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City Council approves $147 million budget; Spending plan funds new recreation...

The Roswell City Council on Tuesday afternoon unanimously approved a $146.5 million spending plan for the city, a budget amount nearly large enough to...

Three local schools recognized for test score achievements

Three elementary schools in Roswell have been recognized for having the top gains in student test scores at the local level. In the backdrop of...

Mosquitoes capable of transmitting Zika found in New Mexico

The New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico State University announced Tuesday that a particular species of mosquito capable of transmitting the Zika...

Pink water is discovered near Bottomless Lakes

A caller contacted the Daily Record Tuesday morning concerning an oddly colored area of water just outside Bottomless Lakes State Park.   Past the guardrails along...

What is the right solution to climate change?

In my last letter, I offered one solution for climate change — adapt the physical infrastructure. Infrastructure is not just about roads and bridges but...

Minimum wage increase needs to be addressed

As I see it, there are two sides to the $15 per hour minimum wage debate. For a small business like myself, it is another...

Monday is final day of Summer Reading

This Monday will mark the final day of the Summer Reading Program and the last day for turning in hours and T-shirt order forms....

Week-long water boil advisory lifted in Artesia; Testing from multiple days...

The New Mexico Environment Department late Monday afternoon lifted a water boil advisory order for the city of Artesia and nearby Morningside. For more than...

NMMI to receive $4.5 million from July lease sales

The State Land Office’s July oil and gas lease sale earned more than $30 million — an all-time high for the agency — which...