|Bulldogs Win;Cavemen No Longer Winless|
District play started Friday night for high school football teams in the Pecos Valley.Artesia knocked out Roswell 56-6. Carlsbad downed Hobbs 25-14.The Cavemen are no longer winless. Goddard shutout Lovington 50-0.Lake Arthur ended the regular season with a 74-0 shutout of Roy.Gateway edged Tatum 22-14.Dexter got by Texico 19-18 and Hagerman ran away from Fort Sumner 58-35. ... More >>
|Aggie Football Is Off This Week|
New Mexico State will be back in action next week on KSVP. This week enjoy another edition of NM State Sports Weekly. To watch it, go to the You Tube link on the lower left hand side of the page.
|Newsboys Coming To Carlsbad|
The noted gospel group is set to take the stage in the Cave City on Nov. 1. Mike Winters spoke with keyboard player Jeff Frankenstein and you can hear it by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page. (Courtesy photo)
|New Mexico High School Students To Learn About Oil And Gas Industry|
High School Students will get a first-hand look at the oil and gas industry at the New Mexico Oil and Gas Education Fair on October 28th and 29th in Artesia. The event is part of larger program, New Mexico Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement (NM MESA). NM MESA works to fulfill its mission, Empower and motivate the culturally diverse students with science, technology, engineering, ... More >>
|WIPP Ventilation Fan Restarted|
Tuesday evening, workers at WIPP successfully restarted the 860A fan that is part of the mine ventilation and filtration system currently operating at the site. The 860A fan was started on February 14, 2014, when continuous air monitors (CAM) in the WIPP underground facility detected elevated levels of radioactive contamination and shifted the underground ventilation system into filtration mode... More >>
|What Is The New Mexico Humanities Council?|
Dedicated to bringing the humanities to public audiences. That is the motto of the New Mexico Humanities Council. They will have their Annual Convocation coming to Albuquerque next month and they also sponsor a Chautaqua program. Craig Newbill is the Executive Director. You can hear more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Castenada Looking For Another Term On Bench|
Carlsbad native Henry Castenada has spent 12 years as the Magistrate Judge in Division One in Eddy County. He cites his experience on the bench in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.