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Kintigh says mobile home still uninhabitable

Mayor Dennis Kintigh met with the Roswell Daily Record June 14 for the mayor’s regular forum with the newspaper. The following are the staff’s...

School board to work on goals, vision

Members of the Roswell Independent School District Board of Education have decided to develop a unified vision and set of goals before tackling the...

However you do it, always pursue your dreams

When Roswell native, Tim Oracion decided to pursue his dream, he did so on a bicycle. Oracion recently returned to Roswell after riding over...

New head of education urges breaking of barriers

The new head of education for the state plans to visit Roswell and the Chaves County area at the start of the school year. New...

Santa Fe teacher, writer talks about art of making readers

Robert Wilder’s latest published work is marketed as a young adult novel, but that’s not the way he thought about “Nickel” when writing it. “I...

Roswell, RBI go 1-1 in Sun-Op pool play

Both local squads, the Roswell High summer team and the Roswell Baseball Institute’s Rox, went 1-1 on the first day of the 2017 Sunrise...

Proposed booster club changes draw criticism

The Roswell school district’s efforts to revise its booster club and parent organization policies to comply with state and federal laws regarding equity drew...

Diving into summer

With temperatures rising, adults, teenagers and children enjoyed a nice place to cool off Friday afternoon and had some fun at the ENMU-Roswell pool....

Man found dead in alley identified

Roswell police have identified the man whose body was found in the alley Wednesday morning as 26-year-old Matthew L. Van Note. Police said an autopsy...

The community kitchen truly serves

Roswell's Community Kitchen truly is a community effort. Brad Ussery, the manager has been working with the organization for years. "The community kitchen started in...

Congressional speculation abounds

A Roswell legislator mentioned in political circles as a possible successor to U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce has told the Daily Record he will not...

Manzano, Abo Empire win state land leases

SANTA FE — A Roswell oil and gas company and an Artesia firm were the winning bidders in the June oil and gas lease...

Summer baseball tourney starts today

The 2017 Sunrise Optimist Baseball Tournament will feature eight teams, including Roswell High and the Roswell Baseball Institute, playing on two fields: the NMMI...

Local resident seeks OHV use on local roads

If a local man’s efforts pay off, the driver beside you on a city or county road in Chaves County months from now could...

Pavement maintenance set for completion today

Country Club Road between Main Street and Garden Avenue is requiring work to finish off today, said Roswell’s public information officer, Todd Wildermuth. Although an...

Salvation Army and Westlake Ace Hardware partner for heat relief

Two local businesses are teaming up to help provide protection from the summer heat to the community of Roswell. It’s all based off donations at...

Rocket on the run; Goddard senior to attempt 200-mile trek from...

For many Roswellites, the three-hour drive to Albuquerque is short enough for a fun weekend getaway. For Goddard senior Johnathon Parnell, the 200-mile trek to...

Body found in alley Wednesday morning; Roswell detectives investigating suspicious death...

Roswell Police Department detectives are investigating the death of a man whose body was found Wednesday morning in an alley in the eastern part...

Pirtle considering race for Congress

New Mexico state Sen. Cliff Pirtle has confirmed he is interested in running for Congress as seven-term incumbent U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce eyes a...