Month: February 2017

Feds give OK on key road to Spaceport America in New Mexico

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) – Federal authorities have given the green light on a key step to upgrade a southern New Mexico road to an aerospace economic [...]

Will New Mexico Join the Next Generation of Clean Energy Leaders?

More and more states across the country are redefining what it means to be a clean energy leader by doubling down on their commitments to deploy solar, wind, [...]

Legal marijuana: Potential ‘bud boom’ for New Mexico?

As New Mexico's state legislature talks about possibly legalizing recreational marijuana, KOB's Caleb James looks at what that could do for the [...]

Heavy Lifting at the Brewery in T or C

A rare crane sighting was reported in Truth or Consequences today -- not the bird, but the heavy equipment. Broadway Avenue downtown was briefly slimmed to one [...]

Spaceport America launches free virtual field trips for NM classrooms

Spaceport America on Tuesday announced a nationwide partnership with FieldTripZoom, a web-based provider of live and interactive virtual field trips. The [...]

Texas wins a round in epic water battle with New Mexico

New Mexico should be more inclined to negotiate with Texas after a recent ruling in an epic lawsuit over water in the Rio Grande, a Texas official said [...]

New Mexico Economic Development Announces LEDA Grant to Truth or Consequences Brewery

Truth or Consequences, NM - Today, Economic Development Secretary Matt Geisel announced that Truth or Consequences Brewing Company will be opening in Truth or [...]

Help Wanted Roundup for Feb 12, 2017

Businesses: submit your jobs and press releases.  |   Job Hunters: Check previous roundups. Health Care Jobs Sierra Health Care seeks CNAs, nurses, and [...]

Next stop for Elephant Butte water dispute: US Supreme Court

For New Mexico, a lot is at stake. Though Texas also named Colorado in the suit, its real target is New Mexico. Texas alleges that by allowing farmers in [...]

Rebecca Dow has plan to revitalize downtowns

When Rebecca Dow decided to run for the state House of Representatives, she drove around her sprawling district and saw run-down vacant buildings in [...]