|Artesia Police Make People Aware Of Active Shooters |
The Artesia Police Department, along with our parent company Pecos Valley Broadcasting and the Ocotillo Theater have produced a public service announcement to make parents aware of what should be done if an active shooter is reported in the Artesia School District. To view it, go to the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|Dexter School Board Meets |
The Dexter School Board met Monday night and Supt. Leesa Dodd says they approved the calendar for next school year and they approved some new seating for Lewis Gym. More details can be found now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Roswell Police Release Another Most Wanted |
Michael Madruga(pictured) is this week's Roswell's Most Wanted. Sabrina Morales also says some graffiti was reported at Goddard High School and a $500 larceny was reported at Bealls. More information can be found in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Carlsbad Small Business Development Center To Host Open House|
Director Lisa Chaves says they have been remodeling their office at 221 S. Canyon. She says an open house will take place on Thursday. She says they will be offering some classes for small business owners. More details can be found now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|AHS Auditorium Gets New Name|
The Artesia School Board met Monday night and they gave the okay to change the name of the Artesia High School Auditorium to the Estelle Yates Auditorium. Supt. Dr. Crit Caton says the board also gave the okay to obtain bids to tear down the Natatorium. More details can be found now in the podcast section on the left side of the page.
|Phase 3 Activities Begin At WIPP |
Two teams re-entered the WIPP underground facility on Saturday, moving closer to suspected location of the February 14 contamination release. It was the third re-entry in two weeks.The teams traveled farther into the mine than previous entries, evaluating ground conditions and checking for contamination. No contamination was detected and ground conditions were better than expected. During Phase... More >>
|NM In Focus Looks At Transparency And Tax Incentives|
Good Jobs First gave New Mexico low rankings on the data available to the public from the State's Incentive Program. To find out more go to the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.