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Emptying the Notebook: A Birima Seck appreciation article

UNM Lobo forward Birima Seck shoots over Western New Mexico’s Isaiah White during Tuesday’s game in the Pit . (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Journal) Here are some extra notes, quotes, videos, analysis, stats and whatever else I managed to empty out of the old notebook after Tuesday’s 102-63 Lobos win over Division II Western New Mexico University in […]

Anti-abortion issue back on city agenda

Nov. 30–The proposal to make Clovis a “sanctuary city for the unborn” is back on the agenda for Thursday’s regular meeting of the Clovis city commission. The ordinance, aimed at preventing abortion clinics from securing business licenses in the city, was tabled by a 7-1 vote early this month. Commissioners said they were concerned about […]

Auburn hires Liberty’s Hugh Freeze, who’s coming back to SEC

Auburn is bringing Hugh Freeze back to the Southeastern Conference as head coach of the Tigers, more than five years after his resignation from SEC West rival Mississippi amid both personal and NCAA scandals. Auburn athletic director John Cohen announced on Monday the hiring of Freeze, who spent the last four seasons as coach at […]

Eaton, Sandia High baseball coach, dies at age 35 (with photos)

Albuquerque’s prep baseball community, and Sandia High School in particular, was reeling Wednesday over the news that Matadors baseball coach Chris Eaton had died. Eaton died Monday. He was 35 years old. “He lost his battle against mental illness,” his younger brother Michael told the Journal on Wednesday. “We really want to get it across […]

Official says vape sensor project a success

CLOVIS — Vape sensors installed in the high school and middle schools are doing their job, Clovis Municipal Schools board members were told at Tuesday’s November meeting. CMS Operations Director Loran Hill addressed the board on the success of the installation of the vape detectors, a $300,000 project according to Hill. The sensing devices resemble […]

Tropical Storm Nicole could doom some beachfront homes

VERO BEACH, Fla. — Tropical Storm Nicole hit Florida as a hurricane Thursday, sending hits highest storm surges to places that lost their seawalls during Hurricane Ian only weeks before. In Daytona Beach Shores, rising seas threatened the foundations of at least a dozen high-rise condos and houses. Nicole remains a sprawling tropical storm, covering […]

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On a rainy Wednesday night with ... On a rainy Wednesday night with a late-arriving crowd, the UNM women's basketball team seemed to need a litte wakeup call in the Pit. ...