|Black Hole Research|
Texas Tech Physicist Tom Maccarone discusses how an idea he had 11 years ago has helped develop a new way of discovering black holes in the far reaches of space. Watch it now in the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|Fireworks Show Set To Celebrate Fourth of July|
Fireworks will fill the sky above Cielo Grande Recreation Area on the Fourth of July as Roswell celebrates America’s Independence Day with the annual Mike Satterfield Fireworks Extravaganza sponsored by the City of Roswell and the Roswell Sertoma Club. The Monday night event at Cielo Grande (1600 block West College Boulevard) takes place thanks to the work of the Sertoma Club – a lo... Read More >>
|Differing Views On Methane Rules|
Camilia Feibelman of the Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club says a proposal to regulate Methane emissions is a good neighbor policy that will save the planet and keep oil and gas operators in business. Marita Noon of Energy Makes America Great says the Sierra Club wants to shutdown the industry. (Photo courtesy of the Wall Street Journal)
|Marita Noon Podcast Returns|
“California’s largest utility and environmental groups announced a deal Tuesday [June 21] to shutter the last nuclear power plant in the state.” This statement from the Associated Press reporting about the announced closure of the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant should startle you. The news about shutting down California’s last operating nuclear power plant is disappoi... Read More >>
|Governor Susana Martinez Unveils Powerful TV Ads To Fight DWI|
Governor Susana Martinez has unveiled hard-hitting TV ads to fight DWI and distracted driving. In addition, the Governor announced an increased law enforcement presence on New Mexico’s roads and highways to target drunk driving over the summer months. “As a career prosecutor, and now as governor, I’ve witnessed the heartbreaking consequences that DWI has on our families,&rdquo... Read More >>
|Roswell Appears Divided On Cahoon Pool|
Roswell Mayor Dennis Kintigh says the Roswell City Council held a work session Monday night to discuss a future recreation center, aquatic options, public restrooms downtown and goals for state lawmakers next year. He says some citizens didn`t like what was discussed regarding a possible replacement for the Cahoon Park Pool.
|Roswell Man Dealing With Another Hurdle |
A Roswell man accused of killing his wife and children earlier this month is facing more legal issues, according to a report in the Roswell Daily Record. Scores of animals that are said to belong to David Villegas-Hernandez have been impounded by the New Mexico Livestock Board. The report says the animals have been been abandoned and have not been cared for. A hearing is scheduled for tomorrow ... Read More >>