|Newsmakers Returns |
Fred Martino(pictured) interviews Lily Eskelsen García, President of the National Education Association, the largest employee union in the United States, with about three million members. The program is produced by KRWG TV in Las Cruces and you can watch it in the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|Rep. Townsend Recaps Opening Week In Santa Fe|
It was a busy first week for New Mexico legislators like Artesia State Rep. Jim Townsend. He says he will be serving on the Appropriations Committee. He will also be serving on the Health Committee.
|Report: U.S. Will Lose One-Third Of Its Electricity Generation Capacity Without More Infrastructure|
A new report released by Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) found that rejecting pipeline infrastructure would remove almost one-third of U.S. electricity generation capacity by 2030, dangerously raising electric rates nationwide, especially for poverty-stricken households. David Holt of CEA offers more information.
|Paul Gessing Talks About Legislative Session|
The head of the Albuquerque based Rio Grande Foundation talks about the highlights and lowlights of the opening week of the 2017 NM Legislature.
|Maintenance Scheduled For Elevators At Carlsbad Caverns National Park|
Scheduled elevator safety maintenance at Carlsbad Caverns National Park will require the secondary elevator system be taken out of service to replace steel hoist cables. For 10 days, there will be no elevator service at Carlsbad Caverns National Park. While elevator service is temporarily suspended, visitors may still access the Cavern by hiking in and out of the Natural Entrance on a self-guid... Read More >>
|Fatal Reported In Artesia |
The New Mexico State Police reported a fatal in Artesia early Friday morning. The call came in around 1:30 and the preliminary investigation revealed that a vehicle driven by, Jonathan Lopez from Artesia was eastbound on Hermosa Street. He lost control of the vehicle, it then exited the roadway, over-turned and collided with a utility pole. He was not wearing a seatbelt, was ejected, and sustai... Read More >>
|Mack Chase Honored |
He has been a guiding force in the petroleum business in the Permian Basin for a number of years and he was honored by the Permian Basin Petroleum Association. We’re talking about Mack Chase of Artesia. He picked up the 2016 Top Hand Award during a banquet in Midland. He started working in the oilfields of this area as a teenager and was a mechanic in the army from 1951 to 1953 and in 195... Read More >>