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Flood Watch Sept. 18, Thursday, through Sept. 19, Friday afternoon

Flood Watch Sept. 18, Thursday, through Sept. 19, Friday afternoon

Flood Watch
National Weather Service El Paso Tx/Santa Teresa Nm
303 Pm Mdt Wed Sep 17 2014

...Moisture And Storm Dynamics From Tropical Storm Odile To Keep
Flash Flood Potential Elevated Across Southwest New Mexico And
Far West Texas Through Thursday...

.The Remnants Of Tropical Storm Odile Is Making Slow ProgressThrough Southeast Arizona And Will Track Into The Gila RegionTonight And Thursday. Deep Southerly Flow Imported A Very WetTropical Atmosphere Over The Borderland Ahead Of This System.Widespread Heavy Rain Producing Rain Showers And EmbeddedThunderstorms Will Continue To Develop Over Southern New MexicoAnd Far West Texas Through Thursday. 2 To 5 Inches Of Rainfall IsLikely Over Southern New Mexico With The Highest Amounts ExpectedFor The Gila Region. Excessive Runoff Over The Gila Region WillCause The Levels In The Gila Regino To Rise To Near Or Above FloodStage On Thursday.-- Continue reading

Hanover Receives Funding for Water Wells

By Jim Owen

Hanover, which continues to receive emergency water supplies from Bayard, got some good news Tuesday.

The New Mexico Finance Authority's Colonias Infrastructure Board, meeting in Cloudcroft, agreed to allow the Hanover Domestic Water Consumer Association to use a previously awarded grant to either rehabilitate the community's wells or drill a new well.-- Continue reading

Grant County Community Health Council spends most of meeting on sector reports-part 1

By Mary Alice Murphy

Because of the absence of Grant County Community Health Council Co-Chairwoman Priscilla Lucero, who usually leads the meeting, Co-Chairwoman Terry Anderson, facilitated the meeting.

She introduced the new health council members and asked them to give a brief overview of their goals for their participation.

Marilyn Alcorn, representing the seniors sector, said her goal was to form partnerships to work on issues that intermingle. "I want to find relationships and create collaborative efforts."-- Continue reading

Details of captures of Martinez and Cole

(Silver City, NM)—The Grant County Sheriff's Office received an anonymous tip on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, Adam BB Martinez, who had escaped from the Grant County Detention Center on Thursday, Sept. 11, -- Continue reading

UPDATED: Adam Martinez and Tyler Cole now in custody

Adam Martinez, who escaped from Grant County Detention Center on September 11, 2014, was captured at 1:15 p.m. today.  After he is medically cleared, he will be taken back into custody.  For security r-- Continue reading

Flood Watch Tuesday, Sept. 16-Wednesday, Sept. 17 evening

Flood Watch Tuesday, Sept. 16-Wednesday, Sept. 17 evening

Flood Watch
National Weather Service El Paso Tx/Santa Teresa Nm
354 Pm Mdt Mon Sep 15 2014

...Moisture Associate With Hurricane Odile Is Spreading Across The
Region Giving Us The Threat For Flash Flooding This Week...-- Continue reading

Fugitive Adam Martinez sighted, but eluded officers

By Roger Lanse

Adam Martinez, a prisoner who escaped from the Grant County detention Center Thursday, Sept. 11, at about 10 p.m. was sighted by a Silver City police officer Monday, Sept. 15, at about 5 a.m. on Gold Street near the city yard driving a blue four-wheeler "like a madman," according to Grant County Sheriff Raul Villanueva.-- Continue reading

National Guard to Close Armory in Santa Clara

By Jim Owen

The National Guard has announced that it plans to close its armory in Santa Clara within a year.

Santa Clara Mayor Richard Bauch recently went to Socorro to meet with National Guard officials. He was named to a board that will decide the future use of the armory building, on the north side of U.S. 180. Some residents have suggested that the facility serve as a youth center or house a private school.

The National Guard, which is consolidating its armories in the state, is building a new one in Las Cruces. The Santa Clara facility is used for meetings and training sessions.-- Continue reading

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