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to the land of enchantment obbs is the gateway to New Mexico—the Land of Enchantment. Hobbs is the largest municipality in Lea County, the southeastern-most county of New Mexico’s 33 counties, and situated on the far western edge of the Llano Estacado. Like much of southern New Mexico, the Hobbs area represents the best of the “high desert,” with its blue skies and warm sunshine. The Hobbs area exhibits a truly multicultural heritage: Native American legacy, cowboy legend, farming traditions and Hispanic culture. With their agricultural roots and pioneer spirits, Lea County residents are surrounded by folklore and Western mythology, all enshrined in its museums and libraries. Amateur archaeologists can still find arrowheads left behind by the native people, including the Comanche and Apache Indians, who once ruled over these vast plains.


Although Lea County has miles upon miles of open range, with endless horizons dotted by cattle and rows of pump jacks that are mirrored by the infamous clear sky, its five municipalities are Meccas of activity and progressive thinking. While each city is fiercely independent and proud of its own accomplishments, all five communities work closely together to provide excellent educational facilities, business opportunities, cultural events and a collective quality of life that is second to none. Come and join us in this most-enchanted corner of the Land of Enchantment.

Geology buffs can see fossils embedded in the nearby Caprock, evidence of the different levels of the ancient Permian Sea. Among the most distinct pieces of evidence of the eons of evolution that occurred here is the complete skeleton of a wooly mammoth in southern Lea County. Caving enthusiasts can enjoy one of the most magnificent underground caverns in the world, just a short drive away at Carlsbad Caverns. Working cowboys still roam the range, herding cattle and mending fences. Of course, the ever-present oil wells dot the horizon, reminding us of the rich black gold that helps provide many of the amenities we enjoy in Hobbs. As pump jacks slowly sway back and forth, kissing the ground and then the sky, their constant slow rhythm complements the solemn stillness of the otherwise uninterrupted landscape, which yields the rich booty buried below.


ot so long ago, thousands of buffalo roamed these vast grassy plains. Although many travelers passed through Lea County during the years when Europeans were exploring the New World, they were no match for the Native Americans who claimed the area as their own. From the Spanish conquerors of the 16th and 17th centuries, the Mexican rulers of the 18th century, to the Buffalo Soldiers of the postCivil War era, to the fearless cowboys of the 19th century, all were daunted by the harsh landscape and by the skills and brilliant tactics of the native people who resisted the onslaught of these invaders. Fortunately, though, remnants of these former civilizations still remain in Lea County’s museums, folklore and anthropological digs. Much of the land is still as wild and untamed as it was when the nomadic Comanche and Apaches called it home. Arrowheads and pottery shards still lie undisturbed just below the surface, a paradise for amateur archaeologists. In fact, North America’s most ancient pre-historic human probably hunted bison and mammoth in and around Lea County at least 15,000 years ago. Both the Clovis Man and the Folsom Man left their spear points here.



About 250 million years ago, the Llano Estacado was submerged. Although the shallow, inland sea slowly evaporated, layer after layer of dead marine life slowly decayed underneath, resulting in huge oil and natural gas reserves that have made Lea County one of the richest centers of natural resources in the world. Later geological changes would add an even more important resource to the Llano Estacado: the Ogallala aquifer, a huge, underground lake of cold, pure water. Although the Native Americans cleverly hid this secret source of water for many years, eventually the stubborn determination of 18th

Century pioneers led to the rediscovery of this essential source of life. By the 1880s, Lea County had become a haven for cattle ranchers who settled near the scattered watering holes. They were quickly followed by the even more tenacious homesteaders, who learned that plentiful water existed just a few feet below ground; hence, ubiquitous windmills now dot the landscape. Many ranchers in the Hobbs area still depend on the simple power of these windmills to water their herds. While the never-ending procession of settlers brought stability and permanent encampments to the Llano Estacado, the Southwest remained a place of fiercely independent and self-sufficient people. In fact, New Mexico was not even admitted to statehood until 1912, making it the 47th state to join the Union and one of the last to relinquish its association with the Western frontier. Lea County and its five rural municipalities have comprised a local economy based almost solely on petroleum for over eight decades. This area has thrived during prosperous booms and suffered during ruinous busts. An unflinching, entrepreneurial spirit has sustained generations of Lea County families, who have reliably delivered a cornerstone commodity to our nation. And getting oil and gas to market is no easy task; men and women toil outdoors in triple-digit heat, sub-zero cold, gale-force winds and other inclement weather. For these reasons and more, energy is our proud heritage. Energy is also our future. That same entrepreneurial spirit that kept eyes fixed on the next boom is what fuels our vision for the future. Because energy is our workforce’s core competency, we are developing a variety of fuel sources and, thus, diversifying our local economy. Lea County is home to the petroleum, nuclear and renewable industries. From assets to attitudes, no other region in America is more poised to develop the U.S. energy economy than Lea County, and that is why residents have embraced calling the county the EnergyPlex. Today, Hobbs remains a retreat for those who crave a little elbow room and prefer the peaceful, wide open spaces reminiscent of bygone days. Lea County consistently and proudly reflects its pioneer spirit. While traditional occupations still thrive, such as farming, ranching and drilling, opportunities abound for the entrepreneur looking for a new beginning. Ideal weather, friendly neighbors and the affordable cost of living make this area a great place to live, play and work.

ea County Regional Airport is located just outside the city of Hobbs and furnishes daily jet service to Houston, making Hobbs a gateway to the world. Lea County Regional Airport is a fully FAAequipped and serviced facility, with private aircraft tie-down service available from its fixedbase operator. Lea County welcomes its fly-in guests at its modern airport building and service area.


Lea County is also served by two additional regional Texas airport facilities: Midland International Airport, which is 90 minutes southeast of Hobbs, and Lubbock, north of Hobbs. Both of these airports offer multiple airline carriers and carrental agencies. In addition, commercial bus service links Lea County to other regional locations.

Nevertheless, the most enjoyable way to travel to and in Lea County is by car on the well-maintained interstate highway systems. Lea County is served by three major east-west U.S. highways, a major north-south state highway and numerous other state roads and thoroughfares. The network of routes provides easy access to nearby major markets and tourist attractions.



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Luther King Soccerplex includes eight soccer fields and a walking trail. The Memorial Baseball field is fully lighted for 24-hour tournaments, as well as pick-up baseball and softball games. For campers, Hobbs offers several excellent facilities with full RV hookups and flat pull-through pads.

Business–Hobbs obbs (population 43,000) is the metropolitan center of Lea County and remains the focal point for the arts and education for southeastern New Mexico. Both of Lea County’s schools of higher education are based in Hobbs. New Mexico Junior College is a modern, two-year academic and vocational college offering associate’s degrees, including nursing and energy technology. The University of the Southwest is a four-year college focusing on liberal arts, with both bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees offered. The college now also offers master’s degrees in selected categories.



Hobbs is home to the Lea County Event Center, which is the second-largest conference and convention center in the state of New Mexico. The center is a modern facility that can host large meetings and conferences, as well as indoor rodeos, tractor pulls, indoor soccer and monster truck events. This multi-purpose facility can seat 4,800 people theater-style in the main auditorium. Hobbs is the headquarters for the Llano Estacada Art Association, a member of the Lea County Commission for the Arts. These two organizations display many forms of art, painting and sculpture in the Commission’s Art Gallery, which is open to the public. The Southwest Symphony and the Hobbs Community Playhouse are but two of the many cultural activities that attract people from throughout the region.

The quality of life and the development of amenities that bring good schools, successful businesses and recreational opportunities are on the forefront of the city’s agenda. The retail business community is made up of large, national brand department stores and unique hometown shops. Make plans to stroll and experience the many shops found in Hobbs. Hobbs shopping is like no other. Enjoy small-town charm splashed with big-town selection, warm smiles and true southwestern hospitality. Major local employers, like Lea Regional Medical Center and URENCO USA, attract bright minds and hard workers to the area. Both of these employers have very different skill sets of employee needs and fit well into the community. They are emblematic of the opportunity that exists in Lea County for existing businesses to grow and new industries to relocate and thrive. Several industrial parks and building sites are available for everyone from the small manufacturer to heavy industry. Whatever your business goals, Hobbs has a building site to meet your needs. With many of the international and private oil and natural gas producers having property in Lea County, many also have staff who take care of the investments and research opportunities to explore new production sites.

The area’s rich ranching history is captured in three exciting museums: the Western Heritage Museum and Cowboy Hall of Fame on the campus of New Mexico Junior College, the Thelma A. Webber Southwest Heritage Room on the University of the Southwest campus and the Lea County Museum in Lovington. The museums all focus on life and times on the Llano Estacado Plains. For sports enthusiasts, Hobbs features one of the most popular and affordable public golf courses in a 200-mile radius. The challenging 18-hole Ocotillo Golf Course welcomes everyone from duffers to pros to play. On the golf course property is one of the best shaded walking and jogging trails in the state. Other sporting amenities in Hobbs include numerous public parks, several health clubs, baseball/softball fields, a paintball combat park, shooting and archery ranges, swimming pools and water parks, lighted tennis courts, a full-service private country club with an Olympic-size pool and an 18-hole championship-design golf course. In addition, the Martin

For those businesses needing easy transportation access, Hobbs is serviced by United Airlines, with daily flights to and from Houston. In addition to our Lea County Regional Airport, the city of Hobbs is located only 90 minutes from either the Midland-Odessa Airport or the Lubbock Airport, with daily flights to and from your favorite destinations.

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Welcome from the Hobbs Chamber of Commerce Welcome to Hobbs! If this is your first look at our community, we can almost guarantee it will not be your last. Those of you who have visited our state know of its mystic enchantment and its rich heritage and diverse cultures. Hobbs sits only four miles from the Texas border. Our community economy is based on natural gas and oil, and for many years has been the cornerstone of New Mexico’s extracted energy successes. Although natural gas and oil still drive some of our economic development, our newest industry is tourism, with the opening of a new casino and horse racing track. More than 2.7 million people have visited our community to enjoy the many unique and independently owned shops and services.

From well-known named restaurants to our brand of locally owned and operated kitchens and eating establishments, Hobbs is truly a dining delight—and with a mouth-watering menu. We are known for our “Tex-Mex” foods, but you will also find traditional Mexican food restaurants with that south-of-the-border flair and fire. Speaking of flares, at night our skies are lit up with the flares from the oil field, and sometimes, the light is so bright that night turns into day. This is an awesome sight and one you will not forget.


We invite you to visit, stay and even consider Hobbs as your final destination for retirement and/or starting a business. You will find Hobbs to be one of the best places to live and raise a family.

The real value of our community is its people. Some families have roots here dating to the 1800s, while others arrived just weeks or months ago. Because of its diversity, Hobbs is a great place to live, work or visit. Our history started in the late 1920s with the discovery of black gold and has matured into a modern and proactive city, with quality of life being the driving force for its residents and visitors.

We extend a New Mexico welcome to you and your family, and invite you to visit Hobbs and enjoy our unique brand of southwestern hospitality.

Lovington is one of New Mexico’s first planned communities. In the spring of 1908, Robert Florence Love deeded portions of his homestead to be subdivided into lots for the formation of a town. His brother, James B. Love—seeing a need to supply basic ranch supplies only available to local families from the distant towns of Lubbock, Midland and Roswell—opened a general store in September 1908. He became the postmaster of the new village of Lovington. By 1911, Lovington had established a phone company, public utilities, banks, a hotel, a newspaper (still in existence) and a progressive school system with one of the first high schools on the High Plains. In 1917, Lovington, with more than 600 people, was the largest town in the newly formed Lea County and the natural choice to be designated as the county seat. Little did the Love brothers know when they decided to give up the open-range cowboy life and settle on the high plains of the Llano Estacado that the community they envisioned would, 100 years later, be a thriving city of 10,000 residents. Today, Lovington’s economy is based on farming, ranching, the oil and gas industry and an increasingly robust dairy industry. Continuing its tradition of placing emphasis on education, Lovington has an excellent school system. Lovington High School has the only state-of-the-art Vision Quest Technology Center in New Mexico.

One of the county’s most celebrated destinations is the Lea County Museum, located in Lovington on the town square, across the street from the courthouse. Entering one of the museum’s many buildings is like stepping back in time a century ago, when Lovington was just beginning to be a town and New Mexico was not yet a state. The history and art exhibits at the museum tell stories of early ranchers, the

Lovington has six public parks, the largest of which is the 80acre Chaparral Park. It is one of the prettiest parks in Lea County and offers fishing on its 11-acre lake. It also sports playground equipment, jogging/exercise trails, tennis courts and picnic shelters. A public swimming pool opened in the summer of 2008. Every Fourth of July, the park hosts “The World’s Greatest Lizard Race,” an event that has gained international recognition. Each year, contestants enter more than 100 lizards to see which will be the champion. The Lea County Fair and Rodeo, the largest county fair in the state, takes place every August at the Lea County Fairgrounds outside of Lovington. The rodeo is a PCRAsanctioned event and attracts top-ranked participants from all over the United States. Lea County is known for its championship ropers, all of whom honed their skills at this event. The first weekend in November sees crafters gather at the Lea County Fairgrounds for the Annual Arts and Crafts Fall Festival, a two-day event with more than 100 vendors. For the last 22 years, Lovington has kicked off the Christmas season with the Electric Light Parade. Children and adults from all over the county come to view this beautiful nighttime celebration as it lights up Main Street. In 2007, Lovington was designated a Main Street start-up community, which ensures that Lovington’s downtown will continue to grow and be revitalized through restoration and preservation projects. One of Lovington’s most successful preservation projects is the Pyburn House Bed & Breakfast. Originally built in 1935 for the superintendent of schools, it was later used as a boarding house for women teachers. Designated as a National Historical site, today it is considered one of the premier B&Bs in the state and has been showcased in Better Homes and Gardens magazine. The people of Lovington are hospitable, unpretentious and down-to-earth, and with the city motto “Make It Happen,” the pioneer spirit that helped forge this city on the high plains still prevails.

Pride of the Plains Lovington is known for having a friendly, welcoming, community with a strong work ethic. It has low taxes, great schools, excellent medical services, recreational opportunities for all ages and mild weather. City of Lovington, NM

Nor-Lea Hospital District, rated one of the best rural hospitals in the area, offers several multi-specialty clinics, comprehensive outpatient services, a full-service hospital, home health, hospice and home medical services. In addition, the Bill McKibben Senior Center is a modern, up-to-date facility with a variety of programs and planned events geared toward Lovington’s active senior community.

first homesteaders and the rainbow of different ethnic and national groups who came to make their homes in Lea County.


Founded in 1909, Eunice began with the opening of a post office to serve area ranchers. The well-known “84 Ranch” was founded there in 1885. Eunice has grown into a close-knit, family oriented community that treasures its low cost of living and high quality life. Community spirit can be found everywhere. Club and social events, civic affairs and community-wide functions are just some of the activities for families to enjoy. Play a round of golf at the Eunice Golf Course, one of the nicest courses around. Stephen’s Park is a popular fun spot for the young set. The young and the “not so young” can enjoy a summer’s evening at this beautiful park watching various rodeo events at the arena located there. Eunice is home to the URENCO USA uranium-enrichment facility, which is anticipated that, at full capacity, can produce sufficient enriched uranium for nuclear fuel to provide approximately 10 percent of America’s electricity needs.


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Eunice has a friendly small town atmosphere, great schools and churches, clear skies, mild winters and a low cost of living. It is like the other Lea County communities in this respect. However, the City’s focus on improving the quality of life for its residents is what makes Eunice truly stand out. In the first quarter of 2006, the City of Eunice began an aggressive program to improve it services for the community. The following projects are now in various stages of planning for completion: 1. Downtown Renovations at the cost of $1,500,000 with next phase of $1,000,000 beginning. 2. The building of a new elementary school, baseball field and the Vocational Graphic Arts Center at the cost of $35,000,000. 3. Rebuilding the City water system at the approximate cost of $5,000,000. Completed projects 1. Aquatic Facility and state Park at the cost of $2,500,000. 2. New Medical Clinic at the cost of $550,000. 3. Renovation of the City Wastewater Facility at the cost of $7,500,000. 4. Additions to the Senior and Youth Centers at the cost of $500,000. In addition to improving the services for its residences, the City is planning for the future. We have initiated zoning and planning boards, therefore insuring the quality of the City’s growth. We have also developed a comprehensive plan and initiated a City Beautification plan with a $1,340,000 grant from the State. We are correcting today’s problems and are planning for the future. The National Enrichment Facility (NEF) received their license in July of 2006 and we have seen growth and expect more within the City over the next few years. The $4,000,000 facility is located 5 miles east of Eunice. Our three thousand residents welcome you to Eunice and invite you to visit as long as you can. For additional information, contact City Hall at 575-394-2576 and the website Matt White Mayor

With its roots grounded in its past, the town of Tatum has high hopes for the future. Founded in 1909, Tatum is a small community of 800 people with a history of working hard. Cattle by the thousands grow fat on the many ranches that surround this town, and oilfield workers get important petroleum products to market every day. Nestled in the village center, you will find a vibrant Senior Citizens Center and businesses to serve your needs. Tatum Municipal Schools provide excellence in education and are the pride of the community. You’ll find lots to do at the

As the southern gateway to New Mexico, the folks in Jal are the first friendly faces you’ll see, with many more to follow. The Trail Ahead, a 100-foot metal sculpture depicting cattle drives, greets you as you approach Jal. This small town began as a ranching center and boomed nearly overnight in 1928 when oil and gas was discovered in the area. Education is a cornerstone here, led by the Woolworth Community Library, which contains more than 35,000 volumes. It’s not every town that can boast a 10acre manmade lake that spells out its name! Of course,

community park and community center, including the annual Fourth of July fireworks show. A taste of true Americana, that’s what you’ll find in Tatum.

pilots get the best view! Jal is proud of the community spirit displayed at its annual events, such as Cowboy Days sponsored in March by the Chamber of Commerce. This event, dedicated to the ranching tradition of Jal, features cowboy poets and a real chuckwagon! The 4th of July and homecoming parades bring out all age groups. In October, area residents can’t wait for Jal-O-Rama, the annual chili and rib cook-off!




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Things to Do Around the Area CARLSBAD, NM – If bats and caves are your thing, the world famous Carlsbad Caverns National Park is only a short drive west of Hobbs/Lea County. Visited by thousands of people every year, the caves continue to be one of the wonders of nature. ARTESIA, NM – Artesia is noted for its Artesian Water Wells and some of the old historical homes and buildings that were part of the new frontier. The city prides itself on a vibrant downtown lined by large bronze sculptures commemorating Artesia’s history. ROSWELL, NM – Northwest of Hobbs/Lea County is the “City of Aliens,” with the UFO Museum and the annual UFO Festival, Roswell lives up to its reputation. Several historical homes and museums dot the community. The New Mexico Military Institute and the Goddard Space Museum are exciting places to visit.

Sunspot, the only place on Earth where you can watch the sun and follow its activities. The main street of Cloudcroft is like a snapshot of history, with wooden sidewalks and small unique shops and restaurants. LUBBOCK, TX – Home to the Red Raiders, better known as Texas Tech, Lubbock is the gateway to some interesting attractions and activities. The National Heritage Ranching Center and the Buddy Holly Center showcase some of the history of the area. The West Texas Walk of Fame honors the talent and rich history of the community. MIDLAND/ODESSA, TX – Sometimes called two municipalities with one destination, the Midland/Odessa area has many great spots to visit. The area is home of the Commemorative Air Force, which has on display flying military aircraft and memorabilia, and the President’s Museum, housing some of the great history of the first families of our country.

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RUIDOSO, NM – This town is sometimes called the Colorado of New Mexico. Ruidoso is our high mountain country and home to the Mescalero Apache tribe, Billy the Kid and the Lincoln County Wars. Ruidoso also offers some great winter activities and sports. High in the mountains and an easy three-hour drive from Hobbs/Lea County, Ruidoso has many of the tourist attractions you look for in a quaint tourist community. CLOUDCROFT, NM – This community is located high in the Sacramento Mountains and a gateway to Alamogordo and the Trinity Site. The town of Cloudcroft is home to

Home of: • New Mexico Challenge Marathon - April 20, 2013 • Lea County Athletic Hall of Fame • Lea County Museum Press - Publishing Books on Lea’s History • Book Store/Gift Shop • Dozens of Exhibits on the History of Lea

Also Home of Free Summer Concerts and Dances, May through September featuring such bands as Darrell McCall, The Bellamy Brothers, The Derailers, Dave Alexander Band and Johnny Rodriguez 11 Historic Buildings Including: 1909 Love Home, 1918 Commercial Hotel, 1928 Johnson Store, 1931 Lister Building

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In addition, outdoor Christmas parades are part of the total holiday celebration. The holiday season kicks off with community home lighting/decoration and the business district having Santa Claus for the children. A must see is Christmas in the Desert, featuring large holiday lighted displays at McAdams City Park. We mark the end of summer with the Annual Southwest Cowboy Celebration, called the Staked Plains Round-Up. The event brings the spirit of the Old West and country life in the modern age.

obbs has an average elevation of 3,600 feet above sea level and an average mean temperature of 63 degrees. The climate in Hobbs offers four seasons with mild variations in the accompanying weather pattern. The summers are very warm but with low humidity, ideal for all outdoor activities, such as the famous Hobbs August Nites event and one of the largest county fairs in the state.


Hobbs hosts a number of sporting tournaments throughout the year. Fall brings warm days and cool evenings, perfect for the inevitable Friday night football or soccer games held at the various city parks and high school, or a Saturday and Sunday afternoon of barbecuing with friends and family. Hobbs enjoys mild winters with crisp days, chilly nights and an occasional snowfall; even so, the area golf course and tennis courts are open year-round because the moderate weather encourages sports enthusiasts to become all-season athletes.


Spring arrives early, with warm, sunshine-soaked days coupled with mild evenings, wonderful weather for countywide baseball games and golf tournaments. Spring buds appear in February, many fruit trees bloom in March and lawns are already green by April. This beautiful climate creates ideal conditions for people who thrive in a mild, dry environment. In fact, we bask in sunshine more than 320 days a year. Free from the smog and traffic jams of more populated areas, Hobbs benefits from its proximity to mountains and snow skiing only a few hours to the west in the spectacular Rocky Mountains, two international airports a few hours to the east in Texas and an international border with Mexico within driving distance to the southwest.

hile Hobbs once was home only to traditional working ranches, farms and oilfield man camps, many of these properties have been developed into housing developments and neighborhoods. These neighborhoods offer city parks, schools and local shopping for the residents. The traditional American dream of owning a home becomes an easily acquired reality in Hobbs because of the affordable cost of living. The average cost for a three-bedroom home ranges from the mid $90s to the high $200s in mature neighborhoods. For those residents who prefer to build custom homes, property is still available in various areas. Luxurious homes, secluded garden homes, posh townhouses or upscale apartments are also available. Residents who prefer to rent can find two-bedroom modern apartments with all the conveniences in the $800+ range.


extra, special attention. Hobbs also offers HUD-subsidized apartments for elderly residents, including those who have problems with mobility. Hobbs has extended-care nursing homes for seniors who need more specific medical attention. You will find that all five municipalities in Lea County not only take individual pride in their community, but also collectively have joined together to make sure streets are

Because so much of Lea County is rural, it is not unusual to find beautiful country homes with barns and stables, gardens and pecan orchards. In addition, Hobbs offers safe, affordable housing for college students at both New Mexico Junior College and the University of the Southwest with full-service dormitories to students who prefer to live on campus. Senior residents also find Hobbs to be one of the most affordable retirement areas in the nation. Hobbs has several retirement facilities offering full-service and independent living arrangements, which pamper residents with a quality dining experience, organized outings, social interaction and community involvement in churches and civic affairs. For those needing additional care, several residential healthcare facilities provide apartment living for memory-impaired residents and other seniors who need


clean and neighborhoods are safe for young and old alike. The quality of life is one of the most important issues that our city and county governments address every day. Many people stay in Lea County because they enjoy the quality of life that is offered here. The weather, people and location make it the place to be.

s Hobbs has grown over the last decade by a double-digit rate, shopping in Hobbs has gotten better and better. Its unique specialty shops, the experience of having true customer service and the attitude of “we care about serving you” is still found in almost all the shops here. A mixture of the big boxes and department stores providing all the national brands makes shopping in Hobbs truly a great buying experience. More and more, whatever consumers are looking for, they’re likely to find it in Hobbs.


Lea County is the perfect place to buy western wear, including boots, hats, jeans, jackets, handcrafted jewelry and dressy clothing with a western flair. The upscale fashions can be found in shops throughout the county, along with a mix of the classic dress for all ages. Many of

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the shops carry unique and specialized merchandise for that special customer, so if you can’t find it in the big boxes, check out our smaller businesses. As one might expect in New Mexico, Hobbs is famous for its Tex-Mex cuisine, being only four miles from the Texas border. Being true to its Mexican culture, there are several fine traditional Mexican restaurants dotted throughout the five municipalities. Nevertheless, residents and guests alike


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will enjoy the many tastes of all cultures. From famous Mexican to the specialties of Chinese cooking and rib-sticking barbecue, there is a dining experience for every taste. Whether dining in one of Lea County’s mom-&pop diners or one of the nationally branded restaurants, dining in Hobbs is a culinary treat. You will find menus and a price range to meet any situation or budget. Plus, because you’re in the oil fields, the portions are normally larger and cooked to your taste. From morning coffee to late dinner, you will find dining in Hobbs to be both a friendly and welcome experience.

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elcome to the Hobbs flavor of hospitality. With several new national brand hotel and motels built in recent years, there is a room and bed for everyone coming to the area. With more than 1,300 sleeping rooms available in our fine hotels, there is a room price range to meet any reasonable budget.


If you are traveling here on business, you’ll be happy to know that all our hotel properties offer wireless hot spots, Internet connections in each room, along with modern business centers. Most of the hospitality properties offer meeting facilities to host smallbusiness conferences or breakfast space for one-on-one business meetings.


If vacationing is more your style, Hobbs offers special accommodations with indoor or outdoor swimming facilities along with exercise rooms with the most modern exercise equipment to help you with toning up or working off some extra energy. Most of our hotels/motels offer hot breakfasts or quick continental breakfasts for those on the go. You will find many of the properties will have or prepare a take-out breakfast bag for your travel.

Located across the street from the Lea County Event Center, NMJC & Hospital

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Hobbs is located in the heart of recreation and touring attractions, and is the place to be for a relaxing vacation. Any vacationer will enjoy staying at one of our many hotels. Whether you are coming for a visit or business, you will find a variety of accommodations to suit your housing needs and budget. From four-star hotels to quaint bed & breakfasts, you will enjoy your stay in Hobbs. If you play hard or work hard, Hobbs has just the right accommodations to make your stay with us that much more enjoyable. We want you back, so we’ll do that extra something to make you want to return. Several of our hospitality properties are listed in this booklet, or you can go to the membership section in the back of this publication to select the property that best meets your needs.

We look forward to seeing you in Hobbs.


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ulture is a prime concern in Hobbs and various public and private agencies work together to bring diverse cultural experiences and events to our communities. The J. F Maddox Foundation and the University of the Southwest provide two “Distinguished Lecture Series” with such notable speakers as NFL quarterback Peyton Manning, “Miracle on the Hudson” pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger and former First Lady Laura Bush. These series are free and open to the public. The area school systems offer many avenues for cultural outlets through their local drama, music and art programs. Both colleges, through their respective drama and music department, offer productions and musicals for the residents, as well as provide semiprofessional opportunities to their students.


The Community Play House, which entertains area residents and guests with the latest theatrical plays, welcomes local aspiring actors, directors and playwrights to participate in the local productions. The Southwest Symphony thrills classical music aficionados with local concerts and provides music and instrument training to students at local grade schools.


• Providing exhibition space for new and established artists • Providing programs and activities that encourage public awareness, participation and appreciation for the arts • Providing a catalyst for revitalization of our downtown corridor • Providing a community gathering space for individuals and groups

obbs offers many forms of recreational and leisure opportunities to its residents and guests. The great weather allows many outdoor activities to be done throughout the year. Residents enjoy all forms of organized sports and several sports organizations are available for all age groups, including swimming, archery, golf, hang gliding/soaring, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, jogging, bike riding, basketball, baseball, softball, t-ball, tennis, roller skating, bowling and soccer, to list a few. Sports in Hobbs are only limited by your ability and imagination.


For the auto enthusiast, the local drag strip offers both headto-head drag racing and timed (bracketed) drag racing. All car classes are accepted and spectators are welcomed. For off-road vehicle owners, there are plenty of opportunities to drive your vehicles. Make sure that if it is private land to get permission, though much of Lea County is either state or federal land. Organized motorcycle groups are welcomed to Hobbs and several events just for motorcycles are scheduled throughout the year. We have several motorcycle dealers in the area to take care of problems that may arise.

advantage of the cool mornings and evenings to exercise and stretch their legs. Hobbs is noted for its flat surfaces and dedicated jogging, biking and walking trails. This is a safe and healthy activity for young and old alike. Indoor sports also make up and take up a lot of Hobbs residents’ and guests’ time and energy. From organized bridge games to formal painting sessions, there is something for everyone who wants to stay indoors. We pride ourselves on having some of the best facilities in New Mexico for our senior residents and children. Monthly schedules of events and activities can be found on the various city web sites. ZIA PARK CASINO Live horse racing is featured during the months of September through December. Zia Park Casino offers live horse racing every Saturday through Tuesday with video parimutuel betting on several out-of-state tracks each day. Zia Park Casino features hundreds of slot machines and other electronic gaming. The casino is also home of the Black Gold Steak House, the Stateline Show Room and the Ledge, providing world-class food and entertainment to patrons. Las Vegas-style gaming in a small-town setting is one more feature that makes Hobbs a major stop for visitors.

There are several fishing holes in the area, with fish stocked by the New Mexico Fish and Game Department. Fishing licenses are required for adults and teens; children under 11 can fish without a license. The early morning and evening brings out bicyclists, walkers and runners. Because of the low humidity, many people take

HOBBS COUNTRY CLUB Hobbs Country Club is a private equity golf club located on the Southwest side of Hobbs, New Mexico. Founded in 1937, Hobbs C.C. has a dynamic membership comprised of civic leaders, business owners, executives and retirees of many local and national companies. Our club house offers a true fine dining experience with a combination of formal and casual dining. Hobbs Country Club has golf and swimming programs that cater to our members. If you are looking for a wonderful setting to host a special event in the Lea County area, allow our team of professionals to assist you every step of the way. At Hobbs Country Club you will be served with the utmost respect and dignity.

5001 W. Carlsbad Hwy. • Hobbs, NM 88240 • Pro Shop: 575-393-5212 • Clubhouse: 575-393-5167

Water sports are another great way to experience Hobbs. Most of Lea County’s water is underground in our Ogallala aquifer, but that which is on top is used to its fullest. Each community has public-operated swimming pools, several of them with water park settings and picnic grounds close by. Again, because of the weather, swimming is a year-round activity, with summer seeing the lion’s share of pool usage.



ea County’s educational facilities are a source of pride for residents. Each of the five municipalities has one public high school along with numerous junior high schools (middle schools), elementary schools and day-care centers. Church-sponsored schools also are available in Hobbs and Lovington.


Hobbs High School is considered a Leadership School and has received several national awards for its “Program of Excellence.” Hobbs Municipal Schools is ranked in the top 300 school systems in the U.S. by Newsweek, and participates in both the Advanced Placement and Core Knowledge Programs. All of the public schools in Lea County have digital subscriber lines (DSL), which connects them to the Internet and to the Estacado Library Interactive Network (ELIN). ELIN provides access to libraries at New Mexico Junior College and the College of the Southwest, as well as the public libraries at Hobbs, Jal and


Searching for a quality,


education? University of the Southwest offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs at an


tuition. 800-530-4400

6610 N. Lovington Highway Hobbs, NM 88240

Lovington. In addition, the entire county is part of a consortium to provide interactive, televised distancelearning opportunities. Many of the high school seniors in Lea County graduate with as many as 30 hours of college credits.

LOVINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS 18 West Washington Lovington, NM 88260 (575) 739-2200 Mission Statement: The mission of the Lovington School District is to provide educational opportunities of the highest quality to ensure that all students reach their fullest potential. Educational opportunities are designed to develop the student’s potential in the areas of academic ability, vocational skills and awareness, cultural appreciation, physical well-being, social development, and community contribution. The Board of Education of the Lovington Municipal Schools believes that every child and youth in Lovington should be provided an opportunity for an education which will develop in each child the ability to use effectively the basic skills of learning; the ability to think objectively and creatively; the zeal for social intelligence and responsibility; a wholesome attitude toward life in general; the desire to build and maintain a healthy and useful body. The teaching of moral and ethical values permeates the entire educational program.

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New Mexico Junior College (NMJC), a public two-year community college, serves the residents of Lea County with a traditional liberal arts and technically applied curriculum, which grants associate’s degrees in arts, science and applied science. NMJC also offers several specialized programs. In fact, the nursing program has received numerous accolades for its quality instruction, high standards and phenomenal graduation rate. In addition, the new Technology Training Center prepares students for professional careers in the automotive industry through a unique partnership between General Motors and Ford Motor Company. A true community college, NMJC offers a variety of vocational training programs and continued educational classes for the non-traditional student. NMJC recruits student athletes from all over the world, making it a truly multicultural campus. Its low in-state tuition and campus dormitories help make it one of the most attractive educational opportunities for its 4,500 fulltime students.


The University of the Southwest is a private, four-year liberal arts college, which bases its curriculum on Christian values and the ideals of the free-enterprise system of business and government. In fact, College of the Southwest students have won several awards in the annual Students in Free Enterprise competition. With its generous financial aid package, Southwest appeals to the 500+ full-time students who seek a solid value-based education in both bachelor’s and master’s programs. In addition, the College of the Southwest hosts the “Jack Maddox Distinguished Lecture Series,” which brings renowned speakers from all over the world to the campus and community and adds to the cultural richness of our area.

Both the University of the Southwest and New Mexico Junior College feature dynamic athletic teams, strong performing arts departments and respected academic programs accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Many people move to Hobbs because it’s the perfect place to raise a family, go to school and work for a living. The five municipalities have local control over their respective school systems, benefiting parent and teacher involvement with the superintendent and school board in providing an excellent quality of education at all grade levels. In the push for academic excellence, test scores in Hobbs are rising. For example, Hobbs students recently ranked above all other counties in the state on their ACT and California test-score results. Through a countywide consortium, all high schools in the county have access to dual-credit college credit through the Advanced Placement (AP) Program, which is another way to earn college credit through a high school program geared to higher learning. All five municipalities boast statewide and even national honors in music, debate, agriculture, science, math, essay writing and all varieties of sports, including rodeo, football, basketball, golf, baseball, swimming, soccer, tennis, track and wrestling. Many of the area churches also sponsor youth activities to build leadership and team participation. Recently, the city of Hobbs opened a new teen building dedicated to providing a safe and staffed facility for the area youth. The Boys and Girls Club provides after-school and Saturday programs for children.


ea County is noted for its rich oil and natural gas reserves, attracting international oil-related companies such as ConocoPhillips, Chevron, Baker Hughes and Halliburton.

Although the economy has benefited from the enormous wealth of the gas and oil reserves, the business community is diversified enough to create a balanced community with major stores mixed in with small, individually owned shops. The telecommunications business is booming, with Windstream Telecommunications, Baja Broadband and LEACO Rural Telephone Service prepared for new markets as Lea County continues to grow. Tourism is increasing in importance in Lea County, with several new national-brand motels and restaurants building to accommodate the casino and horse track. The casino and race track attract more than 2.2 million people per year to play, be entertained and watch world-

class horse racing. This is the only non-Native Americanowned casino built as a Las Vegas-style casino in New Mexico. Live horse racing is scheduled for the months of September through December in Hobbs. This time of the year has great weather for both the horses and spectators. There is always simulcast (televised) horse racing every day at the race track. The location of the URENCO USA uranium-enrichment facility in Lea County indicates the high-tech proficiency of the area. This $4 billion facility enriches uranium for nuclear power plants throughout the world, supporting continued clean and affordable electrical power. Several related industries also are expanding or relocating their businesses for the opportunities Lea County offers.

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Major cattle ranches and dairy farms dot the rural areas of Lea County along with agricultural farms that produce cotton, peanuts, chile, watermelon and pumpkins. The RMS Food processing plant located in Hobbs is a leading manufacturer of Boca Burger, a division of Kraft Foods, which markets many vegetarian and dietary substitutes made of soy for worldwide distribution. Because Lea County is one of the largest counties in New Mexico by area, there are still opportunities for growth and we invite prospective investors, businesses and manufacturers to consider locating or relocating to Lea County. Lea County offers assistance in planning, financing and several benefits to help build your economic base.

Despite the impressive economic development, the most important aspect of doing business in Lea County is directly related to the residents. People in Lea County have a reputation for supporting locally owned and operated businesses. From independent oil producers to local shop owners, entrepreneurs are welcomed here.


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ndustry in Lea County is diverse. The gas and oil industry, as well as a dynamic agricultural industry, have long-standing presences in the region, while the newest industry is tourism, with the additions of new restaurants, motels and entertainment destinations. More and more, high-tech companies are exploring the opportunities of Hobbs and Lea County, and the telecommunications business continues to flourish with the availability of super-fast fiber-optic lines throughout Lea County.


The world needs more energy and we know energy diversity is the only way we’re going to solve the world’s energy challenges and to meet domestic demand. Only the EnergyPlex exemplifies the “all of the above” approach to energy security, with the petroleum, nuclear and renewables industries making their home right here in the EnergyPlex.

The southeast corner of New Mexico has long been the cornerstone of the state’s energy economy. Energy companies locate their projects in the EnergyPlex because, for more than eight decades, we have worked in the research, production, processing and marketing of energy commodities. Energy is our heritage. It’s also our future. The new energy future relies on full-spectrum investment across the energy value chain. From assets to attitudes, no other region in America is more poised to develop the U.S. energy economy than the EnergyPlex. Hobbs is one of the top areas in the Southwest for industrial development and organizations such as the Hobbs Chamber of Commerce and the Economic Development Corporation of Lea County, among others, continue to champion the growth and prosperity of this region.

hurches abound in Hobbs, reflective of the close-knit communities, with a focus on family values and spiritual worship. In the pioneer days, one building might have served as both a schoolhouse during the week and a worship center on the weekend. In fact, after the post office and the school, one of the first buildings to appear in Lea County was a permanent church building. Today, each municipality in Lea County revolves around conservative religious values represented by the various religious denominations and supported by active congregations. Spiritual worship remains an important part of the community and those seeking a religious home can choose from several dozen churches of all denominations.


Sunday morning in Hobbs finds many of its residents in small groups studying the Bible or their book of worship

during Sunday school and then worshiping together as a church family. Hobbs is noted for its annual Prayer Breakfast sponsored by the University of the Southwest. This has become the region’s largest day of prayer for our county and its leaders. All denominations are welcome to participate and share in this day of thanksgiving.

The spiritual community shows its support by working hand-in-hand with such outreach programs as the Salvation Army and Habitat for Humanity. In addition, many churches sponsor singles’ groups, youth programs, musical opportunities, Vacation Bible Schools, missionary work and ecumenical activities during special services at Christmas and Easter.


CITY OF LOVINGTON The city of Lovington has five elected city councilors, elected by district, with a mayor elected from within the council. The city is managed by a city manager who provides leadership for the day-to-day operations of the city and the various departments and services. The city of Lovington employs 26 certified police officers and has a fire department of 17 firefighters and EMTs.


CITY OF EUNICE The city of Eunice has eight elected city council members elected by districts and a mayor elected city-wide. The mayor manages the day-to-day operations of the city in cooperation with the city manager. The city of Eunice has a chief and five certified police officers. A full-time fire chief supervises 30 volunteer firefighters, along with seven certified volunteer EMTs. oters in Lea County take an active role in politics, especially local politics. The county is governed by five county commissioners, each representing a district of the county. The day-today management of the county is overseen by the county manager, who provides supervision to the various county departments and employees. The other elected county officials are the Sheriff, Treasurer, Assessor, Probate Judge and County Clerk.


Each city in the county has its own locally elected officials who are elected by districts or at large within their municipalities to set policies and to govern their community. CITY OF HOBBS The city of Hobbs has six district elected commissioners and a city-wide elected mayor. The mayor and commissioners hire a city manager, who is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the city and its various departments. The city of Hobbs Police Department has a chief and approximately 80 certified police officers. The Hobbs Police Department is one of four police departments accredited by the International Police Chief’s Association. The Hobbs Fire Department has a chief and 71 firefighters who also are certified as EMT/Paramedics. The city of Hobbs enjoys the lowest Insurance Fire Rating in the state of New Mexico.

CITY OF JAL The city of Jal has six elected city council members plus a mayor, all of whom serve the community at large. The city is managed by the city manager in cooperation with the mayor. The city of Jal has a chief and six certified police officers, and one full-time fire chief and medical-services director along with 18 volunteer firefighters/EMTs.

CITY OF TATUM The city of Tatum has four elected city councilors and a mayor, all of whom are elected at large. The Tatum Police Department has a chief and three certified police officers. The city’s fire department has a chief and 10 volunteer firefighters, and operates the ambulance service for the city.

NEW MEXICO STATE POLICE The New Mexico State Police has a sub-district office in Hobbs and provides patrol officers and supervision for Lea County-based State Police officers. The State Police district offices are located in the city of Roswell.

LEA COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT The Lea County Sheriff’s office is staffed with 44 certified deputies who are responsible for Courthouse security, civil service and patrolling the unincorporated areas of Lea County. This modern sheriff’s department coordinates its criminal operations and investigations with the various local law enforcement agencies. The Lea County Sheriff’s Department has offices in Hobbs and Lovington and has resident deputies in Jal, Eunice and Tatum.

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ea County’s two hospitals provide excellent medical services, which include modern emergency services and helicopter landing pads. Lea Regional Medical Center is a joint commission accredited 250-bed facility located in Hobbs. The hospital is home to nearly 550 nurses, physicians and support staff, which includes a vibrant medical community made up of more than 75 primary care and specialty physicians. This state-of-the-art medical facility also provides comprehensive medical care services including inpatient and outpatient surgery, cutting-edge MRI, CT and digital mammography, a beautifully remodeled women's services and maternity unit, and Lea County's only 30-minute emergency room pledge. In addition, Lea Regional operates PROS, a physical, occupational and speech therapy clinic and the Center for Industrial Medicine, an occupational medicine


and urgent care clinic. For more information about Lea Regional Medical Center, please visit In Lovington, Nor-Lea Hospital is a modern, full-service medical facility licensed for 25 beds. Additionally, the hospital operates a clinic for walk-ins and a home healthcare service for its patients. The newly remodeled emergency room is equipped with the latest technology and equipment to handle most emergencies. The hospital is the pride of the Lovington community, providing hometown healthcare. Nor-Lea Hospital is serviced by 15 physicians in selected medical specialties. With its temperate climate, Lea County attracts many people looking for a suitable place to live, work and retire. Affordable housing, friendly and helpful neighbors and recreational activities all contribute to making this corner of

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New Mexico the ideal location for senior residents and retirement. For senior residents who prefer a communityhousing environment, Hobbs offers several senior and independent housing arrangements, as well as apartments for memory-impaired residents and other senior-need special care. Hobbs and Lovington offer HUD subsidized housing for elderly residents, including those who have problems with mobility. Both municipalities have nursing homes for seniors who need more specific medical attention.

All Lea County municipalities offer senior citizen facilities for activities, meals, socials, healthcare information and transportation assistance. Organized activities include


dances, aerobic exercise, sports, games, trips and volunteer opportunities. The Lea County Senior Olympics offers competitive events for seniors in different age groups. Seniors who qualify can then advance to the annual State Senior Olympics. New Mexico Junior College provides affordable continued education courses so that senior residents can participate in lifelong learning opportunities. Through the National Arthritis Foundation, NMJC also offers water aquatic classes in a heated pool for those seniors who suffer from the debilitating effects of arthritis. The semi-arid, sunny climate helps soothe aching and virtually eliminates many respiratory ailments. Because Lea County has a reputation as a premier retirement location, the five municipalities cater to their senior residents and collectively provide one of the best and most affordable retirement locations in the United States.

ea County is host to five incorporated municipalities and several townships. The county commission is made up of five elected commissioners, each of whom represents a district.


New Mexico


2010 Population: 2,082,224 Percent change since 2000: 13.2% Land area: 121,298 square miles

2010 Population: 2,047 Percent change since 2000: 2.56% Land area: 4.8 square miles

Lea County


2010 Population: 64,727 Percent change since 2000: 16.6% Land area: 4,390 square miles

2010 Population: 2,922 Percent change since 2000: 14.05% Land area: 2.92 square miles


City of Tatum

2010 Population: 11,009 Percent change since 2000: 16.2% Land area: 4.74 square miles

1.18 square miles 2010 Population: 798 Percent change since 2000: 16.84% Land area: 1.2 square miles

Hobbs 2010 Population: 34,122 Percent change since 2000: 19.1% Land area: 23.96 square miles

UTILITIES A quick reference guide to telephone numbers for service in the Lea County area. Telephone Service Windstream Telecom........................................................800-501-1754 LEACO ..............................................................................575-370-5010 PVT ....................................................................................575-392-9958 Cable – Satellite Baja Broadband ...............................................................800-996-8788 Dish Network .....................................................................800-201-5756 Direct TV............................................................................888-866-3008 Power Companies Lea County Electric Coop ................................................575-396-3631 Xcel Energy.......................................................................800-895-4999

Water Service City of Hobbs – Water .......................................................575-397-9216 City of Jal – Water.............................................................575-395-2222 City of Lovington – Water ..................................................575-396-2884 City of Eunice – Water.......................................................575-394-2576 City of Tatum – Water........................................................575-398-4633 COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS United Way of Lea County.................................................575.397.2203 Habitat for Humanity.........................................................575-397-4398 American Red Cross .........................................................575-393-7516 Hobbs Rotary Club ...........................................................575-391-3601 Hobbs Lions – Evening ......................................................575-393-6352 Boys & Girls Club...............................................................575-393-7905 Masonic Lodge #63.........................................................575-392-5206 Hobbs Country Club .........................................................575-393-5167 Jal Country Club...............................................................575-395-2330 Lovington Country Club ....................................................575-396-6619 Soaring Society of America ..............................................575-392-1177 American Legion ..............................................................575-393-6818 VFW Post # 3274...............................................................575-393-4053

IMPORTANT COUNTY TELEPHONE NUMBERS County Manager’s Office ........................................................396-8602 County Clerk’s Office ...............................................................396-8620 County Treasurer’s Office .........................................................396-8643 County Assessor’s Office ..........................................................396-8626 Probate Judge’s Office ............................................................396-8648 District Attorney Office..............................................................396-7616 Magistrate Court #3 ................................................................394-3368 Sheriff’s Office ..........................................................................396-3611 Airport Manager.......................................................................391-2934 Clerk District Judge ..................................................................396-4768 Lea County Event Center.........................................................391-2900

Natural Gas Companies Zia Natural Gas Company................................................575-392-4277


ew business owners will find that networking and being a member of a local chamber of commerce is an essential ingredient for a successful business. The five chambers in Lea County represent a great cross section of small, medium and large businesses.


Hobbs Chamber of Commerce represents more than 500 businesses in the Hobbs area and prides itself on being the advocate for business in the community. Its ongoing mission is to promote commerce, community and character in the Greater Hobbs Area. The Chamber can be reached at

Lovington Chamber of Commerce represents more than 300 businesses in the Lovington area and resides in the Lea County seat of government. For more information, visit


Eunice Chamber of Commerce has a diverse membership, including URENCO USA, which enriches uranium for nuclear power generation. You can contact the Eunice Chamber at Jal Chamber of Commerce, the home of the Old West, has more than 150 members and is proud of its annual Jalarama event. You can contact the Jal Chamber at City of Tatum Chamber of Commerce represents more than 30 businesses in a quaint, ranching community. For more information, visit Your membership in any of the five Chambers is a positive investment for you and your business.


AT&T Mobility (575) 393-0393

Brooks Properties (575) 390-5987

The Color Printer (575) 393-8188

Auld Sign Co. (575) 397-2222

Brown’s Shoe Fit Co. (575) 397-1212

Comcast Spotlight (575) 524-9400

1-800-WATER DAMAGE (575) 631-2630

Awesome Graphics & Promotions (575) 392-3455

Bruckner’s Truck Sales, Inc. (575) 392-7571

Community Drug Coalition of Lea County (575) 391-1301

Aztec Rental (575) 392-1718

Budget Inn (575) 391-0447

Conoco Phillips (575) 391-3118

Bull Rogers Inc Oil Field Service (575) 393-5797

Constructors, Inc. (575) 392-1193

Burger Builders (575) 392-8511

Constructors, Inc. - Carlsbad (575) 885-8838

Busy Bea Treasures & Antiques (575) 390-4167

Continental Loans (575) 492-9492

A A & M Machine Works (575) 397-3288


A G Custom Sheet Metal (575) 393-1340

B & G Transportation (575) 392-8514

A to Z Tire & Battery (575) 393-4572

Babe’s Sports Page (575) 492-0022

Abbott Brothers Drilling Contractor (575) 393-8866

Baja Broadband (575) 393-7562


Accounting & Consulting Group, LLP (575) 392-3377

Banta Oil Field Service, Inc. (575) 393-3875

Calvary Memorial Funeral Home (575) 392-0677

Action Alarm, Inc. (575) 392-0415

Barton Oil Producers (575) 397-3925

Canopies & Tent Rentals (575) 392-5433

Add-An-Attic (575) 392-1300

Basin Surveys (575) 393-7316

Caprock Consignment (575) 391-7543

Admiral Beverage (575) 393-2591

Bearing Supply Co. (575) 397-2456

Carpet Tech (575) 762-0086

Adobe Storage (575) 392-0291

Benchmark Business Solutions (575) 627-0055

CASA of Lea County (575) 393-0015

Adobe Village Rental Homes (575) 541-3002

Best Western Executive Inn (575) 397-7171

Casey’s (575) 393-0308

After Hours Locksmith (575) 391-9493

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Lea County (575) 391-6878

Cattle Baron Restaurants, Inc. (575) 393-2800

Albertsons-Sav-On (575) 392-4514

Big Guns Rathole and Foundation Drilling (575) 397-3015

Celebrity Status Salon & Day Spa (575) 492-0144

Allstate Hester Agency (575) 393-9050

Blaine Industrial Supply, Inc. (575) 397-1114

Chaparral Builders, Inc. (575) 397-7571

American Classifieds (575) 393-5991

Blair Machine, Inc. (575) 392-6506

Chapel of Hope Funeral Home (575) 392-5683

American Medical Group, Inc. (575) 392-2040

Bloom (575) 393-0922

Chesapeake Operating (575) 391-1462 x6210


American Red Cross (575) 393-7516

Bobby Shaw Realty (575) 392-2023

Choices Center for Independent Living (575) 627-6727

D & D Pipeline Construction, Inc. (575) 433-0177

American Stone Works, LLC (575) 393-2525

Bobby Shaw Realty - George Stanley, Assoc. Broker (575) 399-4300

Christian Center (575) 392-5166

DALCO, Inc. (575) 397-2526

Cintas Corporation (575) 397-4202

Dale Shirley Contractor, LLC (575) 390-5120

City of Hobbs Fire Department (575) 397-9308

Daniels Insurance (575) 393-5191

City of Hobbs, City Manager’s Office (575) 397-9206

Days Inn (575) 397-6541

Clines Rentals (575) 393-0181

Decker Mobile Home Svc. (575) 392-8577

Coca-Cola Enterprise (575) 397-6422

Dee’s Welcome Service (575) 390-5040

Applebee’s (575) 392-7457 Apria Healthcare (575) 392-0202 Arbor Care Tree & Shrub, LLC (575) 393-9424 Ashley Furniture Homestore (575) 392-7000

Border States Electric (575) 392-1212 Boy Scouts of America (575) 622-3461 Brandon & Clark, Inc. (575) 392-7561 Bravo Management (575) 397-3970 Bright Ad and Signs (575) 392-1511

Cotton Castle (575) 392-5441 Country Chiropractic (575) 392-2225 Country Inn and Suites (575) 391-0282 Crenshaw Consulting Group (575) 393-0073 Crosswinds Community Church (575) 397-7661 Crown Equipment (877) 366-9510 Cummins Rocky Mountain, LLC (303) 927-2239 Curtis Machine, Inc. (575) 393-3913 Curves (575) 392-4021 Custom Engraving (575) 397-5936

Apache Sales, Inc. (575) 393-0464

Copies, Inc. (575) 397-7471


Desert Hills Motel (575) 393-9196

Family Vision Center (575) 392-8880

HBS National Corp. (281) 679-5332

Hose Products, Inc. (432) 367-4673

Devon Energy Production Co., LP (575) 748-3371

Family Wellness Chiropractic (575) 393-4636

Heaven Scent Flowers/Gifts (575) 397-7770

Hydroloam Services, LLC (575) 391-9459

Diversified Field Services (575) 397-6437

Fast Bucks (575) 492-6049

Helms Roofing Co. (575) 393-3194

Dixie Electric (575) 393-4466

Festivies, LP (575) 397-2253

B.J. Henderson, DDS (575) 392-3434

Double J Animal Hospital (575) 738-0143

Financial Resources (575) 397-0509

Hide & Seek Boutique (575) 492-0321

Dragon China Buffet (575) 397-2828

First American Bank (575) 392-9200

Higginbotham-Bartlett Co. (575) 392-3833

Dynegy Midstream Service (575) 393-2823

First United Methodist Church (575) 397-7777

High Plains Radiation Investments, LLC (806) 796-1122

Fitness Fury (575) 631-2985

Hobbs Anchor, Inc. (575) 393-5718

Floors-To-Go (575) 392-7705

Hobbs Animal Clinic & Pet Care Center (575) 392-5563

Forklift Enterprises (575) 397-6431

Hobbs Assoc. of Realtors (575) 397-6445

Forrest Tire Company (575) 393-2186

Hobbs Boys & Girls Club (575) 393-7905

Fraternal Order of Eagles (575) 393-6218

Hobbs Community Players (575) 393-0676

Friends of the Hobbs Public Library (575) 393-6589

Hobbs Country Club (575) 393-5167

Full Circle Outreach (575) 393-5974

Hobbs Express (575) 397-9290

E E.Z. Moving & Storage (575) 393-0008 Eagle 7 (575) 392-3988 Eagle Ridge Apartments (575) 392-0488 Eagle Supply (575) 397-3661 Econo Lodge (575) 397-3591 Economic Development Corporation of Lea County (575) 397-2039 Edward Jones Inv. (575) 392-0949 Edward Jones Investments (575) 393-0992

El Caballero #2 (575) 433-0118


Elite Home Health, LLC (575) 393-9281 Elite Nails (575) 393-0345 Elliott & Waldron (575) 393-7706 En Sueno Bed and Breakfest (575) 392-9347 Endless Discounts, LLC (575) 397-0166 Enrichment Technology US, Inc. (575) 391-1030 Enterprise Rent-A-Car (575) 397-4334 Ernie Naegele & Associates, Inc. (575) 393-0555 Everything Nice (575) 392-1512 Expressions Dance Academy (575) 441-0225 The Eye Site, P.A. (575) 397-3611

F Fairfield Inn & Suites (575) 393-0667 Family Center of Lea County, Inc. (575) 393-1776


Hobbs Family Inn (575) 397-3251 Hobbs Head Start Child (575) 397-7336 Hobbs Health Care Center (575) 392-6845

I IHOP #3072/Shiprock Enterprises (806) 748-7827 Initial Impression (575) 397-0019 Intercontinental Potash Corp (USA) (575) 942-2799 ITS Quest (575) 393-1585

J J-Cap Manufacturing, Inc. (432) 758-2757 J.R. Canon & Associates (432) 758-2757 Jarrell Services (575) 393-1736 Johnson Miller & Co. CPA (575) 393-2171 JP Stone Community Bank (575) 391-3910

Hobbs Iron & Metal, Inc. dba Steel Depot (575) 393-1726


Hobbs Jaycees (575) 390-5119

K.W. Brock Directories (800) 592-7625

Hobbs Juneteenth Commitee (575) 318-3829

KBIM AM/FM Radio (575) 623-9100

The GEO Group, Inc. (575) 392-4055

Hobbs Municipal Schools Eagle Trust Foundation (575) 433-0100

KBIM TV (575) 706-3162

Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest (575) 393-5869

Hobbs News Sun (575) 393-2123

Goff Dairy (575) 392-7122

Hobbs NM Kennel Club (575) 393-5406

Good Life Assisted Living (575) 492-0038

Hobbs Police Department (575) 397-9265

Got Safety? (575) 738-1140

Hobbs Quarterback Club (575) 390-6037

Great Plains Veterinary (575) 392-5513

Hobbs Rotary Club (575) 391-3601

Great Western Dining Svc., Inc. (575) 492-2586

Hobbs RV Park (575) 393-3226

G & G Roofing, Inc. (575) 393-2205 G. Greenstreet, Inc. (806) 745-9444 Garner’s Land & Marine (575) 391-9933 General Welding Supply Co. (575) 393-6191

H Habitat for Humanity (575) 397-4398 Haller-Phillips, Inc. (575) 393-3443 Halliburton Energy Service (575) 392-6531 Halsell Family Chiropractic (575) 396-5307 Hampton Inn & Suites (575) 492-6000

Hobbs Spring Service (575) 393-3051 Hobbs USSSA Baseball (575) 390-7048 Hobbs Vacuum Cleaner Center (575) 397-2525 Holiday Inn Express (Platinum Hospitality) (575) 392-8777 The Home Depot (575) 492-9117 HomeSmart (575) 393-0150 Horizon Well Service, LLC (575) 942-0280

Keep It Sweet Shoppe (575) 391-7897 Kelly Maclaskey Oilfield (575) 393-1016 Kendall’s Kountry Meat Market (575) 397-6328 KIMCO (575) 392-3362 Kirkmeyer Electric, Inc. (575) 397-3631 KLMA Radio 96.5 (575) 391-9650 KOBR TV 8 (575) 625-8888 Kountry Korral Gift Shop & Tea Room (575) 392-6122 Kozy Kritters Pets & Supplies (575) 318-3883 KPER/KYKK/KEJL Radio (575) 393-1551 Kymera Independent Physicians (575) 392-0222 KZOR/KPZA/KIXN Radio (575) 397-4969



L & C Trucking (575) 397-2565

Maddox, Holloman & Kirksey, P.C. (575) 393-0505

La Michoacana (575) 631-7204

Manna Outreach (575) 397-1155

La Parrilla Mexican Grill (575) 393-0070

Martin Boot Co. (575) 397-2668

La Quinta Inn & Suites (575) 397-8777

Massey’s Body Shop (575) 393-6768

La Tienda Supermarket (575) 393-4555

Master Plumbers, Inc. (575) 397-9385

LACT Service Company (575) 392-3070

Mattress Depot (575) 392-6508

Lynda Lakin, Ph.D. (575) 397-4000

Mayes & Mayes (575) 393-4933

Lamplighter Motel (575) 397-2406

McCool’s Air Tech (575) 738-8080

Lasco Construction, Inc. (575) 393-9161

McCormick & Sons Tire & Service (575) 397-3782

New Mexico Assisted Living, LLC dba Desert Gardens Assisted Living & Memory Care (575) 393-2828 New Mexico Health Insurance Alliance (505) 989-1600 New Mexico Junior College (575) 492-2780 Newman & Co. (575) 392-7777 NM Department of Labor (575) 393-5188 NMJC Foundation (575) 492-2780 NMJC Small Business Development Center (575) 492-4701 NMJC Thunderbird Booster Club (575) 492-2758 Nolan H. Brunson, Inc. (575) 393-6169 Nor Lea Family Dental Clinic of Lea County (575) 393-0323 Nor-Lea General Hospital (575) 396-6611

McCoy Corp. (575) 392-1932

Lea County Commission for the Arts (575) 397-2787

McDaniels & Assoc., LLC (575) 393-6490

Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame (575) 392-5518

McDonald’s (575) 393-0331

Lea County Inn (575) 392-2003

McVay Drilling (575) 397-3311

Lea County Museum (575) 396-4805

Me-Tex Oil & Gas, Inc. (575) 397-1191

Lea County Septic Tank Service (575) 397-2382

Merrill Lynch (575) 392-6552


Lea County Sheriff’s Department (575) 396-1196

Mewbourne Oil Co. (575) 393-5905

O & S Quik Change, Inc. (575) 392-5151

Lea County Shrine Club (575) 393-7882

Mid-America Pipeline Co., LLC (575) 393-4328

Occidental Permian, Ltd. (575) 397-8200

Lea County State Bank (575) 397-4511

Miller Waldrop Furniture (575) 392-6508

Ocotillo Park Golf Course (575) 397-9297

Lea County Women’s Network (575) 397-6688

The Model II, Inc. (575) 393-0044

Odessa Pumps & Equipment of NM (575) 393-4046

Lea Power Partners (575) 397-6719

Molina Healthcare of NM (575) 519-0994

Ogallala Water (866) 642-5525

Lea Regional Medical Center (575) 492-5000

Monster Properties, LLC (530) 795-3250

Onda-Lay Pipe & Rental, Inc. (575) 397-3984

Lea Soil & Water Cons. Dist. (575) 396-5857

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney - Vince Yegge (575) 875-6200

Option, Inc. (575) 397-1576

LEACO (575) 370-5011

Mr. B’s Trailer Sales (575) 631-1045

Leaders Industries (575) 393-8201

Mr. B’s Vending (575) 397-3745

Leavell Insurance, Inc. (575) 393-2550

Mr. Payroll #144 (575) 397-7399

Lefty’s Exchange (575) 393-1199

Murdock-York Tire Co., Inc. (575) 393-4544

Llano Estacado Art Association (575) 390-1166

Music World (575) 392-7511

Long John Silver’s Sea Food Shoppe (575) 392-8817 Rebecca Long Farmers Insurance (575) 393-2661 Loyal Order of the Moose (575) 393-7572 James Lunardon, DDS (575) 392-4509 Lynx Petroleum Consultants, Inc. (575) 392-6950

Norte Vista Pharmacy (575) 392-6516 Nova Mud, Inc. (575) 393-8786 NPSR Architects, Inc. (575) 885-4775

Permian Toyota (575) 397-1100 Petroleum Asset Management, LLC (575) 392-8252 Pettigrew & Associates (575) 393-9827 The Phoenix Property Management, LLC (575) 393-2616 Pioneer Bank (575) 393-2102 Pizza Inn (575) 397-0505 PMR, LLC Real Estate Mgt. Services (575) 392-7368 Pop’s Top Shop (575) 441-0146 Precision Tune-up (575) 492-9127 Premier OB/GYN, LLC (575) 392-6600 Premium Limousine (575) 397-9734 Price Insurance Agency (575) 397-5877 Pro-Treat Weed & Pest Control, LLC (575) 392-3261 Proforma Desert & Promotions (575) 392-4067 PVT Networks (575) 392-9958

R R360 (575) 393-1079 Ranchers Steakhouse & Buffet (575) 393-7608 Ready Trucking (575) 391-0168 Gary Don Reagan, P.A. (575) 397-6551 Real Time Solutions (505) 830-0414 The Red Door (575) 942-1212


Regal Manor Apartments (575) 392-8255

Pacific Rim Restaurant & Coffee Shop (575) 392-0030

Rice Operating Co. (575) 393-9174

Palmer Drug Abuse (575) 397-6333

RMS Foods (575) 397-1908

Tommy D. Parker, Attorney (575) 397-2400

Roadrunner Chemical (575) 397-3382


Pate Trucking Co., Inc. (575) 397-6264

Robinson & Associates Real Estate - Cindy Shoobridge, Assoc. Broker (575) 390-1361

Nana’s Collectible & Antique Mall (575) 397-4481

Pecos Valley Physician Group (575) 492-5678

NAPA Auto Parts (575) 393-1058

Pepsi Cola (575) 392-6189

NATGAS, Inc. (575) 393-6300

Paul’s Precision Paint & Body (575) 392-9660

Rental Self-Service Storage (575) 392-2327

Rockwood Amish Furniture (806) 488-2835 Roto Rooter (575) 397-1011

Lea Community Fed Credit Union (575) 393-1596

Permian Ford Lincoln-Mercury (575) 393-6176



StarCare (575) 393-7007

United Way 211 Referal Line (575) 397-2203

State Farm Agent Katrina Weiss (575) 392-2001

University of the Southwest (575) 392-6561


Sacred Power Corporation (505) 242-2292

State Farm Insurance (575) 392-1772

URENCO USA (575) 394-4646

Xcel Energy (575) 391-3251

Sadler & Son Monument Works Co. (575) 392-7269

State of NM Workers Compensation Admin. (575) 396-6014

Sam’s Club (575) 627-9865

Sullivan Crane & Rigging (575) 393-7141



Sanders Orthopedic Brace & Limb (575) 392-1726

Summer Wind Terrace (575) 392-1074

Sandia Hearing Centers (575) 392-0218

Sun Loan Co. (575) 397-3153, inc. (800) 600-0134

You Bet Your Glass! (575) 392-0628

Sands Motel (575) 393-4442

Sunbird Home Resort Products (575) 392-5882

Vista Care Hospice of Hobbs (575) 392-2060

Young’s Manufactured Homes (575) 393-1525

Saturday’s Restaurant (575) 392-3651

Supam, LLC Mukeshbhai Patel, M.D. (575) 392-3903

SAV Associated Services, LLC (505) 661-7000

Sweet & Spicey (575) 397-4611

Schlotzsky’s Deli (575) 492-9852 Security Fence, Inc. (575) 393-5922 Security Finance (575) 397-3855 Shaner’s Pumpjack Repair, LLC (575) 397-7750 Sharp Communications & Consulting, LLC (575) 318-9538 Shaunda Jenkins/Tupperware (575) 397-4074 Lynn Shaw, DDS (575) 392-7565

Sherwin-Williams Company (575) 393-4139


R. Paul Shoemaker, DMD (575) 393-8069 Signature Real Estate (575) 393-2209 Sister’s Boutique (575) 392-8893 Sleep Inn and Suites (575) 393-3355 Soaring Events & Marketing (505) 720-6057 Soaring Society of America (575) 392-1177 Sonic Drive-In (575) 393-8544 Sonic Drive-In #2 (575) 393-5366 SOS Staffing (575) 392-3637 Southeast New Mexico Title Svc. Co., Inc. (575) 391-8634 Southwest Symphony (575) 738-1041 Sparkle (575) 631-5563 Spencer Theater For The Performing Arts (575) 631-5563 Spherion (575) 393-9675 St. Helena’s School, Inc. (575) 392-5405 St. Paul’s United Methodist Church (575) 392-5581

T Tactical Security Solutions (575) 393-0158 Targa Resources (575) 393-2823 x236 Tascosa Office Machines (575) 393-3676 Tate Branch Dodge Chrysler Jeep (575) 392-4641 Tautfest Plumbing (575) 393-0229 Taylor’s Weed & Pest Control Svc. (575) 492-9247 Terraton Construction, LLC (575) 397-5077 The Financial Firm, LLC (575) 392-2221 Therapy Services Associates (575) 392-4129 Thomas J. Salb, Ph.D., P.A. (575) 391-7818 Thomas Petroleum (575) 492-0058 Thriftway (575) 393-5653 Todd Williford Agency (575) 393-3252 Total Safety U.S., Inc. (575) 392-2973 Travel Unlimited (575) 397-2727 Lawrence Tuttle, DDS (575) 392-4290

U UniFirst Corporation (575) 393-5290 United Blood Services (432) 561-5539 United Way (575) 397-2203

W W105 FM (575) 396-0499 Wagner Equipment (575) 393-2148 Wal-Mart Supercenter (575) 492-0120 Walgreen’s (575) 393-2614 Walgreen’s (575) 392-0053 Wallach Concrete, Inc. (575) 392-5008 Washington TRU Solutions (575) 234-8202 Waste Management of SE NM (575) 394-4300 Water Processing (575) 393-2598 Watson Truck & Supply, Inc. (575) 397-2411 Wayne Long Realty (575) 391-8900 Wells Fargo Bank NM NA (575) 391-3600 WESCO Distributing (575) 397-0131 Western Commerce Bank (575) 397-3281 Western Heritage Museum (575) 392-6730 Western Motors (575) 393-1994 Western States Development Group, LLC (575) 393-2616 WesTex Document, Inc. (800) 280-7532 Windscape Apartments (575) 738-0054 Windstream Communications (575) 397-1935 The Workhorse (575) 397-4605

Z Zia Consulting (575) 393-0692 Zia Natural Gas Co. (575) 392-4277 Zia Park Race Track & Casino (575) 492-7000 Zia RVillas (575) 392-7887 Zia Stor-All, Inc. (575) 392-2142

Abstractors Elliott & Waldron 1819 N. Turner St., Ste. B Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-7706 Accountants Accounting & Consulting Group, LLP 1801 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-3377 Johnson Miller & Co. CPA 225 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2171 Petroleum Asset Management, LLC 3325 Enterprise Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-8252 The Financial Firm, LLC 4212 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-2221

Windscape Apartments 3901 N. Central Ave. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 738-0054 Architects NPSR Architects, Inc. 606 W. Pierce St. Carlsbad, NM 88220 (575) 885-4775 Attorneys Maddox, Holloman & Kirksey, P.C. 205 E. Bender Blvd., Ste. 150 Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 393-0505 Tommy D. Parker, Attorney 235 E. Bender Blvd., Ste. 150 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2400 Gary Don Reagan, P.A. 1819 N. Turner St., Ste. G Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-6551

Air Conditioning/Heating A G Custom Sheet Metal 820 E. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1340

Automobile Dealers New/Used Permian Ford Lincoln-Mercury 1000 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-6176

McCool’s Air Tech 3216 N. Enterprise Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 738-8080

Permian Toyota 3506 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-1100

Apartments/Rental Properties Adobe Village Rental Homes 7022 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, Nm 88240 (575) 541-3002 Clines Rentals 1421 E. Park St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0181 Eagle Ridge Apartments 3419 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-0488 PMR, LLC Real Estate Mgt. Services 401 W. Taylor St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-7368 Regal Manor Apartments 1502 E. Bender Blvd., Ste. 27 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-8255

Automotive A to Z Tire & Battery 2215 E. Seminole Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-4572 Forrest Tire Company 1703 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2186 KIMCO 1214 E. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-3362 Massey’s Body Shop 409 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-6768 McCormick & Sons Tire & Service 215 S. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3782 Murdock-York Tire Co., Inc. 1400 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-4544 NAPA Auto Parts 1604 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1058 O & S Quik Change, Inc. 2301 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-5151 Paul’s Precision Paint & Body 615 E. St. Anne Pl. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-9660

Tate Branch Dodge Chrysler Jeep 4123 N. Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-4641

Precision Tune-up 2012 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-9127

Watson Truck & Supply, Inc. 1501 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2411

Southeast New Mexico Title Svc. Co., Inc. 900 S. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-8634

Western Motors 1224 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1994 Automobile Rental Enterprise Rent-A-Car 1126 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-4334

Banks/Savings & Loans First American Bank 1220 W. Joe Harvey Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-9200 JP Stone Community Bank 1100 W. Joe Harvey Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-3910

Lea Community Fed Credit Union 2220 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1596 Lea County State Bank 1017 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-4511 Pioneer Bank 1020 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2102 Wells Fargo Bank NM NA 1910 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-3600 Western Commerce Bank 2224 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3281 Barber/Beauty/Cosmetics Elite Nails 939 E. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0345 Bed & Breakfast En Sueno Bed and Breakfest 3505 W. Alabama St. Hobbs, NM 88242 (575) 392-9347 Buses/Schools/Charter B & G Transportation 6401 N. Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-8514 Business & Development Economic Development Corporation of Lea County 200 E. Broadway St., Ste. A Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 397-2039 Business Services City of Hobbs, City Manager’s Office 200 E. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-9206 SAV Associated Services, LLC 183 Central Park Sq. Los Alamos, NM 87544 (505) 661-7000 Cabinet Shops Pop’s Top Shop 1945 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 441-0146

Advertising Specialties Proforma Desert & Promotions 909 W. Mesa Verde Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-4067

Summer Wind Terrace 16 A Stone Crest Ct. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-1074


Casinos Zia Park Race Track & Casino 3901 W. Millen Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-7000 Check Cashing Service Mr. Payroll #144 100 E. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-7399 Chemicals Blaine Industrial Supply, Inc. 1005 N. Coleman St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-1114 Chiropractors Country Chiropractic 3830 N Grimes St., Ste. H Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-2225 Family Wellness Chiropractic 1010 N. Dalmont St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-4636 Halsell Family Chiropractic 1601 W. Ave. I Lovington, NM 88260 (575) 396-5307 Cleaners/Laundry/Linen Supply Cintas Corporation 2029 S. Loop 250 W. Midland, TX 79703 (575) 397-4202

UniFirst Corporation 3015 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5290


Cleaning Carpet Tech 101 Hall St. Clovis, NM 88101 (575) 762-0086 Communications LEACO 220 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 370-5011 PVT Networks 4011 W. Main St. Artesia, NM 88210 (575) 392-9958 Community Organizations American Red Cross 200 E. Park St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-7516 Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Lea County 105 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-6878 Boy Scouts of America 2603 N. Aspen Ave. Roswell, NM 88201 (575) 622-3461 CASA of Lea County 215 W. Broadway St., Ste. 9 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0015 Choices Center for Independent Living 726 E. Michigan Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 627-6727

City of Hobbs Fire Department 301 E. White St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-9308 Family Center of Lea County, Inc. 200 E. Park St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1776 Fraternal Order of Eagles 1200 E. White St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-6218 Friends of the Hobbs Public Library P.O. Box 5041 Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 393-6589 Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest 522 E. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5869 Habitat for Humanity 920 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-4398 Hobbs Boys & Girls Club 212 E. Dunnam St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-7905 Hobbs Community Players P.O. Box 2153 Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 393-0676 Hobbs Jaycees P.O. Box 2372 Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 390-5119 Hobbs Juneteenth Commitee 1219 E. Main St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 318-3829 Hobbs NM Kennel Club 2337 N. Jefferson St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5406 Hobbs Quarterback Club P.O. Box 5124 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 390-6037 Hobbs Rotary Club P.O. Box 1444 Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 391-3601 Hobbs USSSA Baseball 805 W. De Vargas St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 390-7048 Lea County Commission for the Arts 122 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2787 Lea County Shrine Club P.O. Box 2041 Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 393-7882 Lea County Women’s Network P.O. Box 2242 Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 397-6688 Lea Soil & Water Cons. Dist. 401 Tatum Hwy. Lovington, NM 88260 (575) 396-5857

Leaders Industries 115 W. Dunnam St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-8201 Llano Estacado Art Association P.O. Box 5636 Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 390-1166 Loyal Order of the Moose 2920 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-7572 Manna Outreach 909 S. Selman St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-1155 New Mexico Health Insurance Alliance P.O. Box 5095 Santa Fe, NM 87502 (505) 989-1600 NMJC Foundation 5317 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-2780 Option, Inc. 200 N. Dalmont St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-1576 Palmer Drug Abuse 200 E. Snyder St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-6333 Soaring Society of America Jack Gomez Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88242 (575) 392-1177 Southwest Symphony 105 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 738-1041 United Blood Services Midland, TX 79711 (432) 561-5539 United Way 320 N. Shipp St., Ste. B Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2203 United Way 211 Referal Line 320 N. Shipp St., Ste. B Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2203 Computer Sales/Services Real Time Solutions 20 First Plaza NM, Ste. 510 Albuquerque, NM 87102 (505) 830-0414 Construction Supplies Haller-Phillips, Inc. 209 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-3443

Consultants Crenshaw Consulting Group 3311 Industrial Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0073 Lynda Lakin, Ph.D. 1217 Desert Sage Dr. Hobbs, NM 88242`` (575) 397-4000 Sharp Communications & Consulting, LLC 324 W. Coal Ave. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 318-9538 Soaring Events & Marketing 415 E. Taos Ave. Hobbs, NM 88240 (505) 720-6057 Thomas J. Salb, Ph.D., P.A. 1849 N. Jefferson St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-7818 Zia Consulting 215 W. Broadway St., Ste. 1 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0692 Contractors Chaparral Builders, Inc. 118 W. Harden Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-7571 Constructors, Inc. 3320 Enterprise Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-1193 Constructors, Inc. - Carlsbad 3003 S. Boyd Dr. Carlsbad, NM 88220 (575) 885-8838 DALCO, Inc. 118 W. Harden Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2526 Dale Shirley Contractor, LLC 3902 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 390-5120 G & G Roofing, Inc. 115 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2205 G. Greenstreet, Inc. 112 E. 82nd St. Lubbock, TX 79404 (806) 745-9444 HBS National Corp. 11777 Katy Fwy., Ste. 190 Houston, TX 77079 (281) 679-5332 Helms Roofing Co. 4800 E. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-3194

Higginbotham-Bartlett Co. 600 E. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-3833

Lasco Construction, Inc. 314 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-9161

McCoy Corp. 2406 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-1932

Security Fence, Inc. 118 W. Harden Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5922

Wallach Concrete, Inc. 3219 Industrial Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-5008

Terraton Construction, LLC 2608 Scenic Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-5077

Correctional Facilities The GEO Group, Inc. 6900 W. Millen Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-4055 Dairies Goff Dairy 11015 N. Goff Pl. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-7122 Dentists B.J. Henderson, DDS 3130 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-3434 James Lunardon, DDS 2526 N. Fowler St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-4509 Nor Lea Family Dental Clinic of Lea County 316 W. Scharbauer St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0323 Lynn Shaw, DDS 3218 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-7565 R. Paul Shoemaker, DMD 506 N. Shipp St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-8069 Lawrence Tuttle, DDS 3313 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-4290 Distributing Admiral Beverage 215 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2591

Shaunda Jenkins/Tupperware 301 W. Alto Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-4074 Education Hobbs Head Start Child 950 E. Snyder St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-7336 Hobbs Municipal Schools Eagle Trust Foundation 1515 E. Sanger St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 433-0100 New Mexico Junior College 5317 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-2780 NMJC Small Business Development Center 1 Thunderbird Cir. Training & Outreach Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-4701 NMJC Thunderbird Booster Club 5317 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-2758 St. Helena’s School, Inc. 105 E. St. Anne Pl. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-5405

Electric Motor Repair Brandon & Clark, Inc. 3403 Industrial Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-7561 Electric Service/Supply WESCO Distributing 2110 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-0131 Electrical Contractors Border States Electric 100 W. Navajo Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-1212 Dixie Electric 4511 Business Park Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-4466 Kirkmeyer Electric, Inc. 2024 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3631 Employment ITS Quest 1601 N. Turner St., Ste. 112 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1585 NM Department of Labor 204 W. Park St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5188 SOS Staffing 2702 N. Grimes St., Ste. C Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-3637 Spherion 1819 N. Turner St., Ste. K Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-9675 Engineers/Surveyors Basin Surveys 1120 NW County Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-7316 Intercontinental Potash Corp (USA) 600 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 942-2799 Pettigrew & Associates 100 E. Navajo Dr., Ste. 100 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-9827 Entertainment Babe’s Sports Page 4008 N. Grimes St., #276 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-0022 Eagle 7 1609 Joe Harvey Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-3988 Spencer Theater For The Performing Arts 108 Spencer Rd. Alto, NM 88312 (575) 631-5563

Fasteners Apache Sales, Inc. 800 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0464

Home Furnishings Ashley Furniture Homestore 401 W. Navajo Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-7000

Fitness Curves 3619 N. Industrial Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-4021

HomeSmart 3920 N. Lovington Hwy., Ste. 600 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0150

Fitness Fury 3409 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 631-2985 Florists Heaven Scent Flowers/Gifts 207 E. Sanger St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-7770 Funeral Directors Calvary Memorial Funeral Home 1820 Ave. O Eunice, NM 88231 (575) 392-0677 Chapel of Hope Funeral Home 3321 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-5683 Funeral Monuments Sadler & Son Monument Works Co. 1026 E. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-7269 Gas Centrifuges Enrichment Technology US, Inc. 275 Hwy. 176 Eunice, NM 88231 (575) 391-1030 Golf Courses Hobbs Country Club 5001 W. Carlsbad Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5167 Ocotillo Park Golf Course P.O. Box 146 Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 397-9297 Government Agencies Hobbs Police Department 301 N. Dalmont St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-9265 Lea County Sheriff’s Department 215 E. Central Ave. Lovington, NM 88260 (575) 396-1196 State of NM Workers Compensation Admin. 100 W. Central Ave., Ste. A Lovington, NM 88260 (575) 396-6014 Hauling L & C Trucking 221 N. Burke St Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2565 Ready Trucking 724 S. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-0168

Miller Waldrop Furniture 100 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6508 Hospice StarCare 1601 N. Turner St., Ste. 520 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-7007 Vista Care Hospice of Hobbs 1515 W. Calle Sur, Ste. #129 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-2060 Houses of Worship Christian Center 4024 W. College Ln. Hobbs, NM 88242 (575) 392-5166 Crosswinds Community Church 1701 N. Jefferson St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-7661 First United Methodist Church 200 E. Snyder St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-7777 St. Paul’s United Methodist Church 3300 N. Fowler St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-5581 Housing Western States Development Group, LLC 419 E. Jemez Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2616 Ice Cream Shops La Michoacana 520 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 631-7204 Insurance Allstate Hester Agency 1401 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-9050 Daniels Insurance 300 N. Linam St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5191 J.R. Canon & Associates 110 W. Clinton St. Hobbs, NM 88241 (432) 758-2757 Leavell Insurance, Inc. 117 E. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2550 Rebecca Long Farmers Insurance 226 W. Vega Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2661

Pepsi Cola 4018 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6189

University of the Southwest 6610 Lovington Hwy., Ste. 501 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6561


McDaniels & Assoc., LLC 1601 N. Turner Broadmoor Tower, Ste. #517 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-6490 Molina Healthcare of NM 8801 Horizon Blvd. NE Albuquerque, NM 87113 (575) 519-0994 Price Insurance Agency 1913 N. Fowler St. Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 397-5877 State Farm Agent Katrina Weiss 2827 N. Dal Paso St., Ste. 115 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-2001 State Farm Insurance 124 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-1772 Todd Williford Agency 215 N. Linam St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-3252

Investment/Financial Planning Edward Jones Inv. 3130 Grimes St., #1 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-0949


Machine Shops A & M Machine Works 501 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3288

Kymera Independent Physicians 3028 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-0222

Hobbs Family Inn 501 N. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3251

Blair Machine, Inc. 3202 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6506

Pecos Valley Physician Group 5419 N. Lovington Hwy., Ste. 19 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-5678

Holiday Inn Express (Platinum Hospitality) 3610 N. Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-8777

Curtis Machine, Inc. 816 W. County Rd. St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-3913 Manufacturing American Stone Works, LLC 521 S. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2525 Coca-Cola Enterprise 1203 E. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-6422 J-Cap Manufacturing, Inc. 1865 U.S. Hwy. 62-180 Seminole, TX 79360 (432) 758-2757 RMS Foods 817 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-1908

Edward Jones Investments 3023 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0992

Massage Full Circle Outreach 1005 N. Linam St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5974

Financial Resources 1601 N. Turner St., Ste. 504 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-0509

Media/Advertising Comcast Spotlight 110 E. Idaho Ave., Ste. B Las Cruces, NM 88005 (575) 524-9400

Merrill Lynch 210 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6552 Morgan Stanley Smith Barney - Vince Yegge 538 Black Bear Rd. NE Albuquerque, NM 87122 (575) 875-6200 Landscape/Sprinkler Systems Arbor Care Tree & Shrub, LLC 501 N. Leech St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-9424 Hydroloam Services, LLC 1108 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-9459 Loan Companies Continental Loans 2400 N. Grimes St., Ste. B14 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-9492 Fast Bucks 7920 Beltline Rd., Apt. #600 Dallas, TX 75254 (575) 492-6049 Security Finance 212 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3855, inc. 33 N. Geneva St. Elgin, IL 60120 (800) 600-0134 W105 FM P.O. Box 2010 Ruidoso Downs, NM 88346 (575) 396-0499 Medical Facilities High Plains Radiation Investments, LLC 5916 N. Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (806) 796-1122 Lea Regional Medical Center 5419 N. Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-5000 Nor-Lea General Hospital 1600 N. Main St. Lovington, NM 88260 (575) 396-6611 Medical Services American Medical Group, Inc. 2410 N. Fowler St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-2040

Sun Loan Co. 117 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3153

Community Drug Coalition of Lea County 1601 N. Turner St., Ste. 207 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-1301

Locksmiths After Hours Locksmith 3319 N. Grimes St., Ste. C Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-9493

Elite Home Health, LLC 1508 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-9281

Sanders Orthopedic Brace & Limb 112 N. Shipp St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-1726 Therapy Services Associates 2700 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-4129 Medical Supplies Apria Healthcare 2827 N. Dal Paso St., Ste. 101 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-0202 Mobile Home/RV Decker Mobile Home Svc. 800 E. Glorietta Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-8577 Mr. B’s Trailer Sales 506 E. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 631-1045 Young’s Manufactured Homes 4830 Seminole Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1525 Motels Best Western Executive Inn 309 N. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-7171 Budget Inn 315 E. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-0447 Country Inn and Suites 5220 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-0282 Days Inn 211 N. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-6541 Desert Hills Motel 129 S. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-9196 Econo Lodge 619 N. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3591\hotel\nm428 Fairfield Inn & Suites 1350 W. Joe Harvey Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0667 Hampton Inn & Suites 5420 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88242 (575) 492-6000

La Quinta Inn & Suites 3312 N. Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-8777 Lamplighter Motel 110 E. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2406 Lea County Inn 5412 N. Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-2003 Sands Motel 1300 E. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-4442 Sleep Inn and Suites 4630 N. Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-3355 Museums Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame 5317 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-5518 Lea County Museum 103 S. Love St. Lovington, NM 88260 (575) 396-4805 Western Heritage Museum 5317 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6730 Office Complexes NATGAS, Inc. 1601 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-6300 Office Supplies Tascosa Office Machines 223 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-3676 Oil Field Services/Supplies Abbott Brothers Drilling Contractor 1923 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-8866 Banta Oil Field Service, Inc. 2807 W. Marland St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-3875 Bearing Supply Co. 2208 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2456 Big Guns Rathole and Foundation Drilling 2010 N. French Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3015 Bull Rogers Inc Oil Field Service 2712 S. Hwy. 18 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5797

Caprock Consignment 1315 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-7543

Rice Operating Co. 122 W. Taylor St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-9174

Mayes & Mayes 723 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-4933

Conoco Phillips 1410 N. West County Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-3118

Roadrunner Chemical 419 W. Cain St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3382

D & D Pipeline Construction, Inc. 1320 W. Broadway Pl. Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 433-0177

Shaner’s Pumpjack Repair, LLC 401 W. Taylor St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-7750

Pawn Shops Lefty’s Exchange 203 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1199

Diversified Field Services 315 S. Leech St. Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 397-6437

Sullivan Crane & Rigging 222 West County Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-7141

Dynegy Midstream Service P.O. Box 67 Monument, NM 88265 (575) 393-2823

Targa Resources P.O. Box 67 Monument, NM 88265 (575) 393-2823 x236

Eagle Supply 2540 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3661

Thomas Petroleum 3307 N. West County Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-0058

Halliburton Energy Service 5801 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6531 Hobbs Anchor, Inc. 1305 W. Broadway Pl. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5718 Horizon Well Service, LLC 613 E. Corbett St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 942-0280 Hose Products, Inc. 1931 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (432) 367-4673

Oil Producers/Developers Barton Oil Producers 1919 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3925

Supam, LLC Mukeshbhai Patel, M.D. 5419 N. Lovington Hwy., #7 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-3903

Me-Tex Oil & Gas, Inc. 401 W. Taylor St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-1191

Plumbing Master Plumbers, Inc. 707 S. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-9385

LACT Service Company 3521 Industrial Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-3070

Oil/Gas Producers Chesapeake Operating 1616 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-1462 x6210

Onda-Lay Pipe & Rental, Inc. 1628 S. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3984 Pate Trucking Co., Inc. 3800 S. Eunice Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-6264

Cummins Rocky Mountain, LLC 14333 Gateway West El Paso, TX 79928 (303) 927-2239 Devon Energy Production Co., LP 6488 Seven Rivers Hwy. Artesia, NM 88211 (575) 748-3371 Oilfield Waste Disposal R360 4507 W. Carlsbad Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1079 Optometrists The Eye Site, P.A. 1811 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3611 Family Vision Center 1315 Joe Harvey Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-8880

Pumps Odessa Pumps & Equipment of NM 401 S. Leech St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-4046 Radio KBIM AM/FM Radio 1301 N. Main St. Roswell, NM 88201 (575) 623-9100 KLMA Radio 96.5 108 S. Willow St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-9650 KPER/KYKK/KEJL Radio 1423 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1551 KZOR/KPZA/KIXN Radio 619 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-4969 Real Estate Appraisers Ernie Naegele & Associates, Inc. 506 E. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0555 Realtors Bobby Shaw Realty 5610 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88242 (575) 392-2023

Tautfest Plumbing 204 E. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0229

Bobby Shaw Realty - George Stanley, Assoc. Broker 5610 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 399-4300

Power Plant Lea Power Partners 98 N. Twombly Ln. Hobbs, NM 88242 (575) 397-6719

Brooks Properties 4913 Carriage Rd. Hobbs, NM 88242 (575) 390-5987

Printing/Publishing American Classifieds Bel Aire Shopping Center Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5991 The Color Printer 200 W. Taylor St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-8188 Copies, Inc. 315 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-7471 Hobbs News Sun 201 N. Thorp St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2123 K.W. Brock Directories P.O. Box 1479 Pittsburg, KS 66762 (800) 592-7625

Hobbs Assoc. of Realtors 1801 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-6445 Monster Properties, LLC 718 Hemenway St. Winters, CA 95694 (530) 795-3250 Newman & Co. 1207 W. Joe Harvey Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-7777 Robinson & Associates Real Estate - Cindy Shoobridge, Assoc. Broker 5610 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 390-1361 Signature Real Estate 522 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2209 Wayne Long Realty 1601 N. Turner St., Ste. 235 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-8900

Occidental Permian, Ltd. 1017 W. Stanolind Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-8200

Nova Mud, Inc. 419 W. Cain St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-8786

Pet Care Kozy Kritters Pets & Supplies 2827 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 318-3883

Lynx Petroleum Consultants, Inc. 3325 N. Enterprise Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6950

Kelly Maclaskey Oilfield 2400 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1016

Nolan H. Brunson, Inc. 901 S. Cecil St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-6169

Taylor’s Weed & Pest Control Svc. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-9247

Bravo Management 201 E. Sanger St. Hobbs, NM 88241 (575) 397-3970

Mewbourne Oil Co. 701 S. Cecil St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5905

Mid-America Pipeline Co., LLC Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-4328

Pest Control Pro-Treat Weed & Pest Control, LLC 4018 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-3261

Physicians Premier OB/GYN, LLC 5419 N. Lovington Hwy. Complex 5, Ste. 6 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6600

Jarrell Services 1309 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1736

McVay Drilling 401 E. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3311

Personalized Favors/Special Ocassions Festivies, LP 2009 N. McKinley St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2253

Property Management The Phoenix Property Management, LLC 119 N. Dalmont St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2616


Recycling Hobbs Iron & Metal, Inc. dba Steel Depot 920 S. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-1726 Renewable Energy Sacred Power Corporation 1501 12th St. NW Albuquerque, NM 87104 (505) 242-2292 Rentals/Misc. Aztec Rental 329 E. Navajo Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-1718 Canopies & Tent Rentals 509 N. Dalmont St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-5433 Rental Self-Service Storage 609 E. Sunset Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-2327 Zia Stor-All, Inc. 4128 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-2142 Restaurants Applebee’s 1330 W. Joe Harvey Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-7457 Burger Builders 4006 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-8511

Casey’s 209 N. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0308


Cattle Baron Restaurants, Inc. 1930 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2800 Dragon China Buffet 1801 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2828 El Caballero #2 501 N. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 433-0118 IHOP #3072/Shiprock Enterprises 3600 N. Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (806) 748-7827 La Parrilla Mexican Grill David Jimenez 205 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0070 Long John Silver’s Sea Food Shoppe 624 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-8817 McDonald’s 1515 Calle Sur, Ste. 155 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0331 Pacific Rim Restaurant & Coffee Shop 1309 Joe Harvey Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-0030

Pizza Inn 1943 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-0505

Hobbs Vacuum Cleaner Center 221 W. Sanger St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2525

Ranchers Steakhouse & Buffet 2022 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-7608

The Home Depot 900 W. Joe Harvey Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-9117

Saturday’s Restaurant 312 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-3651

Initial Impression 405 W. Snyder St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-0019

Schlotzsky’s Deli 1710 W. Joe Harvey Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-9852

Keep It Sweet Shoppe 1401 N. Turner St., Ste. D2 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-7897

Sonic Drive-In 2216 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-8544 Sonic Drive-In #2 1932 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5366 Retail Albertsons-Sav-On 2402 N. Grimes St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-4514

Kendall’s Kountry Meat Market 1224 E. Sanger St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-6328 Kountry Korral Gift Shop & Tea Room 521 W. Navajo Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6122 La Tienda Supermarket P.O. Box 1017 Denver City, TX 79323 (575) 393-4555 Martin Boot Co. 201 E. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2668

Benchmark Business Solutions 1607 Broadway St. Lubbock, TX 79401 (575) 627-0055

Mattress Depot 100 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6508

Bloom Broadmoor Mall 1401 N Turner Suite B-3 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0922

The Model II, Inc. Broadmoor Mall 1401 N. Turner St., #D7 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0044

Brown’s Shoe Fit Co. 1935 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-1212

Mr. B’s Vending 502 E. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-3745

Busy Bea Treasures & Antiques 3902 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 390-4167

Music World 200 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-7511

Cotton Castle 114 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-5441

Nana’s Collectible & Antique Mall 905 1/2 Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-4481

Custom Engraving 113 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-5936

Norte Vista Pharmacy 2420 N. Fowler St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6516

Endless Discounts, LLC 101 E. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-0166

The Red Door 104 E. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 942-1212

Everything Nice 2827 N. Dal Paso St., Ste. 110 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-1512

Rockwood Amish Furniture 200 Westgate Pkwy., Ste. N Amarillo, TX 79121 (806) 488-2835

Floors-To-Go 2704 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-7705 Garner’s Land & Marine 320 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-9933 Hide & Seek Boutique 1401 N. Turner St., Ste. B1 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-0321

Sam’s Club 423 JBS Pkwy. Odessa, TX 79761 (575) 627-9865 Sandia Hearing Centers 2400 N. Grimes St., Ste. A-16 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-0218

Sherwin-Williams Company 1610 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-4139 Sister’s Boutique 8605 Denver City Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88242 (575) 392-8893 Sparkle 1401 N. Turner St., Ste. D10 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 631-5563 Sunbird Home Resort Products 1206 E. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-5882 Sweet & Spicey 209 W. Broadway St., Ste. 9 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-4611 Thriftway 1317 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-5653 Wal-Mart Supercenter 3800 N. Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-0120 Walgreen’s 1401 N. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2614 Walgreen’s 801 W. Joe Harvey Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-0053 The Workhorse 206 W. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-4605 Retail/Custom Mugs Awesome Graphics & Promotions 523 W. Sanger St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-3455 Retirement Centers Good Life Assisted Living 1920 W. College Ln. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-0038 Hobbs Health Care Center 5715 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-6845 New Mexico Assisted Living, LLC dba Desert Gardens Assisted Living & Memory Care 200 S. Linam St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2828 RV Parks Hobbs RV Park 100 S. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-3226 Zia RVillas 6720 N. World Dr. Hobbs, NM 88242 (575) 392-7887 Safety Alarm/Security Action Alarm, Inc. 742 E. Aspen St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-0415

Safety Training Got Safety? 529 W. Spears Dr., Ste. B Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 738-1140

E.Z. Moving & Storage 402 S. Canyon St. Carlsbad, NM 88220 (575) 393-0008

Great Plains Veterinary 2720 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-5513

Total Safety U.S., Inc. 11111 Wilcrest Green Dr., Ste. 300 Houston, TX 77042-4740 (575) 392-2973

Telecommunications AT&T Mobility 20830 N. Tatum Blvd., #400 Phoenix, AZ 85050 (575) 393-0393

Hobbs Animal Clinic & Pet Care Center 3300 N. Dal Paso St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-5563

Salons & Spas Celebrity Status Salon & Day Spa 1710 W. Joe Harvy Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-0144 Security Tactical Security Solutions 814 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-0158 Service Supply Specialty 1-800-WATER DAMAGE 211 S. Leech St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 631-2630 Crown Equipment 220 W. Hilmont Rd. Odessa, TX 79760 (877) 366-9510 Expressions Dance Academy 1701 N. Jefferson St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 441-0225 Forklift Enterprises 2908 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-6431 Great Western Dining Svc., Inc. 5317 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 492-2586

Lea County Septic Tank Service 1603 S. Landfill Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2382 Roto Rooter 1224 Linda Ln. Hobbs, NM 88242 (575) 397-1011 WesTex Document, Inc. 815 S. Gilbert Dr. Lubbock, TX 79416 (800) 280-7532 Signs/Advertisement Auld Sign Co. 1 Carlsbad Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2222 Bright Ad and Signs 300 S. Turner St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-1511 Storage/Sales & Services Add-An-Attic 412 Navajo Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-1300 Adobe Storage 1012 E. Navajo Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-0291

Waste Treatment/Disposal Washington TRU Solutions 513 E. Seco Dr. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 234-8202

Tractor Sales/Service Wagner Equipment 1005 N. West County Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2148

Waste Management of SE NM 2608 Lovington Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 394-4300

Transportation Premium Limousine 1108 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-9734

Water/Bottled Ogallala Water 5700 Mabry Dr. Clovis, NM 88101 (866) 642-5525

Transportation/Passenger Hobbs Express 511 N. Jefferson St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-9290

Water Processing 2120 Bensing Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-2598

Travel Agencies Travel Unlimited 1923 W. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-2727 Truck Sales Bruckner’s Truck Sales, Inc. 2121 W. County Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-7571 TV KBIM TV 502 Who Who Dr. Carlsbad, NM 88220 (575) 706-3162 KOBR TV 8 124 E. Fourth St. Roswell, NM 88201 (575) 625-8888 Uranium Enrichment URENCO USA P.O. Box 1789 Eunice, NM 88231 (575) 394-4646 Utilities Windstream Communications 320 N. Shipp St. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-1935 Xcel Energy 525 E. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 391-3251 Zia Natural Gas Co. 510 E. Bender Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-4277 Veterinarians Double J Animal Hospital 2804 S. Eunice Hwy. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 738-0143

Welcome Service Dee’s Welcome Service 512 W. Stiles Rd. Hobbs, NM 88242 (575) 390-5040 Welders/Supplies General Welding Supply Co. 801 W. Marland Blvd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-6191 Window Cleaning You Bet Your Glass! 1502 W. Calle Sur, #A Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 392-0628

Hobbs Spring Service 1406 N. West County Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-3051

Baja Broadband 2827 N. Dal Paso St., Ste. 129 Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 393-7562


Babe's Sports Page Bar & Grill ............................................................ 16 Boys & Girls Club of Hobbs, New Mexico ........................................... 35 The Cedars / Buena Vista................................................................... 20 Center for the Arts .............................................................................. 22 Chesapeake Energy .......................................................................... 30 City of Eunice .................................................................................... 11 The City of Hobbs ...................................................... Inside Back Cover City of Lovington, NM........................................................................... 9 Country Inn & Suites / Babe's Sports Page Bar & Grill .......................... 19 Double J Animal Hospital LLC ............................................................ 30 E&W Security ...................................................................................... 30 EconoLodge ...................................................................................... 20 En Sueño Bed and Breakfast.............................................................. 21 EnergyPlex – Economic Development Corporation of Lea County ..... 3 Family Center of Lea County, Inc. ..................................................... 35 First American Bank............................................................................ 31 The GEO Group, Inc............................................................................. 7 Halliburton.......................................................................................... 31 Hobbs Animal Clinic & Pet Care Center ............................................ 39 Hobbs Country Club .......................................................................... 23

Hobbs Express...................................................................................... 5 Hobbs Fire Department ..................................................................... 35 Hobbs Municipal Schools .................................................................. 25 Interim HealthCare ............................................................................ 38 J.R. Canon and Associates ................................................................ 29 Jal Clinic / Jal Dental Clinic ............................................................... 12 Jal Dental Clinic................................................................................. 12 Keep it Sweet Shoppe ....................................................................... 17 La Parrilla Mexican Grill....................................................................... 16 The Lea County Museum ................................................................... 13 Lea County State Bank....................................................................... 31 Lefty's Exchange ................................................................................ 17 Lovington Municipal Schools ............................................................. 25 New Mexico Junior College.......................................................... 26-27 Newman Company ............................................................ Back Cover Nova Mud Incorporated.................................................................... 31 Odessa Pumps .................................................................................. 30 Pecos Valley Physician Group - Lea Regional Medical Center .......... 38 The Phoenix Property Management..................................................... 1 Pioneer Bank ...................................................................................... 30 PMR LLC............................................................................... Back Cover Premier O.B.G.Y.N. LLC ....................................................................... 37 Saturday's Grill and Ice Cream .......................................................... 16 Sleep Inn & Suites .............................................................................. 21 Southwest Symphony ......................................................................... 23 Spherion Staffing Services .................................................................. 31 UniFirst ................................................................................................ 29 University of the Southwest ................................................................ 24 URENCO USA.............................................................. Inside Front Cover, inc. .......................................................................52 Water ProTech .................................................................................... 29 The Workhorse .................................................................................... 17 Zia Park Casino .................................................................................. 22

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