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Emergency personnel and volunteers help strap 79-year-old Sabino Sandoval to a stretcher after extracting him from his wrecked pickup in front of the Lincoln County Courthouse Thursday afternoon.
A moratorium on subdivisions may go into effect even before Lincoln County commissioners approve new regulations requiring developers to buy water rights and create community water systems.
A search warrant executed on a Ruidoso home Saturday resulted in the arrest of four on charges of trafficking in various illegal drugs.
A new organizational chart tucked into Ruidoso's Fiscal Year 2013-2014 preliminary budget will spread out responsibility for evaluation of employees, and also prompted a discussion about the future designation of the Forestry Department.
New maps to help local emergency services react in evacuations and disasters were introduced to Ruidoso village councilors during a mini-tutorial last week.
Special prosecutor Amy Orlando, center, speaks with defense attorney Gary Mitchell, left, and prosecutor Scot Key before the jury is brought into District Judge Fernando Macias' courtroom Monday.
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.
After months of planning, the village of Ruidoso's cemetery board has announced that the new cemetery has been named Gavilan Memorial Gardens.
An Otero County jury has convicted a man of second-degree murder and tampering with evidence in the death of a Ruidoso woman five years ago.
Local officials provided their hopes and aired their concerns to New Mexico's second in command Thursday.
After four consecutive years of concentrated budget cuts, the recommended $35.8 million preliminary Fiscal Year 2013-2014 budget for the village of Ruidoso covering the general fund, enterprise funds and capital project funds is balanced and represents operating costs that support the basic delivery of services.
Elmo Silva Jr. looks at the deputy district attorney during a hearing in District Court Friday on a motion Silva filed to attempt to get more credit for time served in prison on a 1990 conviction for rape, false imprisonment and attempted murder.
As Ruidoso councilors celebrated the health of the village's finances Friday, they also said goodbye to the financial director who in large part guided the recovery of the municipality.