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35 min ago | Ruidoso News
As I write this column, I say goodbye to the privilege and responsibility that I have had for the last 12 years.
Should PBS receive government funding?
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4 hrs ago | Alamogordo Daily News
The event scheduled for Jan. 18, is free to the public and free to participating vendors.
9 hrs ago | San Juan College, Farmington, NM
When it comes to competing in today's job market, having a high school diploma is critical.
14 hrs ago | Ruidoso News
The Ruidoso Municipal School Board heard recommendations from the Emergency Response Team to change the term "Shelter in Place" after several recent issuances of the Shelter in Place protocol at the high school caused some confusion among parents as to what was happening and the severity of the situation.
From left, Maureen Sanders, Debra Haaland, Rocky Lara, Jerry Shaw and Kathy Groob participate in an Emerge New Mexico panel in Ruidoso Saturday.
Vincent, who has been serving as interim fire chief since February of 2010, has been with the Ruidoso Fire Department since 1993 and has served in various capacities.
Ruidoso welcomed new Vice President of Student Learning Pierre Laroche earlier this week.
The village council of Ruidoso will discuss the water rate structure and a proposal for a water rate increase at a public hearing during a meeting to begin at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Village Hall.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7TH I'M TANYA MENDIS, THANKS FOR JOINING US FOR ACTION 7 NEWS MORE IN THE MORNING IT WAS A WILD WEATHER WEEK ACROSS THE STATE, AND DAYS LATER, WE'RE STILL FEELING THE EFFECTS OF ALL THAT SNOW.
It's great to be back writing about our local small business community! I am thrilled to continue my advocacy on the behalf of our local businesses and the dedicated entrepreneurs who inspire, toil and take the risks they do to bring us goods, jobs and opportunity.
Employee Dasha Mays bags fresh coffee for a customer in front of the new tea display at Sacred Grounds Coffee and Tea House.
Courtesy Allen Webber, a candidate for governor, stopped in Ruidoso earlier this week to discuss his platform with potential voters.
Nine wish trees grace the lobby of the Spencer Theater through Dec. 22. The trees hold wishes from area nonprofits in need of a variety of items.