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Blog Updated @ 5:15 PM MST Tuesday, Dec 29, 2015. Carlsbad, New Mexico This Morning. Courtesy of Daniel Onsurez. Courtesy of Jaclyn West. Courtesy Of Michelle Huber Carey & Brent Jackson. Artesia, New Mexico This Morning. Courtesy Of David West. 15 Miles East Of Artesia, New Mexico. Courtesy Of David West. Courtesy Of Darla Vernon. Courtesy Of Barry Price. Courtesy Of Rodney Standard. Our Grandkids In Artesia This Morning. Atoka 5 Miles South Of Artesia. Courtesy Of My Mother Frances Calloway. Courtesy Of Carrie Greenwood. Clovis New Mexico This Morning. Courtesy Of Cindy Galloway Fogerson. Stranded In Deep Snow 42 Miles From Home. Courtesy Of Sylvia Heron. This one just speaks volumes about our Blizzard. Jackie Heron ended up getting stuck 42 miles from Artesia in the deep snow. He then nearly ran out of gas and became stranded on Curry Comb
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Our Home In Carlsbad, New Mexico. Courtesy Of Rebecca Baldwin. 12" On The Ground With 4 Foot Drifts In South Carlsbad, New Mexico. Courtesy Of My Daughter In Artesia, New Mexico. 14" On The Ground With 2 Foot to 3 Foot Drifts. Carlsbad, New Mexico Fire Station #4 This Morning. 41/2 Drifts. Blog Updated @ 6:29 PM MST This Afternoon. Gov. Susana Martinez Declares State Of Emergency In Response To Statewide Snow Storm. This courtesy of the Roswell Daily Record . "Gov. Susana Martinez declares state of emergency in response to statewide snow storm. On Sunday, Gov. Susana Martinez declared a state of emergency in response to the massive statewide snow storm that continues to impact the entire state. In some parts of New Mexico, more than 16 inches of snow has fallen with drifts as high as eight feet, making roads impassable in several counties. High winds and blowing snow have led to extremely dangerous and life-threatening