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SLO FY17 Revenue Earnings And Distributions Soar – Public Schools Collect $613 Million

State Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn today announced that the State Land Office’s 2017 fiscal year earnings were $545 million – nearly $50 million more than last fiscal year. Consequently, the increase in earnings means a boost in revenues distributed to public schools, universities, hospitals, and other institutions supported by the agency. The agency’s revenue sources include... Read More >>

Artesia General Continues To Hire..Looking For New Boss

The search for a new CEO for Artesia General Hospital continues so says the Vice Chair of the Artesia Special Hospital District Board of Directors’ Mike Deans. Deans also says AGH has hired a couple of new doctors, including one who deals with internal medicine. That doctor will start next month.

Paul Gessing Podcast Returns

This week the head of the Albuquerque based Rio Grande Foundation talks about New Mexico’s economy, Albuquerque and New Mexico vs. Denver and Colorado and the RGF suing the City of Santa Fe.

Boil Water Advisory Lifted For Artesia And Morningside

The New Mexico Environment Department’s (NMED) Drinking Water Bureau is lifting the “boil water advisory” for the Artesia Municipal Water System and Morningside Water Users Cooperative located in Eddy County. NMED issued the advisory on July 15, 2017 after bacteriological contamination that exceeded the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) for E. coli was discovered in drinking wat... Read More >>

Racing Ducks, How About Llamas?

© 2017 Michael Swickard, Ph.D. “A peasant has to stand on a hillside for a very long time before a roast duck flies into his mouth.” Chinese proverb quoted by Paul Theroux in Riding the Iron Rooster New Mexico has the challenge of a falling economy. Many New Mexicans are standing around waiting for something good to happen. It might or might not. Other people have looked at tou... Read More >>

Crimestoppers Looking For Info

The Eddy County Sheriff’s Office and Crimestoppers are looking for some information on a criminal damage to property and larceny case that was reported earlier this month on Occidental Petroleum property off Dark Canyon Road. The incident was reported between 11:30 on the night of July 13 and around ten on the morning of July 14. Officials say the victim had advised them that he received ... Read More >>

A Report On A Leading NM Industry

Whether it’s butter for our toast or cheese for our tacos, we all know that dairy products make things taste better. So much so that several days in July honor various dairy products. Dalene Hodnett (pictured)has the details.

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