|Roswell Gets New Councilors |
Roswell has some new City Councilors. In Ward One, Natasha Mackey(pictured) defeated Dusty Huckabee, the incumbent by nearly 100 votes. In Ward Two, Caleb Grant defeated two other opponents. Grant picked up more than a thousand votes. In Ward Three, Art Sandoval the incumbent defeated challenger Joe Green. In Ward Four, Jason Robert Perry got a free pass and in Ward Five, Tabitha Denny defeated... More >>
|Roswell City Hall Was Busy Tuesday Night |
Members of the public and media gather in the City Council Conference Room at Roswell's City Hall Tuesday night watching election results for Mayor and City Council.
|Roswell Has New Mayor|
Tuesday was Election Day in the Pecos Valley. Artesia Mayor Phil Burch got a free pass and Carlsbad Mayor Dale Janway was re-elected in a landslide. Roswell has a new Mayor as former State Rep. Dennis Kintigh defeated incumbent Del Jurney(pictured) by nearly two thousand votes. To hear from Jurney go to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|NMSU-Carlsbad Offers Late Opportunity Courses|
Kenda Josselet is with NMSU-C's Government and History Department and she says the eight week courses will start Mar. 11. She says they will cover the same amount of material as offered in a 16 week course. You can find out more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|State Basketball Tournament Pairings Released |
The New Mexico State Basketball tournament starts this weekend with regional play and the Pecos Valley is well represented. In 4A on the boys side, Roswell is the top team and will face no. 16 Valencia. Goddard checks in at no. 6 and will take on no. 11 Grants. Artesia is no. 12 and will take on no. 5 Kirtland-Central. In 4A girls, Los Lunas is the top team and will take on No. 16 Kirtland-Cent... More >>
|Miss The Dedication Of The New Artesia Public Library? |
Opening ceremonies were held Saturday for the brand new state-of-the-art Artesia Public Library. Scores of people attended the ribbon cutting ceremony and then public tours were held all day Saturday. If you missed it, you can listen by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.