Artesia High bowling team wins state

ARTESIA — Western Bank President Ken Clayton recalls a meeting he had in 2007 with then Artesia Public Schools Superintendent Mike Phipps. Phipps stopped by...

Again, Lady Coyotes survive on last-second shot

It wasn’t the prettiest win of all, and the New Mexico Activities Association doesn’t give style points when they rank teams. Good thing, because...

Roswell tops Lovington

The Coyotes almost let one get away from them Friday night at the Coyote Den. With the Lovington Wildcats (12-13, 2-3) in town for the last...

Artesia and Goddard split in regular season finale

ARTESIA — Welcome to the crazy world of girls District 4-5A basketball. After the regular season ended Friday night for everyone Artesia(14-12,3-3) and Goddard(15-11, 3-3) will...

Coyotes and Rockets send five to semi-finals

RIO RANCHO - The Roswell High Coyote wrestling team has three grapplers - Travis Alarcon, Gabe Najar, and Christian Sanchez - still alive for...

Yucca Center bid considered incomplete; Cost of demolition estimated at $405K

The decision to tear down the storied Yucca Center at a cost of at least $400,000 came after the city received only a single...

Armed woman presumed suicidal is safely detained

A woman with a firearm who police presumed to be suicidal was taken to a local hospital after being safely detained by local police Friday...

Crossing Country Club controversy

At the intersection of North Main and Country Club Road, a crosswalk is without proper signage and pedestrian buttons at the present moment. City...

Local businesses give gifts to nonprofits

Fifteen charitable and nonprofit organizations in Roswell have received donations from 17 local businesses this year as part of the second annual MainStreet Has a Heart...