|Paul Gessing Offers Thoughts On Unemployment Numbers And Future Of Spaceport|
The head of the Rio Grande Foundation breaks down the numbers that were released on Friday and he also offers some insight on the Spaceport and the troubles it is having getting off the ground. More info can be found in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Bronco Volleyball Knocked Out Of NJCAA|
The NMMI Bronco Volleyball team was eliminated from the NJCAA Volleyball Tournament in Wyoming on Friday. They were eliminated by Salt Lake CC. Geoff Gunn(pictured) recaps the tournament and season now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Unemployment Figures Released |
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in New Mexico was 6.5 percent in October 2014, down from 6.6 percent in September and down from 6.8 percent a year ago. The national unemployment rate was 5.8 percent, down from September’s rate of 5.9 percent and downfrom 7.2 percent in October 2013. The rate of over-the-year job growth for nonfarm payroll employment, comparing October 2014 with ... More >>
|Roswell Police Says Alert Citizen Acted Quickly|
The Roswell Police Department reports that an alert citizen noticed a man breaking into vehicles in a motel parking lot Wednesday evening and notified officers. Roswell Police and Chaves County Deputies caught up with the suspect a few blocks away. An RPD Spokesman says Vicente Salcido Jr. (pictured) was arrested and charged with a series of crimes.
|NM State Sports Weekly Returns |
Football, golf, basketball, volleyball and swimming and diving it is a busy time for Aggie Sports. Get the latest by going to the You Tube player on the left hand side at the page.
|What Is Happening At ENMU-Roswell?|
Development Director Donna Oracion says registration is taking place for the Spring Semester and the Fall Semester is winding down as graduation is set for Dec. 11. To find out more go to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Idaho Shipments Arrive Safely At Waste Control Specialists|
Early this week, three shipments of contact-handled transuranic waste were transported from the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) to Waste Control Specialists (WCS) located near Andrews, TX. The waste, which originated at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, was sent to INL for additional treatment more than a year ago. The waste meets the both the WIPP and WCS waste acceptance criteria and does n... More >>