|NMMI Broncos Are Home For The Holidays |
Sports Information Director Geoff Gunn says the Northern NM JV and Fort Carson Army Base will visit the NMMI Campus Friday and Saturday.
|Information Sought To Find Endangered Missing Man|
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a mentally disabled man who disappeared from a Roswell home the night of Nov. 15 while a caretaker was out of the house for a brief period. Based on past actions of Jacob Montoya, who is considered to be endangered, police believe he may have made his way to Albuquerque. Montoya, 38, was last seen at the Roswell house in the 700 block of ... Read More >>
|Woods Houghton Podcast Returns|
This week the Eddy County Extension Agent talks about problems with pecans. He also talks about the New Mexico First Agricultural Town Hall meeting coming to Roswell next week. He also talks about a concrete and pesticide workshop.
|Phil Burch Talks About Artesia Business|
Wednesday the Mayor appeared on KSVP and he talked about Bulldog football and the Tuesday night City Council meeting. City leaders talked about the bond election process to fund a swimming pool. He says right now is not a good time to talk about a pool.
|State To Hold Meetings On Roswell Vet |
The New Mexico Board of Veterinary Medicine will be holding some public hearings in Roswell early next year. A report in the Roswell Daily Record says the hearings are being held regarding complaints against a Roswell vet who has also been the longtime vet at the Roswell Animal Shelter. The report says the hearings are in response to some complaints that have been filed against Dr. Leandro Guti... Read More >>
|NMSU Sweeps |
New Mexico State had another career performance by sophomore Pascal Siakam, but needed overtime to overcome a strong performance by the Robert Morris Colonials 81-71 on Tuesday night at the Pan American Center. Siakam, a 6-9 forward from, Cameroon, racked up 35 points – 31 in regulation – in establishing a new career-high for the third time this season. The two-time WAC Player of th... Read More >>
|Work Continues At WIPP |
The WIPP site has made significant safety improvements. Recently, eight underground safe havens (or refuge chambers) were delivered to the site and will be downloaded into the WIPP underground prior to the restart of waste disposal operations. The safe havens are about 28 feet long, 8 feet wide and 7.25 feet high and weigh approximately 19,000 pounds. Each unit is equipped to house 20 people fo... Read More >>