|NM In Focus Looks At New Mexico And Texas Water Rights |
The program is produced by KNME TV in Albuquerque and you can watch it in the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|Last Escape Of Billy The Kid Coming To Lincoln|
Last year’s performance drew people from all over and Kent McInnes talks about how his family has been associated with the performance for decades. The show is set for early next month.
|Aggies Named To Preseason All-SBC Team|
NM State football`s Larry Rose III(pictured) and Anthony McMeans have been selected for the Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference Teams, announced the league Friday. Rose III has been named Preseason Offensive Student-Athlete of the Year was chosen for the All-Sun Belt First Team, while McMeans was picked for the All-Sun Belt Second Team. `I`m really proud of both of those guys,` said head coach Do... Read More >>
|Governor Susana Martinez Expands Investment In Early Pre-K Pilot Program |
Governor Susana Martinez announced an additional $3.5 million investment in New Mexico’s Early Pre-K pilot program, bringing the total investment to more than $10.5 million over the last two years. “In New Mexico, we’re committed to giving our kids a head start in their education because no matter their background, every child can learn,” Governor Martinez said. “E... Read More >>
|Backup Power Installed For WIPP EOC|
The Waste Isolation Pilot Plant’s (WIPP) Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will soon have guaranteed operation in the event of a power outage. A 1,250-kilowatt diesel generator is being installed at the Skeen-Whitlock Building, the location of the EOC. The generator is designed to automatically start when a disruption in power is detected. While the primary purpose of the generator is to ... Read More >>
|La Llorona Coming To Capitan|
Rosalie de Aragon(pictured) will perform as The Wailing Woman during a Chautauqua presentation courtesy of the New Mexico Humanities and New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. It will take place on the night of Aug.5 at the Capitan Public Library. Call 575-354-3035 for more information. De Aragon talks more about the performance.
|Roswell Hastings To Close |
Hastings in Roswell will be closing in a few months, according to a report in the Roswell Daily Record. The report says the parent company of the book and media store has been purchased at a bankruptcy sale by a partnership that plans to liquidate its assets and close all operations. All stores will be closed by Halloween according to the report.