Before you visit Carlsbad Caverns, read about the different tours available. Tours include Kings Palace, Left Hand Tunnel, Hall of the White Giant, Slaughter Canyon Cave, Spider Cave, The Big Room and the Lower Cave.
Those in good physical health will enjoy the Natural Entrance Self-Guided Tour.…
The 3-hour long Lower Cave Tour may be just what adventurous souls are seeking…
Some cavern features are so large that they seem almost manufactured. Kings Palace,…
The Spider Cave Tour is strenuous and interesting enough that even experienced…
There are few places left where one can have a real adventure. The Hall of the…
Those who want to experience some of the most striking scenery will do well to…
Unlike many of the caves in the Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Slaughter Cave…
The Big Room Tour is one of the easiest of the tours available at Carlsbad Caverns.…
A study conducted in 2011 showed 94 percent of consumers using Google as a preferred search engine never went past the Page 1 results. The trend has continued ever since. The reason behind this is the same reason companies continue to increase their… » Read More
In a world that is becoming increasingly dependent upon technology – ok, actually 100% dependent now - consumers are beginning to see shopping apps for their mobile devices not as a novelty, but as the norm. » Read More
Homeowners Associations have gotten a bit of a bad rap in recent years. While there is no doubt that some HOAs have overstepped their boundaries, as a general rule, a homeowner's association can be good for homeowners. Here are some reasons HOAs… » Read More
The state champion choir, the Troubadours choir team from Carlsbad High School, has worked long and hard to earn spots for representatives of their choir to attend the American Choral Directors Association National Honor Choir. » Read More
Comfort Keepers recently hosted screenings for National Memory Screening Day in honor of November's National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. The screening, which was designed to catch early signs of the disease, includes a combination of memorization… » Read More
An effort is now underway in the Carlsbad community for the development of a veteran’s cemetery that meets federal and state standards. The movement is led by veteran Adan Rodriguez, the New Mexico National Guard and certain county and city leaders.… » Read More
With hard work comes success, and Carlsbad’s Alfredo Cereceres and his wife Rosie are a testament to that. As the couple prepared the opening of their permanent Junior’s Burritos restaurant last week, they took time to be thankful for all… » Read More
Cafeteria lunches in Carlsbad schools, and others across the nation, are planned by a committee, where school officials, such as Lyman Graham of Carlsbad Municipal School, use nutritional guidelines provided by the government to plan healthy and appealing… » Read More
This past year, the Carlsbad Downtown Farmers Market has been growing more than just produce. Since last year, the actual market has grown by 50 percent and increased its profits by nearly $10,000. With an increase in both produce and customers, MainStreet’s… » Read More
The sign on vendor Patricia Monk's stall at the Eddy County Farmers Market says "Trinidad Scorpion" but there's not an animal in sight. That's because the Trinidad Scorpion is a variety of hot pepper that's considered the second… » Read More
In its prime, the legendary Cavern Theater located in downtown Carlsbad served as a community focal point and place where movie fans flocked to enjoy the latest film releases from Hollywood. But when owner Brad Light passed away, his plans to bring the… » Read More
There’s still time to see the bats at Carlsbad Caverns. This fun and enjoyable program will excite your whole family. » Read More
Judi Waters, the Carlsbad councilwoman, is looking to pass a local and possible statewide ordinance requiring all motorcyclists to wear helmets. The recent death of two motorcyclists has made her push harder to make this law a reality. » Read More
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New Mexico lives up to its nickname, "The Land of Enchantment". Its landscape ranges from rose-colored deserts to snow-capped peaks. It is also home to the largest population of Hispanics in the United States. New Mexico is a leading produces of crude oil and gas. Among its many attractions are Carlsbad Caverns where you can explore more than 100 caves. Affordable homes are available at New Mexico houses for sale.
The city of Carlsbad, N.M. plans to double water rates for businesses in the wake of a boom in oil and gas production that is using large volumes of the resource.
Carlsbad Police are looking for an elderly man who allegedly robbed a bank in order to pay for his wife's surgery.
An elderly man robbed a bank in Carlsbad Thursday, telling the teller that he needed the money to pay for his wife's surgery.
Neighbors of the home where an 88-year-old man was found dismembered and buried say they're baffled about the crime, but no one seems to know much about the residents of 2228.
One woman's alleged neglect of her horses rose to criminal charges of animal cruelty when one of her sorrel geldings was reportedly found dead from malnutrition on Sept.
For most of us, at this time of year, thinking about filing our 2012 income tax return is not high on the to do list.
Carlsbad School Board elections are not until February, but the candidates up for re-election are already preparing their campaigns.
Gov. Susana Martinez on Tuesday appointed Griggs, a Republican, to the District 34 seat.
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Every inch of available space outside Calvary Assembly was filled Monday as more than 100 people waited in line for the church's monthly food distribution to begin - shopping carts, laundry baskets and cardboard boxes in hand.