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The loss left Carlsbad's record and eight wins and nine losses, with an in-district record of two wins and two losses. [Read More]
Past projections estimated re-mediation would cost about $25 million, but a recent proposal said $43 million... [Read More]
Carlsbad's Martin Luther King Jr. celebration will hold a banquet, church service and the annual Freedom March through the city. [Read More]
Carlsbad's varsity womens basketball team improved to a 14-2 record, with three wins in district play. [Read More]
Since moving to Carlsbad, Celtech has worked with military bases from the states to South America, and further east in Europe and the Middle East. [Read More]
About 6,100 acres of cotton was planted in Eddy County in 2017, and increase from 2016's total of 5,700. [Read More]
Benny Grayson, 62, of Hobbs was driving south into Carlsbad when he drove into the northbound lane, colliding with two vehicles, police said. [Read More]
The gallery is hosting two events today and Saturday at the studio at 115 S. Canyon St. [Read More]
In an interview with the Current-Argus, the congressman said New Mexico's government is "hostile" to business and must be more supportive. [Read More]
New Mexico ranked behind North Dakota at 36.1 million, and Texas at 116.8 million barrels of crude oil produced that month. [Read More]
Anyone hoping to visit Carlsbad's world-renowned stalagmites and stalactites must now pay more than anyone has in about than five years. [Read More]
Santa took requests at the Carlsbad Mall on Pierce Street, in an area immediately to the left upon entering the mall. [Read More]
EPIC Midstream LLC, based in San Antonio, Texas, will build the 730-mile crude pipeline, starting in Orla, Texas and running to Corpus Christi, Texas. [Read More]
During the past six months, the Office collected about $74 million in leases on state trust land, a $56 million growth from last year. [Read More]
This year, any Carlsbad resident, in desperate need or briefly down on their luck, can join in for a holiday meal, 2:30 p.m. on Sunday... [Read More]
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas filed a lawsuit seeking to challenge the BLM's decision to delay the rules. [Read More]
John Wooten, 81, got his start in the 1950s on the gridiron as a sophomore for Carlsbad. [Read More]
Such a distinction could extend the life of WIPP, bringing it closer to the DOE's goal of keeping the facility active until 2050. [Read More]
Seven parcels were bid on for about $30 million, with one in Eddy and six in Lea County. [Read More]
A livestock vet in Carlsbad since 2006, Uhrig was appointed by Gov. Susana Martinez to the state's Board of Veterinary Medicine. [Read More]