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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. 


Ernie Carlson Seeking ECC District One Spot

The Democrat says money and road safety are the things he will work on if elected. To hear more, go to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page. 


Xcel Holds Executive Energy Forum

Shelby Tucker with RBC Capital Markets speaks to various leaders in Roswell on Tuesday. People were briefed on the happenings of Xcel Energy in southeast New Mexico and Texas. 


James Duffey Seeking Another Term On Chaves County Commission

He serves in District One which covers some rural territory and parts of Roswell. He says the federal government is affecting his district ranging from endangered species to government regulations. He says these are hampering economic development. To hear more go to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page. (Photo courtesy of NM Association of Counties) 

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