PJHS News Oct. 12

Football, volleyball seasons end Coaches and players wrap up the 2008 volleyball season this week by hosting Texico Tuesday and playing in a tournament for all four volleyball teams Thursday and Friday. The eighth grade teams play at Yucca on Friday while the seventh grade teams plays on Thursday. The eighth grade football team heads […]

Prep football scores

Dexter 7, Texico 0, susp.Farwell 9, Olton 7, susp.Melrose 52, Magdalena 16

Players take dominoes to next level

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By Eric Butler, PNT Correspondent At 9:30 on Saturday morning, sun washed over a city park in Texico. A glorious day, not too warm yet, but nobody at all using the slides or swings. On this day, however, grown-ups couldn’t chide children for playing inside. Just across the street, at the Texico Community Activities Center, […]

Texico to host N.M. 42 championships

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By Eric Butler, PNT Correspondent As a resident of Houston, Jerry Whitney had been to the Texas 42 dominoes championships in the south Texas town of Hallettsville. Upon arriving in Texico 10 months ago, he figured New Mexico needed a state tournament, too. So he proceeded to organize it. On Saturday morning, the inaugural New […]

New movie features ficticious Texico

By Liliana Castillo, Freedom New Mexico The movie “Swing Vote,” a movie about a loveable loser named Bud Johnson in a fictitious Texico, New Mexico, who ends up being the deciding voter in the presidential election, is scheduled for release Friday. In the PG-13 movie, politicians invade the town and its unwitting inhabitants, waging war […]

Ute pipeline’s fate in Senate omnibus bill

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico TEXICO — The Eastern New Mexico Rural Water Authority is optimistic about an omnibus. That appears to be the fate for the potential Senate authorization for the Ute Water Project, which would pump water from the Ute Reservoir in Quay County to authority members. Federal consultant John Ryan told […]

Dairy blaze burning near Texico

Freedom New Mexico Firefighters are monitoring a hay fire Thursday evening at the South Slope Dairy about four miles north of Texico on Curry County Road 14, according to Texico Fire Chief Lewis Cooper. Cooper said the fire, limited to baled hay, will likely continue to burn for several days. “When it’s baled up under […]

Area prep scores

Freedom Newspapers Clovis 33, Palo Duro, TX 0 Slaton, TX 21, Portales 6 Texico 44, Loving 0 New Deal 10, Bovina 0 Smyer 28, Farwell 14 Fort Sumner 27, Capitan 14 Dora 52, Foothill 6 Tucumcari 39, Estancia 6 Menaul 38, Clovis Christian 28

Area volleyball gears up

By Eric Butler, Freedom Correspondent The last time a group of athletes like this came through, Texico volleyball coach Mike Littlejohn got a cut in the action equal to one state championship. This time, the Lady Wolverines may be primed for more. Texico begins the season as the reigning Class 2A champs. The state title […]

Ram track qualifies more athletes for state

PNT Staff Report TEXICO — The Ram and Lady Ram track teams both took home titles at Tuesday’s meet at Texico, qualifying more athletes for the state tournament in the process. Senior Hunter Rackler and sophomore Devon Stinson qualified for state in the javelin throw and the Rams also qualified in the medley relay race. […]