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ENMU regents approve new physical plant building

The Board of Regents for Eastern New Mexico University has approved the plan of the Roswell campus to use some of its own reserve funds...

Cellular towers rising in Roswell

Sean Milks and Kevin Winner came from Albuquerque to request variances on two AT&T telecommunication towers from the Planning and Zoning Committee on Tuesday...

Public voices ideas on future of Yucca Center property

About 30 community members at a public forum Tuesday evening at the Central Fire Station suggested everything from athletic fields to community gardens to affordable...

Roswell man reported missing Friday morning

The Roswell Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding a Roswell man reported missing Friday. Police said Sergio Alexander Salas, 30, was last...

Area company among contractors for major highway project

The $58 million Artesia highway project announced last week will mean work for 20 companies, including a subcontractor in eastern New Mexico, a project...

Police issue warrant for 2014 murder suspect

The Roswell Police Department on Thursday announced an arrest warrant had been issued for a man who allegedly conspired with another Roswell man to...

ENMU-R’s Madden announces retirement; VP Maguire to serve as acting president

The head of Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell for almost 10 years, Dr. John Madden, submitted his notice of retirement and is on leave from...

Pecos Trails proposes new western bus route

Pecos Trails Transit proposed a new route that would service the west and east of town north of Second Street for the General Services...

Pioneer Bank president is honored by industry group

A Pioneer Bank executive has been chosen as the Western region winner for the 2017 Community Banker of the Year Award given by an industry group. The...
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Man breaks in police evidence cage; Suspect allegedly retrieved impounded property...

Surveillance footage from Roswell’s International UFO Museum’s perspective shows a man on an October morning approach a wall surrounding the Roswell Police Department and...

City offices to close Monday for Labor Day

Roswell's city offices will be closed Monday, in observance of Labor Day. The city's public information officer, Todd Wildermuth, said in addition, city bus service...

Juneteenth has been informing the area for over a century

The first Juneteenth celebration came shortly after Union soldiers landed in Galveston, Texas, to inform the people there that the Civil War was over...

Students help hurricane victims; Elementary school giving to those in need

Responses to the tragedy of Hurricane Harvey in the Houston area have been phenomenal from all over the country and even from other parts...

Veterans Day closures

Roswell city offices will be closed Nov. 10 in observance of Veterans Day, which is officially Saturday, Nov. 11. In addition, city bus service and...

Alvarez gains worldview through teaching; Goddard High grad gives advice on...

If you've ever wondered what it would be like to pursue your dreams, Nick Alvarez has some perspective to share with you. After graduating...

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