|Newsmakers Returns |
This episode features an interview regarding help for refugees with Deacon David McNeill, Jr. of the Diocese of Las Cruces. 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. Fred Martino(pictured) is the host.
|Artesia Residents Hear More About Conservation And Water Rate Increases|
Scott Verhines (pictured) of Occam Engineering explained more about the City of Artesia’s Water Conservation Ordinance and proposed water rate increases. It was part of the Artesia Chamber of Commerce’s Lunch and Learn and it was held Friday at the Artesia Public Library.
|NMSP On Recruiting Trail |
They had a presence in Roswell, Artesia and Carlsbad on Friday. We’re talking about the New Mexico State Police and they are recruiting people for their next academy. The Coffee With A Cop program allows potential recruits to meet with recruiters and officers in an informal setting. Jesse Williams Commander of the Training and Recruiting Bureau says more information can be found at the st... Read More >>
|What Kind Of Economic Impact Do Immigrants Have On States?|
With President Donald Trump’s immigration-policy reform actions likely to affect state economies, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis. Spokeswoman Jill Gonzalez offers more information.
|Roswell Looking For New School Boss |
The Roswell School District is looking for a new superintendent. During a special meeting of the Roswell School Board Thursday night it was announced that Tom Burris(pictured) will be stepping down.Susan Sanchez will be the acting school boss during the interim.
|Pair Of Closures Scheduled Along North Main Street|
Work on the North Main Street Project will require closures next week on the east side of Main at Pine Lodge Road and at the central entrance (where the traffic lights are) to the Roswell Mall. The closures will begin Monday morning (Feb. 20) and continue through the work day Friday (Feb. 24). The areas are expected to be reopened by Friday evening. The closures to those two intersections will ... Read More >>
|CCSO Says Suspects Have Been Booked In Cold Case |
The Chaves County Sheriff’s Office says they have made three arrests in the murder of Jerry Parks. It was reported on Dec. 2, 2013 at his home west of Roswell. Sheriff Britt Snyder says Parks may have been the victim of a robbery at his home, during which he was shot and killed. Snyder adds that three defendants were all juveniles at the time and they have been charged with a series of cr... Read More >>