The zoo and puddles, too!

July 29, 2010 • Local NewsComments (0)

A group of children who had attended the What’s New at the Zoo program at the Roswell Public Library skip through puddles on Pennsylvania Avenue caused by a thundershower that passed through town, Wednesday morning. (Mark Wilson Photo)...

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Angels bring willing hands to Kitchen

July 26, 2010 • Local NewsComments (0)

The Charlie’s Angels Dance Team arrived at the Community Kitchen with cupcakes in hand, Friday, and stuck around to help cook, clean and feed the hungry. Dance coach Kim Castro said the dancers are all students at Roswell High School and range in age...

Art Festival attracts record crowd

July 26, 2010 • Local NewsComments (0)

A light rainstorm did not spoil the fun at the 39th annual Ruidoso Art Festival, Saturday, as thousands turned out to view the work of artists from all over the country. The show began Friday and continues today from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Ruidoso...

Missed it by that much

July 23, 2010 • Local NewsComments (0)

Four-year-old Jackson McDonald, right, and Cade Conlee, 7, center, both swing and miss as Ryan Alsup, 5, looks on during Alberto’s Tennis Summer Clinic Thursday morning at the tennis courts in Cahoon Park. Alberto Goenaga has been running the clinic for...

Duran seeks to be first Republican secretary of state in 80 years

July 22, 2010 • Local NewsComments (0)

Sen. Dianna Duran, R-Tularosa, says she is confident about her chances to become New Mexico’s next secretary of state. If she defeats incumbent Mary Herrera in November, Duran would become the first Republican to be elected to the position in more than...