|NM State Sports Weekly Goes To Court|
From the basketball court to the tennis court, a look at what is happening with the athletic programs at NMSU can be found in the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|Wondering About These License Plates?|
If you have ever driven around our state and seen the orange and yellow license plate with the windmill, Dalene Hodnett has more details in the podcast section on how you can get one. (Photo courtesy of NM Farm and Ranch Museum)
|Alonzo Baldonado Gives Legislative Update|
The Republican State House Rep from Valencia County says they have gotten many things accomplished since taking the majority in the State House. He says people across New Mexico would like to see action taken on Right To Work, ending Social Promotion and taking away driver’s licenses for illegal aliens. He says people need to put pressure on the State Senate to act on th... More >>
|Accidents Reported Across Region|
The snow on Friday prompted school closings in Artesia and Chaves counties. Artesia Police Spokesman Commander Lindell Smith says some minor accidents were reported in Artesia. He also says a couple of rollovers were reported. One was at US-285 and State Road 2, there were some injuries. The other one was reported on US-62/180 at mile marker 10. He says there were some... More >>
|Gateway Students Get Special Visit |
Roswell Police Department Officer Lisa Brackeen and McGruff the Crime Dog visited young students at Gateway Christian School Thursday morning (Feb. 26). The children greeted McGruff and received RPD water bottles, coloring books and “Junior Officer” badges. Officer Brackeen talked to the kids about remembering that police officers are their friends and that they should always rememb... More >>
|Former Hagerman School Board Member Says Residents Were Misled|
Wesley Pilley says voters in the Feb. 3 Hagerman School Board election were humiliated and embarrassed by the zero voter turnout. He offers his thoughts now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page. (Photo Courtesy of CVE)
|New Vet Services Boss Speaks|
Retired Brig. Gen. Jack Fox is a Roswell native and spent some time working at New Mexico Military Institute. These days he is in charge of the New Mexico Veterans Service Department. You can hear a complete interview with him now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.