Sat. Mar 28th, 2020
New Mexico schools will remain closed- SANTA FE (KSMX)- On Friday, March 27, Governor Lujan Grisham announced that New Mexico public education will shift to a learn-at-home model as schools remain closed for the rest of the academic year. This decision, which was made in consultation with the New Mexico Public Education… <Read More>
Governor requests deployment of Army hospital to NM, 136 confirmed COVID-19 cases- SANTA FE (KSMX)- New Mexico state health officials on Thursday announced 24 additional positive tests for COVID-19 bringing the total confirmed cases to 136. In the latest update from the Department of Health, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has formally requested that the U.S. Defense Department… <Read More>
Grocery stores working hard to serve you- CLOVIS (KSMX)- Officials confirmed the first positive case of COVID-19 in Curry County. Clovis Mayor, David Lansford, commented on the issue advising, “it was inevitable there would be cases in the area, but we must remain calm and think of our neighbors.” In interviews with different… <Read More>
Confirmed cases in 5 different Texas Panhandle Counties- CASTRO COUNTY (KSMX)- A sixth case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Castro County which consists of Dimmit, Nazareth, Hart and Arney towns. According to Lubbock health officials, this case was confirmed Wednesday by the CDC in Lubbock. All six cases are in the Nazareth… <Read More>
New Mexico COVID-19 Update- SANTA FE (KSMX)- New Mexico has now had a total of 112 positive tests for COVID-19. A previously reported positive case in Chaves County was determined to be a clerical error; the patient has been informed, and the state court has been amended to reflect that… <Read More>
New alert system to be put into place- SANTA FE (KSMX)-In the wake of the current health pandemic,  The state of New Mexico will use an emergency alert system, disseminated from the state’s Emergency Operations Center, when conditions warrant. According to the release, this system is similar to Amber Alerts which is used… <Read More>
New Mexico Officials issue new orders to preserve the supply of masks, gloves- SANTE FE (KSMX)- Gov. Michelle Lujan Grishan announced two more public health orders that are geared towards protecting New Mexico’s supply of personal protective equipment health care workers need to stay safe during the COVID-19 crisis. One order prohibits non-essential health services, defined as services… <Read More>

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SPORTS UPDATE- On March 9: BASEBALL University of Texas Permian Basin 18 Eastern New Mexico University 6 <Read More>

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