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WIPP Ventilation Fan Restarted

Tuesday evening, workers at WIPP successfully restarted the 860A fan that is part of the mine ventilation and filtration system currently operating at the site. The 860A fan was started on February 14, 2014, when continuous air monitors (CAM) in the WIPP underground facility detected elevated levels of radioactive contamination and shifted the underground ventilation system into filtration mode... More >>

Coming Up Today On The KSVP Morning Show

7:20 – Betsy Flynn from the Boy Scouts to talk about the Pumpkin Glow on the 30th.8:20 – John Pennell from Total Productions to talk about the Newsboys concert on Nov. 1. 8:40 – Linda Stevens from Artesia Clean and Beautiful.9:45 – Real Deal Show.

What Is The New Mexico Humanities Council?

Dedicated to bringing the humanities to public audiences. That is the motto of the New Mexico Humanities Council. They will have their Annual Convocation coming to Albuquerque next month and they also sponsor a Chautaqua program. Craig Newbill is the Executive Director. You can hear more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page. 

Move Over Midland

NMMI Bronco Mere Serea goes for the kill during Wednesday night volleyball action between NMMI and Midland. 

NMMI Bronco Volleyball Sweeps At Home

From Geoff Gunn, NMMI SID. NMMI won in three straight sets at home over WJCAC foe Midland College, 25-13, 25-17, 26-24 on Wednesday night.  The win moves the Broncos to 15-18 overall and tied for second place in the conference with a 4-3 mark. Three conference matches left in the season – next is on the road vs. Clarendon College this Sat. Oct. 25 at 2:00 pm CDT. If... More >>

Castenada Looking For Another Term On Bench

Carlsbad native Henry Castenada has spent 12 years as the Magistrate Judge in Division One in Eddy County. He cites his experience on the bench in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page. 

Fred Hill Cites Combat And Law Enforcement Experience In Magistrate Race

The Republican is running against Henry Castenada for the Eddy County Magistrate Division 1 spot. The challenger is a Vietnam vet and he has decades of experience as a law enforcement officer in southeast New Mexico. To hear more go to the podcast secton on the left hand side of the page. 

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