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10Best: Conspiracies and legends around the USA
Various people claim that a spacecraft with alien occupants crashed on a ranch near Roswell, N.M. in June or July 1947. Though it's now mainly fueled by local businesses wanting to cash in on tourist interest, the Roswell UFO incident of 1947 is the most popular UFO cover-up of all time.
Sat Sep 13, 2014
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Jamestown Veteran Reconnects With Army Buddies 50 Years Later
Jamestown resident Ron Johnstone was contacted by phone seemingly out the blue last year by two individuals with whom he spent three years in the 82nd Airborne Division in the early 1960s.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
First Alert Weather: Sept. 12, 2014
MEXICO. AND RIGHT NOW, THEY CONTINUE TO DRENCH EDDY AND LEA COUNTIES. IT'S SO BAD IN THE SOUTHEAST PART OF THE STATE THAT CARLSBAD NATIONAL PARK HAD TO CLOSE.
Common Cause and NMFOG change campaign name
Common Cause New Mexico and the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government announced today they are changing the name of their "We Are New Mexico" campaign. Common Cause New Mexico and the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government announced today they are changing the name of their "We Are New Mexico" campaign after discovering a PAC is operating in the state under the same name.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Ruidoso approves revenue guarantee for Phoenix flights
Showing their support for new scheduled flights from Roswell to Phoenix, Ruidoso village councilors pledged $25,000 per year for two consecutive years toward a revenue guarantee for American Airlines. Ruidoso Tourism Director Gina Kelley told councilors Tuesday that the money will come from lodgers tax in the years 2016 and 2017.
Ephraim Hardcastle: Selling tickets to his own wedding anniversary...
Tory baronet and former chief whip Sir George Young, 73, reveals in the latest Members' Financial Interests that he raised A 9,000 for his local Conservative Association by selling tickets to his golden wedding anniversary party, held at his Hampshire home in July. Inviting strangers to such an intimate occasion is certainly a peculiar way to raise party funds.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Las Cruces Sun-News
New Mexico gets $2M grant to help rural veterans
ALBUQUERQUE >> The New Mexico Department of Veterans' Services is among a handful of entities nationwide selected to participate in a pilot program aimed at better serving rural veterans.
Aiming for the Stars: Celebrating Rocket Scientist Robert Goddard
Roswell, New Mexico has more than UFOs to contemplate. On October 17-18, "Aiming for the Stars" - a public event honoring Roswell's most famous "star," rocket pioneer Robert H. Goddard - showcases space history, New Mexico's observatories and science museums, and exhibits from NASA's Johnson Space Center.
Cult of Mac Blog
Banksy's latest sketch is a terrifying reminder of your iPhone addiction
Banksy, the U.K. street artist who doesn't shy from making commentary on social and technology issues with his graffiti street art, published a new sketch with a terrifying reminder that your iPhone has basically become a parasitic extension.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Ruidoso High School football wins over Roswell
The Ruidoso High School Warriors enter the field at Roswell for their season opener Friday.
KOB-TV New Mexico
Parents were not notified of Berrendo Middle School threat
A threat written on a bathroom wall at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell led to an increase in law enforcement Tuesday.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Joe's Overnight Forecast 9-1-14
AD LIB TOSS As expected the holiday weekend ended on a very warm note across New Mexico Northern parts of the stay warm the to the 80s and 90s and triple digit heat over south eastern New Mexico 12 hour planner tomorrow very similar will start off with a very mild start on the day giving way to above normal heat in the afternoon High-pressure is ... (more)
Roswell Police: 2 homicides, no suspects
There have been two homicides in Roswell since mid-August and still no arrests have been made.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Threat targets Berrendo Middle School shooting victim
The Roswell middle school still recovering from a school shooting has been hit with another scare and the threat targets one of the victims from the shooting.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Farmington Daily Times
Column: Alternatives to suicide mean rediscovering a sense of purpose at the end of a long life
The facts: In the northeastern community of Roy, Geraldine Ray, 89, was found lying face down on her bed with cotton balls up her nose, plastic filling her mouth, and packing tape across her lips.
Cult of Mac Blog
Photographic proof that bigger isn't always better when it comes to iPads
Every nerd loves a good Apple rumor, and late night show host Jimmy Kimmel is no exception.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Tribune/The Tribune Advertiser
Down the River Road
Without a doubt, we are a very festive people here in the Yadkin Valley. We have festivals for wine, for pumpkins, for fiddles, for farming, for leaves, for apples, for a television show, for a deep-dish pieyou get the idea.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
UFOs of the Mind
Most people think of UFOs as a relatively recent phenomenon. It is true that UFOs didn't become a page-one item until just after World War Two, although even during the war military planes chased and were chased by what were then called 'foo fighters'.
Rain couldn't keep chile heads away from ShopRite's Hatch Chile Roast
"It's now or next year!" a sign proclaimed at the entrance to the Hatch Chile Roast in Greenwich Township .
Northern Michigan News
Civil War relic finds new home in Manton museum
A more-than-100-year-old Civil War-era relic that sat upon the mantel of a house in New Mexico has found a new home in Manton.