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For live, brief weekly updates of county news, tune in Wednesdays to the Zia Country Morning Show at approximately 7:15 a.m. at 99.5 on your dial, and on Magic 105 at approximately 7:50 a.m., and on Your Morning Show at approximately 8:15 a.m. on KVLC, 101-Gold. On Thursday mornings, you can tune in to the KGRT Morning Country Show at approximately 7:15 a.m., then on KSNM 98.7 from about 8:25-8:33, and finally on HOT 103.1's Morning Show (approx. 8:10-8:15.

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  • VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR SATURDAY CLEAN-UP OPERATIONS IN HATCH - 08/18/2006

    Volunteers from Doña Ana County and surrounding areas who wish to assist the Village of Hatch with clean-up operations will be given their opportunity on Saturday, Aug. 19.

  • HATCH INCIDENT COMMAND CENTER SEEKS SPANISH-SPEAKING VOLUNTEERS - 08/17/2006

    New Mexico State Police are requesting volunteers who can assist immediately with debris clean-up, food services and shelter support in the Village of Hatch.

  • PRELIMINARY HATCH DAMAGE REPORTS SHOW A COMMUNITY’S PAIN - 08/17/2006

    Preliminary residential damage assessments by the American Red Cross coming out of the Village of Hatch are as follows:

    Destroyed: One single-family home and 24 apartments

  • HATCH BUSINESS DISTRICT REOPENING FOR FOOD, FUEL - 08/17/2006

    The American Red Cross is reporting that selected businesses in Hatch - including grocery stores and gasoline stations - are reopening for business today as the community continues to recover from Tuesday’s flooding.

  • HATCH WATER SYSTEM FULLY RECOVERED, OPERATIONAL - 08/17/2006

    Hatch village officials report that line breaks repaired yesterday are holding strong, and wells have refilled two of the village’s three collection tanks. The third tank is approaching capacity.

  • EMERGENCY OPERATION CENTER REMAINS OPEN, CREWS DEPLOYED - 08/17/2006

    With more rains probable in the forecast for Doña Ana County, the Emergency Operations Center remains activated, staffed and capable of coordinating further relief efforts to areas hard hit by flash flooding and storm runoff.

  • WATER LINES REPAIRED TO HATCH - 08/16/2006

    The New Mexico Environment Department reports that crews have repaired water lines that supply the village. The line breaks were between the village’s well and the storage tank, so there was no danger of water line contamination. Tests conducted earlier today confirm the drinking water is safe for human use and consumption.

  • RED CROSS REQUESTS CASH DONATIONS TO ASSIST FLOOD VICTIMS - 08/16/2006

    The Doña Ana County Chapter of the American Red Cross is reporting significant stockpiles of donated clothing and supplies to assist flood victims in and near Hatch.

  • HATCH WATER SUPPLY UNCOMPROMISED, TESTS SHOW - 08/16/2006

    Experts from the New Mexico Environment Department have concluded testing of the Village of Hatch’s water supply and distribution system. Chlorine levels at the storage tank and at multiple test sites throughout the village are consistent, indicating that the water supply is safe for consumption. A broken water line is under repair, but the break is between the well and the storage tank

  • RIO GRANDE OVERFLOWING NEAR SUNLAND PARK - 08/16/2006

    Powerful storm cells packing additional heavy rains are forming in and around Doña Ana County, and the Doña Ana County Emergency Operations Center is receiving reports of the Rio Grande overflowing in the City of Sunland Park onto Racetrack Drive and at the Santa Teresa Bridge.

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