Angelo State turns back Hounds

CNJ staff SAN ANGELO, Texas — Junior guard Keenan Coleman scored 20 points and Angelo State held Eastern New Mexico University without a field goal over a 10-minute stretch spanning both halves Wednesday night en route to a 70-62 Lone Star Conference men’s victory. Coleman struggled from the field, going 4-for-15, but he went 10-for-10 […]

Cameron turns back Zias

Freedom New Mexico LAWTON, Okla. — Cameron needed a strong finish Wednesday night to extend its win streak to nine games. Sabelle Diata scored 19 points and Julie Paunovic added 14 points and 12 rebounds as Cameron outscored Eastern New Mexico University 15-3 in the final 6 1/2 minutes to pull out a 59-47 win […]

Wind turns to snow as NM prepares for winter blast

The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE — Wind has turned to snow in New Mexico, as wintery weather shut parts of Interstate 40 for a few hours and caused dangerous driving conditions through Raton Pass. Forecasters expected the worst of the storm to hit western and central New Mexico Friday night into Saturday. Meanwhile, strong winds shut […]

Abilene Christian turns back Zias in straight sets

CNJ Staff ABILENE, Texas — Jennie Hutt and Kalynne Allen posted double-doubles Saturday as Abilene Christian held off Eastern New Mexico University 27-25, 25-18, 25-21 in a Lone Star Conference volleyball match. Hutt had 18 kills and 10 digs while Allen notched 13 kills and 12 digs for the Wildcats (8-7, 4-3 LSC), who pulled […]

Grant: Life saving matter of taking control

A guy came in the bicycle shop the other day. We got to talking and it turns out we have something in common: We’re both Eagle Scouts, the high rank of the Boy Scouts of America. It got me to reminiscing. To be an Eagle Scout one of the things you have to do is […]

Letters to the editor: Gay lifestyle unacceptable to God

Gay lifestyle unacceptable to God Regarding the July 21 letter from Adam Martinez: Those participating in the gay pride parade were forcing their lifestyle on us. I happened to be on Main Street that day shopping with my daughter and having a great mom/daughter day until … How can we leave them alone? Every time […]

Greenwalt turns attention to tot

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Former Clovis High basketball standout Jaye Crockett attempts to block a shot during a 4-on-4 co-ed volleyball match on Saturday at Hillcrest Park. Dave Wagner Cisti Greenwalt figures she’s given it everything she had trying to make it in women’s professional basketball. It’s time for her to move on with […]

Crash landing report turns into drug bust

Over 400 pounds of Marijuana was seized when a fixed wing Piper airplane landed on a farm near Tucumcari last night (Monday). Officers from the Tucumcari State Police office were investigating an alleged plane crash just after 9:00 PM last night when they learned that the pilot was transporting narcotics.

No. 7 Fort Lewis pulls away from Zias in second half

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Freedom New Mexico: Kevin Wilson Zias guard Tori Northcutt defends Fort Lewis guard Katie Mackey in the second half of Saturday’s game at Greyhound Arena. The seventh-ranked Skyhawks dealt the Zias a 70-53 defeat. By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico PORTALES — Fort Lewis College didn’t want to start 2010 cold at West Texas A&M. […]

Angelo State turns back Zias 1-0

CNJ staff PORTALES — Brandie DeBacker scored with less than 6 1/2 minutes left in regulation on Sunday, and Angelo State edged Eastern New Mexico University 1-0 in a Lone Star Conference women’s soccer match at the ENMU pitch. With the loss, in their home finale, the Zias (8-9, 3-6 LSC) were all but officially […]

Trip turns sickly

By Anita Tedaldi: FNM columnist I’m writing this column from Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago – actually from the attending physician’s personal laptop. Now, if that’s not superb patient care, I don’t know what is. The question you may be asking is why am I in a hospital in Chicago? Let me start from the […]

Shakedown turns up illegal items

Freedom New Mexico Homemade knives, a “hoard” of prescription drugs, marijuana and tattooing equipment were among items found in a shakedown at the Curry County Adult Detention Center Friday morning, according to county officials. Detention officers joined with members of the Curry County Sheriff’s office in what was described as a “major shakedown” of the […]

Loan concerns authority member

By Karl Terry: Freedom New Mexico Money has been tight and it’s going to be tighter in the short term for the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water Authority. At its monthly meeting Wednesday in Portales, the authority voted to rescind acceptance of two grant-loan agreements with New Mexico’s Water Trust Board, totaling $3.52 million. The […]

Central Oklahoma turns back ENMU

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Freedom New Mexico: Karl Terry Eastern New Mexico University coach Phil Clabaugh counsels freshman Kevin Thompson, left, and sophomore Ethan Wagner during a break in Saturday’s first game against Central Oklahoma at Greyhound Field. CNJ staff PORTALES — Catcher Miguel Moctezuma and center fielder Dean McIntyre combined to go 12-for-21 at the top of Central […]

Angelo State turns back Zias in series opener

CNJ staff PORTALES — Angelo State’s Kari Galm scattered eight hits and shortstop Macy Baker homered, leading the Rambelles to a 4-1 Lone Star Conference South Division victory over Eastern New Mexico University at Zia Softball Field. Galm (10-1) lost her bid for a shutout in the bottom of the sixth when ENMU’s Haley Hays […]

Officials look to solve intersection congestion

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A new median on North Prince Street from 21st Street to Commerce Way prevents illegal left turns from businesses. Clovis Public Works Director Harry Wang said city officials are considering ways to alleviate congestion. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle By Tonya Fennell: CNJ staff writer A new Prince Street median built to eliminate illegal left-hand […]

Local Roundup: Prince Street contruction begins

By CNJ Staff Construction of a median divider on Prince Street between Commerce Way and 21st Street will begin at 6 a.m. today, according to a state Department of Transportation press release. Prince Street traffic will be restricted to the outside lane in each direction during the construction, the release said. Left turns will also […]

God absolutely loves ordinary people

By Curtis K. Shelburne Somewhere in his fine book, “Franklin and Winston,” Jon Meacham quotes a friend and colleague of Winston Churchill as commenting, “Winston was not a sinner, but he liked the company of sinners.” Don’t worry. I’m not questioning the time-tested wisdom: “Evil companions ruin good morals.” Like most parents, I’ve given some […]