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Water troubles continue in Artesia

ARTESIA — Here we go again! That may be the reaction of some Artesia residents after a communication issued by the City of Artesia showed that a...

Contract for civic center awarded to Albuquerque firm

The Roswell City Council on Thursday approved a $6.3 million proposal to remodel and expand the Roswell Convention & Civic Center, a project that...

Flag etiquette to be followed every day, throughout US

Standards of respect The Flag Code, which formalizes and unifies the traditional ways in which we give respect to the flag, also contains specific instructions...

Real estate interest buys land from local church; A partner from...

While some people focus on buying holiday gifts, others prefer to purchase land. A local real estate investment firm has purchased a vacant lot on North Main...

State report shows ENMU-R performs well

Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell is performing well during difficult times in higher education, information from a state report indicates. “We absolutely love it when third parties...

Artesia leaders fighting county gross receipts tax increases

An effort to scuttle sales tax increases is taking place in northern Eddy County where Artesia leaders are circulating petitions that could lead to...

Beef slaughterhouse begins test processing; Owner says there are plans to...

The new beef packing and slaughterhouse in Chaves County has received approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to begin processing cattle, so the...

Construction, closures and repairs, oh my!

Wednesday, crews will return to Wyoming Street, with road closures expected between Bland and First streets. Thursday, workers will be on Country Club Road,...

Youth ChalleNGe holds graduation

Graduation, as we know it, is a special time for seniors to celebrate the ending of high school and the beginning of real life,...

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...

State gets $15.3 million from oil and gas leases

The New Mexico State Land Office collected $15.3 million Wednesday from the November oil and gas lease sale, bringing fiscal-year earnings from monthly lease...

Variety of fair exhibits begin cropping up

This year, more than 1,500 arts and crafts entries are on display, including these two paper mache creations, said Arts and Crafts Superintendent Judy...

Workshops focus on the five senses

There are two more workshops left in our series focusing on the five senses in honor of National Deaf Awareness Month. This Saturday’s will...

The Feminine Project works to normalize women’s health issues

Female secondary sex characteristics are used for marketing everything from cars and motorcycles to hardware and even food. Those same characteristics are treated with...

Many resources to help students research

The Roswell Public Library offers many in-house materials to help students, but there are even more online resources that are available, too. Now that...

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