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Flooding, mean storms in eastern N.M.
The National Weather Service is warning of flood threat from a storm east of Roswell, one of many alerts issued Saturday afternoon.
Oil and gas boom fuels population surge in Southeast New Mexico
Lea County, in the heart of southeastern New Mexico's bustling oil patch, was the fastest-growing county in the state last year, while two-third of the counties lost population, according to the Census Bureau.
Oldies are still goodies for DJ and audience
Ergo, "disc jockey" - a person who operates a phonograph record. That may not sound quite right, but it was once true, in the days before a single computer disc replaced several hundred vinyl discs known as records.
Tornadoes present some danger in Eddy County
The tornado that devastated an Oklahoma City suburb Monday touched down more than 500 miles away from Carlsbad, but the effects of the natural disaster have everyone in Tornado Alley on edge.
2013 NHRA: Johnny Gray And Pitch Energy Team Confident, Ready To Step Up On Raceday
Funny Car driver Johnny Gray and his Pitch Energy team have been seeking a return to stellar form in recent times, and after two pleasingly clean passes at Atlanta Dragway at the 33rd annual Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Southern Nationals, the steadily forward-steaming group look to be finding their groove once again with raceday just around the ... (more)
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Cloudcroft chamber wins tourism award
The award was given Monday during the 2013 New Mexico Governor's Conference on Tourism in Albuquerque.
'Stamp Out Hunger' food drive is Saturday
Santa Fe - To tackle the serious issue of hunger faced by millions of older adults, AARP and AARP Foundation announced that on Saturday, May 11, they are joining the National Association of Letter Carriers and the U.S. Postal Service's 21st annual food drive to help "Stamp Out Hunger." On the second Saturday in May each year, in America's largest ... (more)