Articles from the January 30, 2019 edition

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Hounds at halftime of LSC play

PORTALES — The adage goes that you can only run halfway into a forest. Any farther, and you’re now running out of the forest. It’s already been an interesting journey through the Lone Star...

 

QuiltStories - Connie Florez

This is the Rams blanket I made for my son from the Rams sports T-shirts he wore when he was in school. - Connie Florez...

 

QuiltStories - Sharon Dever White

One of the quilts made for my grandsons for Christmas. - Sharon Dever White...

 

Clovis girls take meet

HOBBS — Clovis’ regular-season-ending swim meet was held at Hobbs this past Saturday, in the same natatorium where the Wildcats will again be the Sunday after next for the District 3/4...

 

ENMU roundup: Terry named Hansen All-American

BROOKFIELD, Ill. — Paul Terry, who led Eastern New Mexico University with 989 rushing yards this season, was named a second-team All-American by the Don Hansen Football Committee Tuesday morning. Terry, a junior from Randall High School in...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 30, 2019

ENMU softball hopes for fun family season

PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico’s softball team will head to Albuquerque for its season opener against Fort Lewis (Colo.) this weekend with some uncertainty. And it goes beyond the basic question...

 

QuiltStories - Kaleeya Englant

I am 12 years old and I just learned how to quilt in 2018. This is one of the many quilts. - Kaleeya Englant...

 

QuiltStories - Amber Barnett

So you want the story behind this quilt? Well, Larrisa Small and myself were making a custom baby clothes quilt for a customer. This quilt literally took our blood, sweat, and tears. I cut my finger...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 30, 2019

Clovis boys win district opener

CLOVIS — Normally, a 52-48 win for the Clovis boys basketball team in its District 4-5A opener would be cause for excitement. In the case of Tuesday’s game at Rock Staubus Gymnasium, cautious optimism would be more appropriate. The Wildcats did...

 

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