Zias fall late, but make LSC tournament

CMI staff WICHITA FALLS, Texas — The Eastern New Mexico University women made a valiant attempt to clinch a Lone Star Conference postseason tournament spot on their own Saturday, only to come up short when Midwestern State ended the game on a 9-2 run for a 64-55 victory. The Zias, though, got the help they […]

Zias hold on late to edge Commerce

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CMI corresponent photo: Josh Lucero Zia senior guard senior guard Karen Grant drives past Texas A&M Commerce guard Danielle Dixon in a Saturday afternoon Lone Star Conference game at Greyhound Arena. Grant scored 10 points on 4-of-6 shooting in the Zias’ 58-53 victory. Dave Wagner PORTALES — Kiara Tate made perhaps a game-saving play at […]

Wedding —

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Grossnicklaus Gabrielle Nicole Parra of Germantown, Md., and Aron Michael Grossnicklaus of Laurel, Md., were joined in marriage Sept. 9, 2011, at Stone Manor Country Club in Middleton, Md. The Rev. Michael Kelley performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Ed and Nancy Parra of Germantown, Pa. She is the granddaughter […]

Long Beach pulls away from Hounds late

CNJ staff LONG BEACH, Calif. — Junior guard James Ennis led four Long Beach State players in double figures with 15 points and the 49ers pulled away late for a 76-54 victory over Eastern New Mexico University on Monday night. The 49ers, members of the Big West Conference, improved to 5-5 for the season but […]

Late goal lifts Hounds to tie

CNJ staff AUSTIN, Texas — The Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer team is getting used to this overtime thing. The Greyhounds played their school-record sixth OT contest in the last eight games on Sunday, managing a 1-1 non-league tie against St. Edward’s when sophomore midfielder Julian Roberts scored on a free kick with 30 […]

Hounds score late to edge WT

CNJ staff PORTALES — The Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer team is making a habit of beating rival West Texas A&M at home. Junior midfielder Kal Herbert dribbled in from the left side and beat goalkeeper Sebastian Furness with just under four minutes left in regulation Sunday to give ENMU a 1-0 victory over […]

Students, teachers brace for beginning of school

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Kim Matlock, right, helps her 7-year-old daughter Makena load up her desk with supplies during the Zia Elementary open house Friday afternoon. Makena is starting second grade at the school Monday. Kevin Wilson The hallways and parking lot of Zia Elementary were bustling Friday afternoon, as parents and students got […]

AgSense: Good crops still possible with little rain

By Mark Marsalis Farmers in eastern New Mexico have received little or no precipitation since fall of 2010. In addition, irrigation quantity and seasonal availability are becoming severely limited in the region with each passing year. Consequently, local dryland farmers are facing a no-plant situation for grain crops and irrigated farmers are not sure if […]

Two more fires break out in Roosevelt County

Alisa Boswell The Portales Fire Department is estimating 2,200 to 2,500 acres for the Blackwater Fire that ignited Tuesday on a U.S. 70 median then moved northeast towards New Mexico Highway 202. The New Mexico State Forestry Division said Wednesday the fire has been slowed, but is not yet contained. Another fire broke out on […]

Newspaper delivery delayed (Updated)

Delivery of the Clovis News Journal was delayed Thursday morning because of a loss of electrical power late Wednesday. Crews from Xcel and Southwestern Public Service Co. worked through the night, replacing three transformers regulating power to the Freedom New Mexico press and newsrooms. Problems began about 7:30 p.m. and power was finally restored about […]