Texans roll past Hounds

CMI correspndent: Joshua Lucero ENMU first baseman Joe Huwer wasn’t tall enough to pull down an errant pickoff throw from catcher Dillon Downs, allowing Tarleton State’s Evan Robinson to advance to second base during the third inning of Friday’s Lone Star Conference baseball opener at Greyhound Field. The Texans handed the Hounds a 16-4 loss. […]

Discretionary funding needs reconsideration

For the past few years, Bernalillo County commissioners have had their own pots of public money to pretty much use as they like — as long as it’s spent in “the public interest.” However, unlike the normal appropriations process, each commissioner can dip into his or her $50,000 “discretionary” fund for pet projects or organizations […]

Five-run sixth boosts Texans past ENMU

CMI staff ABILENE, Texas — Tarleton State scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth, putting seven consecutive hitters on base after the leadoff man was retired, and the Texans went on to an 8-2 win over Eastern New Mexico University on Saturday in the ACU Classic four-team round-robin, hosted by Abilene Christian. Leading […]

ACU slips past Hounds

CNJ staff ABILENE, Texas — Junior guard Kendall Durant scored 17 points to lead four Abilene Christian players in double figures Saturday and the Wildcats pulled away late for a 79-68 Lone Star Conference men’s victory over Eastern New Mexico University. Senior guard Reggie Nelson scored a career-high 35 points, but no one else reached […]

Hounds name new football coach

PORTALES — Former Eastern New Mexico University player and graduate assistant Josh Lynn plans to hit the ground running in his new position as the school’s football coach. Lynn, who will turn 33 on Dec. 23, was named ENMU’s 15th head coach on Monday, replacing Mark Ribaudo. “I think Eastern New Mexico is a good […]

Ticket feature: String quartet to perform at Marshall

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Courtesy photo Carpe Diem String Quartet will be performing 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Marshall Auditorium, general admission is $17 and for seniors, military and students it is $12. Carpe Diem String Quartet will be performing 7 p.m. Tuesday, at Marshall Auditorium. General admission is $17 and $12 for seniors, military and students. Carpe Diem […]

Midwestern State rallies past Zias

CNJ staff PORTALES — Miranda Byrd had 16 kills and seven total blocks (three solos) Tuesday night as Midwestern State notched a 25-27, 25-11, 25-21, 25-19 Lone Star Conference volleyball victory over Eastern New Mexico University at Greyhound Arena. Eastern was paced by junior outside hitter Amber Durand, who registered 12 kills and seven digs. […]

No. 10 ACU storms past Hounds

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Joshua Lucero: FNM correspondent ACU Wildcat Taylor Gabriel dives for the catch in the end zone but the ball is deflected by ENMU Greyhound Keith Davis during the second half of the Greyhounds game against Abilene Christian University Wildcats Saturday afternoon at Greyhound stadium Dave Wagner BLACKWATER DRAW — Eastern New Mexico University’s killer stretch […]

Education column: Mesa’s new principal shares plans

Mesa Elementary has a new principal, Julie Howell, and this past week we had an opportunity to talk about education. Although this is Howell’s first principal position, she has 18 years in education under her belt. As a classroom teacher, she’s taught in the Roswell and Dexter school districts before returning to teach in Clovis. […]

Most laws in U.S. unnecessary

The system is broken. Almost every law, particularly every new law passed in the past several decades, is not based upon right or wrong, but upon opinion or value judgments. The U.S. imprisons, or traps in its “justice system,” more people, percentage-wise, than did Stalin in the USSR, and more than China ever has. You, […]