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4 hrs ago | Carlsbad Current-Argus
Current-Argus Hundreds of boxes lie a room in the Bussell's house, waiting to be ship out to cycle enthusaint across the country.
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6 hrs ago | Carlsbad Current-Argus
Carlsbad >>The people, places and happenings in the Guadalupe Mountains during the first half of the 20th century fill the pages of a history book.
CARLSBAD >> Major construction on the damaged portion of San Jose Boulevard is currently underway, but a finish date has yet to be determined.
According to a news release, the dog attacked the skunk Sunday night at a home in the 400 block of Russell Street.
CARLSBAD >> Down at the Riverwalk Recreation Center, the staff has made an offer that should be hard for anybody to refuse: From 5:30 to 7:30 -- or even later if there's food left -- kids and families can play games, win prizes and enjoy a special guest entertainer .
Police say a burglar broke into the Carlsbad KaleidoScoops the night of Aug. 27 and stole $1,200 from the business.
Submitted to the Current-Argus Attorney Jeff Diamond shakes hands with U.S. Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro and his wife, Julie Fisher.
A Congressional proposal that would have allowed Carlsbad's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant to accept nuclear waste from additional sources is dead, for now.
Financial Security Credit Union will be breaking ground soon on a new location branch for its members across the street from IHOP.
Two years goes by quick, and in city business it's not enough time to get every project that an elected official wants done near completion.
Holiday feast: San Jose Catholic Church will celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Wednesday, Dec. 11, from 6 to 7 p.m., at the parish hall at 1002 De Baca Street.
Most of the time, we forget about Carlsbad's homeless population. They live in isolation or in small camps, away from the rest of society -- out of sight, out of mind.
Emily C. Kelley/For Texas-New Mexico Newspapers Russell Hardy, director of NMSU's Carlsbad Environmental Monitoring and Research Center, stands in the room where volunteers are scanned for radioactive materials, as part of of CEMRC's Lie Down and Be Counted Internal Dosimetry Services Project.
The Bureau of Land Management have given ranchers Justin and Brooke Wilson the 2013 BLM Restore New Mexico Land Stewardship Award for their work to improve range conditions on their ranch and public land near Carlsbad.
High Wind Warning for Eddy County was issued at December 13 at 9:59AM MST