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New Mexico In Focus Looks Courtroom At Therapy Dogs

Featured this week is a report from the PBS News Hour. Comfort dogs are taking on a new role in the courtroom by providing support to kids who are called on to testify about difficult subjects. The dogs receive training in New Mexico, and special correspondent Kathleen McCleary brings us an inside view of how the dogs work. The program is produced by KNME TV and you can watch it in the You Tube... Read More >>

Longtime Insurance Agency Gives Back

Artesia residents gather outside J.S. Ward and Son Insurance Friday afternoon for their Third Annual Fourth of July on Fourth Street BBQ. Samantha Sanchez(pictured) is a CSR and she says it’s a way to give back to the community. She says she started it seven years ago for her fellow co-workers.

Suspects Arrested In Armed Robbery Of Restaurant

A former Roswell police officer has been arrested in connection with an armed robbery that occurred Tuesday night (June 28) at the Subway restaurant in the 2900 block of North Main Street. A second suspect was also arrested in connection with the robbery. Valerie Palombi, 24, of Roswell, was arrested Thursday night (June 30) when an officer spotted her at a convenience store in the 500 block of... Read More >>

Project Ideas Sought For Potential Grant

The process of gathering ideas for a community improvement project for which the City of Roswell hopes to receive grant funds will begin Wednesday, July 6, and Thursday, July 7, with a pair of public hearings. The public hearings to gather citizens’ suggestions for potential projects initiates the process that is expected to lead to the city submitting an application for a Community Devel... Read More >>

Mouse Meeting Takes Place In Mountains

Thursday, Congressman Steve Pearce, State Rep. Jim Townsend and members from the U.S. Forest Service met with Sacramento Mountain ranchers to talk about potential solutions to the ranchers` concerns about grazing allotments and water access points. The contention between the ranchers and the feds has been the protection of the Jumping Mouse. On his Facebook page, the Congressman says that every... Read More >>

Bronco Golf Bolsters Roster With Top Local Talent

NMMI Sports Press. Two of last season’s top local high school golfers have decided to play next year for the New Mexico Military Institute Bronco men’s golf team: Caleb Morton from Artesia High School, and Goddard High’s Deric Loving. Both players qualified and competed at the 2016 NMAA State Championships for Class 5A, where Morton placed 4th and Loving finished tied for 19th... Read More >>

Carlsbad Man Enters Guilty Plea

Travis Hayslip of Carlsbad has pled guilty in federal court in Las Cruces to violating the federal firearms laws under a plea agreement in which he admitted igniting the fire that destroyed the Quality Inn Hotel in Carlsbad on March 9. Under the terms of his plea agreement, Hayslip will be sentenced to 30 months in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release. Hayslip will also ... Read More >>

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