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Worker electrocuted in oilfield accident near Carlsbad
Eddy County Sheriff's Deputies say a 23-year-old man died from electrocution Thursday on an oilfield northeast of Carlsbad.
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Man in hospital after altercation with Carlsbad police
A Carlsbad man was hospitalized after police officers attempted to arrest him on Thursday night, according to Carlsbad Police.
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Carlsbad High sends off 315 graduates
View a gallery of photos from Carlsbad High's graduation ceremony. With a turn of a tassel, 12 years of hard work were over.
Fri May 24, 2013
Oil and gas boom fuels population surge in Southeast New Mexico
Lea County, in the heart of southeastern New Mexico's bustling oil patch, was the fastest-growing county in the state last year, while two-third of the counties lost population, according to the Census Bureau.
Storm tears roof off Carlsbad VFW hall during bingo night
Cris Sing, VFW Post 8703 kitchen manager, looks at the gaping hole in the ceiling caused Thursday night by high winds.
honored by MVD for news coverage
The New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division honored news coverage by the Carlsbad Current-Argus about customer service at the MVD's Carlsbad branch.
Carlsbad Downtown Farmers Market gets earlier start
Entering into its seventh year, the Carlsbad Downtown Farmers' Market kicks off on Saturday, a month earlier than in previous years.
Thu May 23, 2013
Oldies are still goodies for DJ and audience
Ergo, "disc jockey" - a person who operates a phonograph record. That may not sound quite right, but it was once true, in the days before a single computer disc replaced several hundred vinyl discs known as records.
Boutique Air protests Carlsbad's air service contract with NM Airlines
A California-based company that hoped to land a federal contract for Carlsbad's subsidized air service is protesting the government's awarding of the contract to New Mexico Air.
Wed May 22, 2013
Out of the classroom, into the cockpit: Trinity Christian Academy...
The second, third and fourth grade classes from Trinity Christian Academy get their picture taken with the pilots of the New Mexico Airlines Cessna 208 Grand Caravan plane from Albuquerque.
Tornadoes present some danger in Eddy County
The tornado that devastated an Oklahoma City suburb Monday touched down more than 500 miles away from Carlsbad, but the effects of the natural disaster have everyone in Tornado Alley on edge.
The Rochester Sentinel
William F. Enyart I
Survivors include his wife, Pat; three daughters, Dawn M. Enyart, Warsaw, Tonya L. Hughie, Carlsbad, N.M., and Angela K. Storey, Rochester; three sons, James L. Enyart, Rochester, William F. Enyart II, Leiters Ford, and George C. Enyart, Osceola; and one sister, Patty Jo Stilter, Conover, N.C. Please feel free to submit your comments.
Tue May 21, 2013
Police: NM man used fake name of wanted man
Police say a Carlsbad man who tried to avoid arrest by giving police a fake name was arrested after making a key mistake.
Mon May 20, 2013
The NMSU Community Education Driver's Education class will begin June 3. Registration: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday through May 30 in room 1B.
Sun May 19, 2013
Silver City Sun-News
Their View: Son of murder suspect compelled to enter politics
Jack Volpato says the worst kind of politics led to his father being convicted of murder in one of New Mexico's most famous cases.
Eddy County commission getting overview from Holloman Air Force Base
Unaware of the Eddy County's proximity to military installations, new residents to Eddy County are often surprised to see occasionally military aircraft propelling across the sky on training missions, followed with by a sonic boom.
Sat May 18, 2013
More New Mexicans planning in-state vacations
A new poll shows an 11 percent spike in the number of New Mexicans planning to hit the road for vacations this year as compared to last year, and that's a pretty big increase.
Fri May 17, 2013
Model citizens: Retirees build railroad model of Old Carlsbad
Willy Jung and his fiancee Tiger Lily are part of a group working on a model of Old Carlsbad.
NM Air operator files claim against Carlsbad city councilman over email exchange
The long dispute about Carlsbad's air service is over, but a court battle between air service provider Greg Kahlstorf and the city has only just begun.