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John Duran, 42, of the 300 block of Peach Tree, arrested on suspicion of contempt of court/failure to pay child support.
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CARLSBAD >> While the number of traffic accidents has fluctuated over the years, the most dangerous spots along Eddy County roads remain the same.
CARLSBAD >> Out-of-date equipment and ineffective maintenance have been pinpointed as the primary causes for last month's fire underground at Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, 26 east of Carlsbad, according to Department of Energy investigators.
As remuneration in the British Columbia public sector skyrockets, we bring you our annual database of who is making what in B.C.'s public service.
ARTESIA >> Gripes about the Bureau of Land Management's new rotational oil and gas lease sales were aired during a Wednesday meeting of the Pecos District Resources Advisory Council.
Sigma Alpha Lambda announced that Erica Vaughan of Carlsbad has been recognized as a member of the organization at New Mexico State University.
The United Way of Carlsbad & South Eddy County recently announced its 2013 campaign raised $859,000.
Zachary Young was named Elks Student of the Month. Young, a Loving resident, is the son of Ervie Ornelas and Tereasa Ornelas.
Photograph by Rebekah Melendez/For the Current-Argus Jack Volpato, co-owner of Southwest Pharmacy, shows a common inhaler used by those with asthma.
Toddler Time: Infants and toddlers are invited to a free Toddler Time for creative play, music, and social time.
Jon Smith/Current-Argus Eddy County Clerk candidate Robin Van Natta, right, talks to county staff at the county clerk's office Tuesday afternoon after candidates selected their ballot order for the upcoming primary election in June.
The efforts made this past session proved a point, and southern New Mexico is better off for it.
The City of Carlsbad and Department of Energy's Carlsbad Field Office will host weekly town hall meetings to discuss recovery efforts following the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant's fire and radiation leak.
The Environmental Protection Agency recently responded to a letter written by U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich to EPA administrator Gina McCarthy requesting additional outside air monitors in and around the nuclear repository facility.
The Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, a federal nuclear waste repository has been caught releasing radioactivity into the atmosphere approximately 26 miles east of Carlsbad, NM.