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Monsoon season alleviating drought conditions in areas of the state
It's been a great monsoon season so far in New Mexico. Today's light rain has helped make a dent in the state's drought, so much so that the U.S. Drought Monitor shows that parts of New Mexico are drought-free.
Las Cruces Sun-News
Imprisoned Las Crucen freed after child abuse conviction overturned
LAS CRUCES >> The New Mexico Supreme Court reversed the conviction Thursday of a Las Cruces man who has been serving 18 years in state prison for intentional and negligent child abuse causing great bodily harm to a young nephew.
Traffic deaths up 20 percent in New Mexico
SANTA FE >> Eddy County now ranks fifth in traffic related deaths as the state reports a 20 percent increase in fatalities on New Mexico roads this year.
With A 9.4% Dividend, Linn Energy's Management Is Showing Its Stuff - Investors Rejoice
Revenues fell to $597 million from $839 million in Q2 2013 due primarily to changes in the value of unsettled commodity derivatives.
Asian investors eye planned New Mexico potash mine
The Carlsbad Current-Argus reports that Intercontinental Potash Corp. says private investors from China and a bank in Japan have shown an interest in the proposed Ochoa Project.
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Family-friendly events happening this weekend
Take an out of this world tour at the VLA Saturday. The Very Large Array in Socorro hosts free, 30 minute guided tours on the first Saturday of every month.
New Mexico man accused of forging inmate's checks
Albuquerque police are searching for a man accused of forging nearly $2,000 in checks issued from a New Mexico prison.
Little Argus: July 31
Zia Guild will meet Thursday at 9 a.m. at the North Mesa Senior Center for open sewing and stitching.For more information contact Lola Collier at 885-9959.
Little Argus: July 29
Story time and craft for ages 4 and up at Carlsbad Public Library. Kids will make an ocean craft and a Krazy Kazoo.
Little Argus: July 25
"Bat Bomb: How Carlsbad's Bats Almost Won the War," a presentation by Cavern Ranger, Mannie Bemis, will be presented Saturday, July 26 at 2 p.m. at the Carlsbad Museum and Art Center, 418 W. Fox St. Learn about how the U.S. Government spent millions of dollars on a project to turn bats into miniature bomb delivery systems.