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Deming-Luna-Mimbres Museum reveals paranormal findings

Paranormal Research Investigators share unexplained phenomena at museum, Custom House DEMING - A museum rich in history and with vast treasures from the past covering three floors had Paranormal Research Investigator Ramiro Galvan licking his chops once he was given approval to investigate the Demin


Deming man named Cattleman of the Year

Joe Bill Nunn, Deming, was named 2018 Cattleman of the Year by the New Mexico Cattle Growers Association at the Joint Stockmen's Convention recently in Albuquerque. "Joe Bill is a rancher, a cattleman, a family man, a good neighbor and a friend," Pat Boone, NMCGA President, Elida, said. "He has shar


Town hall in Deming makes case for bond elections

2 bond elections will seek financing for street repairs, upgrades at aging school sites DEMING - The first of two town hall meetings to discuss the City of Deming's March 6 general obligation bond election drew about a dozen people to the Silva Conference Center on Pine Street Tuesday evening. City


Bardrof Imaging is new photo studio in Deming, N.M.

DEMING - When people have to quickly evacuate their homes, one of the first things they pack is their photographs. Photos are cherished because they capture lifetimes full of people and places featured in every day moments as well as milestone events. Cousin Larry took some cute photos of the kids'


Deming Performing Arts Theater brings singer Carol Markstrom to Morgan Hall

DEMING - Carol Markstrom returns to Deming for a Saturday concert hosted by the Deming Performing Arts Theater. The show will be from 2-4 p.m. at historic Morgan Hall, 109 E. Pine Street in the heart of the Deming downtown business district. The following is from Markstrom's website (www.carolmarkst


Public invited to Career Technical Education showcase at Deming High

DEMING - Deming High School's Career Technical Education Department will be hosting an advisory committee open to the community at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, January 17 at the new high school. The program is open to the community, parents and anyone interested in career tech education. Career Technical Ed


Deming-Luna County Chamber of Commerce selling tickets to annual gala event

DEMING - The Deming-Luna County Chamber of Commerce is currently selling tickets to the annual gala set for Saturday, January 27 at the Mimbres Valley Special Events Center, 2300 E. Pine Street. This year's theme is a Party Gras and will feature casino-style gaming tables, a dinner and live music fo


Absentee voting open for Deming school bond election

District seeks approval of $10 million bond for capital improvements. DEMING - Absentee voting is now open at the Luna County Clerk's office for the $10 million school bond election that will take place Feb. 6. The Deming Public Schools is seeking voters' approval for the issue of general obligation


Johnstown under pressure with job searches

Three of the most important positions in Johnstown City Hall still remain vacant after resignations that took place late last year. Toward the end of September, City Manager Arch Liston announced he would leave, effective the end of 2017. Soon thereafter, Finance Director Stephen Keith and Community

TRIBDEM.COM - 2018-01-21 04:10:00

Police say Johnstown man broke into bar, stole ex-girlfriend's car

JOHNSTOWN - A man wanted for burglarizing a bar and then stealing a car is in jail on $50,000 bail. Frederick Wachs is charged with burglary, criminal trespassing, theft and receiving stolen property after being accused of stealing from Rockies Tavern on Maple Street in Johnstown. According to a cri


Local Tea Party changes name

The Johnstown Tea Party announced Friday that it has changed its name to the Cambria-Somerset Tea Party. "The name was changed to reflect our membership, as many members live in all parts of Cambria and Somerset counties as well as Johnstown," member Judy Kelly wrote in an email. The organization's

TRIBDEM.COM - 2018-01-22 01:50:00

Johnstown doctor accused of inappropriately touching 12-year-old girl

Updated less than a minute ago A longtime Johnstown pediatrician was charged Thursday after he allegedly touched a 12-year-old patient inappropriately during a scheduled visit Dec. 21. Johnnie "Jack" Barto, 70, of the 200 block of Delta Drive, has been charged with two counts of indecent assault


Police: Johnstown man facing rape, sexual assault charges

A Johnstown man is facing rape and sexual assault charges after an incident Wednesday involving a woman. (WJAC) JOHNSTOWN - A Johnstown man is facing rape and sexual assault charges after an incident Wednesday involving a woman. Nigel Beaton, 42, of the 600 block of Sherman Street, is also charged w


Federal magistrate suggests dismissing lower bail request

A federal magistrate has recommended that a petition filed in U.S. District Court in Johnstown by a Blair County inmate seeking lower bail be dismissed because it has yet to be reviewed by a county judge or the Pennsylvania Superior Court. The petition was filed in early January by David B. Barr Jr.

ALTOONA MIRROR - 2018-01-21 08:00:00

Bishop McCort wins cheerleading crown

Cheerleaders from Bishop McCort Catholic High School stepped off the bus Saturday night as state champions. They returned from the Giant Center in Hershey after wining the large division cheerleading competition. The bus rolled in escorted by a Johnstown police cruiser and a Johnstown fire truck wit

TRIBDEM.COM - 2018-01-21 03:55:00

Deja vu for winners of weekly photo contest

Kellie Pribish, of Windber, won the adult division of The Tribune-Democrat's "Picture This" promotion for the people and family category for her photo of her mom. The judge chose this photo because it represents old school photography. "A nice silhouette of her mom shot on film before digital photog

TRIBDEM.COM - 2018-01-22 02:20:00

Knoxville police warn of internet hoax purporting missing women

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) - Knoxville police are assuring residents that rumors of several women who have disappeared in the past week or so are untrue. Police say an email chain is circulating claiming 5 to 10 young women in Knoxville have been taken by a suspected "cartel." The email chain claims la

WATE - 2018-01-22 19:49:03

Krutch Park fills with people for Knoxville's Women's March 2.0

Hundreds of people in support of women and feminism showed up for the Women's March in downtown Knoxville Sunday. The Women's March Coalition is hosting the Women's March 2.0 in Knoxville at Krutch Park starting at 1 p.m. on Sunday. The Knoxville Police Department says it's enforcing specific rules

WBIR - 2018-01-21 21:46:00

Scripps Network donates $3M to Lakeshore Park renovations

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Scripps Network plans to donate $3 million to build a scenic overlook at Lakeshore Park, according to a Monday release from the City of Knoxville. "We are very excited Scripps has decided to increase its investment in the park," Dee Haslam, chair of the Lakeshore Park Boa

LOCAL8NOW.COM - 2018-01-22 20:14:00

Developer Speaks on Kern's Project

One of Knoxville's premier real estate developers offered a picture of sweeping change and growth for the city during a Monday night meeting with the South Knoxville Alliance. Oliver Smith, president of Oliver Smith Realty and Auction Company Inc., said the 60,000 square-foot property is nearly 80

HERALDNEWSTN.COM - 2018-01-22 13:59:54