|Road Closure Comes To Artesia |
The City of Artesia says a road closure will take place later this week. Officials say the closure is set for Thursday from 7am to 5pm. It will take place on 26th from Washington south to Mann. Alonzo Acosta with the Street Department says the New Mexico DOT will be conducting a load test on the bridge on 26th.
|APD Investigates Stabbing And Offers Driving Tips|
The Artesia Police Department reported a busy weekend. They reported a series of arrests and Commander Lindell Smith says officials are still investigating a stabbing. He also offers some driving tips after officials reported a couple of traffic deaths in the county over the weekend. To hear more go to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Roswell Elks Lodge Supporting Toys For Tots |
Roswell Elks Lodge 969 is holding a Halloween Toy Drive on Oct. 31 from 5pm-10pm. The Secretary of the lodge, Jack Finlay says the admission is one new unwrapped toy with the proceeds to go to Toys For Tots. Hear more from Finlay now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Newsmakers Talks About Education And Bond Issues|
From KRWG-TV in Las Cruces, a look at state education policy and NMSU President Garrey Carruthers talks about Bond Issue C. Fred Martino (pictured) is the host. To watch it go to the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|If You Love Baseball..Thank Agriculture. |
Have you been following the run up to the world series? The crack of the bat and the ball park frank are all made possible by agriculture. Dalene Hodnett(pictured) of the NM Farm and Livestock Bureau has more in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Moving Roadblock To Cause Traffic Delays In Southern New Mexico|
The New Mexico Department of Transportation, State Police and Motor Transportation Police will be working together to coordinate the transport of a 25,000 pound fuselage through southern New Mexico the week of October 20th.The fuselage will be transported on a trailer with a reported width of 32’ which will take up two lanes along the route, traveling at speeds varying from 5 to 60 mph. The moving roadblock will affect highways in Lea, Eddy, Chaves, Lincoln, Otero, Dona Ana, Luna, Grant and Hidalgo counties.The closures will be manned during the entirety of the escort move by NMDPS-MTPD personnel. The scheduled transport is subject to change, depending on weather or other factors.
|Christy Thomas Looks To Unseat Cathrynn Brown|
The Democrat is running for New Mexico House District 55. She believes in creating job opportunities through public education, public works and public health care. You can hear more in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Cathrynn Brown Says Experience Makes A Difference|
The NM House District 55 incumbent is seeking another term. If re-elected she will focus on getting the roads fixed in Eddy County. To hear more, go to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|CVE Celebrates Member Appreciation Day|
Oct. 31 is Halloween and it is also the day that Central Valley Electric in Artesia will have a Member Apperciation Day. Leah Boone says it will start at 8am and last until 5pm and there will be learning stations, plus candy, popcorn and refreshements. Find out more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|D Ann Read Seeks To Unseat Van Dyk |
The Republican running for Eddy County Magistrate Division 2 lists three decades of service as a retired prosecutor, military veteran and practicing attorney as her qualifications for the job. Hear more now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|James Walterscheid Seeking County Commission Spot|
He says Eddy County has been his home for 65 years and he is concerned about the roads, traffic safety and emergency response. Hear more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Dick Van Dyk Seeking Another Term As EC Magistrate|
The Democrat is seeking another term in Division 2. He says he has the experience as the incumbent. To hear more of his thoughts, go to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page. (Courtesy photo)