Donald Ray “Joe” Selman

Donald Ray “Joe” Selman, 72, of Clovis, died Saturday, Dec. 31, 2005, at his home. He was born July 1, 1933, in Texico, to Henry and Lorene Selman. He made a living of ranching and farming. Family members said he enjoyed watching the Alaska sunset with his grandchildren. He was a veteran of the Korean […]

Zias lose heartbreaker to Seawolves

CNJ staff ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Freshman guard Tristan Burnett converted two free throws with eight seconds left Tuesday night, giving Alaska-Anchorage a 62-61 victory over Eastern New Mexico University and a sweep of their two-game women’s basketball series. Burnett, averaging less than eight points and two assists coming into the game, compiled a double-double with […]

Zias lose first of two in Alaska

CNJ STAFF ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Poor shooting in the second half led to the Eastern New Mexico Zias falling 64-59 to Alaska Anchorage on Monday night. The Zias (6-3) held a 32-31 lead at the half, but shot 8-of-26 in the second and let the lead slip away. Center Rebecca Kielpinski scored a game-high 26 […]

Hounds, Zias head out on road trips

By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer The Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team will travel nearly 800 miles to Las Vegas, Nev., this weekend to face two teams from Missouri in the NCAA Division II High Desert Shootout. The ENMU women, meantime, have an even longer trip. The Zias (6-2) play back-to-back games on […]

Brownlow, Ernest

Ernest Derrell Brownlow, 69, of Lamesa, Texas, died Tuesday, May 11, 2004, at Covenant Medical Center in Lubbock. He was born on May 28, 1934, in Lamesa to Luther E. and Mayme Lee Brownlow. He was a member of the First Baptist Church O’Donnell. Family members said he actively attended Bluegrass festivals. He married Claudia […]