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Portales to consider bolstering police

PORTALES — The Portales City Council on Tuesday will consider an effort aimed at bringing veteran police officers to the community. The council will vote on an incentive program, which City Manager...

 

Muleshoe man killed in officer-involved shooting

LUBBOCK — The Texas Department of Public Safety is looking into a Wednesday officer-involved shooting that left a Muleshoe man dead following a chase in Cochran County. Leonardo Gallegos Jr., 40,...

 

All items approved at ENMU meeting in Ruidoso

RUIDOSO — The Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents met in Ruidoso on Friday with two new members joining the board for their first meeting. Jeff Elwell, president of ENMU-Portales and...

 

Roosevelt to consider ethics updates

PORTALES — The Roosevelt County Commission will consider updates to its ordinance regarding ethical conduct by public officials during Tuesday’s meeting. County Manager said the ordinance was...

 

Events calendar - March 31

Sunday n Fundraiser brisket dinner — 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Dora Consolidated Schools cafeteria, 100 School St., Dora. Fundraiser for the Dora chapter of Business Professionals of America. Donations welcome. Information: 575-760-7066 n Portales...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    March 31, 2019

Clovis leaves home

CLOVIS - By the time Clovis' baseball team plays at Bell Park again, your tax returns will either be filed or late. When hosting Lovington this past Tuesday, the Wildcats played their last home game...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    Sports    March 31, 2019

Spring season ends

PORTALES - With Silver scoring to make it a one-possession game with just three minutes left to play, fans watching the conclusion of Eastern New Mexico's annual Green-Silver spring game wondered -...

 

ENMU falls in opener

ODESSA, Texas — Yes, there will be other days, other Lone Star Conference games for Eastern New Mexico’s baseball team. Friday was certainly one the Greyhounds would like to forget, perhaps by the game film meeting head-on with a match. By...

 

Hounds drop opener

PORTALES - A promising start has faded a bit for Eastern New Mexico's softball team, as the Greyhounds dropped both ends of Tuesday's doubleheader against Lubbock Christian and now finds themselves on...

 

Texico wins first two of Colt Classic

ROSWELL — Coaches will often say pitching wins games and titles. The first was certainly true for Texico in its first two games of this weekend’s Colt Classic at New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell. Dalton Thatcher fired a no-hitter in...

 

Rams take duals

ARTESIA — The Portales High tennis teams got a big boost in the District 4-4A tennis standings Thursday, as both teams took road duals at Artesia. The girls cruised to an 8-1 victory over the...

 

Portales inched out

PORTALES - Be aggressive on offense, and tip your cap if the defense makes the play to get you out. That's the mantra for most high school baseball programs. That was the Portales Ram program on...

 

Former Greyhound to coach California

BERKELEY, Calif. — Former Greyhound basketball player Mark Fox is making a return to the Division I sidelines. Fox, who was with ENMU during the 1989-90 and 1990-91 seasons, was named the new head coach at California, the school announced Friday....

 

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