Further information is pending an accident report from the Roswell Police Department.
A $673,775 federal grant that is due to be disbursed soon is helping toward that aim.
He added that business recruitment also should benefit from the project.
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Wildermuth said a man inside the home had been ushered out the back door by firefighters.
Wildermuth said, in response, firefighters retreated toward the front door, and the RPD was called.
Zachary Tims was charged with burglary at the 2000 block of North Main Street at 12:10 a.m.
Police were dispatched to a report of assault at the 800 block of East Hendricks Street at 7 a.m.
Police were dispatched to an attempted suicide at the 600 block of South Union Avenue at 6:21 p.m.
RDR: Is there any pressure to win at Goddard? Was there any pressure to win at Hagerman?
RDR: How do you keep yourself and your kids motivated and looking forward?
RDR: I would like to know your thoughts on what it is like to coach at the 5A level?
RDR: Is there any difference in athletes- like the NFL from college, bigger, stronger, faster?
RDR: This is your fourth year have you had to make any adjustments in your coaching?
RDR: Do you teach a lot in your practices?
RDR: Who are your mentors in the game of basketball and what have they taught you?
Houghtaling said the second quarter was a different story as Carlsbad outscored Artesia 26-5.
“Two good quarters for us and two good quarters for them,” Houghtaling said.
Senior Gracie Puentes was Artesia’s leading scorer with 12 points.
So what does Artesia take from the loss to Carlsbad?
Houghtaling had praise for Carlsbad’s Carsyn Boswell, she led her team in points on Tuesday night.
Artesia Head Coach Michael Mondragon said his team struggled in the opening half.
“Thought we turned the ball over a little too much,” he said.
He said the Bulldogs were down eight at the half. Artesia adjusted the game plan at halftime.
Mondragon said Artesia will be looking, “to get better.”
As for the findings, the Air Force states:
The next day the press reported that fighter pilot Lieutenant William Patterson said:
According to Ruppelt, the actual investigation ruled out temperature inversions.
Ruppelt said this case convinced many in the Air Force that UFOs were interplanetary spaceships.
On August 25, 1941, Joaquin was born to Jose Moralez and Simonia Urias in Boquillas de San Isidro, Chihuahua, Mexico. A man of many traits, Joaquin loved gardening, caring for his animals, fixing cars, and taking care of his ranch.
Amongst his favorite things to do was spending time with his family. He always made sure his family was taken care of above all things. Joaquin loved to make everyone laugh by being a clown. One of his favorite ways to make his family laugh was by making up songs, singing to his family and his beloved wife, Lupe. Joaquin was a very entertaining storyteller. The family enjoyed his many stories about his childhood and younger days.
For every holiday, he enjoyed making his famous asado for all of his family to eat. Joaquin was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle, son, and friend to many. He will be greatly missed and be forever loved.
Those left to cherish Joaquin’s memory are his loving wife, Guadalupe S. Morales; children: Joaquin Morales Jr. and wife, Delma of Monahans, TX, Belia Morales and husband, Chris of Andrew, TX, Norma Morales of Monahans, TX, Irma Dutchover of Dexter, NM, Raul S. Morales and wife, Renee of Carlsbad, NM, Delma S. Morales of Dexter, NM, Charlie Morales and wife, Adrianea of Roswell, NM; grandchildren: Stefanie, Monique, Tracy, Johnny, Tiffany, Miranda, Mariah, Serena; great-grandchildren: Alena, Zaidee, Ayven, Kallie, Isaiah, Baby Joaquin siblings: Armando Moralez of Saragosa, TX, Tranquilino Moralez of San Antonio, TX, Ramon Moralez of Kosse, TX, Seno Nunez of Monahans, TX; numerous nieces and nephews; and loving pet, Shoe Shoe Morales of Dexter, NM.
Preceding Joaquin in death were his parents: Jose Moralez and Simonia Moralez; brothers: Juan Moralez, Manuel Moralez, Felix Moralez; sisters: Dulce Bejaran and Amelia Bejaran; and precious pets: Sarah, Scooby and Daisy.
Pallbearers will be: Raul Morales, Charlie Morales, Johnny Rodriguez, Chris Craft, Abel Leyba and Tomas Bejaran.
God Saw You Getting Tired
and a cure was not to be.
So He put His arms around you
and whispered, “Come with Me.”
With tearful eyes we
watched you slowly fade away.
Although we loved you dearly,
we would not make you stay.
A golden heart stopped beating,
your hard-working hands put to rest,
God broke our hearts to prove to us
He only takes the best
Joaquin’s family lovingly wrote this tribute in his honor.
She was born Cynthia Ritter in the Bronx, New York, in 1929, graduated from Morris High School, and married Maurice Lawner in 1949. She lovingly raised her two daughters and worked as a bookkeeper in Queens, New York.
Cynthia is survived by her two daughters, Leslie Lawner and her husband Robert Carroll, and their two children Matthew and Casey (and her husband Chris Smith), and Debra Rich and her husband Randall, and their two sons Adam and Cory. She dearly loved her grandchildren and treasured her time with them.
The family is indebted to the members of First Presbyterian Church of Roswell for their many kindnesses to Cynthia, and to Margo Fullinwider for her loving care in Cynthia’s time in New Mexico. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to the Humane Society of the United States or the Alzheimer’s Association.
No services will be held at this time.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Ballard Funeral Home and Crematory. An online registry can be accessed at ballardfuneralhome.com.
On November 5, 1935, Armando was born to Rodrigo Gutierrez and Catalina Cabrrera in El Bosque, Chihuahua, Mexico. He worked as a laborer in Dexter. Armando married his love, Tillie Salcido, on September 20, 1959. He enjoyed growing his garden, coaching baseball and watching his favorite professional football team – the Dallas Cowboys. Above all, his greatest joy was spending time with each of his grandchildren, whom he loved very much.
Those left to cherish Armando’s memory are his loving wife, Tillie Gutierrez; children: Israel Gutierrez and wife, Yvonne, Irene Gutierrez, Irma Ramirez and husband, Fidencio; siblings: Emma Sanchez and husband, Manual, Ernesto Gutierrez and wife, Adela, Ofilia Montanez; grandchildren: Steven Ramirez, Justin Ramirez, Anthony Ramirez, Michael Ripley, Shaun Juarez, and Shalee Gutierrez; great-grandchildren: Tristan Juarez, JJ Juarez, Laci Juarez, Chayse Costa, Aaron Ramirez, and Reed Ramirez; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Preceding Armando in death are one child, Adam Gutierrez; father, Rodrigo Gutierrez; mother, Catilena Gutierrez; siblings: Robert Gutierrez, Lydia Avila, and Raquel Rede; nephew, Armando Gutierrez; and niece, Gloria Rede.
Police Chief Gary Jenkins declined to reveal the contents of the note.
They weren’t the only ones grieving.
Numbers show why mental health has become such a serious issue on college campuses.
Hainline said the stats are similar for athletes, something Selmanovic found in her own research.
“Getting athletes to know the resources are out there, that’s the biggest thing,” she added.
Former Clemson football player Jay Guillermo understands.
Allen Crabbe scored 20 points and Joe Harris had 18 for the Nets, who lost their third straight.
Nets: Brooklyn has lost five straight at home. … The Nets have dropped the last six meetings.
POPOVICH ON …
Spurs: Visit Toronto on Friday night.
Nets: Host Miami on Friday night.
Shake Milton gave Jankovich that and more.
“Might have been better than perfect,” Jankovich said.
Like much of the game, the Mustangs made shots when it mattered.
By the 10-minute mark of the second half, Emelogu and Chargois each had four fouls.
“I thought our execution was excellent,” Jankovich said.
Marshall gave credit to a “better game plan.”
HOME STATE VIBES
“It felt like we lost two minutes just to that,” Marshall said.
SMU: Hosts Tulane on Saturday.
Wichita State: Plays at Houston on Saturday.
NEW YORK (AP) — Jay Bruce was surprised by the free-agent market.
While maintaining patience, Alderson chose not to wait for a possible further drop in Bruce’s price.
“That was definitely a factor,” he said. “It’s something we paid attention to.”
HOUSTON (AP) — Gerrit Cole is joining a rotation filled with aces.
Keuchel won the 2015 AL Cy Young Award. Verlander earned the 2011 AL Cy Young and MVP honors.
Among Astros pitchers, Cole is familiar with Charlie Morton, his former Pirates teammate.
Following the trade, Cole heard from Astros catcher Brian McCann.
“Otherwise we cut the power to the referee on the pitch, and that is not right.”
The red cards were shown in the final four minutes.