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Hobbs Sun

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imgOil brings in more than $2 billion in royalties to State Land Office

Andy Brosig/News-Sun Energy production is big business in New Mexico. That was the word from Greg Bloom, assistant commissioner for mineral resources from the New Mexico State Land Office, speaking Wednesday before the state legislature’s Economic Development and Policy Interim Committee on the CTECH campus in Hobbs.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Hobbs Sun

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imgOil, gas double Lea’s value but tax rates stable

Curtis Wynn/News-Sun LOVINGTON — While the value of taxable property in Lea County more than doubled last year, the tax rates have stayed much the same and the oilfield will pick up the tab — most of it.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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Hobbs Sun

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imgHGTV hosts are next Jack Maddox Distinguished Lecture speakers

The JF Maddox Foundation and University of the Southwest will welcome Ben Napier and Erin Napier, hosts of Home Town on HGTV, as the next speakers in the Jack Maddox Distinguished Lecture Series.


Published: Tuesday September 13 2022

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Hobbs Sun

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imgSouthwest Symphony line up includes Michael W. Smith

For the News-Sun The Southwest Symphony announces its 2022-23 Season, Music for America! A line up full of fun, visual and musical entertainment for the whole family, featuring something for everyone throughout the seven performances.


Published: Monday September 12 2022

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Hobbs Sun

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imgNew Salvation Army leader in Hobbs knew early on the corps was for her

Andy Brosig/News-Sun An invite from her brother to a Salvation Army youth group meeting started Stacy Antonovich on a long and sometimes winding road that’s now led her to Hobbs to lead the local corps.


Published: Friday September 09 2022

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Hobbs Sun

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imgRailroad tracks repair on the way in Lovington

Virginia Cunningham/News-Sun LOVINGTON — People who have had tire damage related to the railroad track crossing on South Main Street in Lovington will be happy to know the tracks are scheduled to be repaired.


Published: Wednesday September 07 2022

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Hobbs Sun

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imgFarewell to Hobbs minister

VIRGINIA CUNNINGHAM/NEWS-SUN “It’s time to enjoy some retirement,” said Elio Barrios, a man who has served Lea County for more than 30 years in the field of ministry.


Published: Tuesday September 06 2022

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Hobbs Sun

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imgLea eyes $2 million fix for ‘dangerous’ school zone

Curtis Wynne/News-Sun LOVINGTON — At the urging of Lea County Commissioner Rebecca Long, the school zone at College Lane Elementary may soon become safer and less congested.


Published: Friday September 02 2022

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Hobbs Sun

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imgLatest mural in downtown Lovington showcases wonder of New Mexico

Blake Ovard/News-Sun LOVINGTON — Murals can help build community by turning brick and block walls into colorful community art spaces available to everyone, and Lovington MainStreet is on a mission to make more of them happen.


Published: Friday September 02 2022

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Hobbs Sun

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imgSale of Champions hits record amount of $870,355

Curtis Wynne/News-Sun LOVINGTON — Add-on contributions to the 2022 junior livestock sale set an apparent record comfortably near the oft-repeated goal of $1 million.


Published: Monday August 29 2022

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Hobbs Sun

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imgHobbsan one of 6 to receive open government award

For the News-Sun ALBUQUERQUE – The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government has chosen five New Mexicans, including one from Hobbs, as the recipients of its 2022 William S.


Published: Monday August 29 2022

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Hobbs Sun

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imgFoundation names Parks interim CEO

For the News-Sun The JF Maddox Foundation has announced TJ Parks, former superintendent of the Hobbs Municipal Schools, will become the foundation’s interim CEO.


Published: Monday August 29 2022

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