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Local graduate serving America

Andrameda Symphony Gonzalez, a 2017 Roswell High School graduate, has recently graduated from the Marine Corps Bootcamp in Parris Island, South Carolina. She is the...

Roswell man appears in court for allegedly shooting pet goat

Mother says suspect strangled dog weeks before A Roswell man charged with animal cruelty and negligent use of a deadly weapon in August was given...

Eddy County leaders get words of Wisdom; Audit headed by Jerry...

CARLSBAD — Jerry Wisdom visited the Eddy County Commission earlier this year and Tuesday he made a return appearance. Wisdom is with Total Assessment Solutions...

Natural gas is restored for most at Summit Apartments

Nine of the 13 apartment buildings at Roswell Summit Apartments now have gas service, with repairs expected to be completed for the other four...

Proposal to put public lands under zoning rules clears another hurdle

A zoning ordinance that now exempts public lands should be amended so that they are subject to the same reviews as privately owned lands, according to a unanimous...
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Footage shows couple chasing antelope on ATV

Camera footage obtained by police shows a Roswell man and a woman seeking out and chasing a herd of pronghorn antelope for more than hour...

New Mexico Municipal League urging legislators to make changes in state...

A change in tax rules and adoption of legislation to secure funding for libraries and police training have been identified as the top priorities of the New...

Roswell man booked on a fourth DWI in Hobbs

A Roswell man was arrested Friday on his fourth intoxicated driving charge after Hobbs police pulled him over at a Dal Paso Street intersection. Marcos...

Flipping pancakes for kids

The Sunrise Optimist Club of Roswell held its annual pancake breakfast Saturday at Bethel Baptist Church. Twenty-two of the 33 members participated in one way or another,...

Senior Circle offers free flu shots to first 200

Senior Circle will provide free flu shots to the first 200 members from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 28. Members must show their membership...

Science-fiction author to visit Saturday

Author Larry Sydow will be visiting the library this Saturday to speak about his new book, “Parallel Missions.” This science-fiction novel is about Derek and...

Energy summit highlights oil and gas industry; Shale oil development helping...

CARLSBAD — “Oil is a global market.” That was the word given to people attending the 2017 Carlsbad Mayor’s Energy Summit held Monday at the...

Cheering for ‘A’ big achievement; Del Norte, Sidney Gutierrez schools earn...

The New Mexico Secretary of Education didn’t just recognize Roswell schools for their academic achievements, but took some time to learn how they’re able...

Mother of crash victim provides update on daughter’s condition; Emergency staff...

A Roswell woman found lying on the road Wednesday night remained in critical care at an out-of-state hospital as of Monday afternoon. Before 8 p.m....

Neighborhood Watch offers way to get rid of unwanted prescription medications

The Roswell Police Department’s Neighborhood Watch program, working with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will again offer citizens an opportunity to prevent pill...

School bookkeeper arrested in Lea County

A school bookkeeper in Lea County was arrested Friday on charges of embezzlement and fraudulent use of a credit card, both fourth degree felonies. New...

Character Counts events held this week

Character Counts in Chaves County with hold several events throughout the week in celebration of National Character Counts Weeks. Pat Lujan is the local chair...

Original engraved bricks available to purchasers

City of Roswell officials and employees joined representatives of contractor HB Construction Oct. 11 to relocate engraved-brick displays from their former location immediately north...

Makowski’s secret to life: Seek the good; Longtime firefighter is in...

Gerry Makowski has spent most of his 84 years looking for what's right and good, seeking to help make things better in the faith...

Principal says dual-credit courses benefit community

Walk with Principal Porter Cutrell through the hallway of his school, which provides high school curricula to both Early College High School and University High School...

Hundreds of people walk to honor, raise awareness

The two-mile walk took people north to the New Mexico Military Institute overpass bridge and back downtown. More than 300 people were expected to join the effort, the...

Mexican government seeks to help its citizens through mobile consulate

The hour was early for a weekend but a line was already forming 7:30 a.m. Saturday outside the Roswell Adult and Recreation Center in...

Week Ahead

Monday Roswell City Council Infrastructure Committee, 3 p.m., Roswell City Hall conference room, 425 N. Richardson Ave. Roswell Museum and Art Center Board of Trustees, 4...

Summit Apartments residents told they can stay; As gas leak is...

Some tenants at Roswell Summit Apartments say they have decided not to leave their units after being given that option Friday, although most units remained without gas...

Hollifield chosen by governor for Interstate Stream Commission

Gov. Susana Martinez announced several appointments to state boards and commissions Friday afternoon, including the appointment of Roswell's Carrie Hollifield to the influential and embattled Interstate...

Local lawyer nominated for county Labor Management Board

A local lawyer has been recommended as the third member of the Chaves County Labor Management Relations Board, which has been reconvened after a request...

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