Ruidoso man receives a one-year sentence two years later
Magistrate Court Judge Lorena LaMay ordered a 37-year-old Ruidoso man to serve a year in jail on an April 2011 conviction.
Capitan adopts new comprehensive plan
Capitan now has an official goal for the future, at least by state standards, after adopting an updated comprehensive plan Tuesday after more than a decade without an update.
Brothers serve neighboring parishes
Two brotherly priests serve their Dioceses of Las Cruces parishes pretty close together.
County reviews agencies' financial requests
After listening to more than a dozen representatives of external agencies asking for help with their annual budgets, Lincoln County commissioners tentatively approved about $326,000 in requests, cutting more than $45,000 from initial submissions for the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 preliminary budget.
Capitan officials looking at form-based zoning
"Last time I wasn't fully aware, didn't understand the form-based zoning," Cook said.
Smokey Bear Days return to Capitan
Sometimes someone becomes a symbol, sometimes a symbol finds a representative - as was the case when a little black bear was rescued from the Capitan Gap Fire 63 years ago, later to become the national symbol of fire prevention, Smokey Bear, until his death in 1976.
As the school year's end nears, graduation comes to mind. Teen Spotlite would like to recognize one of the area's graduates, Raul Villegas.
Brand recognition - the real kind
"Registered Brands of Lincoln County New Mexico 1941" is quite interesting. It only lists the names of people who own cattle and a diagram of their brand.
As the school year's end nears, graduation comes to mind. Teen Spotlite would like to recognize one of the area's graduates, Wyatt Berryhill.
Zoning confusion in Capitan tabled for later
During Tuesday's special meeting, trustees and members of the town's planning and zoning ordinance first had to establish exactly how much zoning would be going on - reports from the planning board side say not too much.
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Smokey Bear Visits the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
Smokey Bear, the iconic symbol of the United States Forest Service's message of "Only You Can Prevent Wildfires," will be visiting the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway on Saturday, Apr.