Dance band coming to Clovis

Dance to the big band sound of Swing Fever, a San Francisco-based band bringing fresh excitement to old favorites on Sunday, April 11 at 4 pm at the Clovis Civic Center as part of the Clovis Community College Cultural Arts Series. Swing Fever musicians have cut their musical chops with Jazz legends Count Basie, Duke […]

POW/Missing Personnel Office staff updates families of loved ones

USAF photo: Staff Sgt. Mareshah Haynes Bennie Renfro gives a DNA sample during a family update meeting sponsored by the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office March 20 in San Antonio. Renfro’s nephew, Airman 1st Class Leslie McHaney has been missing from the Korean War for more than 30 years. By Staff Sgt. Mareshah Haynes: […]

Hounds, Angelo split wild twin bill

CNJ staff SAN ANGELO, Texas — Evidently, the Angelo State Rams don’t take kindly to blowing a seemingly insurmountable lead. In the definition of a “wild” Lone Star Conference baseball doubleheader on Saturday, Eastern New Mexico University scored eight runs in the top of the seventh — the last four with two out — to […]

Hounds split at Angelo State

CNJ staff SAN ANGELO, Texas — Catcher Matt Lenderman went 3-for-4 with three RBIs Friday night and Angelo State defeated Eastern New Mexico University 8-3 for a split of their Lone Star Conference baseball doubleheader. The Greyhounds took the opener 9-5 as right fielder Ethan Wagner went 4-for-4 with three RBIs. The teams wrap up […]

Angelo pulls away late from Hounds

CNJ staff SAN ANGELO, Texas — Junior guard LaMarshall Corbett led a balanced attack with 19 points and Angelo State pulled away down the stretch to beat Eastern New Mexico University 84-72 Saturday night in Lone Star Conference men’s basketball. The win keeps the Rams (16-9, 7-3 South) entrenched in third place in the division […]

Rambelles overcome deficit to beat Zias

CNJ staff SAN ANGELO, Texas — Junior guard Camille Perkins scored 23 points and Angelo State rallied from a 10-point deficit late in the first half to beat Eastern New Mexico University 69-57 Saturday night in Lone Star Conference women’s basketball. The win keeps the Rambelles (12-12, 5-5 South) in the hunt for one of […]

Zias win finale over Cameron

Freedom New Mexico SAN ANTONIO — Senior right-hander Kristen Cruickshank pitched five solid innings and was backed by a 12-hit attack as Eastern New Mexico University belted Cameron 8-4 Sunday to wrap up play in the St. Mary’s Classic. The Zias (3-4) finished 2-3 in the three-day event. They visit Lubbock Christian for a 1 […]

Zias drop pair in St. Mary’s Classic

CNJ staff SAN ANTONIO — Designated player Lea Padilla hit a tie-breaking leadoff homer in the bottom of the sixth Saturday to lift Incarnate Word to a 3-2 victory over the Eastern New Mexico University softball team in the St. Mary’s Classic. The loss dropped the Zias to 2-4 overall, including 1-3 in the tournament. […]

Zias softball team splits pair of games

CNJ staff SAN ANTONIO — Senior Kristen Cruickshank pitched a two-hitter and senior Alex Mayo Otis delivered her second three-hit game of the day as Eastern New Mexico University softball team beat Texas A&M-International 6-2 for a split on the first day of the St. Mary’s Classic. In their first game of the day, the […]

Servicemembers’ holiday greetings now available online

American Forces Press Service SAN ANTONIO — Members of the Joint Hometown News Service recently posted more than 8,000 holiday greetings from servicemembers and their families stationed around the world on its Web site. To see the holiday greetings, family members, servicemembers and their families can visit at http://www1.dmasa.dma.mil/hometown/webpages/holidaygreetings.htm to see their greetings. The greetings […]

Book tribute to woman, history she preserved

By Don McAlavy: Curry historian While working to help establish the outdoor drama theatre near San Jon, I first met Eula Mae Edwards at her Southwestern Artifacts Museum in San Jon. Eula Mae (Smith) Edwards was the only child of Robert and Estella Smith who lived in Quay County for almost 40 years. Her father […]

Hounds score in second OT to nip Rattlers

CNJ staff SAN ANTONIO — Senior defender Michael James forced overtime on a goal with three seconds left in regulation and senior forward Mario Alarcon scored midway thorugh the second sudden-death overtime Saturday, giving Eastern New Mexico University a 3-2 non-league men’s soccer victory over St. Mary’s. With the win, the Greyhounds (11-5-2) added to […]

ENMU’s Harris places 14th in NCAA Division II triple jump

CNJ staff SAN ANGELO, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University junior Kyle Harris placed 14th in NCAA Division II national triple jump track and field competition on Saturday night at Angelo State University. Harris went 45-7 1/4 inches, bettering his mark of 45-0 1/2 in the 2007 national meet in Charlotte, N.C. Harris, from Altamonte […]

April 5, 2009 Honors

Bryant Brad L. Bryant of San Jon, a representative of Modern Woodmen of America, has been named to Modern Woodmen’s 2009 President’s Club.

Senate again passes Udall proposal to create Sabinoso Wilderness Area

By a vote of 77-20, the U.S. Senate today passed legislation to designate more than 17,000 acres in San Miguel County as wilderness.

Ticket feature: Local group to play in award show

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Courtesy photo Grupo Eclipse of Clovis has been invited to perform at this week’s Tejano Music Awards in San Antonio, Texas. By Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico Local Tejano band Grupo Eclipse is headed to the Tejano Music Awards in San Antonio, Texas, this week. The group of five was invited to play at the […]

Top-ranked Angelo sweeps Zias

CNJ staff SAN ANGELO, Texas — Angelo State showed Eastern New Mexico University’s softball team why it is ranked No. 1 in NCAA Division II over the weekend. Freshman first baseman Sandy James homered in each game, giving her a Lone Star Conference-leading 15 for the season, as the Rambelles (26-3, 5-1 LSC South) handed […]

No. 1 Angelo State routs Zias

CNJ staff SAN ANGELO, Texas — Angelo State, the top-ranked team in NCAA Division II, flashed its power on Saturday and rolled to an 11-2 Lone Star Conference South Division victory in the opener of a three-game series. Senior shortstop Macy Baker gave the Rambelles (24-3, 3-1 South) a 1-0 lead with a two-out solo […]

Freedom lets us act morally wrong

By Tibor Machan At a recent demonstration outside the Earl Warren Building in San Francisco, someone was waiving a sign that read: “A moral wrong can’t be a civil right.” Well, in fact, it can. A simple case in point is when someone writes something that is immoral or produces pictures or movies that are […]

Zias’ weekend series adjusted

CNJ staff SAN ANGELO, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s three-game Lone Star Conference South Division softball series this weekend has been pushed back a day due to anticipated bad weather. The teams will meet in a single game at 3 p.m. (MDT) on Saturday, then finish the series with a noon twin bill on […]