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“Students carrying on Goddard’s legacy” — Above photo, from far left, Gerardo Rodriguez, 18, a senior watches his second generation rocket take off under the...

Roswell man taken into custody pending trial on child porn charges

A Roswell man was remanded into custody Tuesday after a preliminary detention hearing in U.S. Magistrate Court in Las Cruces that found probable cause...

Week Ahead

Monday Labor Day. Government offices and area schools closed. Tuesday Chaves County Board of Commissioners Special Meeting (regarding straight-ticket ballots), 3 p.m., Chaves County Administrative Center, 1 St....

Fire chief: Injured firemen fight for recovery

City statement expected today about July 4th fireworks The two Roswell firefighters critically injured June 5 while packaging fireworks for the annual Fourth of July show...

House Republicans seek to annul background check bill

New Mexico House Republican leaders have begun an effort to overturn a controversial bill that would mandate background checks for nearly all gun sales...

Downtown sign tracks census responses

Census workers, or enumerators, will head to area households next week to follow up with people who have not yet responded to the 2020 census...

Lujan Grisham makes stop in Roswell Monday

Her campaign for governor brought Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham to Roswell on Monday, where she gathered with supporters for a meet-and-greet event at Los...

Devotion for schools

Bobbi Jo McIntire hands out suggestions for topics to be covered in prayer at the first Roswell Independent School District Prayer Walk Wednesday that...

Memorial Day closures

Roswell city offices and Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell will be closed Monday in observance of Memorial Day. In addition, city bus service and trash pickup...

One person killed in two-vehicle crash

One person died in a two-vehicle crash Sunday night west of Hagerman. A 2016 Ford truck driven by Ramon Ricardo Trevizo-Palomo, 48, of Dexter was heading...

‘The 39 Steps’ — of mayhem

Alethea Hartwell, left, is seen here at the Roswell Community Little Theatre directing Charles Lathrup, sitting, and Steven Cholak in a parody of the...

Man exchanges gunfire with police in standoff, leads authorities to vehicle...

Shooter in custody is convicted felon, wanted by ICE A man is in custody after a shootout with police that brought authorities on a chase...

Roswell man found guilty on drug, gun charges

A grand jury has convicted a Roswell man of federal drug trafficking and firearms charges following a trial in U.S. District Court in Las...

Safety liaison: RISD schools need security improvement

Though Roswell Independent School Districts have their fire drills down, there may be needed improvements for security measures. L.J. Harrell, RISD school safety liaison, spent...

Artesia Arts Council chooses artists of the month

Roswell’s Paul and Jane Nevarez's exhibit at Ocotillo Performing Arts Center By Christina Stock Vision Editor Lindsay Waugh is a volunteer at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center...

Gratton workshop at RMAC with Christopher Baldwin

Former MAD Magazine artist gives an insider look into his work Lorene Johnson Gratton, a long-time Roswell Museum and Art Center member, bequeathed funding to...

Wildfire near Bottomless Lakes almost extinguished

Bottomless Lakes State Park is expected to be open to campers and visitors for Memorial Day weekend, with the Patterson wildfire now 90% contained, a state official...

Judge K.C. Rogers speaks of a life centered on law enforcement

K.C. Rogers has changed the face of criminal justice in New Mexico for the better over the course of three plus decades. Had he...

Wireless tower gets approved by city commission

A major telecommunications company has received permission to build a new tower in northeast Roswell, although the property chosen is not large enough to...

Border Patrol Academy Graduates Session 1081

ARTESIA — The U.S. Border Patrol Academy will be holding academy session 1081’s graduation ceremony on December 27.  The trainees of Class 1081 will...

State tax credit touted as ‘innovative’ heads to Senate

Some Roswell downtown businesses could benefit from state legislation on its way to the New Mexico Senate after it passed the House of Representatives...

Spotlight: The story of a symphony, part I

The Christmas Concert will be the Roswell Symphony Orchestra's highlight of its 60th season By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Symphony Orchestra unites musicians from far...

RISD plans summer graduation ceremonies

Seniors of Roswell Independent School District could get a graduation ceremony this summer if restrictions on public gatherings are lifted in June or July....

NM Attorney General puts spotlight on school safety

As New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas has called on state education officials to take action to improve school security and safety, the New...

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