United Way celebrates year of highs, lows

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By Helena Rodriguez, PNT Staff Writer The first anniversary of the March 23, 2007, tornado that ripped through the Clovis area, is a little over a week away. However, the storm was fresh on people’s minds at the United Way banquet Thursday night. During its annual banquet at the Eastern New Mexico University Ballroom in […]

Snow causes slick roads

By Sarah Meyer, Freedom New Mexico Sunday night’s snow brought slick roads by Monday morning, contributing to a few accidents and some school delays and closures. The winter storm stretched from the southwest to the northeast over New Mexico, bringing snow and gusty north winds to the eastern half of the state as it headed […]

Hounds struggle at home

Freedom New Mexico Junior first baseman Trey Wingo slugged a three-run homer and senior right-hander Luis Estrella pitched a complete-game five-hitter as Southeastern Oklahoma beat Eastern New Mexico 7-2 in the opener of a four-game Lone Star Conference baseball series at Greyhound Field. Wingo’s homer, his first of the season, came with one out in […]

Storm brings snow to N.M.

Staff and wire reports The National Weather Service on Friday issued a winter storm warning — which means severe winter weather conditions are imminent or highly likely — for Curry and Roosevelt counties until 5 p.m. today. Snow accumulation was expected to be 2 to 4 inches by daybreak today, according to the NWS. An […]

Wintry weather on way

The Associated Press The National Weather Service has posted a winter storm watch for Thursday night and Friday for New Mexico’s northwestern mountains. Lea County will be under a winter storm watch Thursday and Thursday night. The unsettled weather is being ushered in by a storm moving east from the California coast toward the Great […]

Hounds drop Southeastern OK

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By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico It’s not supposed to be this easy, and on most nights it won’t happen that way. Still, for one afternoon, the Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team could do virtually no wrong. The Greyhounds shot 62 percent from the floor, including 16-of-25 from 3-point range, and put five […]

Zias calm Savage Storm

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By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico A switch from man-to-man to a 2-3 zone worked wonders Saturday for the Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball team. Southeastern Oklahoma struggled to find any outside shooting, and the Savage Storm went the final 8 1/2 minutes of the half without a point as ENMU notched a 67-55 […]

Gaelic storm thunders into area

Freedom New Mexico Performing driving pipe sets, spirited fiddle tunes and haunting Celtic ballads, Gaelic Storm will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Lyceum Theatre in Clovis as part of Clovis Community College’s Cultural Arts Series. Christy Mendoza, Cultural Arts director at CCC, said she has been trying to get the group to come […]

July 31, 1960

• A cotton crop at Elida was destroyed by a fast moving storm that hit the area. The hail, beating down hard and quick, beat the bolls from the crop. The storm also dumped one and one-half inches of rain on the crop. The storm virtually destroyed any chances of harvesting the cotton. • Tall […]

June 14, 1974

• Portales received .14 of an inch of rain during a nighttime storm. • Ten girls from the Floyd and Bethel Baptist Churches were preparing to leave to attend Inlow Baptist Youth Camp, near Albuquerque. • Poyner’s White Stores, Inc. advertised an Air Conditioner Service Special for $7.88.