Pecos Valley Broadcasting Pecos Valley Broadcasting Pecos Valley Broadcasting Pecos Valley Broadcasting
Pecos Valley Broadcasting     |    Roswell / Artesia / Carlsbad New Mexico, USA    |    Phone: 575-746-2751
Watch Coyote Sports
KSVP Radio

Promote Your Page Too
News New Mexico
The New Phone Apps are Here!

 

NTB Coming To Artesia

School will be starting soon for kids in the Pecos Valley and the Artesia Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their annual New Teachers Breakfast next month. It will start at seven on the morning of Aug. 7 at the First Baptist Church Total Life Center. The Chamber is asking for sponsors. The cost to sponsor is 30 dollars and they are also looking for people to contribute goodie bags and door prizes. The deadline to sign up is this Wednesday. If you\'d like more information, you can call the Chamber of Commerce. 


Outgoing NMMI AD Charged

No one from the athletic department at New Mexico Military Institute responded to a request for a comment on a story that ran over the weekend in the Roswell Daily Record that said outgoing Athletic Director Reggie Franklin has been charged with sexual battery. The story said that Franklin has voluntarily surrendered to Virginia authorties on an arrest warrant for a sexual battery charge. Franklin\'s attorney denied the allegations. Meanwhile, the husband of the woman who filed the complaint stated that Franklin should be fired from his position. Franklin has been accused of groping the woman at a public event. The story says Franklin turned himself in earlier this month. 


NMSU-Carlsbad Offers Lots For Students And Non-Students

Spokesman Khush Ghadiali says the fall semester starts late next month and time is ticking if you want to take classes. He says NMSU-C is offering some new courses and they also have a program that allows high school students to get an Associates Degree. You can hear more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page. 


Drought Monitor Released

The National Weather Service in Midland says our region is going through abnormally dry to moderate drought conditions. Some places are seeing extreme drought. 


Popular Outdoor Gathering Almost Here

Fishing poles and hunting gear, dreams of bass and big ole deer, a big outoor gathering is almost here! On Saturday, August 23rd, Pecos Valley Baptist Association will present its Sixth Annual Sportsman’s Gathering of Southeastern New Mexico. The event will be from 10:00am to 1:00pm at First Baptist Church Total Life Center located at the corner of Roselawn and Richardson in Artesia. The cost is $10 per person or $30 per family of four, payable at the door. The cost includes lunch, live country music by Jim Hamblen, sporting demonstrations, activities for kids, door prizes, grand prizes, and special speaker Bryan Houser(pictured).Exciting demonstrations will include gun cleaning and sighting, varmint calling, turkey calling, bass fishing, casting pool, fly knot tying, Centershot Archery, outdoor camp cooking, and many more. There will be displays from Safari Club International, New Mexico Trappers Association,New Mexico Trappers Association, Taxidermy from Africa, New Mexico Game and Fish, and a display of what’s new in firearms. The Sportsman’s Gathering has proven to be a great time for sportsmen and families alike.


Artesia QB Club Meeting Coming

Football season will be here soon and the Artesia Quarterback Club will hold their first meeting of the year on Aug. 5th at 7:30pm at the Field House. All men interested in the AHS Football team are welcome to attend. They will be electing officers and discussing the hamburger fry. 


Old Lincoln Days Coming

The Lincoln County War was one of the most explosive episodes in the history of the New Mexico territory. It also gave Billy The Kid a passport to the ages. Aug. 1-3 Lincoln County residents will relive that time during Old Lincoln Days. Kent McInnes of Capitan has been associated with it for decades. You can hear more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.(Photo courtesy of Billy The Kid Pageant website)