TexAnns cruise past Zias

CNJ staff Conference-leading Tarleton State ended any hopes of an Eastern New Mexico University upset early, racing to a 24-point halftime lead en route to a 73-48 win Wednesday in a Lone Star Conference game. Senior forward Precious Herrin had 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Zias (8-15, 6-11 LSC), who are in the […]

Crockett has 14 points, 10 rebounds in Texas Tech loss

The Associated Press NORMAN, Okla. — Clovis’ Jaye Crockett had 14 points and 10 rebounds Tuesday for Texas Tech in a losing cause, Oklahoma beat Texas Tech 64-55 on Tuesday night to keep the Red Raiders winless in Big 12 play. Texas Tech (7-10, 0-5) trailed throughout the second half but pulled within 48-47 when […]

Salvation Army, CNJ launching Empty Stocking program

Kevin Wilson The stories have different starting points. One family came to Clovis from Arizona to care for sick parents, and medical expenses wiped out their savings. Another family is uncertain if their place of employment may be closing. The ending points are all the same for about 300 families. They’re coming to the Salvation […]

Education digest — Nov. 10

Band takes third place The Clovis High School Marching Band claimed third place Saturday at the Tournament of Bands Marching Contest held at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces. Clovis scored 85.35 points, just .05 points behind runnerup Onate and .3 points behind champion El Paso Coronado. In addition, the Wildcat Marching Band won […]

Texico residents top State 42 tournament

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Submitted by Jerry Whitney Bill Myers of Melrose, left, and Dewey Pierce of Texico won second place at the High Plains 42 Aug. 6th at A-Me-D’s Diner in Texico. The double championship weekend was a success. Results of the first High Plains 42 Championship. This first time eight-game championship was a success with 11 teams […]

Prairie points featured on program

Information on using prairie points, making Greek salads and recipes for party foods will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Evelyn Terhune, owner of Ozark Crafts in Gilbert, Ark., will show how traditional prairie points, which are a long-time favorite of quilters, take on a new look […]

Abilene Christian edges past Zias

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Freedom New Mexico: Liliana Castillo Eastern senior guard Vanessa O’Neal reaches to the basket for two points Saturday during the second half. Abilene Christian beat the Zias 67-64. Karl Terry The Eastern New Mexico University Zias made a couple of marks on the record book Saturday afternoon, but fell short on the scoreboard as Abilene […]

Hounds upset Buffaloes

Freedom New Mexico Stefan Mirabal scored five of his career-high 20 points in a pivotal second-half run, and Eastern New Mexico University upset 19th-ranked West Texas A&M 73-70 to grab the early advantage in Lone Star Conference South Division play. The Greyhounds (7-7, 2-0), who picked up their first win in Canyon since they won […]

Letter to the editor: Residents should give poly-carts chance

Residents should give poly-carts chance While those opposed to poly-carts raise valid points in recent letters to the editor, it’s time someone spoke in defense of our Public Works Department. I was as upset as anyone when we lost our beloved dumpster. Now I see the benefits of the poly-cart. For those who despise the […]

Three ENMU athletes named to LSC track all-conference team

Freedom New Mexico Three Eastern New Mexico University athletes were named to the Lone Star Conference All-Conference team Wednesday. Senior thrower Steven Aragon and sophomores Bill Squire and Nicole Reid marked the first time in seven years the squad had multiple athletes named all-conference. To qualify, an athlete must score at least 14 points at […]