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Several events are planned at ENMU-Ruidoso as part of American Indian Week April 21, 22 and 24. All events are free and open to the public.
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Dr. John Michael Benavidez, MD, has joined the hospital's medical group as an internist.
Flooding damage to village infrastructure that occurred in July of 2008 still is being repaired and FEMA funds are necessary to complete them.
By next year, Ruidoso officials hope to have a master plan that sets priorities for the plethora of water system-related projects the town faces.
On the Internet this week, a local web site published a report of suicide based on "Sources close to the incident" regarding a local resident's death.
On May 3, Lincoln County Medical Center in Ruidoso will transition to a new electronic health and financial record, designed to improve patient care.
Ruidoso's Community Education classes continue in April. monthly alcohol server class will take place Tuesday beginning at 9 a.m. The five-hour class is required for anyone serving or selling alcohol in the state of New Mexico.
Gisela Crabb visits her huband Corroll's grave at Fort Stanton's Merchant Marine and Military Cemetery Tuesday afternoon.
During the Ruidoso Village Council meeting, he proposed dissolving the village's capital improvements advisory committee, cutting back on the frequency of the manager's report and redefining the duties of the village's internal finance committee.
For the week of April 7 to April 14, there were 18 calls for service that required police reports.
A single-engine airplane crashed outside of the Ruidoso airport after a mechanical failure on March 19. Both men in the plane walked away without injuries Daniel Bastardo, a line service technician at Sierra Blanca Regional Airport, was watching the Piper Arrow out of the corner of his eye as he went about his business in the airport terminal ... (more)
Efforts continue by the Mescalero Apache tribal administration to secure the 400 acres of Ski Apache Resort that now is part of the Lincoln National Forest.
Anthony Ramon from Texas Alpha Dogs, center, poses with Ruidoso Police Officer Joseph Bailey, at left Spector, and Steve Minner with Dyna, two new recruits for the department's K-9 program, in front of a mobile emergency response vehicle obtained by Ruidoso Police Chief Joe Magill from military surplus in Texas.
After multiple attempts over several years, Ruidoso village crews finally found the culprits to blame for plugging a water diversion from the Rio Ruidoso in Upper Canyon to Grindstone Reservoir.