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Alamogordo police investigating homicide; suspect in custody
“Upon arrival, we located a male subject suffering from a gunshot wound,” Kunihiru said. “The male subject was transported to Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center where he passed away from his injures.”
Alamogordo man involved in high-speed chase faces charges
James Hill is charged with one count of fourth-degree felony receiving or transferring a stolen vehicle, one count of misdemeanor resisting, evading or obstructing an officer and one count of misdemeanor driving while license is suspended.
Otero DA dismisses 35 felony cases
Twelfth Judicial District Attorney John P. Sugg told the Journal that the deputy, who reportedly no longer works for the agency, refused to take a polygraph test, invoked his right to a lawyer and then wouldn't speak with the FBI. The FBI has been investigating the allegations for at least a year, b
Officials plan to demolish nuisance apartments in Alamogordo
ALAMOGORDO, N.M. (KRQE) - The demolition of a notorious nuisance building in Alamogordo is finally set to start next week.Neighbors have been complaining about the Sahara Apartments for years.The site was condemned in 2010 because of flood damage and then damaged by fires in 2014 and 2015.City offic
State Police investigating shooting by Otero County deputies
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Bat disease prevention steps taken at Fort Stanton Cave and others in New Mexico
With more than 2,100 natural caves and thousands more abandoned mines in New Mexico, bats are at potential risk of infection if people spread or track microscopic spores of the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans (Pd) into or out of caves and mines, federal officials said. Initial tests by an Arizon
McDonald's and New Mexico franchisees pouring millions into renovations
In total, McDonald’s and franchisees across the country are investing $6 billion to modernize McDonald’s restaurants by 2020, including the fast-food restaurant in Ruidoso
NMSU Alamogordo director wins State Star award for strong commitment to small businesses
According to the release, Livingston was selected for exhibiting exemplary performance, making significant contributions to her SBDC program, and showing strong commitments to small businesses in Otero and Lincoln counties.
Water outage planned for Tuesday, Aug. 14
The city of Alamogordo has scheduled a water outage for Tuesday, Aug. 14, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. due to construction activities.
Otero County high-speed police chase ends in officer involved shooting
“We were monitoring all the intersections in the area,” House said. “We got a tip where the vehicle was located. Upon our arrival, he took off again through various streets of La Luz back down Alamo Street to 545 toward the highway. At approximately the dollar store, we did initiate a spike stripe a
School Board discusses first day of school
The Ruidoso Municipal School Board conducted a regular meeting at the Administration office August 14, at 5:30 p.m., 200 Horton Circle. The meeting was called to order by Superintendent Dr. Bickert. Board members in attendance were, Vice President Marc Beatty, President Luther Light, Secretary Gilli
Master Gardeners to hold statewide conference in Albuquerque
A place to obtain information and insight will be the New Mexico Master Gardeners Conference, Aug. 31-Sept. 2 at the Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid Hotel, 5151 San Francisco Road NE.
NMSU students to host food, beverage events this fall
LAS CRUCES - For a chance to sip on Harry Potter-themed drinks, or learn about the many varieties of rosé wine, or dine on gourmet five-course meals with international flair, look no further than New Mexico State University this fall.
NMSU presents awards to faculty and staff
Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring:Elba Serrano, Department of Biology. This award recognizes the critical roles mentors play outside the traditional classroom in the academic and professional development of the future STEM workforce. The National Sci
Looking Back: Shopping center housing Kmart planned in 1978
Looking back 40, 30 and 20 years ago, the following are excerpts from the Artesia Daily Press from Aug. 13-19.
Mayor Lynn Crawford to speak to Woman's Club on village issues and plans
Ruidoso Mayor Lynn Crawford will be the guest speaker Monday, Aug. 20, at the monthly meeting of the Ruidoso Federated Woman's Club.
Arrowhead Center leverages Hunt gift to build Borderplex entrepreneurship ecosystem
In just its second year of operation, the Hunt Center for Entrepreneurship, housed at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, has made significant strides in strengthening the region’s entrepreneurial pipeline by focusing on the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs, developing exc
KRWG show 'Red or Green Confidential' to discuss all things chile
Guests for KRWG’s "Red or Green Confidential" will be Paul Bosland, director of the Chile Pepper Institute at New Mexico State University and Juan Morales, president of the Santa Fe Grill.
Deborah Burian Named Organ Mountains - Desert Peaks National Monument Artist in Residence for September 2018
The Artist in Residence program educates and promotes the appreciation, protection and preservation of natural and cultural resources on public lands(Photo: FILE)Story HighlightsAs part of the residency requirements, artists conduct a community workshop during their stay to engage local residents on
Jamie Estes & AKA will perform to fight Hunger
Sacred Grounds Coffee and Tea House, 2704 Sudderth Drive, will be hosting a fund-raising event on Sunday, August 19 at 12 p.m. to benefit the Lincoln County Food Bank.