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Bird Count Coming To Guadalupe Mountains

The National Audubon Society’s Christmas Bird Count is coming to our area on Jan. 28. It will start at 8:30 that morning and go until 1:30 that afternoon at Guadalupe Mountains National Park. This is the second bird count and it is for kids ages 8 to 16 and they will be taught the basic bird watching techniques. This has been called the longest-running wildlife census to assess the health... Read More >>

Happy Birthday To You

Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park invites everyone in Eddy County to stop by on Saturday afternoon to wish Maggie a happy birthday. She is the famous black bear and this will be her 12th birthday at the park near Carlsbad. There will be face painting and children’s crafts in the Visitor Center and Maggie will be unwrapping her edible gifts during the keeper’s talk which will ... Read More >>

Governor Susana Martinez Announces Record-Breaking NM High School Graduation Rates

Governor Susana Martinez announced that more students are graduating high school than ever before. The class of 2016 set an all-time high graduation rate at 71 percent – an eight percentage point increase since 2011. Graduation rates also increased for New Mexico’s Hispanic, African-American, low-income and disabled students. “With more students graduating high school than eve... Read More >>

NM KIDS COUNT Data Book Shows Positives And Negatives In Child Well-Being

The annual New Mexico KIDS COUNT data book—a project of New Mexico Voices for Children—has some bright spots for child well-being as well as some trouble spots. Measures of children’s health saw the most gains, with declines in the rates of babies born at a low birthweight, children without health insurance, and teens abusing alcohol and drugs. The teen birth rate has also dec... Read More >>

Saving The Poo Poo Head Generation

© 2017 Michael Swickard, Ph.D. “Drive carefully! Remember, it’s not only a car that can be recalled by its maker.” Anonymous We need self-driving cars and we need them now. A generation of our kids are set to die and they may take a bunch of us geezers and geezerettes with them. I am not kidding. We need self-driving cars. Why? A whole generation of our kids are driving a... Read More >>

Artesia Honors Dr. King

The Bethel Baptist Church Choir performs during the 16th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Observance. It took place Monday at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center. 

Whitlock Appointed As Interim Municipal Judge

Carlsbad City Council, in a special meeting, approved Mayor Dale Janway’s appointment of Janell Whitlock to serve as Interim Municipal Judge. Whitlock will temporarily fill in for Municipal Judge Janet Ellis, who has taken a leave of absence for personal reasons. “We very much hope Judge Ellis will be back soon,” Janway stated. “In the meantime, we sincerely appreciate C... Read More >>

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