|NM In Focus Talks Job Creation |
From KNME-TV, A discussion on job opportunities in Denver versus New Mexico. Get more details in the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|Think New Mexico Head Talks About 2014-2015 Annual Report|
Fred Nathan says healthcare transparency is a major win for all New Mexicans.
|Major Improvements Coming To US-82 In Artesia |
Some high ranking state officials were in Artesia Monday making a major announcement on US-82.We spoke with DOT Cabinet Sec. Tom Church (pictured) and State Rep. Cathrynn Brown.
|Paul Gessing Talks About Milton Friedman Legacy|
The head of the Albuquerque based Rio Grande Foundation says this past Friday would have been Milton Friedman’s 103rd birthday. The economist was an advisor to Ronald Reagan.
|Arrowhead Center Enterprise Adviser Selected As Kauffman Fellow|
Arrowhead Center Enterprise Adviser Estela Hartley has been accepted into the Kauffman Fellows, a highly selective program in which a cohort of business and investment professionals completes a two-year curriculum and individual development plan with executive coaching, facilitated mentoring and peer learning in innovation investing.As an enterprise adviser, Hartley shares her expertise in qual... Read More >>
|AFD Releases More Info On Fire |
The Artesia Fire Department has released some more information on a fire that was reported earlier this morning. Fire Marshal James Abner says it was reported at 6:23 and crews were called to 406 South 15th. He says two vehicles parked at a house were damaged. The house also received some damage due to the approximate location of the vehicles. He says the vehicles are a total loss and the cause... Read More >>
| NMSU Students Becoming More Quiet |
© 2015 Michael Swickard, Ph.D."The college that does not feel the need of a medium for the publication of its various doings and saying must be a very quiet sort of place with students who never play pranks and teachers who cannot appreciate a "break" when it is made." In the first New Mexico State University yearbook, 1908.There has been an announcement that NMSU's student newspaper, the ... Read More >>