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Eagles host Hawks tonight with district championship at stake - Hobbs News Sun

While tonight’s game might not be the biggest game the Hobbs football team will play this season, the outcome will decide if the Eagles have a chance to win the district championship, something that Hobbs has not done since 1992.

HOBBS NEWS-SUN - 2018-10-19 21:39:07

Men killed in Lea County car crash were Waste Isolation Pilot Plant workers

Andrew Beatty, 29, of Carlsbad, and Alan Knight, 31, who recently moved to the area from Idaho, were ejected from a 2008 Chevrolet Impala as they traveled east on 62/180 at a "high rate of speed," per a report from the New Mexico State Police.

CARLSBAD CURRENT-ARGUS - 2018-10-19 00:54:00

Woman accused of embezzling from employer - Hobbs News Sun

Shannon M. Cates, 43, of Hobbs, allegedly stole $4 to $700 from 21 different bank deposits she made for her employer over a period of four months.

HOBBS NEWS-SUN - 2018-10-18 15:01:23

Monument man charged with oilfield thefts - Hobbs News Sun

Tracey Westby, 30, was arrested Sunday and charged with larceny over $20,000, a second-degree felony, and receiving stolen property over $20,000, a second-degree felony, according to a Lea County Sheriff Department report.

HOBBS NEWS-SUN - 2018-10-18 16:35:10

Zombie attack on Graves farm begins today

The annual High Rolls Apple Festival takes place on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The organizers are now accepting vendor applications, For more information, visit highrollsfestivals.com.

RDRNEWS.COM - 2018-10-18 20:54:05

Crash closes SH 176 in Andrews County

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YOURBASIN.COM - 2018-10-18 14:11:01

Big Donor Allowed To Endanger Water Supply With Nuclear Waste

TheNuclear Waste Policy Actof 1982, signed by former President Ronald Reagan, was written to prevent potential disasters and mandates that the Department of Energy must send high-level waste to a network of underground tunnels and rooms where it can safely decay over millions of years.

NATIONALMEMO.COM - 2018-10-19 07:05:44

TRAFFIC ALERT: Traffic backed up at HWY 349, 176 in Martin Co.

MARTIN COUNTY, TX (KWES) - Drivers traveling in the area of Highway 176 and Highway 349 in Martin County might need to find a different route Thursday morning.According to viewers traffic is backed up on 176 coming out of Andrews. Drivers might need to find an alternate route while traffic is at a s

NEWSWEST9.COM - 2018-10-18 12:57:00

TxDOT: Crash shuts down SH 176

ANDREWS COUNTY --The Texas Department of Transportation confirmed SH 176 in Andrews County is closed due to a crash.There are two alternate routes: Westbound traffic is detoured at SH 349. Eastbound traffic is detoured at FM 1788.Crews are still on scene.Stay with CBS 7 as more information on this c

CBS7.COM - 2018-10-18 08:58:00

Young's celebrates 60 years - Hobbs News Sun

Left: Young’s Homes employees have stretched across generations. Shown, left to right, are Jesse Johncox, who started at Young’s in 1973, Cliff Dennis, 1960, Daniel Johncox, 1988, top row, Levi Whitley, 2002, and Jack Johncox, 2018.


Abandoned building catches fire in Midland

MIDLAND --Firefighters were called out to fire along Michigan Avenue on Wednesday.According to the City of Midland, an abandoned structure in the 3000 block of Michigan Avenue between Midkiff and Andrews Highway caught on fire around 3 p.m.No one was inside of the building at the time and no injurie


OPD arrest suspect in connection to burglary, 7-Eleven theft

ODESSA, TX (KWES) - Odessa police have arrested a woman in connection with a burglary and theft investigation.Monique Olivas, 29, was arrested just after 2 p.m. on October 14 for burglary of a habitation and theft of property.Officers responded to the 1300 block of Hemphill in reference to a burglar


Foreign teachers are paying to work in New Mexico public schools. Here's why.

HOBBS — The alarm rings at 3 a.m., and Ronell Mangilit is the first one up in a house shared with four fellow teachers. He prepares breakfast, writes up the day’s math lesson, and puts on a button-down shirt, a tie and crisply pressed slacks. Then it’s off to teach the children of New Mexican oil ri


Candidates for New Mexico governor clash during debate - Hobbs News Sun

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Democratic gubernatorial contender Michelle Lujan Grisham sought to tie her Republican rival to Trump’s policies, while Congressman Steve Pearce warned against a return to Democratic “corruption and cronyism” of the past.


Gavin Trevino Athlete of the week - Hobbs News Sun

Trevino, a senior, finished the game with 171 total yards from scrimmage. He carried the ball 16 times for 138 yards while also catching two passes for 33 yards.


Heavy rain across the plains, rain and snow over the Great Lakes

Meanwhile, it’s cold enough for snow across the Central and Southern Rockies. Speaking of snow, cold air spreading east will bring rain and snow over the Great lakes and even the northeast tonight and into tomorrow morning.


Cavegirls blow 2-0 set lead, fall to Hobbs

Hobbs (12-4, 3-0) came out flat-footed in the first and second set. The Lady Eagles were caught off guard by a Carlsbad (5-12, 0-3) team that won both sets and looked set to leave Hobbs with a huge win.


Wolfforth police asking for help in burglary

WOLFFORTH, TX (KCBD) - Police in Wolfforth are asking the public’s help in identifying someone involved in a car burglary last month outside a hotel along the Brownfield Highway.Still images from surveillance video taken at the Holiday Inn Express show a white Ford F-250 driving through the parking


Zia rate adjustment means lower natural gas average bills

Natural gas is a commodity and its price is determined by the market, based on several factors. Every year Zia Natural Gas Company negotiates new contracts to obtain the best possible prices for their customers, according to a news release from the utility. This is done annually to eliminate the flu


Wood County grand jury indicts New Mexico man on sex trafficking charges

Terry Gene Roark, of Artesia, NM, is charged with trafficking of persons. He was booked in jail on Saturday and is being held on a $300,000 bond.