|Flooding Hits Eddy County |
This picture shows the serious flooding that struck Eddy County on Friday morning. Artesia picked up nearly two inches of rain on Thursday and for the year, nearly 12 inches of rain has fallen.
|Bulldogs Host Deming; Roswell Takes On Silver |
Another night of high school football returns to the Pecos Valley. It is Homecoming in Artesia as the Bulldogs take on the Deming Wildcats. Artesia is 2-1 and the game will kick off at 7. You can listen on KSVP, KZ-93 and watch on this website. The Roswell Coyotes are looking for the first win of the season as the Silver High Fighting Colts come to town. The game will be heard on JACK fm. Godda... More >>
|Town Hall Returns To Artesia |
The City of Artesia hosted another Town Hall meeting regarding the Central Americans that are staying at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. Another one was held Thursday night at the Artesia Center and as always it sparked a lot of debate. Christopher Mursa (at right) is an immigration attorney who spoke. You can watch the meeting by going to the KSVP Morning Show Video Channel at the... More >>
|Jewish Federation Conducting Survey|
Sam Sokolove is the Director of the Jewish Federation of New Mexico and he says they are conducting their first ever demographic survey. He says people from all across New Mexico can patricipate. He talks about how people can participate in the survey and the issues that are affecting the Jewish population. To hear the interview, go to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page. ... More >>
|NMMI And Artesia Meet On THe Pitch|
The Colts and Bulldogs met on Tuesday and NMMI won 6-1.
|Lt. Gov. John Sanchez Talks About The Re-Election Campaign|
The Lt. Gov. says Gov. Susana Martinez is moving the state forward. He cites that the private sector has grown under her leadership. He says if Gary King is elected then the state will go backwards. Hear more now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Artesia School District Looks At New Construction |
Supt. Dr. Crit Caton says the board held a Special Meeting on Wednesday afternoon to get the wheels in motion for some potential construction projects in the district. He says that could include a new Administration Building. The current one was built several decades ago. He also says the School District and the City of Artesia are trying to hammer out details to build a new Aquatics Center. Th... More >>