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Chaps blank ENMU

STAFF WRITER [email protected] Last week, the ENMU Greyhounds managed to stop a five-game losing skid with a win over Texas-Permian Basin. The Hounds weren’t able to start a winning streak... Full story

 

The kid is back in town

Editor [email protected] Tim Sweet first saw the photo about two years ago. A cousin of the owner of the 1870s-era tintype brought it into the Billy the Kid Museum in Fort Sumner. “They asked m... Full story

 

Chaps blank ENMU

Staff writer [email protected] Last week, the ENMU Greyhounds managed to stop a five-game losing skid with a win over Texas-Permian Basin. link Staff photo: Matthew Asher Lubbock Christian...

 

Early goal lifts Mustangs past ENMU

Staff report PORTALES — Midwestern State’s Destinee Williamson converted the rebound on a third shot attempt by the Mustangs about 13 minutes into the match and MSU held off Eastern New Mexico...

 

Chaps blank ENMU

Staff writer [email protected] PORTALES — Last week, the ENMU Greyhounds managed to stop a five-game losing skid with a win over Texas-Permian Basin. link Staff photo: Matthew Asher Lubbock Chris... Full story

 

University president talks regulation issues, future prospects

Editor’s note: Eastern New Mexico University President Steven Gamble answered questions as part of a periodic series checking up on the general state of higher education in New Mexico. You had a... Full story

 

Economic board hires new director

STAFF REPORT The Roosevelt County Community Development Corporation announced Monday that the organization has hired Orlando Ortega as the new executive director for RCCDC. Ortega has been involved with economic and community development and quality...

 

Ponder this advice: Savor words, music and poetry

I’m reading through another book of quotes. I certainly don’t need a “book.” I’m exposed to quotes all day every day, but there remains something sweet about turning pages. And especially wh... Full story

 

Police blotter

The following is a sample of calls received by dispatchers for Portales police, Roosevelt County sheriff and area fire stations. Friday • 12:31 p.m.: Verbal domestic, 1500 block of Arizona Drive • 12:32 p.m.: Domestic in progress, 1400 block of...

 

Pages Past

Oct. 20 On this date ... 1970: Eastern New Mexico University officials received 1,114 signatures of Clovis residents protesting the upcoming appearance of Dr. Benjamin Spock. Spock was a purported bab...

 

To do list

Today • Books and Babies — 10:30 a.m. at Portales Public Library. Book: Boo to You! Information: 575-356-3940 • Portales City Council meeting — 6:30 p.m. in City Council chambers at Memorial Building. Information: 575-356-6662 ext. 1012 ...

 

Editor's Notebook

Not a cowboy hat The top hat is a dead giveaway — that’s definitely Billy the Kid playing croquet in that photo that was the subject of a National Geographic Channel documentary on Sunday. Right? Probably not, according to Kid historian Marcelle... Full story

 

ENMU women second in Texas Tech rodeo

Staff report LUBBOCK — Junior Lindsey Adcock’s win in goat tying led Eastern New Mexico University’s women to a second-place team finish in the Texas Tech rodeo over the weekend. Tech took team honors with 465 points to 222 1/2 for the...

 

ENMU women second in Texas Tech rodeo

Staff report LUBBOCK — Junior Lindsey Adcock’s win in goat tying led Eastern New Mexico University’s women to a second-place team finish in the Texas Tech rodeo over the weekend. Tech took team honors with 465 points to 222 1/2 for the...

 

City officials may consider raising taxes

Staff writer [email protected] Clovis city officials may be discussing a possible tax increase to help offset a $23 million cumulative loss the city faces by 2030, Mayor David Lansford said. That is, if Curry County officials don’t beat them...

 

Police blotter — Oct. 20

Following is a sampling of calls received by dispatchers for Clovis police, Curry County sheriff and area fire stations: Friday • 12:12 a.m.: Failure to appear, Gidding and Seventh streets. • 1:25 a.m.: Driving on suspension/revocation, Hull and...

 

Man accused in 2003 killing arraigned

link William Hadix Staff writer [email protected] A man accused of killing J.C. Tucker in 2003 was arraigned Monday morning in Judge Fred Van Soelen’s courtroom and remains held without bond at...

 

Woman not charged for shooting at juveniles

Staff report The woman who shot at two juveniles for allegedly burglarizing her neighbor’s home this month will not be charged for negligent use of a firearm or any other crime, according to the district attorney’s office. Chief Deputy District...

 

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