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One woman dead in Wednesday crash

One woman is dead following a three-vehicle crash Wednesday in south Roswell. New Mexico State Police in a press release Friday stated the woman was...

E-newspaper error

Update: The error has been corrected. Thank you for your patience. ------------------------------ We are aware that our e-edition of our newspaper is pulling in the incorrect newspaper for...

Salvation Army bells ringing in Roswell

With the easing of restrictions under the state health order this week, Salvation Army bellringers have been able to take their stations across Roswell. Bellringers...

Taylor to advocate for charter school options

First term on Public Education Commission begins in January A Roswell orthodontist and charter school governing council member said that he plans to advocate for...

Woman pleads not guilty to drug trafficking charge

A woman reportedly found with illegal drugs in her vehicle during a traffic stop in Roswell has pleaded not guilty to a drug trafficking...

First Friday to feature window decorating contest

The First Friday downtown event tonight will feature a window decorations contest and a food drive to benefit a local nonprofit that serves the...

A mother’s love drives her son to achieve

By all estimations, Gabriel (Gavy) Perez-Torres should not do what he is about to do. He’s about to do something not only for himself...

State business grant program starts next week

Program authorized by Legislature during special session Some New Mexico small businesses financially hurt by the coronavirus crisis are eligible for up to $50,000 in...

Two men arrested in Sunday night chase

Two Texas men were arrested late Sunday night after reportedly leading local law enforcement on a pursuit in a stolen vehicle at speeds of...

ENMU-R starts work on major building project

Construction of the first major building project at the Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell campus in eight years is underway. The new physical plant building is...

No injuries reported in Wednesday afternoon fire

Roswell police officers and Roswell Fire Department personnel stand around the smoldering remnants of a shed that caught fire Wednesday behind a residence in...

Smart meters a ‘poster child’ project

After being in operation for about a year, the city’s smart water meters should allow the city to pay off its investment in about...