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Gov. Gives State Of State Speech

She gave the speech on Tuesday to kick off the 2017 New Mexico Legislative Session. Watch now plus some comments from a KNME TV panel in the You Tube link at the bottom of the page. 


Crimestoppers Looking For Info

Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving a Criminal Sexual Penetration that occurred earlier this month. The Eddy County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of McKitrick Road and Hidalgo on January 12 in reference to some unusual items that had been discarded in a remote location. Upon arrival deputies observed several pieces of tape with what appeared to b... Read More >>


Carlsbad School Board Meets

Asst. Supt. Kelli Barta says budget and financial items were discussed during the first meeting of 2017. 


Happy Birthday Maggie

Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park invites everyone in Eddy County to stop by on Saturday afternoon to wish Maggie a happy birthday. She is the famous black bear and this will be her 12th birthday at the park near Carlsbad. Kathryn Law of Living Desert says Maggie was orphaned at a young age and was brought to the park when she was five months old.


Enrollment Up At ENMU-R

The Eastern New Mexico University Roswell Community College Board got some good news regarding spring enrollment numbers yesterday. They’re up by nine percent and yesterday marked the first day of class at ENMU-R. The Roswell Daily Record reports that Pres. John Madden told the board that the enrollment totaled more than 23-hundred students. The report says that’s just shy of the to... Read More >>


Bird Count Coming To Guadalupe Mountains

The National Audubon Society’s Christmas Bird Count is coming to our area on Jan. 28. It will start at 8:30 that morning and go until 1:30 that afternoon at Guadalupe Mountains National Park. This is the second bird count and it is for kids ages 8 to 16 and they will be taught the basic bird watching techniques. This has been called the longest-running wildlife census to assess the health... Read More >>


NM KIDS COUNT Data Book Shows Positives And Negatives In Child Well-Being

The annual New Mexico KIDS COUNT data book—a project of New Mexico Voices for Children—has some bright spots for child well-being as well as some trouble spots. Measures of children’s health saw the most gains, with declines in the rates of babies born at a low birthweight, children without health insurance, and teens abusing alcohol and drugs. The teen birth rate has also dec... Read More >>



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