|State Senator Says Real Possibility NM Chili Industry And Others Leave State Unless They Are Exempt From Worker’s Comp |
Senate Minority Caucus Chair Steve Neville(R-Farmington)explains more in the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|Artesia Native Remembered By Museum Head |
The Executive Director of the New Mexico Space Museum is offering some thoughts on the passing last week of Astronaut Edgar Mitchell. He passed away last week in Florida and Chris Orwoll has fond memories of an event Mitchell attended a few years ago in Kansas. Mitchell was inducted into the International Space Hall of Fame at the New Mexico Museum of Space History in 1979. The museum is locate... Read More >>
|Paul Gessing Podcast Returns |
This week the Director of the Rio Grande Foundation think tank offers some thoughts on the 2016 NM Legislative Session.
|Baseball Season Is Here|
It is for the NMMI Broncos. Head Coach Chris Cook explains why the team is playing the first three weeks of the season in Artesia and Hobbs.
|Young Golfers Hope To Swing Their Way To Nationals|
Karen Boehler NMMI Sports Press. Five freshmen will be taking to the links for the Bronco golf team this season, but while that means youth, it doesn’t necessarily mean inexperience. “My guys are solid,” said NMMI coach Skip Gooch. “They can get better and I’m sure as the season progresses they will do that. They’ll all improve.” Four of the five played... Read More >>
|City Of Carlsbad, Guadalupe Mountains National Park To Co-Host Grand Opening Of Convenience Station |
A demonstration of the City of Carlsbad’s on-site glass pulverizer will spotlight the grand opening and ribbon cutting of the new Solid Waste Convenience Drop Off Center. The event will begin at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 17, at the drop off center located at 302 East Plaza Street. Guadalupe Mountains National Park located their new pulverizer at the Drop Off Center to assist with loc... Read More >>