258 Views Carlsbad’s Riverblitz is coming up. The annual cleanup event is scheduled for March 4th. Mayor Dale Janway says the focus of this cleanup is along the Pecos River.
250 Views Los Alamos National Laboratory researchers are studying a 2020 incident in which thousands of migratory birds dropped dead over New Mexico, possibly due to climate change.
367 Views Federal regulations call for the WIPP plant to be closed by the end of 2024, but now are recognizing that it may be open forever. It’s the nation’s only deep geological repository for nuclear waste, and it’s locsted near Carlsbad.
340 Views The Eddy County Health Council is looking for new members. The council’s goal is to identify and address healt needs in the county, according to Sarah Bowman, the interim coordinator of the council. New Mexico Community Health Councils played key roles in the State’s public health system, mobilizing communities, identifying local health needs, […]
237 Views The Carlsbad Fire Department is receiving a 30-thousand dollar grant award to pay for new emergency communicatioons equipment. The city council accepted the grant last week from the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration. Chief Richard Lopez says the department has needed new communications equipment for years, as the current equipment is […]
234 Views The Roswell UFO Festival has been around for a quarter of a century, and as it prepares to welcome UFO enthusiasts and many other visitors back to town after a pandemic-forced year off, the slate of festival activities features a variety of events, including a parade, arts and crafts fair, races for […]
439 Views Current Roswell food-truck operators, as well as anyone who might possibly operate a food truck in the future, are urged to attend an informational meeting that will be hosted by the City of Roswell Thursday, April 8.