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New focus group for Carlsbad's business community
CARLSBAD >> For Carlsbad's business community, the opportunity to network still exists as the Friday Focus community forum takes on a new life.
1 hr ago
Carlsbad makes state's Labor Day weekend road trips list
CARLSBAD >> New Mexico's Department of Tourism has named Carlsbad as one of the top five places for family road trips for the upcoming Labor Day weekend.
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Little Argus: Aug. 28
Gordita Sale: Iglesia Evangelica Cristiana Espritual will sell gordita plates - three gorditas w/rice, beans and salad - for $8 today from 9 a.m. until sold out.
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Announcements: Aug. 28
Gopher Tails: Carlsbad Soil and Water Conservation District will be holding Gopher Tail turn in day Tuesday, September 2, 2014.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Announcements: Aug. 27
Energy summit: Join the mayors of Artesia, Carlsbad and Loving in discussing the area's oil boom at the second Eddy County Mayors' Energy Summit 2014, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept.
Second phase of construction at Halagueno Arts Park begins
Photo by Zack Ponce - Current-Argus Construction crews on Tuesday were busy preparing the Halagueno Arts Park for additions that include new trees, two performance stages and a water fountain.
Carlsbad business owner wanted by police
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Donald Ensor, owner of Quality Recycling at 310 W. Lea Street.
Police Blotter: Carlsbad arrests for Aug. 26
Juvenile male, 13, of the 600 block of S. 11th, arrested on suspicion of aggravated burglar, larceny of a firearm and tampering with evidence.
More Carlsbad veterans are using free ride services
CARLSBAD >> Officials with a local organization which transports veterans to Veterans Affairs facilities in the region say the number of people using their services is rising.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Announcements: Aug. 26
The North Mesa Senior Recreation Center holds a dance every Wednesday and Friday, from 7: 00-9:30 p.m. Dances feature a different live band each week.
Little Argus: Aug. 26
Community Blood Drive: at Loving Middle School cafeteria from 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
Equipment worth $40k stolen from Carlsbad work site
Law enforcement officials are seeking more information on the theft of a $40,000 piece of equipment from a local construction company.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Police: Carlsbad man impersonated an officer to get ex-wife fired
CARSLSBAD >> Police have arrested a 32-year-old man for allegedly trying to pass himself off as a law enforcement officer to get back at his ex-wife.
KOB-TV New Mexico
Mojave Rattlesnakes popping up in southern New Mexico
Mojave rattlesnakes are one of the most lethal rattlesnakes in the country, and they are popping up right here in New Mexico.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
KOB-TV New Mexico
Snake sightings on the rise in southern New Mexico
Officials in southeastern New Mexico say sightings of one of the most lethal rattlesnakes appear to be on the rise.
Service dog helps track, guide and comfort Carlsbad 6-year-old with autism
Aaron Harris, 6, is accompanied by 1-year-old Cypress. "Cy," a Labrador retriever, is a service dog trained to aid Aaron, who has been diagnosed with autism, epilepsy and cortical dysplasia.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Los Angeles Times
Cause of New Mexico nuclear waste accident remains a mystery
A worker at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant near Carlsbad, N.M., carves a disposal room out of a salt deposit nearly half a mile below the surface.
Eddy County post offices cut back on hours
CARLSBAD >> Two United States Post Offices in Eddy County have cut back on the hours they are open to ship packages because of financial struggles, and more could follow in the coming year.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
'Bowling for Brooklyn' raises awareness for Carlsbad baby diagnosed with rare leukemia
Carlsbad resident Brooklyn Herring, 8 months old, smiles from her El Paso hospital bed on Wednesday shortly after completing her first 28-day chemotherapy treatment for the rare leukemia that has threatened her life.
Snake sightings on the rise, including more venomous Mojave rattler
CARLSBAD >> The Mojave rattler, one of the most lethal rattlesnakes in the Southwest, has been gradually moving into new territory in Southeastern New Mexico.