|New Mexico's Farmers And Ranchers:The True Earth Day Stewards |
The world celebrates Earth Day on April 22, but New Mexico’s farmers and ranchers practice it every day. Dalene Hodnett has the details in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|NM State Sports Weekly Returns |
This week Aggie Football Coach Doug Martin talks about who is capturing his attention in Spring Practice. Plus, a look at the Equestrian, Tennis and Softball teams. To watch the program, go to the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|Popular PBS Auction Returns|
It was a staple of KENW TV from Portales for a number of years. Then it disappeared for a few years thanks to a move and now its back. The KENW TV Auction has been on-line for a while and this year it will be shown live on PBS from Portales and it will be on-line as well this year. KENW Personality Sheryl Borden(pictured) talks more about the auction in the podcast section on the left hand side... More >>
|Suspected Area Of Radiation Leak May Have Been Found|
A couple of months after radiation leaked from the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, officials say that crews have found contamination underground in the area where waste was being stored. An official with the Department of Energy told a community meeting in Carlsbad Thursday that more trips will need to be made in order to investigate the accident.The Department has finalized its federal and contra... More >>
|AG King:Is Fracking For New Mexico?|
Attorney General Gary King says that the controversial oil extraction method, known as fracking, needs to be studied more and informed discussions by all stakeholders must take place before the method is widely employed in New Mexico. states are making good progress in terms of dealing with fracking, and New Mexico can do it too,” says AG King. “There are new technologies and applic... More >>
|Devon Energy To Expand Operations |
A Spokesman for the Oklahoma City energy company says they plan to grow operations in the Bone Spring Play in the Delaware Basin. Tim Hartley says they will be increasing their rig count and they are going to be hiring more people. You can hear more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Carlsbad School Board Approves Bond Bid|
The Carlsbad School Board has given the okay to accept a bid award from a Chicago firm to finance a massive million dollar project to build some new elementary schools in the Cave City. Carlsbad School Supt. Gary Perkowski(pictured) says construction could be complete in a couple of years. More details now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.