Volunteers with the Carlsbad Community Volunteer Network (CCVN) take a moment to pose while dedicated their time to the Terri Able Community Kitchen. CCVN would like to say thanks to all of its volunteers. For more information, please call (575) 887-0871.
|Matt Hollinshead Talks Eddy County War|
The Sports Editor of the Carlsbad Current Argus spoke with players and coaches for both Carlsbad and Artesia High Schools and offers some thoughts on the 2016 High School Football Season Opener for both squads. Photo of Carlsbad QB Jonah Leyva and Center Abijah Rodriguez by Matt Hollinshead Carlsbad Current Argus.
|Woods Houghton Podcast Returns|
This week the Eddy County Extension Agent talks about a ranch and water symposium coming to Albuquerque next month. He also talks about mosquitoes, the Eddy County Stockmen’s meeting and floods.
|Retiring Planes Arrive At Roswell International Air Center|
The Roswell International Air Center on Tuesday (Aug. 23) became the temporary retirement home for 20 American Airlines jets the company flew in as the McDonnell-Douglas-80 models are removed from American’s fleet. The planes will be stored at the air center as American Airlines determines the future of each one, which for some could include uses such as removing parts for use on other pl... Read More >>
|New Energy Institute Report Finds That New Mexico Stands To Lose If Energy Production Is Banned On Federal Lands|
The first report in the Energy Institute’s Energy Accountability Series finds that proposals from Hillary Clinton and other politicians to ban oil, gas, and coal production on federal lands and waters would cost New Mexico thousands of jobs and millions in revenue. The Energy Accountability Series takes a substantive look at what would happen if energy proposals from candidates and intere... Read More >>
|Artesia Officials Offer Condolences For Aguilar Family |
Artesia Mayor Phil Burch is offering condolences on behalf of city government and the entire Artesia City Council to the family of Jose Luis Aguilar(pictured).Mayor Burch says Aguilar was missed at last night’s City Council meeting. Services for Aguilar are set for tomorrow morning at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Artesia.Mayor Burch also recaps last night`s meeting.... Read More >>
|Tech Student Looks To Help Others |
Woodpeckers. Long-horned rams. American football players. They all have one major thing in common: frequent, repeated blows to the head. Humans, however, seem to have a weakness not shared by the animals: they are more likely to suffer brain injuries from these impacts. “Why is it that none of these animals actually sustain any brain injury?” asked Alberto Garcia, an incoming sophom... Read More >>