|NM AG Vows To Protect Cattle Industry |
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas has announced a multi-pronged investigation to review what he is calling unfair and anticompetitive practices in the national cattle industry. He says this is harming New Mexico ranchers and cattle folks, who he says are the backbone of New Mexico’s economy. The AG says he is concerned that New Mexico’s cattle industry is being threatened ... Read More >>
|NMSU:Gifts Of Time And Caring Have Tremendous Impact|
When Jag and Linda Cheema needed a family in their new hometown, New Mexico State University answered the call. When NMSU students needed a home away from home, the Cheemas dialed in. Now, the Jag and Linda Cheema Endowed Scholarship will create a way for student athletes to be their best, not only on the playing fields and courts but in the classroom as well. “When we first moved here, w... Read More >>
|Roswell Gets Ready For Another UFO Fest |
Roswell is getting ready to host this year’s UFO Festival June 29-July 2, the 22nd year of the event that annually welcomes UFO enthusiasts and skeptics alike to join in the celebration of the much-debated 1947 incident that many believe involved a UFO crashing on a ranch in the Roswell area of southeast New Mexico. The four-day event – which this summer comes during the 70th annive... Read More >>
|Event To Welcome Fish Water Feature Play Structure To Zoo|
There is a fish coming to the Spring River Park and Zoo. This fish is metal rather than marine. And instead of living in water itself, it gives kids a chance to get wet and refreshed. The public is invited to a special event Saturday, April 29, when the new water feature play structure will officially be welcomed to the zoo. Saturday’s event at the zoo (corner of East College Boulevard an... Read More >>
|APD Hosting Drug Take Back And Taste Of The Blue|
Commander Lindell Smith(pictured) offers more information on the Drug Take Back Day this weekend and next month’s Taste of the Blue.
|Artesia City Council Delays Water Rate Vote |
The Artesia City Council has decided to wait before voting on an increase on water rates. Artesia Mayor Phil Burch(pictured) offered more information Wednesday on KSVP.
|Registration Begins In May For Youth Summer Soccer|
The City of Roswell Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring its annual youth Summer Soccer League. The league is open to boys and girls ages 3-13. Cost is $35 (plus tax) for the first child and $30 (plus tax) for each other child being registered by an adult. Registration will take place at the Roswell Adult and Recreation Center, 807 N. Missouri Ave., from May 1 through May 31. The cente... Read More >>