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Sports Roundup and a Look Back 30 Years Ago at Alamogordo High SchoolAlamogordo Conservative DailyNewsBreak Contributor
This Was a BAIT & SWITCH - Alamogordo Public Schools Community MeetingAlamogordo SentinelNewsBreak Contributor
APS Community Forum: Connecting Parents & LeadersAlamogordo Conservative DailyNewsBreak Contributor
Alamogordo Police Department Activity and arrest 18th thru 19th 2023Alamogordo Conservative DailyNewsBreak Contributor
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Man struck, killed in hit-and-run crash in Alamogordo
EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — A 56-year-old man was struck by a vehicle and killed in what Alamogordo Police are calling a fatal hit-and-run crash. At about 2:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, an officer with the Alamogordo Police found a dead man along the 600 block of First Street with “injuries consistent with being struck […]
These Ruidoso, NM based puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Ruidoso.
Alamogordo Police Department Activity and arrest 18th thru 19th 2023
Police activity logs are provided to the AlamogordoTownNews.com staff and Krazy KALHRadio.org Streaming Radioby the Alamogordo Police Department. FTA is short for failure to appear. FTP is short for failure to pay fines. TRO is temporary restraining order.
Otero County pays out $45,000 for Couy Griffin’s actions
ALAMOGORDO, N.M. (KRQE) – The County of Otero is paying for the actions of former Otero County Commissioner Couy Griffin. The “Cowboys for Trump” cofounder found himself in hot water for his participation in the January 6 event, was barred from public office, and now his actions are still impacting the county. Alamogordo resident Matthew Crecelius […]
Immerse Yourself in Natural Beauty: Discover Alamogordo's Top 3 Parks
In this article, we explore three captivating parks in Alamogordo. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Alamogordo Daily News updates its comic page offerings
The Alamogordo Daily News is continually asking what we can do to improve our reader's experience, especially when it comes to our popular Sunday edition. In an effort to improve on our service to readers the newspaper is refreshing its comic page offerings. Beginning Oct. 2, readers will notice a...
Sports Roundup and a Look Back 30 Years Ago at Alamogordo High School
Alamogordo Sports 101.9 FM 1230 AM Alamogordo High School Tiger Athlete of the week for the week of 9-22-23 was awarded to Adelynn DeBoef of the Lady Tiger Cross Country Team. The Tiger Athlete of the Week is sponsored by The Winners' Circle Check out her interview here on 101.9 FM at https://youtu.be/UvVBRXra0Mg?si=c3Hji83tkX6ik8ft.
This Was a BAIT & SWITCH - Alamogordo Public Schools Community Meeting
Tonight was the Alamogordo Public Schools’ Community Meeting at the APS High School Cafeteria at 5:30 p.m. It was advertised as Livestream on YouTube with an “opportunity to ask questions and receive answers. If you cannot attend in person, questions can be sent in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.” What was presented was a slide show presented by Acting Superintendent Renteria and Deputy Superintendent Tagle showing a PR piece showing their “accomplishments.” At the end of the presentation, the meeting attendees were then instructed to visit the tables arranged by APS departments on the perimeter of the cafeteria that were staffed by APS personnel to answer any questions the people might have. At that point, the livestream was killed at 23 minutes. No questions, as promised, were able to be asked in person or from ones emailed in advance.
Sky Country Estates MDWCA water users do not have to boil their water anymore
A boil water advisory issued on Sept. 8 has been lifted for households in the Sky Country Estates (MDWCA) Mutual Domestic Water Consumers Association. The New Mexico Environment Department's Drinking Water Bureau had originally set in place an advisory for residents to boil their water after traces of E. coli were found in waters samples collected from the water system.
Battle of the Food Trucks Round 2 at Washington Park
The Battle of the Food Trucks Round 2 returns in October 2023 with over 20 food trucks competing for six different awards. Here's what to know about the 2023 Battle of the Food Trucks:. How to attend Battle of the Food Trucks. Where: Washington Park, 100 Washington Avenue in Alamogordo.
Hobbs Police Department receives threats of a school shooting
HOBBS, N.M. — The Hobbs Police Department released a statement through Facebook about threats of a school shooting via Snapchat. According to New Mexico State Police, they were provided screenshots of the school shooting threat through the social media app in the area of Alamogordo, NM. The City of...
The Mystery is Afoot at The Lodge This November!
In the dawn of a new space age, The Spaced Out Corporation invites applicants to The Lodge at Cloudcroft for a chance to join a historic Mars mission on the Marsflower Spacecraft. As the competition heats up, a deadly rivalry brews and one of the applicants is found murdered. Can you uncover the truth or will you find yourself spaced out permanently…?
Experience Alamogordo: A Guide to the 3 Best Mexican Foods
In this article, we explore three delightful Mexican dishes that you can find in Alamogordo. Have you had the chance to sample any of these culinary delights? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
White Sands NP plans night of jazz during next full moon
El Paso, Texas (KTSM) — White Sands National Park has always been an incredible place to take in a full-moon night. The national park, just outside of Alamogordo, New Mexico, has something up its sleeve to make the next full moon that much more special. The park will host...
APS Community Forum: Connecting Parents & Leaders
Under the leadership of Alamogordo Public Schools Acting Superintendent Pamela Renteria the system invited the public to come and ask questions of the 22 different department leaders as well as Colleen Tagle Operations Deputy Superintendent and School Board Members. Board members present were Board President Judy Rabon, member Amanda Jewell, and member Carol Teweleit.
Embrace Ruidoso's Autumn: Local Apple Delicacies and Where to Find Them
Southern New Mexico's autumn is characterized by apple harvests. This season witnesses a rise in apple-based dishes in local restaurants, especially in Ruidoso. Popular dishes include apple pies with unique spicy twists like Hatch green chile apple pie and chipotle caramel apple.
APS Settlement Submitted to 12th Judicial Court Paving Way for Superintendent Exit
The Flickinger Center and Lori Black filed a lawsuit against the Alamogordo Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kenneth Moore, the Board of Education of Alamogordo Public Schools and the records keeper in response to IPRA requests which were allegedley not completed timely or completely.
Alamogordo NOW - City Commission hires new manager and more
Alamogordo NOW - some city/county leaders consider gun resolutions/ordinances, City Commission hires new manager, and more. Every Tuesday, KRWG News features journalists from the Almorgodo Daily News to get us up to speed on news in Alamogordo, Otero and Lincoln counties, and Ruidoso.
A Battle for Truth: We Will NOT Be Silenced!
Apparently, our website came under attack. Unfortunately, this is not uncommon in the “interverse.” We have been publishing articles exposing the actions of the Alamogordo Public Schools and School Board. It seems almost impossible to believe there would be any connection. However, our website AlamogordoSentinel.com is down but will be up and running again later today. Some may try to “stop the presses” but our First Amendment Rights will prevail. Whatever it takes!
Ham the Astrochimp's Journey into Space
Ham the Astrochimp's Project Mercury mission paved the way for human spaceflight. AT THE NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF SPACE HISTORY, in Alamogordo, visitors leave bananas on the gravestone of Ham the Astrochimp as a tribute to the first great ape who was launched into space. “Before an American went to space, it was a chimpanzee that really paved the way,” says Michael Shinabery, the museum’s education specialist. “Ham proved mankind could live and work in space.” Concerned about the environmental effects of space and extreme heat of reentry on the human body, NASA scientists began considering other options for spaceflight testing and trained 40 chimpanzees at Holloman Air Force Base, in Alamogordo. Known as No. 65 or Chang before his flight, Ham (an acronym for Holloman Aerospace Medical Center) launched on a suborbital test mission as a part of Project Mercury on January 31, 1961. The 16 ½-minute flight ended early when the rocket’s fuel ran out, but Ham was safely recovered at sea, more than 130 miles away from the landing area.