|Woods Houghton Podcast Returns|
This week the Eddy County Extension Agent talks about flies, winter outlook, leaves and mulching and pesticide school.
|Marita Noon Podcast Returns |
If Hillary Clinton becomes our next president, one of the changes you can expect is an invasion of industrial wind development in your community that has the potential to severely damage your property values, ruin the viewshed, impact your sleep patterns, and cause your electricity rates to `necessarily skyrocket`--all thanks to your tax dollars. The Democratic presidential candidate frequently... Read More >>
|Artesia City Council Meets|
Artesia Mayor Pro Tem Terry Hill(pictured) filled in for Mayor Phil Burch Wednesday on AM-990 KSVP and 93.7 FM. He addressed many topics, including the economy and how it is affecting everyone in the community, including city employees.
|UNM Football Heads West |
The University of New Mexico Lobos (4-3, 2-1 MW) return back to Mountain West play with a date on the islands with the Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors (4-4, 3-1 MW). The Lobos have a two-game winning streak after a 59-17 win over ULM. Hawai’i is coming off a huge double overtime road win at Air Force, having ended the Falcons’ 15-game home winning streak 34-27. The University of New ... Read More >>
|Udall, Heinrich Announce Over $18.6 Million for STEM Education At Hispanic-Serving NM Universities|
U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich announced that five New Mexico universities will receive more than $18.6 million to support Hispanic and low-income students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The University of New Mexico Valencia Branch Campus, New Mexico Highlands University, Eastern New Mexico University–Roswell, New Mexico State Uni... Read More >>
|ASHD Board Meets|
The Artesia Special Hospital District Board of Directors’ met late Monday afternoon and Vice Chair Mike Deans says the meeting was “routine.” He also says there are “positive developments” around the area at Artesia General Hospital.
|Governor Susana Martinez Launches MVD Mobile Unit|
Governor Susana Martinez launched the MVD Mobile Unit, which will serve rural communities that don’t have motor vehicle offices. The unit will ensure New Mexicans get the services they need without having to drive out of their way to do so. “We’ve made improving MVD and access to their services one of our priorities,” said Governor Martinez. “The mobile unit gives ... Read More >>