KBIM Radio News
Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014
ROSWELL – Lovelace Regional Hospital will host an open house for its new cath lab today beginning at 4 p.m. at the hospital. The ribbon cutting is scheduled for about 4:15 p.m.
Dawn Tschaburn, CEO of LRH states that, “It’s state of the art, HD; it’s the best technology that is in Southeast New Mexico right now.
“It provides additional clarity so our providers have visual clarity to what they are working on, whether it’s a heart or some other vessel in the body, they can see it so clearly, they can almost see a single blood cell as it goes by it’s amazing,” she said.
The cost of the lab and equipment cost just over 2.5 million dollars.
ROSWELL – Keep Roswell Beautiful along with two other city departments and Xcel Energy are teaming up to host a field trip for more than 100 students’ fourth and fifth graders from Del Norte Elementary and All Saints Catholic School for an Earth Day classroom at Loveless Park.
The even happens today from 9:30 a.m. till 1:30 p.m.
Topics of discussion are Tree Talk, the importance of animals in today’s environment.
ROSWELL – Healthy and Green in 2014 is being held today at the Roswell Convention and Civic Center from 6-8 p.m.
The event is being held in conjunction with Keep Roswell Beautiful, ENMU-R and the Roswell Medical Center.
One on one provider consultations is available for immunizations, blood sugar, bone health, blood pressure, men’s health, nutrition among other health related concerns.
Learn how Going Green can help to lengthen your life, and other important information.
ROSWELL – Roswell Police are investigating a one vehicle accident involving an SUV that occurred at the corner of West Alameda and Wyoming on Monday
According to witnesses at the scene, the driver of the SUV was traveling at a high rate of speed traveling east on Alameda when his vehicle jumped the curb on Wyoming and rammed through two home...s before coming to rest in the patio area of a third house.
One witness told KBIM Radio News, that the driver’s injuries were gruesome in nature.
RPD’s Spokesperson Sabrina Morales reports that the driver was taken to a local hospital his injuries are unknown.
Fortunately, no one was home at any of the three homes when the accident occurred.