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Deputy Daniel Ramondo sketches his law enforcement colleagues in action. [Read More]
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My father, Abe Sanchez was born in 1905 in Patos, although he claimed he was born in White Oaks, N.M. [Read More]
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This Smokey's Corner features a spotlight on a group of dedicated volunteers that do trail work for the Smokey Bear Ranger District. [Read More]
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Dr. Robert Woody convicted of criminal sexual contact; acquitted on similar charge; jury deadlocked on third charge. [Read More]
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Snow storms that moved through Ruidoso Wednesday as forecast dropped about 6 inches at Ski Apache and a thin but welcomed white layer on the... [Read More]
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New ADA ramp from municipal parking above midtown down to Sudderth Drive nears completion... [Read More]
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Building activity in Ruidoso remained strong in December and kept pace with the year as a whole... [Read More]
A Ruidoso Downs woman is listed in stable condition after being shot in her home. [Read More]
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After Jan. 22, First Bridge on Main Road will be closed to prepare for the replacement of the structure, estimated to take four months... [Read More]
Work has begun on the site of a new Taco Bell in Ruidoso. [Read More]
Officials with the Lincoln National Forest propose a forest-wide approach for maintenance of completed projects... [Read More]
The New Mexico Department of Health's Ruidoso Public Health Office will stage a free flu shot clinic from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Jan. 18,... [Read More]
Elementary students make their way to cafeteria for lunch. Mescalero School District was released early Wednesday due to snowfall. [Read More]
Bill Bucklew comes through Ruidoso on his cross-country walk to raise awareness of Parkinson's Disease... [Read More]
New Mexico was the nineteenth Growth State for 2017, according to U-Haul data analyzing the past year's U.S. migration trends. [Read More]
Looking like a young child, a juvenile bear checks out a dumpster in the Ruidoso area. [Read More]
During the first six months of Fiscal Year 2018, the State Land Office collected $104 million from activity on state trust lands, which exceeds last... [Read More]
If you try to get into the Upper Canyon at the end of the month, you are going to have a detour. Staring around the... [Read More]
We spent a couple of weeks talking about the importance of sleep. Today, we are going to talk about the importance of water. [Read More]
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