|Tech Starts Season With SFA |
Texas Tech opens its 92nd season of football Saturday when the Red Raiders host Stephen F. Austin inside Jones AT&T Stadium. Saturday will mark the third all-time meeting between Texas Tech and Stephen F. Austin. The Red Raiders previously defeated SFA twice with a 58-3 thrashing in 2001 an then a 61-13 victory in 2013.Texas Tech Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury(pictured) talks about the game now... Read More >>
|NM State Kicks Of 2016 Season At Battle Of I-10 Rival UTEP|
The NM State football team is set to kick off the 2016 season against Battle of I-10 rival UTEP on Saturday at 6 p.m. in the Sun Bowl. The 94th battle between the two teams will be televised on BeIN Sports.The Aggies have a 35-56-2 all-time record against the Miners in a record that dates back to 1914. The 2015 season game saw 97 points and over 1,000 yards of total offense. Larry Rose III rack... Read More >>
|NMMI Grounds AF Prep |
Karen Boehler,NMMI Sports Press.After a back-and-forth first quarter — which saw a lot more offense than defense from both sides — the Bronco football team put everything together, routing Air Force Prep 62-27 in the season opener. “I’ll take it. I’ll take any win, so that’s a good way to start for us,” said NMMI head coach Joe Forchtner. He recaps the ... Read More >>
|Steve Lovato Memorial Scholarship Awarded To ENMU-Roswell Students|
Four Emergency Medical Services students at ENMU-Roswell are on their way to fulfilling their career dreams thanks to the Steve Lovato Memorial Scholarship Fund. The students, Kit Dilley, Courtney King, Shawna Mullins and Stacee Ramirez met with Lovato’s parents, Lawrence and Rosie Lovato, on campus recently to express their gratitude. The scholarship will cover the students’ educat... Read More >>
|PRCA And WPRA Come To Carlsbad|
The rodeo is set for Sept. 8-10 and Jim Kenney of JK Rodeo offers more information.
|Paul Gessing Podcast Returns|
This week the head of the Rio Grande Foundation talks about how three seven’s aren’t lucky for New Mexico. USC taking on Tinsletown subsidies, how the state can cut school spending and West Va. sees economic progress.
|Business Continues In Artesia |
Even though Kmart has closed in Artesia and Terry’s Electronics and Home Center is going out of business, there are plenty of things going on business wise in Artesia, according to the Community Development Director for the City of Artesia. Jim McGuire says a parking lot will be serving Artesia Credit Union customers. It will be located across the street from the financial center. A new l... Read More >>