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Roswell Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Trafficking Charges

by Richard Morris

KBIM Radio News


Thirty-year-old Raymond Lariva has pled guilty to federal trafficking and firearms charges.  The Roswell man was indicted on the charges over a year ago.  He is accused of disposing of several ounces of meth while trying to flee police who were executing an arrest warrant.  Officers later seized firearms belonging to Lariva.  He could face anywhere from 15 years to life.  Investigators included the Roswell Police Department and the Roswell Office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.



ChavesCountyFair Schedule for July 30th

by Richard Morris

KBIM Radio News


The judging events in the 2014 Chaves County 4-H and FFA Fair wrap up today with only the Jr Livestock Sale Scheduled for tomorrow.

Here are the events scheduled for today.

8 AM Heifer Show followed by Steer Show

12 Noon...All pulls due.

4 PM-Wood Lead and Fashion Extravaganza immediately followed by the Berrendo 4-H Pignitary Pig Show which will immediately be followed by the awards program


HobbsMan Arrested on Credit Card Charges

by Richard Morris

KBIM Radio News


Hobbs Police report the arrest of a local man on credit card fraud charges after he is alleged to have used a stolen credit card, spending $1300 on it.  Police say the charges stem from an incident in which a woman noticed several transactions on her account that she did not recognize and she never got a replacement card for the one she lost.  She says someone used her card about 23 times.


Former Carlsbad Surgeon Being Looked at In Death of Nurse

by Richard Morris

KBIM Radio News


The Carlsbad Daily Argus reports that New Mexico State Police are looking into a connection between a former Carlsbad surgeon and the death of a Grants woman.  The article says 42-year-old Selena Owens died July 9th from unknown causes.  Police say Owens’s boyfriend, Robert Pendrak called the Cibola County dispatch on June 21st to report that Owens was unresponsive.   



Tax Free Weekend For Students And Families

(Albuquerque, NM)  --  Now is the time to go back-to-school shopping in New Mexico.  Governor Susana Martinez announced the "tax-free weekend" yesterday.  It begins this Friday and ends on Sunday at midnight.  Non-taxable items include clothes, shoes and school supplies.  The move comes to prepare students for their return to the classrooms



New Mexico Ranked Low For Healthcare Return

(Undated)  --  People in New Mexico aren't getting a lot of bang for their buck when it comes to healthcare.  Financial social network WalletHub lists New Mexico as the 33rd-worst state for healthcare investment return, which means the cost outweighs the quality of treatment.  Minnesota tops the list.  Mississippi is last



Memorial For Slain Homeless Men

(Albuquerque, NM)  --  A memorial is being held for two homeless men who were fatally beaten in Albuquerque.  Noon Day Ministries and St. Martin's are putting on the service for Kee Thompson and Allison Gorman.  Three teens are suspected of the brutal killings.  The service is being held at Noon Day this Saturday at 11 a.m.






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