Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Friday briefing. Groundbreaking They’re breaking ground today at Eastern New Mexico University for a new $15.6 million residence hall. It’s at 1:30 p.m. at 17th and K streets in Portales, the former site of the now-demolished Lincoln Hall. It’s open to the public. Thunder road The […]
CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson An MC-130W crew from Cannon Air Force Base performs a flyover during the Monday morning Memorial Day observance at Lawn Haven Garden of Honor. Kevin Wilson With plenty of wind to blow them, the colors of numerous veteran organization flags flew at half-staff Monday morning. Their groups, and members of […]
Good morning and welcome to Freedom New Mexico’s Thursday morning briefing.
David Stevens It’s too early to tell if Clovis will be selected as the Pecos League’s seventh team next summer, but it certainly has the resume for professional baseball, hosting the Clovis Pioneers in the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s. Clovis mostly played in the West Texas-New Mexico League, enjoying brief Major League affiliations with the […]
Glenda Price In the olden days folks who lived in the boonies didn’t have many formal entertainment choices.
Mike Higgins, who writes a regional sports blog for our Web site, has e-mailed with an answer to a reader’s question about Clovis basketball legend Bubba Jennings.
By Sharna Johnson With a tiny paper Superman symbol no bigger than the tip of a finger stuck to the glass, Leroy “JR” Segura Jr.’s name stood out amidst the rows of golden dog tags glowing in the mid-day sun. “He always said that he was Superman,” JR’s younger brother Jake Segura said. Though he […]