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Advanced cardiac procedures now available in Roswell
Just several weeks ago, Mr. John Doe was admitted to Eastern New Mexico Medical Center with prolonged chest pain. Cardiac enzymes were elevated consistent with a small heart attack. Mr. Doe had undergone two coronary artery bypass graft surgeries in the past, the first 18 years ago and the second 10
City of Roswell clarifies rules regarding euthanizing animals
ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) - The City of Roswell is clarifying its rules on euthanizing shelter animals. According to the Roswell Daily Record, local shelters operate on a seven-day rule.
Former New Mexico priest accused of rape released
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - The former New Mexico priest charged with rape and kidnapping has been released. Marvin Archuleta is accused of raping a former student at Holy Cross Catholic School in northern New Mexico in the early 1980s.
New Mexico House approves more spending from state trust
SANTA FE, N.M. – The New Mexico House of Representatives has approved a proposed constitutional amendment that would increase spending from a state education trust fund on early childhood education programs.
Let’s seize the moment for New Mexico’s environment
As a high school student, I know this is a pivotal moment for our state. As a 17-year-old from Santa Fe, my thoughts are usually focused on getting through school, getting into college, spending time with friends. But these days, I’m spending a great deal of time thinking about the longer-term futur
City to double funds for air center project
Renovation of a Roswell International Air Center building for a start-up business is costing twice as much as anticipated, but some city leaders are saying the investment will pay off.
Town Plaza apartments subject of court proceedings
The owner of the now-closed Town Plaza apartments is in court with a Clovis bank regarding possible foreclosure of that property and a Ruidoso office complex. But representatives of the owner have also talked about a possible sale of the apartment property.
New Mexico Families Celebrate Senate Committee Passage Of Medicaid Buy-In
SANTA FE — After testifying on Thursday before the Senate Public Affairs Committee, dozens of New Mexico families who have been working with the New Mexico Together for Healthcare campaign to support SB 405, The Medicaid Buy-in Act, celebrated the committee’s vote in favor of the bill.
Second Amendment Resolution to be considered
Chaves County might soon join a growing list of New Mexico counties expressing displeasure with controversial gun safety bills by designating themselves a Second Amendment Sanctuary City.
Much to learn in a world of ‘adulting’
A word that’s taking hold in the ever-changing English language is “adulting.” Its meaning is clear enough. “Adulting” is simply the process of being self-responsible and capable in the bigger world. The word is often used in the context of one who is lacking basic skills.
New Mexico family retailer to open location in Roswell
Saying his foot is “on the gas pedal,” a New Mexico entrepreneur will open a clothing and accessories store in Roswell in April, his fourth location since starting the business in 2015.
Public benefits from child safety seat-training
Safer New Mexico Now (Safer) held training for four days this week in Roswell for 26 public safety, law enforcement and first responder personnel from southeast New Mexico to teach them about proper fitting and positioning of child safety seats in cars.