NMSU overwhelms Hounds

Freedom New Mexico LAS CRUCES — New Mexico State took no mercy Wednesday on a short-handed Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team, blowing out the Greyhounds 115-64 Wednesday in an exhibition game. Western Athletic Conference preseason player of the year Wendell McKines had 19 points and nine rebounds for the Aggies, who led 50-24 […]

Texico ag teacher recognized by NMSU

Texico agriculture teacher Tod Pinnell was recognized as the Outstanding Agriculture Teacher of the year by New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. An NMSU alumnus, Pinnell has trained 24 state championship teams in areas including parliamentary law, livestock evaluation, entomology and dairy evaluation. His students have won the Production Sweepstakes […]

Peanut researchers focus on shelf life, drought tolerance

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Freedom New Mexico: Argen Duncan National Peanut Board Chairman George Jeffcoat of Alabama, left, speaks as New Mexico Peanut Growers President Wayne Baker of Portales listens at the peanut growers annual meeting Wednesday at the Memorial Building. Jeffcoat said the board has spent $16 million on research in its existence, and research keeps the peanut […]

Education digest — Feb. 10

Students selected for honor band Six Clovis High School band students are selected to attend the 2011 Southwest Honor Band being held at NMSU in Las Cruces. The honor band concert will be held 2 p.m. Sunday in the NMSU Recital Hall. Selected students are: • Honor band I — Jeremy Urban, Bryan Wygant, Jacob […]

Hounds add exhibition tilt against NMSU

CNJ staff PORTALES — Before it ever tips off the season on the Greyhound Arena floor, THE Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team will have already toured a pretty fair stretch of New Mexico and southwestern Texas. The Greyhounds added their third preseason game, a 7 p.m. Oct. 8 battle at New Mexico State. […]

Hounds’ schedule includes exhibitions at UNM, UTEP

Eastern New Mexico University has released its men’s basketball schedule for the upcoming season. The Greyhounds will play exhibition games Oct. 30 at the University of Texas El Paso and Nov. 3 at the University of New Mexico. The regular season opens with a Nov. 12 home date against Northern New Mexico, followed by a […]

Press release: NMSU golfers seeded 12th in regional

LAS CRUCES, N.M. – The National Collegiate Athletics Association announced Monday that the New Mexico State men’s golf team will be the No. 12 seed and play in the NCAA Regional tournament at the University of Texas Golf Club in Austin, Texas, May 14-16.

Aug. 26, 2008 Business Digest

Field Day slated for Thursday The New Mexico State University Science Center at Clovis is holding its annual field day Thursday. Registration for the field day starts at 8:30 a.m. with the introduction starting at 9:15 a.m. The field tours begin at 9:30 a.m. Lunch will be served at noon. Featured speakers after lunch are […]

NMSU plans field day

Preview image for upcoming field day in Clovis, NM. (submitted photo)

With wheat prices near $9 per bushel, interest in growing wheat for grain harvest is greater now than it has been in many years New Mexico State University’s Agricultural Science Center at Clovis has scheduled the 2008 Wheat Field Day on May 28. Special to the CNJ Farmers in eastern New Mexico and West Texas […]

Reid leads Aggies

CNJ staff Sophomore Travis Reid fired an eagle in each of Tuesday’s two rounds and finished the two-round tournament with a team-leading 5-over-par 218 at the PING Arizona Intercollegiate, according to NMSU press release. Arizona’s Brian Prouty won the individual medal at 14-under-199. UNLV won the tournament at 23-under. NMSU shot 43-over.

Reid paces NMSU golfers

CNJ staff TUCSON, Ariz. — Sophomore transfer Travis Reid, a 2005 Clovis High grad, shot a 2-under-par 69 Monday to lead New Mexico State’s golf team in the first round of the season-opening PING Arizona Intercollegiate. The Aggies shot a first-round team score of 5-over 287 and were 11th in the 16-team field. Playing despite […]

Reporter’s notebook: Work with youth rewarded

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer A LATE CLOVIS resident was honored Tuesday for her lifetime commitment to a program that encourages youth participation in agriculture. DOROTHY MARKS, who died in 1988, was inducted posthumously into the New Mexico State University 4-H Hall of Fame at the college campus Tuesday afternoon, according to Janis Hallem, […]

ENMU men third, women fourth in NMSU cross country meet

CNJ staff LAS CRUCES — Junior Nimrod Lelei finished sixth and sophomore Felix Boit was 12th in New Mexico State’s Kachina Classic cross country meet on Saturday, leading the Greyhounds to a third-place team finish. Lelei placed sixth with a tiime of 23 minutes, 4.3 seconds — behind five runners from team champion Texas-El Paso, […]

Reid wins with 12-under total

CNJ staff LAS CRUCES — Clovis High grad Travis Reid shot a 36-hole score of 132, 12 under par, to take a four-shot victory over former CHS teammate Robert Goff in the fifth annual Messilla Valley Amateur golf tournament at New Mexico State Univesity’s golf course. Reid, who transferred to NMSU this fall from the […]

July 18, 2006 Business Digest

Posinski named Trigg administrator Matt Posinski has been named the new administrator for Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital (DCT) in Tucumcari, according to a hospital news release. He had been the hospital’s director of rehabilitation services. “As administrator, I will be focused on retaining our excellent staff and maintaining our high level of community […]

State ranks seventh in dairy product sales

CNJ staff LAS CRUCES — New Mexico ranks seventh nationally in dairy product sales, with dairies adding more than $730 million to the state’s economy, according to a New Mexico State University agricultural economist. “Dollar for dollar, dairy is one of our big players,” said Ereney Hadjigeorgalis, an assistant professor in NMSU’s agricultural economics department. […]

Disarming Pistol Pete strike against tradition

By Ned Cantwell: State Columnist Let’s paint the Statue of Liberty pink. Let’s trash the Zia symbol and adopt the Fleur de Leis as our New Mexico emblem. Isn’t it the International Aeronautical Festival held each fall in Albuquerque? As for that state question — “red or green?” — let’s change colors. By the way, […]

Researchers talk peanuts on ag tour

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Ronald Henning of Nitragin, based in Oklahoma, gestures towards a peanut demonstration plot during Thursday’s peanut day sponsored by New Mexico State University. (Freedom Newspapers: Kevin Wilson) By Tony Parra: Freedom Newspapers PORTALES — In the midst of concrete and asphalt in the city of Portales there is the essence of nature and eastern New […]

NMSU research facility field tests seeds for farmers

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Nicholas Dietrick, 14, of Tyrone, Okla. checks out the sunflower field Tuesday at the New Mexico State University Agricultural Science Center near Clovis during the annual field day. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers The 164 acres feature alfalfa and wheat and other ordinary crops, including sunflowers that grow to an average […]

7/17 Agriculture Digest

Food safety workshop in Clovis Fruit growers and farmer’s market vegetable growers can improve their knowledge of food safety and sanitation July 26 during a good agricultural practices workshop in Clovis. The day-long training at New Mexico State University’s Curry County Extension office, 818 Main St., will cover use of compost and manure, animal issues, […]