|NMMI Extends Holiday Wishes |
Recently the cadets and administration produced a holiday video. To watch it, go to the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|Carlsbad High Is Looking For New Football Coach |
Supt. Gary Perkowski says Ron Arrington will become the Asst. Athletic Director. Perkowski says the search is on for a new football boss. He says the time frame for hiring someone will be early next year. Perkowski offers more on that and the school board meeting from Tuesday night now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Eddy County Commission Says Good Bye|
Tony Hernandez (pictured) and Jack Volpato participated in the last Eddy County Commission meeting of the year and the last one of their eight year term. Neither could run again earlier this year. Wednesday on KSVP, Royce Pearson and Glen Collier paid tribute to both men. Hear more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Aggie Basketball Returns To KSVP Tonight|
The New Mexico State Aggies (4-6) play their final nonconference road game on Wednesday as the visit the Big 12’s Baylor Bears. The Aggies lost at Oral Roberts 86-83 last Saturday, while the Bears (8-1) ripped Texas A&M 77-63 on Dec. 9.The Aggies are 0-6 away from the Pan American Center this season. The Bears are paced by forward Taurean Prince (6-7, Jr.,San Antonio, Texas) who is av... More >>
|Sandpoint Landfill To Close Early Dec 23|
The Eddy County Public Works Department says the Sandpoint Landfill will be closing at 10am on Dec. 23. It will reopen on Christmas Eve at the regularly scheduled time.
|Lady Colts Fall At Hondo |
Sierra Walker had 28 points as the NMMI Lady Colts fell at Hondo Monday night 52-36. NMMI is off until Jan. 13 when they play Loving.
|How To Destroy Glass To Be Discussed In Carlsbad Friday|
Sylvia Schneider(pictured) of the Carlsbad Solid Waste Department says the Carlsbad Recycles Advisory Board will meet Friday at 10am at 1702 West Fox. She says they will discuss a partnership between the City of Carlsbad and Guadalupe Mountains National Park on a glass pulverizer that was purchased by the feds. She says glass will be crushed into sand and used in construction projects. You can ... More >>