Portales past: Nov. 21, 1955

Nov. 21, 1955: The Portales Daily News: Who said women skip the sports pages? The Daily News checked up on the winners of the weekly football contest and found that women won the first prize in seven out of 11 weeks.

Women supply hospital with stuffed animals

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Argen Duncan A gift of a stuffed animal calms children at Roosevelt General Hospital. Three women have been keeping the RGH emergency room supplied with handmade bears. Jeri Prince of Portales said she, Jean Hardin and Barbara Strand meet once or twice a month and make more than 40 “Hug-a-Bears” as part of the Qwest […]

Zias soccer coach stepping down

Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer coach Ray Nause has turned in his resignation at the school, effective at the end of the current season. Nause has been the Zias’ coach since 2008, compiling a record of 21-31 in that time, including 6-21 in the Lone Star Conference. ENMU is 3-11 (0-7) […]

ENMU men seventh, women ninth at WT rodeo

Freedom New Mexico CANYON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s men took four of the top five spots in team roping and finished seventh in team standings over the weekend in the West Texas A&M rodeo. Junior Clinton Hiett of El Paso and sophomore Christian Pettigrew of Fort Sumner won the event, followed by sophomore […]

Shoutouts — Oct. 17

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Portales Women’s Club Portales Woman’s Club met on Oct. 13 with President Della Kobernick presiding. The Collect was led by Wanda Pettus; the pledges by Julie Nickles; and Argen Duncan gave the invocation. There were 30 members and 7 guests, present. Steven Gamble, president of Eastern New Mexico University, and John Niebling, president of Clovis […]

Church youth group helping Ugandan women

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Argen Duncan A group of Portales teenagers is reaching out to struggling women a world away. The First United Methodist Church youth group is learning about living conditions in Uganda and working to help a group of women there by selling beads the women made. They’re participating in the BeadforLife program, which provides Ugandan women […]

Eastern women’s soccer

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Author to speak at church via satellite

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Argen Duncan Bible study author Beth Moore, who focuses on women’s ministries, is appearing in Portales on Saturday via satellite. Linda Davis, who helped organize the event at Emmanuel Baptist Church, said Moore’s presentation would be broadcast on a delay from Chicago. She said she’s expecting 150 attendees, including 30 volunteers, in Portales, but more […]

Department of Justice awards regional agency $488,000 grant

Freedom New Mexico Sexual Assault Services of Eastern New Mexico is one of nine entities to share $488,000 from the Department of Justice, according to a release from U.S. Sen. Jeff Bingaman, D-N.M. The money comes from a $1.19 million portion of a grant to strengthen local justice system responses to violent crimes against women. […]

Zias soccer adds grad assistant

Freedom New Mexico James Hall, assistant director of coaching for the Durango (Colo.) Youth Soccer Association for the past 10 years, has been added to the Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer staff as a graduate assistant. Hall was a four-year starter for the men’s soccer program at Fort Lewis College in Durango, helping the […]