Online registration is now open for the 20th National Cave and Karst Management Symposium (NCKMS)! The conference will be in Carlsbad, New Mexico, on 4-8 November 2013. NCKMS covers all fields of cave and karst management (geology, biology, legal, show caves, restoration, and more) and is an excellent forum to exchange ideas and network within
(Pine Springs, TX) Roger E. Reisch, the first employee at Guadalupe Mountains National Park passed away peacefully in Edmond, Oklahoma on Tuesday, February 12, 2013. He was 89. Roger Eugene Reisch was born in the Richmond Heights area of St. Louis, Missouri, on February 6, 1924. He was the second of five children of August
ALBUQUERQUE – Joe and Lisa Woodruff of Hobbs claimed a $2 million Powerball® prize from the New Mexico Lottery today. Their New Mexico Lottery ticket was the eighth of 2012 to win $1 million or more. The Woodruffs were lucky twice. First, their ticket for the game’s Nov. 28 drawing matched the white ball numbers
CARLSBAD, NM – 5 November 2012 — The City of Carlsbad Solid Waste Department Convenience Station will be open to accept residential waste with abbreviated hours through the winter. The station is located at 302 E. Plaza Street (off Canyon Street, behind the old bus depot) and will operate from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Ad Venture Marketing, publisher of Focus on Carlsbad, was recently named as one of the “Top 25 Advertising Agencies” for the state of New Mexico by the New Mexico Business Weekly. Ad Venture Marketing, which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year, was chosen by the Weekly based on numerous areas, including capitalized billings. “The business was basically started
Ad Venture Marketing is pleased to announce the addition of Lilly Anaya to the team as an Advertising Consultant and the promotion of Alyx Duncan to the position of Advertising Director. Lilly Anaya Ad Venture Marketing, the publisher of the popular Focus on Carlsbad magazine, is a full-service marketing agency offering creative
For 21 years, CARC, INC., has served the recycling needs of Carlsbad through Rainbow Recycling, a division of CARC. Yet the increasing demand and need for recycling eventually surpassed Rainbow’s limited capacity, capping the maximum production at 400 tons annually. This prompted a dynamic partnership between Rainbow Recycling, the City of Carlsbad , and Eddy