- Associated Press - Friday, June 2, 2017

PORTALES, N.M. (AP) - The president of Eastern New Mexico University’s Ruidoso campus is retiring after more than seven years leading the college.

University officials announced Friday that Clayton Alred will step down once a replacement is named.

Alred has been an educator for 40 years and said in a statement that family obligations were a primary reason for his decision to step down. He called his nearly eight years leading the Ruidoso campus “the best job I’ve ever held.”

The university has its parent campus in Portales and satellite campuses in Roswell and Ruidoso.

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