|Texas Tech To Face Kansas |
Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury meets with the media prior to the Red Raiders' matchup in Lawrence on Saturday against the Jayhawks. Watch it in the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|Husband Arrested For Murder Of His Wife|
A Roswell man was arrested in the early-morning hours Tuesday (Oct. 13), about four hours after he walked into a Roswell fire station to report his wife had been killed. Based on the ensuing investigation, that man, Ignacio Aguirre, 78, was the lone suspect in the stabbing death of his wife, Delores Aguirre, 70. Ignacio Aguirre was arrested on a charge of murder. Police were called to Roswell F... Read More >>
|Beyond The Bickering,Bill Lifting Oil-Export Ban Wins Bipartisan Support |
Commentary by Marita Noon,Executive Director, Energy Makes America Great Inc. Americans are sick of the bickering in Washington and want both parties to cooperate and get something done. Friday, October 9, offered proof that this can still happen. The house passed H.R. 702, the bill to lift the decades old, and outdated, oil export ban with 26 Democrats, joining the majority of Republicans, and... Read More >>
|Dexter School District Gets Ready For Bond Election|
School Supt. Lesa Dodd says the bond election is set for early next year and the district is getting ready for it.
|North Eddy Golf Scramble Coming |
The North Eddy County United Way will be holding its 29th Annual Golf Scramble next weekend, which would be Oct. 24. They are looking for players and sponsors. Organizers say the sponsorship fee for a tee box is 150 dollars. They say that your company’s name will be posted as a sponsor on a tee box and it will be visible for people to see. If you would like to become a sponsor or would li... Read More >>
|RPD Reports Shortage |
The Roswell Police Department has six recruits that are going through training right now. Despite that, a report in today’s Roswell Daily Record says the department continues to suffer a ten percent police officer vacancy rate. The six recruits are scheduled to graduate from the academy in late November. The report says the department still has nine positions to fill. RPD’s Facebook... Read More >>
|Paul Gessing Podcast Returns |
This week the Head of the Albuquerque based Rio Grande Foundation think tank talks about the recent vote in the U.S. House to lift the ban on crude exports, how the state is bombing at the box office and tourism numbers released by the Gov's office.