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This is the official municipal government page for the City of Lovington, New Mexico. This page is designed to expand the City's ability to share information about our community with the public. By accessing this page, you agree to the following: CITY OF LOVINGTON SOCIAL MEDIA SITE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE ONLINE CONDUCT You agree to be responsible for your own submissions and postings and for any consequences thereof. You agree to use this site only for lawful purposes. You’re prohibited from posting on or transmitting through the site any unlawful, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, sexually explicit, profane, hateful, racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable material of any kind, including but not limited to any material that encourages conduct that would constitute a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability, or otherwise violate any applicable local, state, national, or international law. Other examples of prohibited conduct include but are not limited to a prohibition against posting files with viruses, impersonating other persons or entities, restricting another person's use of the site, posting or retransmitted spam, chain letters, commercial advertising/solicitation, surveys, or other similar activities. The City of Lovington (“City”) does not control the information posted by you, and has no obligation to monitor your postings. However, if the City is notified of allegedly infringing, defamatory, damaging, illegal or offensive content generated by you, the City may investigate the allegation and determine in its sole discretion whether to remove or request removal of such content from the site. The City may disclose any content or electronic communication of any kind: (1) to satisfy any law, regulation or government request; (2) if such disclosure is necessary or appropriate to operate the site; or (3) to protect the rights of property of owner, its users, or providers. The City reserves the right to prohibit conduct, communication, or content that it deems in its sole discretion to be harmful to individual users, the site, or any rights of the City of Lovington or any third-party, or to violate any applicable law. Notwithstanding the foregoing, neither owner not its providers can ensure prompt removal of questionable content after online posting. Accordingly, neither the City, nor its officers, directors, employees, or agents, nor providers shall assume liability for any action or inaction with respect conduct, communication, or content on the site. SOCIAL MEDIA GUIDELINES A. GENERAL These guidelines govern interactions by you on City controlled interactive media including, but not limited to, websites, blogs, listservs, pages, feeds, channels, and other means of interactive communication. City social media are not private nor protected sites and can be viewed by members of the public. These guidelines apply to all users of City social media, including employees and third parties. You agree to abide by these guidelines in addition to any additional terms used that maybe noted on specific City social media used. B. POSTING PERSONAL, PRIVATE, AND OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION PROHIBITED City social media is generally available to the public. THE POSTING OF PERSONAL, PRIVATE, AND/OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION, WHETHER IT IS APPLICABLE TO YOU OR ANOTHER PARTY, SUCH AS THE ADDRESSES, TELEPHONE NUMBERS, ACCOUNT INFORMATION, PASSWORDS, BALANCES, ETC. ON ANY CITY SOCIAL MEDIA IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED AND YOU AGREE THAT YOU WILL NOT DO SO. The City is not responsible for anything that may occur if you post your own or third parties personal, private, and/or confidential information to owner social media. Further you agree to be responsible for any damages that may result from posting any personal, private, and/or confidential information about you or a third-party. If you have any doubt whether information could be confidential, IT SHOULD NOT BE POSTED. C. DISCUSSION GUIDELINES Your posting on City social media should not contain the following: • Confidential Content. Content which discloses any confidential or non-public third-party information which you do not have permission and/or authority to disclose; • Disparaging Content. Content that disparages any person or entity, including City and any entity affiliated with City, and/or any of their respective products or services; • Infringing Content. Content that violates or infringes the rights of any person or entity including, but not limited to, privacy, publicity and/or intellectual property rights, including the copyrights and brand rights of City and/or of third parties; • Hateful Content. Content that is hateful, tortious, defamatory, slanderous, libelous, or obscene; • Discriminatory Content. Content that promotes bigotry, racism, sexism, hatred or harm against any group or individual or promotes discrimination based on race, sex, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation or age; • Unlawful Content. Content it is unlawful, in violation of or contrary to laws or regulations, including but not limited to those applicable to the City and/or City social media; and • Spam. The City observes and enforces a zero-tolerance policy for posting sales pitches for outside products or services or posting comments that drive traffic to a third party’s website (including for personal, political, or monetary gain). • Post and comments that include vulgar, offensive, threatening or harassing language, personal attacks or unsupported accusations. • Obscene or sexual content or links to obscene or sexual content, illegal activity or encouragement of illegal activity. All decisions regarding whether posting on City social media violates these guidelines will be made by the City Administration, in its sole and absolute discretion. The City reserves the right to remove any posting, whether created by the City, an employee, or a third party, at any time, for any reason, without notice or explanation. D. PUBLIC RECORDS All posts and comments on City of Lovington social media sites are public record and subject to public disclosure. In the event that any posting is removed, a screenshot of the posting will be taken and stored, electronically or in printed format, indefinitely prior to the deletion. This record will be maintained by the City Clerk. E. USER REPRESENTATIONS By using City social media, you represent the right to post the content contained in the message and that you have obtained any necessary permission and clearances. F. POSTING BY THIRD PARTIES, INCLUDING EMPLOYEES The City does not endorse any comments made by third parties, including its employees, unless they are specifically authorized spokespersons for the City. The City does not validate assertions or statements made by third parties. All statements and viewpoints expressed in comments are strictly solely those of the commenter and do not necessarily represent the viewpoints, positions, strategies, or opinions of the City. G. PRIVACY The City is not responsible for the privacy and security polices or practices of Twitter, Facebook, or other similar sites used by the City. H. TERMINATION OF USAGE The City may terminate your access, or suspend your access to all or part of it social media sites without notice, for any conduct that the City, in its sole discretion, believes is in violation of any applicable law or is harmful to the interests of another user, a third party provider, a service provider, or the social media site. I. GOVERNING LAWS AND PROVISIONS The City social media sites were created and controlled by the City of Lovington, New Mexico. As such, the laws of the State of New Mexico will govern these Terms and Conditions of Use. Jurisdiction and venue relating to any litigation or dispute arising out of these Terms and Conditions of Use shall be in the District Court of Lea County, New Mexico, only. If any part of these Terms and Conditions of Use be deemed in violation of the laws or Constitution of New Mexico, only such part thereof shall be thereby invalidated, and all other parts hereof shall remain valid and enforceable. J. SEVERABILITY The provisions of the Terms and Conditions of Use are intended to be severable. If for any reason any provision of these Terms and Conditions of Use shall be held invalid or unenforceable in whole or in part in any jurisdiction, such provision shall, as to such jurisdiction, be ineffective to the extent of such invalidity or unenforceability without in any manner affecting the validity or enforceability thereof in any other jurisdiction or the remaining provisions hereof in any jurisdiction. K. INDEMNITY You shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the City, its employees, agents, officers and officials from any and all claims, demands, losses, causes of action, costs, expenses, and liability of any nature whatsoever, including court costs, attorney’s fees, and any expenses incurred in enforcing this provision, which may result from, arise out of, be related to, or in any way be connected with the use of City of Lovington social media sites or your breach of these Terms and Conditions of Use. L. VIOLATIONS The City reserves the right to seek all remedies available at law and in equity for violations of these Terms and Conditions of Use, including the right to block access. M. ACKNOWLEDGMENT The Terms and Condition of Use, including all documents referenced herein, represent the entire understanding between you and the City of Lovington regarding your relationship with the City of Lovington Social Media Sites and supersedes any prior statements or representations. Upon access to City social media sites, you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions of Use.

Operating as usual

10/31/2020

Hocus Pocus!!!

10/30/2020

The water main break has been repaired. Customers should have their water pressure and flow restored shortly.

10/30/2020

Please be advised that customers may experience very low water pressure and flow over the next few hours as crews work to fix a broken water main.

Hello Lovington! We are starting a new Questions & Answers Series and we want your questions! The first edition will be ...
10/29/2020

Hello Lovington! We are starting a new Questions & Answers Series and we want your questions! The first edition will be the Water Department. We ask that you submit questions you want answered regarding the Water Department, you can submit your questions in the comments below. We will then answer your questions in a live video on Facebook. We will continue this series with every Department in the City so that your questions do not go unanswered.

10/28/2020

Due to weather conditions, trash service has been delayed. In an effort to keep up with service, Waste Management is utilizing additional trucks in residential areas in an effort to collect all Tuesday and Wednesday customers. They are hopeful that they will get this completed today so they can run the Thursday and Friday routes as scheduled.

10/27/2020

Due to inclement weather, City offices will not open until 10 am Wednesday October 28.

Stay safe.

10/27/2020

Due to inclement weather and road conditions, City offices will not be open today.

Stay safe and warm Lovington.

The City will be on a two hour delay tomorrow! Please share!!
10/26/2020

The City will be on a two hour delay tomorrow! Please share!!

Keep Lovington Beautiful
10/21/2020

Keep Lovington Beautiful

It's time to get those large unwanted item picked up. Call and reserve you pick up 575-396-9301

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10/19/2020

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10/17/2020

Pop up Movie channel change!

10/17/2020

Tonight’s drive in movie will be broadcast on 89.7 FM. We apologize for the channel swap but unfortunately someone else started transmitting on our usual frequency.

Movie starts at 7:45 at the Lea County Fairgrounds parking lot. Showing Jeepers Creepers.

It is time for The Great Pumpkin People of Lovington 2020! Please share the details below and give The Great Pumpkin Peo...
10/06/2020

It is time for The Great Pumpkin People of Lovington 2020! Please share the details below and give The Great Pumpkin People of Lovington,NM a like on Facebook!

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Join us October 16th for Lea Theatre's Drive-In Movie Nights showing Jeepers Creepers!
10/01/2020

Join us October 16th for Lea Theatre's Drive-In Movie Nights showing Jeepers Creepers!

There is still funding available to businesses through the City of Lovington Small Business Grant Continuity Program.  A...
09/29/2020

There is still funding available to businesses through the City of Lovington Small Business Grant Continuity Program. After direction by the City Commission, the types of projects and expenses that are eligible for this program have been expanded. See the attached Addendum for a list of eligible expenditures. For an application, please visit www.lovington.org. Don't hesitate to contact City Hall should you have any questions!

The Cemetery will be doing their seasonal clean-up starting October 15th. Staff asks for you to pick up your decorations...
09/24/2020

The Cemetery will be doing their seasonal clean-up starting October 15th. Staff asks for you to pick up your decorations by October 14th so that do not get removed. Please share!

09/13/2020

Local Vocals Concert at the Lea County Fairgrounds!!

09/09/2020
Just a reminder, City Hall will be closed for Labor Day. Have a great and safe weekend everyone!
09/04/2020

Just a reminder, City Hall will be closed for Labor Day. Have a great and safe weekend everyone!

Help spread the word about this grant opportunity to our Lovington businesses!
09/03/2020

Help spread the word about this grant opportunity to our Lovington businesses!

City Hall will be closed on Monday, September 7th for Labor Day!
08/31/2020

City Hall will be closed on Monday, September 7th for Labor Day!

Per NMDOH there has been a total of 1,084 cases of COVID-19 in Lea County. NMDOH also lists that of the positive cases i...
08/27/2020
NMDOH - Coronavirus Updates | Coronavirus Updates in New Mexico

Per NMDOH there has been a total of 1,084 cases of COVID-19 in Lea County. NMDOH also lists that of the positive cases in our County, 412 have recovered and a total of 15,325 tests have been conducted. There has also been a total of 10 deaths reported by the NMDOH in Lea County.

For more information, which includes the total number of positive cases by zip code, please visit https://cv.nmhealth.org

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The Fire Department also received delivery of a new rescue truck late yesterday evening.  This unit, built on a F550 cha...
08/20/2020

The Fire Department also received delivery of a new rescue truck late yesterday evening. This unit, built on a F550 chassis, will carry vehicle extrication equipment, other assorted rescue gear, as well as carrying 500 gallons of water with a foam unit and pump that will allow quick attacks on small fires. This unit was purchased through a Capital Outlay appropriation granted by the NM State Legislature. Once the unit is equipped and in service, we will give a live video tour of the unit and its capabilities.

08/20/2020

Lovington Fire Departments new Tower 1 in service!

Per NMDOH there has been a total of 942 cases of COVID-19 in Lea County. NMDOH also lists that of the positive cases in ...
08/18/2020
NMDOH - Coronavirus Updates | Coronavirus Updates in New Mexico

Per NMDOH there has been a total of 942 cases of COVID-19 in Lea County. NMDOH also lists that of the positive cases in our County, 282 have recovered and a total of 13,875 tests have been conducted. There has also been a total of 7 deaths reported by the NMDOH in Lea County.

For more information, which includes the total number of positive cases by zip code, please visit https://cv.nmhealth.org

i View The Latest Public Health Order s Covid Safe Practices For Individuals & Employers  Where to get tested? Testing Sites & Locations v what to know before I Go Get Tested 2019 Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) COVID-19 is a highly infectious and fast-spreading virus. Symptoms and their eff...

08/15/2020

Movie delay

08/15/2020

Pop Up Drive in August 14, 2020

Per NMDOH there are 14 additional cases of COVID-19 in Lea County, bringing the total number of cases to 890 as of today...
08/14/2020
NMDOH - Coronavirus Updates | Coronavirus Updates in New Mexico

Per NMDOH there are 14 additional cases of COVID-19 in Lea County, bringing the total number of cases to 890 as of today. NMDOH also lists that of the positive cases in our County, 258 have recovered and a total of 13,247 tests have been conducted. There has also been a total of 5 deaths reported by the NMDOH in Lea County.

For more information, which includes the total number of positive cases by zip code, please visit https://cv.nmhealth.org

i View The Latest Public Health Order s Covid Safe Practices For Individuals & Employers  Where to get tested? Testing Sites & Locations v what to know before I Go Get Tested 2019 Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) COVID-19 is a highly infectious and fast-spreading virus. Symptoms and their eff...

Per NMDOH there are 13 additional cases of COVID-19 in Lea County, bringing the total number of cases to 876 as of today...
08/13/2020
NMDOH - Coronavirus Updates | Coronavirus Updates in New Mexico

Per NMDOH there are 13 additional cases of COVID-19 in Lea County, bringing the total number of cases to 876 as of today. NMDOH also lists that of the positive cases in our County, 247 have recovered and a total of 12,996 tests have been conducted. There has also been a total of 5 deaths reported by the NMDOH in Lea County.

For more information, which includes the total number of positive cases by zip code, please visit https://cv.nmhealth.org

i View The Latest Public Health Order s Covid Safe Practices For Individuals & Employers  Where to get tested? Testing Sites & Locations v what to know before I Go Get Tested 2019 Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) COVID-19 is a highly infectious and fast-spreading virus. Symptoms and their eff...

Per NMDOH there are 33 additional cases of COVID-19 in Lea County, bringing the total number of cases to 863 as of today...
08/12/2020
NMDOH - Coronavirus Updates | Coronavirus Updates in New Mexico

Per NMDOH there are 33 additional cases of COVID-19 in Lea County, bringing the total number of cases to 863 as of today. NMDOH also lists that of the positive cases in our County, 233 have recovered and a total of 12,844 tests have been conducted. There has also been a total of 5 deaths reported by the NMDOH in Lea County.

For more information, which includes the total number of positive cases by zip code, please visit https://cv.nmhealth.org

i View The Latest Public Health Order s Covid Safe Practices For Individuals & Employers  Where to get tested? Testing Sites & Locations v what to know before I Go Get Tested 2019 Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) COVID-19 is a highly infectious and fast-spreading virus. Symptoms and their eff...

08/12/2020
Lea Theatre

Lea Theatre

Who would come see Grease at one of our PopUp DriveIns ???
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08/12/2020
Per NMDOH there are 32 additional cases of COVID-19 in Lea County, bringing the total number of cases to 830 as of today...
08/11/2020
NMDOH - Coronavirus Updates | Coronavirus Updates in New Mexico

Per NMDOH there are 32 additional cases of COVID-19 in Lea County, bringing the total number of cases to 830 as of today. NMDOH also lists that of the positive cases in our County, 228 have recovered and a total of 12,734 tests have been conducted. There has also been a total of 5 deaths reported by the NMDOH in Lea County.

For more information, which includes the total number of positive cases by zip code, please visit https://cv.nmhealth.org

i View The Latest Public Health Order s Covid Safe Practices For Individuals & Employers  Where to get tested? Testing Sites & Locations v what to know before I Go Get Tested 2019 Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) COVID-19 is a highly infectious and fast-spreading virus. Symptoms and their eff...

08/11/2020

Phones are now working! Thank you for your patience.

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Other examples of prohibited conduct include but are not limited to a prohibition against posting files with viruses, impersonating other persons or entities, restricting another person's use of the site, posting or retransmitted spam, chain letters, commercial advertising/solicitation, surveys, or other similar activities. The City of Lovington (“City”) does not control the information posted by you, and has no obligation to monitor your postings. However, if the City is notified of allegedly infringing, defamatory, damaging, illegal or offensive content generated by you, the City may investigate the allegation and determine in its sole discretion whether to remove or request removal of such content from the site. The City may disclose any content or electronic communication of any kind: (1) to satisfy any law, regulation or government request; (2) if such disclosure is necessary or appropriate to operate the site; or (3) to protect the rights of property of owner, its users, or providers. The City reserves the right to prohibit conduct, communication, or content that it deems in its sole discretion to be harmful to individual users, the site, or any rights of the City of Lovington or any third-party, or to violate any applicable law. Notwithstanding the foregoing, neither owner not its providers can ensure prompt removal of questionable content after online posting. Accordingly, neither the City, nor its officers, directors, employees, or agents, nor providers shall assume liability for any action or inaction with respect conduct, communication, or content on the site. SOCIAL MEDIA GUIDELINES A. GENERAL These guidelines govern interactions by you on City controlled interactive media including, but not limited to, websites, blogs, listservs, pages, feeds, channels, and other means of interactive communication. City social media are not private nor protected sites and can be viewed by members of the public. These guidelines apply to all users of City social media, including employees and third parties. You agree to abide by these guidelines in addition to any additional terms used that maybe noted on specific City social media used. B. POSTING PERSONAL, PRIVATE, AND OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION PROHIBITED City social media is generally available to the public. THE POSTING OF PERSONAL, PRIVATE, AND/OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION, WHETHER IT IS APPLICABLE TO YOU OR ANOTHER PARTY, SUCH AS THE ADDRESSES, TELEPHONE NUMBERS, ACCOUNT INFORMATION, PASSWORDS, BALANCES, ETC. ON ANY CITY SOCIAL MEDIA IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED AND YOU AGREE THAT YOU WILL NOT DO SO. The City is not responsible for anything that may occur if you post your own or third parties personal, private, and/or confidential information to owner social media. Further you agree to be responsible for any damages that may result from posting any personal, private, and/or confidential information about you or a third-party. If you have any doubt whether information could be confidential, IT SHOULD NOT BE POSTED. C. DISCUSSION GUIDELINES Your posting on City social media should not contain the following: • Confidential Content. Content which discloses any confidential or non-public third-party information which you do not have permission and/or authority to disclose; • Disparaging Content. Content that disparages any person or entity, including City and any entity affiliated with City, and/or any of their respective products or services; • Infringing Content. 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The City observes and enforces a zero-tolerance policy for posting sales pitches for outside products or services or posting comments that drive traffic to a third party’s website (including for personal, political, or monetary gain). • Post and comments that include vulgar, offensive, threatening or harassing language, personal attacks or unsupported accusations. • Obscene or sexual content or links to obscene or sexual content, illegal activity or encouragement of illegal activity. All decisions regarding whether posting on City social media violates these guidelines will be made by the City Administration, in its sole and absolute discretion. The City reserves the right to remove any posting, whether created by the City, an employee, or a third party, at any time, for any reason, without notice or explanation. D. PUBLIC RECORDS All posts and comments on City of Lovington social media sites are public record and subject to public disclosure. In the event that any posting is removed, a screenshot of the posting will be taken and stored, electronically or in printed format, indefinitely prior to the deletion. This record will be maintained by the City Clerk. E. USER REPRESENTATIONS By using City social media, you represent the right to post the content contained in the message and that you have obtained any necessary permission and clearances. F. POSTING BY THIRD PARTIES, INCLUDING EMPLOYEES The City does not endorse any comments made by third parties, including its employees, unless they are specifically authorized spokespersons for the City. The City does not validate assertions or statements made by third parties. All statements and viewpoints expressed in comments are strictly solely those of the commenter and do not necessarily represent the viewpoints, positions, strategies, or opinions of the City. G. PRIVACY The City is not responsible for the privacy and security polices or practices of Twitter, Facebook, or other similar sites used by the City. H. TERMINATION OF USAGE The City may terminate your access, or suspend your access to all or part of it social media sites without notice, for any conduct that the City, in its sole discretion, believes is in violation of any applicable law or is harmful to the interests of another user, a third party provider, a service provider, or the social media site. I. GOVERNING LAWS AND PROVISIONS The City social media sites were created and controlled by the City of Lovington, New Mexico. As such, the laws of the State of New Mexico will govern these Terms and Conditions of Use. Jurisdiction and venue relating to any litigation or dispute arising out of these Terms and Conditions of Use shall be in the District Court of Lea County, New Mexico, only. If any part of these Terms and Conditions of Use be deemed in violation of the laws or Constitution of New Mexico, only such part thereof shall be thereby invalidated, and all other parts hereof shall remain valid and enforceable. J. SEVERABILITY The provisions of the Terms and Conditions of Use are intended to be severable. If for any reason any provision of these Terms and Conditions of Use shall be held invalid or unenforceable in whole or in part in any jurisdiction, such provision shall, as to such jurisdiction, be ineffective to the extent of such invalidity or unenforceability without in any manner affecting the validity or enforceability thereof in any other jurisdiction or the remaining provisions hereof in any jurisdiction. K. INDEMNITY You shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the City, its employees, agents, officers and officials from any and all claims, demands, losses, causes of action, costs, expenses, and liability of any nature whatsoever, including court costs, attorney’s fees, and any expenses incurred in enforcing this provision, which may result from, arise out of, be related to, or in any way be connected with the use of City of Lovington social media sites or your breach of these Terms and Conditions of Use. L. VIOLATIONS The City reserves the right to seek all remedies available at law and in equity for violations of these Terms and Conditions of Use, including the right to block access. M. ACKNOWLEDGMENT The Terms and Condition of Use, including all documents referenced herein, represent the entire understanding between you and the City of Lovington regarding your relationship with the City of Lovington Social Media Sites and supersedes any prior statements or representations. 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Who is this person proclaiming to be government and posting as Lovington? I hope our city officials do not promote one political party over the other.
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**EXCLUSIVE** TONIGHT (Thursday, June 4) is the final edition of the LEA COUNTY SPORTS LIVE SHOW at 7:00pm MST on KZOR Radio 94.1 and on the Internet at www.1radiosquare.com. (At the bottom of webpage click on KZOR and then Listen Live.) First we'll talk to Mike Pereira, former National Football League referee as well as Vice President of Officiating for the NFL and now starring as the TV analyst for national NFL games on the Fox Network alongside Troy Aikman and Joe Buck. And if you're wondering how Covid-19 will affect the upcoming high school sports seasons here in New Mexico, you'll get the inside scoop from the chairman of the New Mexico Activities Association Board of Directors, Superintendent TJ Parks. The Lea County Sports Live Show airs TONIGHT and every Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. MST on 94.1 KZOR and www.1radiosquare.com.
Listen to LIVE Primary Election Coverage tonight starting at 6:00 p.m. on KZOR Radio 94.1 and on the Internet at 1radiosquare.com (click on the KZOR logo on the bottom of the page and then Listen Live). Tj Miracle and Ty Friend will be in the studio providing commentary on the hotly contested House of Representatives District 61, Senate District 41, US Representative District 2, US Senate and Public Education Commission races. Dawn Morgan will provide election results from the Lea County courthouse.
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Thankyou City of Lovington for filling in the potholes in front of our home!
**EXCLUSIVE** TONIGHT (Thursday, May 28) is another edition of the LEA COUNTY SPORTS LIVE SHOW at 7:00pm MST (9:00 pm EST) on KZOR Radio 94.1 and on the Internet at www.1radiosquare.com. (At the bottom of webpage click on KZOR and then Listen Live.) First we'll talk to Army (Vietnam) veteran Dan Williams who miraculously survived a 9 hour open heart surgery complicated by pneumonia, had multiple heart attacks on the table and died several times before being subjected to a medically induced coma. But today, Dan is a multiple gold medal award-winning track athlete, sprinter nonetheless, at the age of 70! He shares his secret to survival through his newest mission- New Heart For Life. And with all the talk of Covid-19 and shutdowns- Hobbs' own, Mike Clampitt, the Executive Director of the Hobbs Boys and Girls Club, has decided to take the bull by the horns and be the first in New Mexico to re-open a kids' sports facility on June 1. We get the intricate details of the opening and Mike's memories of playing on the 1979 Hobbs Eagle basketball team that averaged 114 points a game as well as his time as a Chicago Cubs baseball player right out of high school. The Lea County Sports Live Show airs TONIGHT and every Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. MST (9:00 pm EST) on 94.1 KZOR and www.1radiosquare.com
**EXCLUSIVE** TONIGHT (Thursday, May 7) is another edition of the LEA COUNTY SPORTS LIVE SHOW at 7:00pm on KZOR 94.1 and on the Internet at *_1radiosquare.com_*. (At bottom of webpage click on KZOR and then Listen Live.) Did you know that the All Time Leading Scorer in Texas Tech basketball history (men/women) is from Hobbs, New Mexico and was actually recruited for volleyball? We talk with that multi-talented superstar TONIGHT- former Hobbs Lady Eagle and Red Raider, Carolyn Thompson! And how would you feel if the college football team you played for was touted as the Worst College Football Team Ever by People Magazine? Well this wasn't an ordinary team and Jeff Rasley will explain why. He also wrote a book about the legendary Indiana basketball star John Ritter who got Coach Bobby Knight into the Final Four in his second year but whose stardom came crashing down hard once that hero status faded. Jeff argues that it's unrealistic fan expectations that set our heroes up for eventual and sometimes devastating failure. The Lea County Sports Live Show airs TONIGHT and every Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. on 94.1 KZOR and *_1radiosquare.com_*
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Our black and white cat got out of the house on east avenue c she answers to Dottie if you find her please call 432 517 5310
Who do you call to get the city to do something about a busted line in the alley? i called twice last week and nothing has been done? (i believe it is a sewer line because of drain issues that started last week)