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Judge dismisses whistleblower suit

ALBUQUERQUE — The legislative advocacy non-profit “New Mexico Counties” celebrated in a news release last week the dismissal late last year of a lawsuit against Curry County by a former employee of the local jail. Amanda Sinfuego had alleged...

 

ENMU women 4th in LSC meet

PORTALES — The Division II indoor track and field qualifying period runs through Sunday. Eastern New Mexico is playing the waiting game until then. Mercy Rotich won the 3,000-meter final, helping the Greyhound women take a fourth-place finish at...

 

One arrested in Main Street burglary

CLOVIS — Police on Friday arrested one of four young suspects in connection with the burglary the weekend prior of over $40,000 in property from an antiques store on Clovis’ Main Street. Ryan Hernandez, 19, entered no plea this week in...

 

ENMU work session postponed

SANTA FE — A work session for the Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents scheduled for Tuesday was postponed until next month due to weather, according to an ENMU press release. The work session was rescheduled for 10 a.m. March 5 at the...

 

Baseball takes three in Austin

AUSTIN, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s baseball team lost Friday’s series opener against Huston-Tillotson about the worst way a baseball team could lose a game — via grand slam with two outs to eliminate a three-run lead. The...

 

Swim team ready for state

This is it, the meet high school swim teams aspire to all season. Beginning Friday and continuing Saturday, New Mexico swimmers will be descending upon Albuquerque Academy High School, all hoping for a medal or a trophy. The Clovis girls, a...

 

Greyhounds win over Angelo State 83-71

PORTALES — The Eastern New Mexico men’s basketball team pushed its win streak to five games thanks to a dominate second half and secured an 83-71 victory over Angelo State on Saturday. Playing their last home game of the season, the Hounds...

 

ENMU women rally to beat Rambelles 71-67

PORTALES — The Eastern New Mexico women’s basketball team rallied from a 12-point second half deficit Saturday to take down No. 17 Angelo State 71-67 in the Hounds’ final home game of the 2018-19 season. With the win in the Senior Day game,...

 

Between Editions: Feb. 20

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Wednesday sent an "executive message" to state senators, asking them to "pass legislation creating a department for early childhood education." Senate Bill 22 would establish the Early Learning and Care Department as a...

 

Between Editions: Feb. 21

The Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce issued its weekly "Legislative Report" on Thursday. It points out that a Senate Joint Resolution seeks an amendment to the Constitution concerning how university regents are selected. Currently the responsibil...

 

Portales girls edge Artesia

PORTALES — However the rest of Portales’ basketball season plays out, Tuesday night was a benchmark for both the boys and girls teams. With both squads playing at the Ram Athletic Center for the first time in two weeks, Portales’ girls escaped...

 

Between Editions: Feb. 22

New Mexico lawmakers agree it's time for a change. But they can't seem to agree on whether we should spring forward or fall back. The Senate on Thursday voted 25-17 to allow the state to remain on...

 

Eastern men's game on ESPN3

CANYON, Texas — The Eastern New Mexico men's basketball team will hit the national airwaves Tuesday night. As they face the fourth-ranked Division II team in the country, West Texas A&M, the Greyhounds will be televised on ESPN 3. Tip-off time is...

 

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