Jordan Ownby is an Arizona cowgirl born and raised! Currently residing in Chino Valley, she is the 19-year-old daughter of Chad and Dana Ownby, and is enrolled at Yavapai College. Jordan has spent most of her life on horseback, competing through the
Belen, NM - Please cancel the Amber Alert for Marissa Bibiano. She has been located by the Belen Police Department and is safe. Please contact the Belen Police Department for more information.
Belen, NM - The following is information for the distribution of an Amber Alert from the Belen Police
Photo of Zack Taylor courtesy of Tom Vaughan of FeVa Fotos
By Mary Alice Murphy
A forum on border control and immigration, hosted by the Grant County Federated Republican Woman, took place Tuesday, May 23, 2017 and featured retired Border Patrol agent Zack Taylor.
Don Luhrsen, president of the Grant
On Tuesday May 23, 2017, around 7:28 p.m. New Mexico State Police officers responded to a call of a man lying on the side of I-10 west bound at mile post 63.
The man told the officer he was a transient and while going through trash bins at Bowlin's Gas Station near I-10, had a verbal
Tuesday May 23, 2017, 5:25 a.m. /Luna County
Yesterday morning, May 23, 2017, around 5:25 a.m., New Mexico State Police officers responded to Interstate 10, mile marker 46 in reference to a fatal motor vehicle crash.
The preliminary investigation revealed that a 2009 Chevrolet Minivan driven by
By Roger Lanse
At Tuesday's, May 23, town meeting, and citing “a whole lot of uncertainties about our revenues for the next fiscal year,” and the requirement to adopt a preliminary budget by the end of May, Town Manager Alex Brown recommended approval of a resolution to increase property tax rates
On Monday May 22, 2017 around 8:15 a.m., a New Mexico State Police officer was notified of a vehicle crash on State Road 90 at mile post 37. While en route to the scene, the responding officer learned that the situation had escalated.
When the officer arrived on scene, he learned that Michael
The Grant County 4-H shooting sports county contest was held April 12-15 which determined the teams for the state competition. Several 4-H members competed for coveted spots on the shooting sports teams competing at state. All 4-H members did exceptionally well during the grueling county
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