|NMED Seeks Appointees For Recycling And Illegal Dumping Alliance|
The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) is now seeking appointees for the Recycling and Illegal Dumping (RAID) Alliance that supports a cleaner, healthier environment for New Mexicans. The industry waste generator seat, the nonprofit organization seat, and the solid waste authority seat are open. The RAID Alliance, established by the 2005 New Mexico RAID Act, provides recommendations to NM... Read More >>
|Artesia Woman Facing Charges |
An Artesia woman is facing some charges after officers were called to a domestic in progress involving a firearm. According to information from the Artesia Police Department, officers were called to the 700 block of West James before one this morning. Crystal Ortigoza told officers that she and her husband had been arguing over family issues prior to their arrival. According to a criminal compl... Read More >>
|Heinrich Cites Power Of Outdoor Recreation Economy,Co-Chairs Bipartisan Outdoor Recreation Caucus|
The outdoor recreation economy directly contributes $887 billion in consumer spending annually and employs over 7.6 million Americans according to a new report released today by the Outdoor Industry Association. Given the outdoor industry’s significant economic impact, U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich(pictured) (D-N.M.) is co-chairing the bipartisan Senate Outdoor Recreation Caucus, along wit... Read More >>
|Roswell Neighborhood Watch Taking Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs |
Roswell Neighborhood Watch, working with the Roswell Police Department and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will again offer citizens an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. The public can bring unwanted and unneeded prescription drugs to the National Prescription Drug Take Bac... Read More >>
|ASHD Board Meets |
The Artesia Special Hospital District Board of Directors’ held their April meeting Monday. The Vice Chair Mike Deans says the meeting was rather routine.
|Paul Gessing Podcast Returns|
This week the head of the Albuquerque based Rio Grande Foundation free market think tank offers some thoughts on public school spending in the state, how a skilled workforce is relative to sound public policies, oil prices taking a dive, the unemployment rate in the state and Medicaid rolls continuing to grow in the state.
|Chris Cook Podcast Returns|
The NMMI Broncos went 3-1 during a weekend baseball series at Frank Phillips College. This weekend they return to Roswell for the final home series of the season.