|Texas Tech Hosts Forum |
Join us for a panel discussion hosted by the American Academy of Diplomacy (AAD) and Texas Tech University’s Office of International Affairs, the Center for Global Understanding and The CH Foundation, regarding the diplomatic challenges faced by the new administration of President Donald Trump. The ambassadors have more than 100 combined years of foreign service experience and will be ava... Read More >>
|Cinco De Mayo Festival To Bring Community Together For Weekend Of Fun|
A weekend of fun for the entire family is planned in May at the Second Annual Roswell Cinco de Mayo Festival, which brings together food, family and fun. The May 5-6 event at Russ DeKay Soccer Complex (1500 N. Grand Ave.) is being organized by the City of Roswell, Roswell Hispano Chamber of Commerce, Roswell Chamber of Commerce and the Roswell/Chaves County Economic Development Corporation. Ros... Read More >>
|Game Commission To Meet In Artesia |
The New Mexico Game Commission will meet April 5 in Artesia to consider numerous matters, including a legislative update and proposed hunting season dates and bag limits for migratory birds. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 5, at Central Valley Co-op, 1403 N. 13th Street, Artesia. Other agenda items include: • Consideration of a final recovery plan for Gould’s turkey... Read More >>
|Broncos Swept Return Home This Weekend|
The New Mexico Military Institute Broncos were swept at Odessa Community College last weekend and this weekend they face Luna Community College in Roswell. Head Coach Chris Cook offers more information.
|ASHD Vice Chair Says Obamacare Is Going Down |
The Vice Chair of the Artesia Special Hospital District Board of Directors’ says there may be no need to repeal Obamacare. Congressional Republicans were unsuccessful recently in trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Mike Deans says it’s imploding. Deans says Obamacare has affected the way Artesia General Hospital gets reimbursed from the feds.
|Man Charged With The 2005 Double Murder Of Brothers Who Were Shot At Home|
An arrest warrant was issued Monday for the man Roswell Police Department investigators believe is responsible for the murder of two brothers in their Roswell home nearly 12 years ago. The warrant charging two counts of first-degree murder was issued for Gabriel J. Thyberg, 33, who is alleged to have fatally shot Reynaldo Jimenez, 50, and Robert Jimenez, 54, in the kitchen of their home in the ... Read More >>
|Paul Gessing Podcast Returns|
This week the head of the Albuquerque based Rio Grande Foundation talks about the latest unemployment numbers. Education spending, a special session and Obamacare.