July 6, 2023
Data source: U.S. Energy Information Administration and Enverus
In southeastern New Mexico, horizontal wells in Lea and Eddy counties drove much of the recent growth in Permian Basin crude oil output. Output from horizontal wells in...
from the Permian Basin Petroleum Association Before the 2023 New Mexico Legislative Session began, PBPA learned that the New Mexico Oil Conservation Division (OCD) Director Adrienne Sandoval would be leaving the agency and taking a position with the U.S. Environmental...
The Jal Record will be primarily online beginning in AugustThe Jal Record will be available in print on the first Thursday of each month, beginning in August. The Jal Record will continue to be published online weekly, but it will only be available in print as a physical paper on the first Thursday of each month.To subscribe to the online edition, please visit jalrecord.net/To ... See MoreSee Less
Panthers fighting DemonsBy John EarpThis Friday at Panther Stadium, the Jal High School Panthers Varsity Football Team (3-0) will face the Dexter Demons, a likewise undefeated 3-0 team, for Homecoming. Head Coach Dusty Giles says Dexter is a “very much improved” team from last year, and will definitely present a challenge for the Jal Panthers. ... See MoreSee Less
Walker wins 1st place in Midland County FairJal’s very own Gage Walker won first place in mutton bustin’ at the Midland County Fair August 27th with a 9.0-second ride. Gage has been participating in mutton bustin’ for some time now, and wants to ride bulls when he grows up. Great job with a first-place ride, Gage! ... See MoreSee Less
Local pastor helps train new ministersBy John EarpOne of the hats this reporter wears, besides pastoring and driving two school bus routes, involves serving as the coordinator for the Ministerial Internship Program of the Church of God in the New Mexico and El Paso Region. ... See MoreSee Less