondent Crisper play, both offensively and defensively, helped Eastern New Mexico University get out to a lead Saturday night as the Zias tried to get their first Lone Star Conference South Division win. But five points just didn’t turn out to be enough. A rash of turnovers helped visiting Angelo State […]

Jan. 21, 2008 ENMU basketball capsules

Freedom New Mexico Men Tarleton State (12-5, 0-2) at ENMU (4-12, 0-1) When: 8 p.m. today in a Lone Star Conference South Division game at Greyhound Arena. Radio: KSEL-FM 95-3. On the Net: www.enmusports.com Notes: The Texans have lost at home to Texas A&M-Kingsville 51-45 and at Angelo State 85-80 in four overtimes in South […]

Greyhounds lose LSC South opener by 10 points

Freedom New Mexico ABILENE, Texas — Senior guard Dante Adams scored 16 points Tuesday night, leading three Abilene Christian players in double figures as the Wildcats turned back Eastern New Mexico University 68-58 in the Lone Star Conference South Division men’s opener for both teams. ENMU (4-12 overall) scored first on a basket by Equs […]

Zias blow 12-point second half lead in LSC South opener

Freedom New Mexico ABILENE, Texas — Senior center Audra Lively-Maxwell scored 24 points and grabbed 17 rebounds Tuesday night and Abilene Christian rallied from a 12-point deficit early in the second half to beat Eastern New Mexico University 73-65 in the Lone Star Conference South Division women’s opener for both teams. Junior forward Jamie Meyer […]

Work continues on square

PNT Staff Report Construction crews will soon begin narrowing streets in Portales around the Roosevelt County courthouse square, starting with South Main Street. City Manager Debi Lee said Tuesday that crews are doing this for their safety while they work on the perimeter of the square. South Main and Second Streets will have a stop […]

Jan. 4 Police Blotter

A sampling of recent calls received by the Portales Police dispatchers, compiled from reports: Dec. 28: About 2:40 p.m., a woman reported she returned to her residence on South Avenue A to find her back door open. Dec. 29: About 10 a.m., a woman reported someone tried to break into her house on University while […]

Nov. 22, 1958

Seven miles south of town, a