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Ruidoso, New Mexico is located in Lincoln County. Zip codes in Ruidoso, NM include 88355, and 88345. The median home price in Ruidoso is $199,500. More Ruidoso information.

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Crowds turn out for Saturday's Ruidoso Mountain High Fly In and Pine Top Car Show

Local ham radio enthusiast Stan Thomas speaks with crew member Jim Hower inside Bluebonnet Belle, a World War II era C 47. In the background is Stephen Driskell, the aircraft's crew chief, who was at the Sierra Blanca Regional Airport as part of the Mountain High Fly In Saturday. David Bradburn, right, with the White Sands Soaring Association, talks with Eric Griffin who is sitting in one of the association's gliders during the Mountain High Fly In at the Sierra Blanca Regional Airport Saturday.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Alamogordo Daily News

Mescalero man pleaded guilty to 2012 Ruidoso assault

Carrizozo>>A Mescalero man faces more than 41 years in prison after pleading guilty to several felony charges related to the 2012 sexual assault of a Capitan woman who was leaving a Ruidoso McDonald's where she worked. Twelfth Judicial Deputy District Attorney John P. Sugg said Kenneth Kaulay, 42, pleaded guilty on Tuesday in a Carrizozo courtroom to first-degree kidnapping, second-degree attempting to commit first-degree murder, second-degree armed robbery and fourth-degree aggravated stalking.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Alamogordo Daily News

An Alamogordo man linked to Alto burglaries

Daily News From left, Lincoln County Sheriff's Office deputies Dee Preston and Matt Coulter were in Alamogordo Thursday to search a home in the 400 block of Oregon Avenue for stolen property. They were assisted by the Alamogordo Police Department.

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Ruidoso News

Digging in the rain in Ruidoso

Ruidoso utility workers and Zia Natural Gas employees work on repositioning a gas line Friday on Paradise Canyon where a village crew repaired a water main a day earlier. A Ruidoso utility crew helped with traffic control and digging on Paradise Canyon Friday while employees of Zia Gas repositioned a line disturbed by rain and repair work Thursday on a water main and a lateral line, Village Public Works Director J. R. Baumann said.

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Pair arrested for alleged car theft Sunday face additional charges

A man and woman arrested on Sunday after allegedly leading police on a chase have been charged with additional felonies stemming from a Mescalero burglary, an Alamogordo Police Department spokesman said. Detective Lt.

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Elder Law: For seniors, cohabitation may not be a bad idea

It used to be against the law to cohabit here. Some lawyer made it his crusade to get that law repealed after a kid got killed in Ruidoso in the 1970s.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Ruidoso News

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.

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NM firefighters remember fallen colleagues on 9/11

Old Glory is still flying proudly on this sunny September day in Socorro, where firefighters and EMS crews alike looked on to remember when that flag and this country were attacked in 2001. "I was in Phoenix at the time, and I was on my way to work when I found out about it," said Ruidoso firefighter Mike Friberg.

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Historical Potpourri: Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument

The saying, "If these walls could talk," would fit the sites at Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument. The stabilized mission ruins once were more than one or two stories high.

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Who's meeting in Lincoln County

Ruidoso Federated Woman's Club: Local women and summer residents are welcome to join the club. It meets every Monday at 11:30 a.m. at 116 S. Evergreen Drive.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Anchorage Daily News

Bethel council offers top city job to New Mexico man, but he's not ready to commit

The city council here, still regrouping after firing its city manager in May , on Wednesday was ready to move forward and offer the job to a former parks and recreation official from New Mexico. But council members were disappointed when their top candidate - the only one flown to Bethel for an up-close look -- asked to have until Friday to decide.

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Alamogordo Daily News

World War II vets fly for free at this year's Ruidoso Mountain High Fly In

Stunt shows and World War II Warbird fly-bys are scheduled throughout the day during the Ruidoso Mountain High Fly In and Pine Top Car Show Saturday. The sixth annual Ruidoso Mountain High Fly In and Pine Top Car Show will fire up its engines for the public on Saturday with a line up of exciting exhibitions, events and static displays that will usher visitors on a sentimental journey through time.

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Ruidoso approves contract for an affordable housing plan targeted for workforce

In a move to encourage a stable local workforce, councilors unanimously approved a contract services agreement with New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority to provide a $20,000 grant toward the cost of preparing an affordable housing plan for the village. The grant is based on a $1 for each $1 of local match, Village Manager Debi Lee said Tuesday.

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Cross Country: Ruidoso finishes well in Socorro

"We're making great progress and we're running very well," coach Trevor Raborn said. "We're young so the progress we're making is significant, allowing us to be competitive at the end of the season when things get important."

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Community dates

Pre-school story time: begins at 10:30 a.m., today, Sept. 10, at the Ruidoso Public Library, 107 Kansas City Road.

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Lincoln National Forest: Prescribed fire activities planned in Ruidoso/Capitan areas

Ignitions on the Perk unit are planned for the dates of Sept. 9 12 . The unit is located behind the Smokey Bear Ranger Station, between Brady Canyon and Cedar Creek.

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New Mexico helps communities with arts, culture and preservation

The Old Dowlin Mill in Ruidoso is one of many historically significant properties that make Lincoln County an ideal candidate for a state Arts and Cultural District designation. Collaborating with surrounding towns, the village of Ruidoso and all of Lincoln County, a state program could bring ideas, money and exposure to the area.

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Lincoln County voters will decide health care mill levy reauthorization

Brad Treptow, standing, with the Lincoln County Medical Center, and Scott Shafer, vice chairman of the hospital's board of directors, discussed the November election that could renew for eight years a property tax designated to help deliver health care in the county, including the hospital, ambulance service and rural health care clinics. For the past 22 years, Lincoln County voters have shown their support for the county-owned hospital in Ruidoso, the county emergency medical ambulance service and multiple rural health care clinics by approving a special property tax levy restricted to health care use.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Alamogordo Daily News

2 arrested for allegedly taking a Ruidoso vehicle

A Ruidoso man allegedly driving a stolen car attempted to flee Alamogordo police on Sunday, but being unfamiliar with the area, he drove down a dead-end street, a police spokesman said. Detective Lt.

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Lincoln County sets new property tax rates; Ruidoso, Ruidoso Downs see increases

Property tax rates in Lincoln County declined in 2014 for most municipalities and settlements, but went up for owners in Ruidoso and Ruidoso Downs. Ruidoso residential property owners will see their rate increase by 6.43 percent from 26.885 mills in 2013 to 28.615 mills, primarily to pay back bonds sold to finance replacement of aging water lines in an effort to cut the loss of water from the municipal system.

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