State takeover unrelated to volunteer’s actions

By Darrell Todd Maurina Decisions by state regulators to take over and then shut down Buena Vista Nursing Home had nothing to do with the actions of a state-appointed volunteer who propositioned Buena Vista employees for sex, an attorney for the state said Saturday. District Judge Stephen Quinn didn’t make a final ruling Saturday but […]

May 30 Floyd School News

By Jennifer Essary Upcoming Events • The next School Board meeting is June 14th at 7 p.m. Scholarship Recipients Floyd Quilting Bee Memorial, Wade Mobley and Carina Mendoza; Electric Coop, Cindy Andrade, Corina Mendoza, Ryan Kropf, Ryan Martin, Mary Ann Sullivan; Floyd Lions Club, Chance Chenault, Cindy Andrade; Masonic Lodge, Chance Chenault; New Mexico Christian […]

Researchers look into manure-based energy

Tony Parra Nothing goes to waste. Not even waste goes to waste. Not anymore, at least. Researchers at New Mexico State University are investigating a more efficient method of creating electric energy out of manure. NMSU civil engineers Z.A. Samani and Adrian Hanson have been working on enhancing the two-phase bio-fermentation process, which would be […]

Officials against Billy the Kid investigation

Freedom Newspapers Freedom Newspapers Officials from the village of Fort Sumner issued a press release Tuesday criticizing an ongoing effort to exhume the bodies of Billy the Kid and his mother, Catherine Antrim. They characterized the action as a cheap stunt designed to further the personal interests of Lincoln County Sheriff Tom Sullivan, De Baca […]