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NMSP close US 82 between Cloudcroft, Artesia
ARTESIA, N.M. (KRQE) - New Mexico State Police have closed the road in both directions of US 82 between Cloudcroft and Artesia at milepost 70 Tuesday.Police say they are closing the road for a crash investigation.They say the road will be closed for several hours.
Cooling down: Carlsbad Water Park grand opening attracts area children
Buy PhotoChildren from Carlsbad and the surrounding areas cool down in the pools and slides of the Carlsbad Water Park, during the grand opening, May 26, 2018 on Park Drive.(Photo: Adrian Hedden | Current-Argus)
New Mexico woman accused of robbing Dexter bank
ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) - A Roswell woman is charged with robbing a bank in Dexter.Police say Annette Christina Chavezis the woman caught on surveillancein full camo robbing the Bank of Commerce earlier this month.She was arrested Wednesday.
Lightning ignites fire in Lincoln Forrest near Queen
The fire was the result of lightning, and as of Friday morning, had consumed 9 acres of forest land fueled by desert scrub and pinyon junipers.
Groundbreaking coming up for Aquatic Center
After nearly five years without a community pool, Artesians will begin to see construction on a new, one-of-a-kind aquatic center this Friday.
Artesia BPA places seven in Top 20 at nationals
BPA members attending nationals included, standing from left, Camille Douglas, Bailey Hardiman, Charisma Calderon, Briggith Chavez, Jaegen Bruton, Kaylee Rojo, Christian Flores, Beau Matthews, kneeling from left, Kimberlee Bennett, Brooke Soleman, Stran Hammond and Caleb Conley. (Courtesy Photo)
Local clubs brings back carnival for 26th year
In 1992, the Carlsbad Heights Lions Club took over an annual carnival that was once held by the Jaycees, and the carnival continues to be an annual tradition in Carlsbad.
Kids sign up for summer fun
Above,, a youngster claims a tote bag after spinning the prize wheel Friday at the Artesia Public Library’s Summer Reading Program booth at the Summer Activities Fair. The fair was held at the Artesia Public Schools Administration Building and gave children and parents the chance to learn more about
Roswell railroad crossing sparks frustration, concerns for residents
ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) - People in Roswell are frustrated with one railroad crossing in town, saying it's become dangerous and destructive. They're now calling on the railway to fix it.
Officials struggle to fund 285 project near Carlsbad, could seek federal dollars
State, local and industry leaders struggled to devise funding for road improvements in southeastern New Mexico, as the New Mexico Department of Transportation plans for years of work on an imperiled highway south of Loving.
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Emergency status lifted at NM nuclear waste repository
Officials told the Carlsbad Current-Argus, no radiation was released, but the Eddy County facility stopped operations around 7:30 p.m. while emergency personnel investigated, and ensured no other drums were out of place.
New Mexico School for the Arts in Roswell
The New Mexico School for the Arts is holding a Roswell dance residency with Miss Minnie’s School of Ballet, 307 E. 19th St., under guidance of NMSA clinician Ariel Gottschall Johnson. The residency will be part of the 10th annual Dance Intensity Summer Workshop, June 4 to 7.
Misaligned drum prompts brief evacuation at nuke repository
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Sertoma donates to fireworks show
At the recent board meeting, Roswell Sertoma Club President Michael Trujillo, right, presented a check for $21,000 to the city of Roswell. The money will fund the fireworks at the “The Roswell Sertoma 20th Annual Mike Satterfield Memorial Fireworks Extravaganza” at the Fourth of July events at the C
2nd Chick-fil-A location set to open today
ODESSA -Chick-fil-A fans, the wait for a second restaurant in Odessa is finally over.The grand opening of the popular chicken sandwich shop is set for today, Wednesday May 23rd.The new location is on the corner of University and Andrews Hwy, near Odessa College.Like all Chick-fil-A grand openings, t
Why Almost Everything You've Learned About Ctech Geology Software Is Wrong and What You Should Know - The Roswell Record
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Repairs to Carlsbad Caverns elevator delayed
CARLSBAD, N.M. (KRQE) - It's going to take a little longer than expected to complete the new elevators at Carlsbad Caverns National Park.The primary elevator system went out of service in 2015 when a six-inch motor shaft sheared off.Work to repair and modernize the elevators began in December.It was
Police search for man accused of stabbing Artesia homeowners
Gonzalo RodriguezARTESIA, N.M. (KRQE) - Artesia Police are looking for a man who stabbed two homeowners during a break-in.Police connected Gonzalo Rodriguez to the December crime after pulling his DNA off his bloody tennis shoe left at the scene.According to a criminal complaint, a couple and their
Tug-of-war ‘invades’ field day at Monterrey Elementary
Monterey Elementary School students exert themselves in a tug-of-war contest Wednesday morning, one of several activities occurring during the school’s annual field day held before the end of the academic year, which will end on Friday this year. About 525 kids, with the guidance of teachers and par