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Located just west of the Sacramento Mountains, the city of Alamogordo was founded when the El Paso and Northeastern railroads were constructed nearby. The city now is powered mainly by Holloman Air Force Base which is located nearby and drives 50% of the cityâ€™s economy. Tourism also is a major driver now a-days with NM Museum of Space History, Lincoln National Forest and the White Sands National Monument are all popular attractions.
Local Newspapers: Alamogordo Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Alamogordo Desert Dawgs
Local Colleges: New Mexico State University - Alamogordo
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Towns/Cities near alamogordo, new mexico : 88310 88311
93% of Nuclear Weapons Are Owned by Russia, US
Despite the ongoing efforts to denuclearize the world, nine countries possess the "most dangerous" nuclear weapons in terms of the destruction they cause. According to figures released by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute and International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons , there are nearly 15,000 nuclear weapons in the world.Mayor Boss faces Sanchez in reelection bid
Boss , who has served as Alamogordo's mayor for the last two years, moved with his family to Alamogordo in 1955 from Klamath Falls, Oregon. Boss graduated from Alamogordo High School in 1965, earned an associate degree from New Mexico State University - Alamogordo in 1972 and a bachelor's degree in business administration in accounting from New Mexico State University in 1974.Alamogordo to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Two events to be held in the community to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In this 2017 file photo, former Alamogordo Police Chief Daron Syling, Prince Hall Masonic Hall No. 11 member Everette Brown and Mayor Richard Boss walk along Washington Avenue during the Martin Luther King Jr. March.Ruidoso Downs woman survives shooting in her home
A Ruidoso Downs woman was shot in her home about 12:59 p.m. Monday, Jan. 10, but survived the attack, according to a release from the New Mexico State Police. Ruidoso Downs officers arrived at the scene, and shortly thereafter asked the New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau to assume the investigation.City approves LEDA project for new company
City Commissioners approved an agreement for a local economic development project with Drought Adaptation Industries, a local start-up company that manufactures gardening products. City Planner Darron Williams presented Drought Adaptation Industries' Local Economic Development Act application to the commission at their Tuesday evening meeting.Dusty Wright to run for City Commission seat
Dusty Wright, Operating Member of General Hydronics Plumbing, is throwing his hat in the race for the Alamogordo City Commission District 6 seat. Wright and his wife Brandi have two sons together, Landon and Brody.Deer, elk illegally killed, carcasses left to rot in Otero County
The first case was Dec. 26 when a tip led the department to an area near Calico Peak where a conservation officer discovered a mule deer buck that had been shot and killed. The buck's head was removed, the meat left to waste.wins 16 awards from New Mexico Press Association
The Ruidoso News won 16 awards at the 2017 New Mexico Press Association's Better Newspaper Contest and the Alamogordo Daily News brought home five awards Ruidoso News' sister paper, the Alamogordo Daily News, brought home five awards, including two first places in investigative and series or continuing coverage categories. The awards were handed out during the 109th annual NMPA convention at the Santa Ana Pueblo Hyatt Tamaya Resort.Theater dome to be replaced at New Mexico space museum
The final phase of renovations at the New Mexico Museum of Space History's theater and planetarium call for a full dome replacement. The Alamogordo Daily News reports that the work will begin Jan. 2. The construction will close the theater through March 9. The new dome is being installed by Spitz Inc., the same company that installed a new laser planetarium projection system in the theater in 2016.Theater dome to be replaced at New Mexico space museum
The final phase of renovations at the New Mexico Museum of Space History's theater and planetarium call for a full dome replacement. The Alamogordo Daily News reports that the work will begin Jan. 2. The construction will close the theater through March 9. The new dome is being installed by Spitz Inc., the same company that installed a new laser planetarium projection system in the theater in 2016.New Mexico hospitals face fines for injury, infection rates
Six New Mexico hospitals will be fined a portion of their Medicare payments in the coming year for having higher rates of patient injury and infections. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports hospitals on the list include Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center in Santa Fe; University of New Mexico Hospital and Presbyterian Medical Center in Albuquerque; Gallup Indian Medical Center; Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center in Alamogordo and Northern Navajo Medical Center in Shiprock.Shelter owner files lawsuit against Dona Ana County after rescuing wounded dogs
In November 2015, Animal Village New Mexico in Alamogordo rescued 50 English bulldogs from a what deputies were investigating as a puppy mill in Las Cruces. The shelter's owner, Sunny Aris said the conditions at the property where the animals were being bred were horrendous.Otero county welcomes new attorney
Michael Eshleman was recently hired as the new county attorney. Eshleman will be taking over for Lisa Jenkins, who served as the county attorney for two years.Alamogordo High School gets new Tiger Drive arch
The Leadership Otero Class of 2016 raised about $19,000 from the local community to make the project a reality. ALAMOGORDO - Alamogordo High School has a brand new arch on Tiger Drive, thanks to the Leadership Otero Class of 2016 and donations from the community.Poinsettias: Getting them to rebloom is fun,a
In general, if you don't have a greenhouse, it is easier to have beautiful poinsettias by purchasing them each year. I want to keep my poinsettias alive for next year.City makes progress on Basin Lanes
Crews worked this week to install the 24 bowling lanes and gutters at Basin Lanes. City staff estimate Basin Lanes to be open for business in Summer 2018.Foundation donates $12K to police officer families
Hoping to spread some holiday cheer, the Albuquerque Police Officers Foundation announced Tuesday it donated $12,000 to the families of six New Mexico law enforcement officers. The foundation gave each family $2,000.Alamogordo police chief resigns
Alamogordo Police Chief Daron Syling gives a special message for fallen officer Clint Corvinus during a vigil in 2016. Syling resigned from the department Monday.First and Florida realignment almost complete
Traffic signals in the newly realigned intersection are functional and drivers are to observe the flashing red signals as an all-way stop. Traffic signals at the intersection of First Street and Florida Avenue are now functional and flashing red, indicating drivers must participate in an all-way stop.County to take over subdivision ROW from BLM
The vital right-of-way in Tularosa allows residents in the Sam Smith subdivision to access their homes and other homes. Tularosa residents Edna Hinkle and Denise Merchant went before County Commissioners Thursday to discuss the Bureau of Land Management terminating a vital right-of-way in Tularosa that allows residents in the Sam Subdivision to access their homes and other roads.
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