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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Mike SmithCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgArtesia's first cannabis retail shop opens in former Chaos Cafe


Published: Friday September 23 2022 13:37PM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgGlobal market tensions put New Mexico oil and gas revenue in flux

It was estimated a $1 increase in the price per barrel of oil translates to $21 million into New Mexico’s General Fund.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 10:31AM

imgGuadalupe Mountains National Park reaches new heights on 50th anniversary

As visitors flock to the rugged West Texas park, park staff balance increased demand with the region’s ecological limits.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 09:34AM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgConsent for nuclear waste in New Mexico debated by local, state leaders

Local leaders near the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant hope their voices of approval will again be heeded for a facility to store more nuclear waste.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 08:27AM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Molly YoungOklahoman

imgSenate finally confirms new Indian Health Service leader

Roselyn Tso will lead the Indian Health Service, which cares for 2.6 million Native Americans.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 07:02AM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Algernon D'AmmassaLas Cruces Sun-News

imgNew Mexico GOP ad denounced as racist for darkening figure in stock photo

The ad uses a stock image tinted so as to darken the skin of one figure to make him look more sinister. The GOP denied any racist subtext.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 06:52AM

imgNew Mexico seeks contracts for oil well plugging via federal funds

In the first round of grant funding, New Mexico received $25 million for the work and could get another $75 million in the next five yeas.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 05:11AM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Jessica OnsurezCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgVPs of Hobbs, Farmington colleges candidates for top position at SENMC

The college announced public forums scheduled for Sept. 26, Sept. 27 and Sept. 28 in which the community can learn more about the final candidates.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgNuclear waste repository near Carlsbad seeks to improve after incidents

So far this year, three shipments of transuranic (TRU) nuclear waste from Idaho alerted WIPP personnel, leading to suspensions of waste shipments.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Mike SmithCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgWage increases approved for Eddy County Sheriff's Office and jail

Amidst labor shortages and a competitive job market. Eddy County approved wage increases for the Eddy County Sheriff's Department and Jail.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgOil and gas revenue on New Mexico state land grows to $2 billion

“We’re doing in three weeks what we used to bring in in one year in oil and gas revenue,” said Greg Bloom at the New Mexico State Land Office.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgNew Mexico granted $38 million from feds for electric vehicle chargers

The approval of the first phase, allowed funds earmarked for FY 2022 be immediately available to New Mexico from the U.S. Department of Transportation.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

imgKim Yacone's homicide was preceded by warning signs

Increasing danger to Kim Yacone was evident in public documents, prompting questions as to whether her life could have been saved.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Mike SmithCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgWork starting soon to repair crumbling Greene Street bridge in Carlsbad

Aging infrastructure along the northside of the Greene Street Bridge near Carlsbad prompted quick action by NMDOT to fix the aging structure.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Algernon D'AmmassaLas Cruces Sun-News

imgNew Mexico announces utility and school meal assistance

The state Human Services Dept. announced allocations to participants in two federally-funded programs.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Algernon D'AmmassaLas Cruces Sun-News

imgForghedaboudit owner killed, husband and chef Bob Yacone charged with murder

Sheriff Kim Stewart unveiled charges against Forghedaboudit chef Bob Yacone in the death of spouse Kim Yacone.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img$60 million in Permian Basin oil and gas assets bought by Texas company

Domestic oil was trading at about $85 a barrel as of Monday maintaining in the $80s and $90 range throughout August and early September.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

imgOld Apple Barn in High Rolls serves up fun and fudge

The Old Apple Barn Emporium has gifts, mugs, homemade pies, fudge, ciders and novelty items.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Michael McDevitt Stephen WagnerLas Cruces Sun-News

imgLas Cruces mayor declares Sept. 22 'Abe Romero Day'

The mayor remembered Organ Mountain football player Abe Romero Monday by declaring Sept. 22 in his honor. Romero wore the number 22.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Mike SmithCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgChaves County farming community honors teenager killed in crash

A candlelight vigil and car wash were held in the Dexter Sunday to honor a teenager killed Friday night in a car crash near Roswell.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Justin GarciaLas Cruces Sun-News

imgSides preparing for trial in NMSP officer's wrongful death lawsuit

A trail to determine if state police were culpable for Darian Jarrott's death appears closer than ever.


Published: Sunday September 18 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Morgan Lee

imgLeaked report roils harassment probe of New Mexico senator

Democratic Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto announced that an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against him had been "indefinitely suspended.


Published: Saturday September 17 2022

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