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Amid the stark lines drawn between liberal and conservative ideology, emerged a culture of hate, fear, shame, disgrace, and anger that has been used to... [Read More]
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Both offenses came to play, but Artesia simply scored more when it mattered. The teams combined for 658 yards off 154 offensive plays. [Read More]
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The victims are told that warrants for missing jury duty were issued against them and that a quick payment will quash the warrant. [Read More]
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The quest for the Lady Bulldogs to hoist that Blue Trophy at the end of the weekend begins Thursday in pool play at the Santa... [Read More]
Anyssa, a senior at Loving High School, is co-captain of the Lady Falcon varsity volleyball team. [Read More]
The region is strangled by a potentially historic drought, forcing the agriculture and extraction industries to find new ways to quench their thirst. [Read More]
Research conducted by the National Park Service (NPS) showed human presence is continually changing the composition of the caves. [Read More]
Tate Collins took the hand-off, stutter-stepped to the right side and dove towards the goal line, only to be stopped a yard shy. [Read More]
A pair of Hobbs residents have been charged after being busted by Lea County Sheriff's deputies during a traffic stop. [Read More]
An Artesia man sustained life threatening injuries late Saturday night in Lea County. [Read More]
The event is free and open to the public, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Friday at the Pecos River Village Conference Center. [Read More]
Phase one of construction is complete at Standpipe and Lea Street. [Read More]
The Coalition surprised Jones with the ceremony during a Thursday special education class. [Read More]
The BLM hosted a public meeting at the Village of Hope to solicit feedback from the public on a revision to the federal agency's RMP. [Read More]
CrimeStoppers says Escolastico Reza may have been hit by a Dodge Neon. [Read More]
County Manager Rick Rudometkin and Assistant County Manager Kenney Rayroux are exempted from the pay raise. [Read More]
Construction on San Jose Boulevard could end in November. [Read More]
NMSU staff discuss the importance of Constitution Day. [Read More]
Donald Trump Jr. shared a picture of a letter written in crayon, reading, "Hi Cindy, will you be my girlfriend," with boxes to check "yes" or "no." [Read More]
Woods Houghton, Eddy County extension agent with New Mexico State University, said reports of the predators in town have grown in the last year. [Read More]
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