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Two Hobbs men killed in wreck on SR 31
There, they found a 1999 Dodge pickup that had been travelling south on SR 31 had, for reasons that remain under investigation, left the roadway, overcorrected, and rolled.
Hobbs seniors medal at state Senior Olympics - Hobbs News Sun
McBroom, 90, and Bryant, 76, bowled their way to silver medals at the most recent Senior Olympics Games held in Albuquerque last month. There’s no telling what they might have won if McBroom hadn’t been suffering from an abdominal aneurism that landed her in the hospital a few days after the pair re
Ex-Democratic governor backs GOP’s Pearce - Hobbs News Sun
Democrats say the endorsement of Republican gubernatorial hopeful Steve Pearce by a former Democratic governor is connected to the former governor’s son losing the Democratic nomination for governor.However, in a news release issued Sunday by the Pearce campaign, Pearce said former New Mexico Gov. J
New Mexico local districts to see election cost jump
HOBBS, N.M. (AP) — Lea County school districts, hospital districts and the New Mexico Junior College all will likely see jumps in election costs next year because of the state's new local election law.Hobbs Municipal Schools' next election will cost more than twice as much as previously budgeted, th
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
Hicks Named New Seminole JHS Principal
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No oil bust in sight for booming Permian Basin - Hobbs News Sun
At least for the foreseeable future, the series of oilfield boom/bust cycles is over, according to an industry expert speaking in Hobbs to the New Mexico Association of Counties board of directors last week.
DPS attempting to bolster high-volume drivers license offices
“It’s slow for some reason. I don’t know,” said Roten, who arrived at the driver license mega center at 9 a.m. on Thursday morning. “It’s the first time I’ve been to this location and it’s just slow. I don’t understand why. I don’t know if they need more workers, but with a facility like this they s
Female inmate break out from Clovis detention center - Hobbs News Sun
Waller says she has a tattoo that reads “Fearless” on her left wrist, a heart on her left arm and a skull on her right arm.___Information from: The Eastern New Mexico News, http://www.easternnewmexiconews.com
Prosecutor: Man at compound trained kids for school shooting - Hobbs News Sun
Taos County Planning Department officials Rachel Romero, left, and Eric Montoya survey property conditions at a disheveled living compound at Amalia, N.M., on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018. A New Mexico sheriff said searchers have found the remains of a boy at the makeshift compound that was raided in searc
Carlsbad sinkhole will take two years to fix - Hobbs News Sun
Work to fill in a massive sinkhole on the southern edge of Carlsbad is set to begin next year and will take at least two years to complete, local roadway officials learned this week.Traffic at the junction of U.S. 285 and Highway 62/180 where the sinkhole exists will have to be detoured to allow the
City misinformed in stand against nuclear storage
I know the mayor’s job is a very busy one, and he can’t be an expert on everything, but it was shocking when he said this project provides nothing for Las Cruces and he is opposing it. He probably doesn’t know that Eddy and Lea counties provide one-third of the state’s general fund, and any addition
Columnist: Remember chronic pain patients when ramping up anti-opioid campaigns - Hobbs News Sun
We can all agree that we have an opioid problem in the state and the nation, but can we be sensible about solutions?Recently Dr. Richard Larson, executive vice chancellor of the UNM Health Sciences Center, recommended government-regulated restrictions on prescribing. In an opinion piece for The Wall
Poacher hotline tip results in guilty pleas from two men hunting illegally
The investigation stemmed from a tip received on December 28, 2017, from theOperation Game Thiefhotline when someone reported that a deer had been killed illegally on Christmas Day.
Game and Fish reminds public poaching mule deer is a crime
Earlier this month, both men received probation and were ordered to pay $2,400 in fines, $330 in court fees and forfeit their rifle.
That Lovington feeling embraces Brian Urlacher
And Saturday, even 1,500 miles from central Ohio, the people who populate this southeastern New Mexico city almost felt as though they were walking together into the Pro Football Hall of Fame hand in hand with Brian Urlacher.
Texas Lawmaker Seliger to Visit Seminole Monday AM
Senator Seliger is Chair of the Senate Higher Education Committee and also serves on the Senate Finance, Education, and Natural Resources and Economic Development Committees.
Path of the Secular Humanist: Hucksters, hoaxes, hogwash and hullabaloo in Hobbs
"If it is supernatural then is it not God? Or is it an evil spirit? We do believe in fallen angels because we believe from the scriptures that they're frustrated — and sometimes they use things, they can be rather cunning. So that would be other piece: what are the fruits? If it's from God, it's goi
Hobbs police arrest serial burglar after two year investigation
"We obtained enough probable cause where we obtained a search warrant which allowed us to put a GPS monitoring device on his vehicle,” said Shane Blevins, Hobbs Police Department.