|Aggies Return To Action|
After being off last week, the New Mexico State Aggie Football team gets back into action this week hosting Texas State. The game gets underway at 2:07pm and it will be heard on AM-990 KSVP. Check out comments from the coaching staff by going to the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|Congressman Goes To School|
Congressman Steve Pearce spent Wednesday morning addressing students at Artesia High School. He was talking about the US Constitution.
|Convenience Station Hours Fall Back|
The City of Carlsbad Solid Waste Department Convenience Station will be open to accept residential waste with abbreviated hours through the winter. The station is located at 302 E. Plaza Street (off Canyon Street, behind the old bus depot) and will operate from 7 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. These hours will be in effect from November 3 until March 9, 2015, when we resume Daylight... More >>
|ACC Reports No Shows |
Artesia Mayor Phil Burch reported Wednesday on the KSVP Morning Show that the Tuesday night City Council meeting was called off since there were not enough councilors to hold the meeting. He and Mike Winters also talked about water issues. More information can be found in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Allen Weh Talks About Senate Race |
The campaign for the 2014 General Election is getting down to the final days and some polls show the GOP challenger is gaining some ground on Sen. Tom Udall. Hear more by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Could Artesia Get A Freshman High School?|
Artesia School Supt. Dr. Crit Caton says a workshop was held Monday night to discuss it. Before it happens, he says several steps must be taken. A complete recap can be found in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page. (Photo courtesy of NMCEL)
|Memorize This Number|
An Artesia woman wants people to remember this number. 866-978-6002. Pat Kunkle says she was scammed by someone claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service Tax Audit Department. She says the person had a thick Indian accent and said that as of July they owed a lot of money and that they would place holds on her bank accounts and property. She even says that the caller c... More >>