|Softball Wins / Baseball Falls|
Aided by a Vanessa Olivas grand slam home run the Artesia Lady Bulldogs came from behind to defeat St. Pius in the opening day of the Rio Rancho softball tournament. Artesia will play Aztec at 9 am Friday morning. Win or lose the girls play again at 3 pm Friday.
It wasn't as good of a start for the Bulldog baseball team who fell to the Cleveland Storm 7-0 in game one of the Rio Rancho b... More >>
|Udall Urges Energy Secretary to Work with N.M. to Safely Reopen WIPP, Support B61 Life Extension Program|
Wednesday, during a hearing of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, U.S. Senator Tom Udall urged U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz(pictured) to work constructively with the state of New Mexico to safely reopen the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) and prioritize the B61 Life Extension Program, which supports jobs at Los Alamos and Sandia national labs. Find ... More >>
|Special Meeting Comes To Carlsbad |
The Carlsbad School Board will hold a special meeting Friday morning at ten. They are being asked to vote on some entitlement, preschool and risk pool final budget allocations. They are also being asked to approve a couple of budget increases. The board will also meet in closed session.
|Coming Up Friday Morning On AM-990 KSVP |
At 7:20am we will have some students from Yucca in to discuss Character Counts, focusing on the pillar of trustworthiness. At 8:20am, David Grousnick will stop by to talk Smokin on the Pecos. At 8:30 we will go to Rio Rancho for Artesia baseball. Check it from 7am to 10am on AM-990 KSVP and this website.
|AAA Releases Weekend Gas Watch |
Drivers in New Mexico are now paying $2.25 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel, according to the AAA New Mexico Weekend Gas Watch. That’s one penny less than last week and $1.14 less than last year. Of the major metropolitan areas surveyed in the Land of Enchantment, drivers in Santa Fe are paying the most on average at $2.26 per gallon while drivers in Albuquerque are paying the least ... More >>
|DOE Secretary Lauds WIPP, Carlsbad|
Carlsbad Department of Development President Jay Jenkins said he was extremely pleased with comments made about the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant during a presentation by Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz on March 24 at the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, D.C.“It was a great day for WIPP and for Carlsbad,” Jenkins said. “Secretary Moniz made it clear that the WIPP recovery e... More >>
|APD And ECSO Stay Active |
The Artesia Police Department reported one arrest yesterday. They report that a Michael Sloan was busted for shoplifting. The department also worked some other cases earlier today. Various traffic stops were reported. A search warrant was conducted at North First and West Main. An abandoned vehicle was reported at 2300 South First. Some suspicious activity was reported at 610 ... More >>