N.M. COVID-19 cases now at 28,692; 11 new cases in Eddy County; 206 new cases, five deaths statewide
New Mexico state health officials on Saturday announced 206 additional COVID-19 cases, including 11 in Eddy County.
Local officials, health care professionals urge Artesians to get tested, help prevent spread of COVID-19
In response to both Eddy County’s uptick in positive cases of COVID-19 and alarming comments on social media suggesting that residents of Artesia and the county stop testing for COVID in order to bring the county’s positive case totals down, local officials and health care professionals are rushing to urge citizens to do their part to slow the recent spread.
The Artesia Public Schools (APS) Board of Education held a special meeting today to discuss its plans for the near future in light of the fact that several counties in Southeast New Mexico may not be able to move forward with the New Mexico Public Education Department’s (NMPED) hybrid learning model due to increased cases of COVID-19.
New Mexico state health officials on Friday announced 263 additional COVID-19 cases, including 27 in Eddy County.
The Eddy County Sheriff's Office (ECSO) is continuing to investigate a shooting death that occurred Wednesday evening near Carlsbad.
Artesia High School has released its tentative schedule for spring varsity football in 2021.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Environmental science students at Navajo Technical University are often asked by their professors about how they want to give back to their Navajo Nation communities.
Updated: 12:31 pmCHICAGO (AP) — A man walks up to a squad car and opens fire on two sheriff’s deputies sitting inside. Two police officers are shot after responding to sounds of gunfire during a protest.
NEW YORK (AP) — Lawyers for TikTok pleaded with a U.S. federal judge on Sunday to delay the Trump Administration's ban of the popular video sharing program from app stores set to take effect at the end of the day, arguing the move would infringe on First Amendment rights and do irreparable harm to the business.
NEW YORK (AP) — Toni Morrison is on the list. So are John Green and Harper Lee. And John Steinbeck and Margaret Atwood. All wrote books that were among the 100 most subjected to censorship efforts over the past decade, as compiled by the American Library Association.