|Governor Susana Martinez Announces Appointments To Boards And Commissions|
Governor Susana Martinez announced appointments to the Chief Hearing Officer Selection Committee, the Economic Development Corporation, the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy Board, the Public Defender Commission, the Spaceport Authority, and the Uniform Law Commission.Jeff Kendall of Santa Fe has been appointed to the Chief Hearing Officer Selection Committee. Kendall serves as general counsel... More >>
|NM State Welcomes Savage As Deputy Athletic Director|
NM State Athletics has appointed Chet Savage as the Aggies new Deputy Athletic Director, NM State Director of Athletics Mario Moccia announced on Friday.Savage will primarily direct annual fundraising for the Aggies through the Aggie Athletic Club among other duties closely tied with donor related functions.Savage comes to NM State from Southern Illinois University where he served for the last ... More >>
|NM In Focus Reairs The Bombing In Laos|
From KNME TV in Albuquerque, it has been 40 years since the Vietnam War ended. In the You Tube link at the bottom of the page an interview with the authors of "Eternal Harvest:The Legacy of American Bombs In Laos."
|Happy Birthday La Fonda |
The popular Artesia restaurant celebrated its 50th birthday recently and the owners say it is a regional favorite. Hear more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Happy Birthday J.S. Ward And Son|
Samantha Sanchez and Victoria Lynchesky of J.S. Ward and Son Insurance gather outside the main office in Artesia Thursday for their 90th birthday celebration. Anna Byers talks about how her family started the business. Check it out now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Woods Houghton Podcast Returns|
This week the Eddy County Extension Agent talks about storm damaged trees, Africanized bees, iron deficiency in trees and applying fertilizer to lawns for the second time this year. Hear more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Chicken Population Increases |
An abundance of spring rainfall, along with ongoing efforts associated with the Lesser Prairie Chicken Range-wide Conservation Plan, has helped increase the lesser prairie chicken’s population approximately 25 percent from 2014 to 2015, according to results from a recent range-wide aerial survey.Increases were observed in three of four of the bird’s ecoregions across five states &nd... More >>