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Dexter High School sees successful athletic year

DEXTER — Blockbuster. Hit. Winner. Those are synonyms for success and they could also describe the past sports year for Dexter High School. “It was...

Tax reform, $1.2 billion oil and gas windfall discussed

Lawmaker: Local, state governments must participate in internet sales tax During the 61st annual New Mexico Municipal League (NMML) conference, held Tuesday through Friday last week in Roswell,...

Municipal Election Candidate Forum; Ward 1, 5 candidates share insights on...

Eleven City Council candidates responded to questions submitted by the public at the 2018 Candidate Forum hosted by Leadership Roswell Alumni Association (LRAA) on...

Student artists recognized at board meeting

Niki Gibson and Abigail Cano, both age 10, point to their artwork featured in the Roswell Independent School District’s board room. Gibson is a student...

Pearce visits Roswell, talks jobs, education

In the midst of a long and at times rough-and-tumble campaign for governor, Republican candidate Steve Pearce knows better than to focus on the...

Federal appeals court could have two Roswell residents

Pending approval by the Senate Judiciary Committee, two Roswell residents could be sitting judges on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver. Honorable Judge...

Economic development report

The economic development report comes out around the 20th of each month. The data reflects which businesses have come to Roswell in the past...

Veteran mother, CEO extends thanks to Roswell’s heroes

The creator of a national real estate discount program aimed toward veterans, members of the military, first responders and other vital groups got up...

Local Waide Construction gets recreation center contract

The city of Roswell has awarded a large construction contract, one involving the $18.1 million project to build the new recreation and aquatic center, to...

New Del Norte agreement debated at City Council

The Roswell City Council voted to approve a 60-foot encroachment of Del Norte Park for Del Norte Elementary School’s reconstruction set to be finished...

JOY Centers again faces budget concerns

A local senior services group faces the possibility of another round of budget difficulties, although representatives of the state said the situation is expected to ease...

Dropping temperatures, Rivers of Life closure of growing concern to local...

There is a great deal of fear and misinformation surrounding the subject of helping homeless people with temporary housing and getting back on their...

Ask the city 9-7-17

Roswell Mayor Dennis Kintigh met recently with the Daily Record to answer questions from readers. The following are the questions and the mayor’s responses....

Goddard holds 53rd annual commencement exercises; Fireworks give colorful end to...

At a Friday night commencement that included horns, noisemakers, whistles and shouting from family and friends in the stands of the Wool Bowl and concluded with fireworks,...

Major planetarium renovation complete; Public is invited to grand opening celebrations...

City leaders associated with the planetarium say area residents will experience space and science in a different way now that the facility has completed...

Castro helps people be a blessing to each other

Life is about having a purpose. Just ask Frank Castro. After a life lived in service to God, he experienced a setback that caused...

New Environment Department policies invoke anger; State counters that it expects...

New policies adopted by the New Mexico Environment Department in response to a federal civil rights complaint alleging that its practices discriminated against Spanish-speakers...

Detention Center distributes overdose treatment; Officials say the kits are not...

Chaves County residents are getting some help when it comes to combating the opioid overdose problem, a public health crisis responsible for the deaths...

Life-long Roswell resident seeks investment for hometown

A self-proclaimed lifelong resident of Roswell, Ward 4 contender Whitney “Whit” Hamill said he believes in the potential of Roswell to be a great...

School board members reflect on superintendent hiring process

The Roswell Independent School District (RISD) board shared reflections on the superintendent hiring process during a special meeting on Monday evening. The board hired Dr....

JrSr News

Driving Safety class offered The AARP Safe Driving Class will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, at Senior Circle, 2801 N. Main...

Countdown to Chaves County 4-H FFA Fair

With the 2018 Chaves County 4-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA) Fair starting in a week, youth belonging to 4-H and FFA chapters and their...

Proposed sale of historic building goes before public; Hearing to be...

The public will have a chance to weigh in on the proposed sale of the downtown Fisk Building. The motion to hold a public hearing...

Temporary closures scheduled for Adult and Recreation Center, planetarium

The Roswell Adult and Recreation Center and the Robert H. Goddard Planetarium at the Roswell Museum and Art Center will be closed to the...

Meeting on Holtec proposal fills conference room; Opinions polarized on plan...

These two words demonstrate how polarized opinions were at a public meeting Monday night at ENMU-Roswell hosted by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to hear comments on...

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