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Eddy County History: Memories of the ghost town of Lookout
Jessie J. Rascoe established the town of Lookout in 1883 at a low water crossing along the major cattle trail from Pecos through Roswell to Kansas.
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Little Argus: Carlsbad Community Calendar for March 16-18
St. Patrick's Day party: Come join the fun at Senior Circle, a resource of Carlsbad Medical Center on Monday, March, 17, at 1:30 p.m. for a St. Patrick's Day celebration with Irish Harp music provided by Janice Graber.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
Carlsbad considers sinkhole options
Current-Argus file photo This sign warns drivers of the potential dangers of the brine well near the South Y. CARLSBAD >> Experts say they are closer to offering options to fix a brine well near the Loving Highway that many fear could collapse into a sinkhole.
A fatal mistake: Lack of seat belt use contributes to rising roadway deaths in Eddy County
CARLSBAD >> The number of DWI fatalities is decreasing in New Mexico, while the number of deaths involving non-use of seat belts are rising in Eddy County.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Data points to some of Carlsbad's most dangerous roads
CARLSBAD >> While the number of traffic accidents has fluctuated over the years, the most dangerous spots along Eddy County roads remain the same.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Southeast New Mexico leads state in asthma cases
Photograph by Rebekah Melendez/For the Current-Argus Jack Volpato, co-owner of Southwest Pharmacy, shows a common inhaler used by those with asthma.
Sheriff's Dept. investigating fire in Artesia
Detectives, along with Eddy County Fire Coordinator Robert Brader and Artesia Fire Department Chief Kevin Hope helped conduct the investigation.
United Way celebrates campaign success
The United Way of Carlsbad & South Eddy County recently announced its 2013 campaign raised $859,000.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Little Argus: Carlsbad Community Calendar for March 12-14
Toddler Time: Infants and toddlers are invited to a free Toddler Time for creative play, music, and social time.
Cathrynn Brown announces she'll seek third term in NM House
CARLSBAD >> State Rep. Cathrynn N. Brown will run for re-election, seeking a third term in the New Mexico House of Representatives.
Eddy County candidates line up for June, November elections
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.
Eddy County to hire fire administrator; 3 fire stations to get remodeled
In January, the county split its emergency preparedness department into two entities: emergency services and fire services.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Robin Van Natta running for Eddy County Clerk; D'Ann Read seeks magistrate judge seat
CARLSBAD >> Robin Van Natta, Eddy County's chief deputy clerk, announced her bid for county clerk in the upcoming election.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Police looking for impaired drivers, seatbelt violations
"We are going to have extra saturation patrols enforcing alcohol-related traffic offenses and seat belt and child restraint violations," said Jennifer Moyers, of the CPD.
Eddy County History: Washington Ranch: A tale of sculduggery
Early pioneer family members John and Daniel Lucas originally formed a ranch south of Carlsbad and White's City in the early 1880s that would eventually be known as Washington Ranch.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Memorial Service Held For Murdered Richardson ISD Teacher, Mother Of Two
A memorial was held Saturday for a Garland teacher and mother of two who police say was slain by her boyfriend in New Mexico last week.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Car gets stuck under big rig on Loving Highway; no injuries reported
The intersection of Grandi Road and US 285 was closed Friday morning because of a traffic accident involving a coupe and a semi-trailer truck.
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Letters: March 7
It is past time that the high-profile candidate for Congress, Roxanne "Rocky" Lara, be forthright about her interests in highly controversial industries.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Voter turnout lowest in recent memory
CARLSBAD >> The official results may not be in until Friday, but it's safe to say turnout for this year's municipal election for Carlsbad was low.
Euless man arrested in slaying of Richardson teacher in New Mexico
The Euless boyfriend of a Richardson first-grade teacher who was found dead this week on a New Mexico ranch beat her and dragged her body with a rope secured to his car, according to a New Mexico criminal complaint obtained by the Robert Glenn Earley, an oil-field worker, was arrested early Wednesday just hours after the partially clad body of ... (more)