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The American dream in Artesia; The Adobe Rose Restaurant is considering...

The restaurant business is one of the toughest businesses there is. According to Forbes Magazine earlier this year, on average, privately owned restaurants with...

Charter school tops list for test scores; Sidney Gutierrez well above...

The city's only public charter school remains the top achiever in the Roswell Independent School District in terms of standardized test scores. Sidney Gutierrez Middle...

Safety and health headline family event

About 600 people were expected at a health clinic and a Roswell park Saturday to receive free immunizations or sports physicals, to enjoy goodies...

Betty Ward Pearson has been an artist for almost 90 years

Betty Ward Pearson grew up in Roswell and spent a lot of time on campus at the New Mexico Military Institute. “I used to ride...

Back to School section helps prepare for upcoming school year

A back-to-school special section in today's paper provides an A to Z guide to the upcoming Roswell Independent School District school year. The section, which...

Week Ahead

Monday Southeast New Mexico Community Action Corp. Board of Directors special meeting concerning Head Start, 11 a.m., 1915 San Jose Blvd., Carlsbad Tuesday Chaves County Planning and...

Nicole Austin resigns from school board; Former RISD president says need...

The remaining members of the Roswell school board will move quickly to fill a seat vacated by Nicole R. Austin following her unexpected Friday...

Seven arrested, four at large after state police narcotics operation

Seven people have been arrested by New Mexico State Police for allegedly trafficking methamphetamine, while four individuals remain at large, according to a news...

The Feminine Project works to normalize women’s health issues

Female secondary sex characteristics are used for marketing everything from cars and motorcycles to hardware and even food. Those same characteristics are treated with...

Feds respond to immigration objections and accusations

In response to an immigrant rights group's objections and accusations over deportation raids in Clovis, a federal spokesperson said Friday that claims of improper...

Owls in the Land of Enchantment exhibit open in Albuquerque

Albuquerque Ongoing until Sept. 25 Revered and feared in folklore, owls are found throughout New Mexico. From open desert to mountain forest, these powerful hunters have...
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Seven arrested, four at large after state police narcotics operation

Seven people have been arrested by New Mexico State Police for allegedly trafficking methamphetamine, while four individuals remain at large, according to a news...
Nicole Austin

Austin steps down from Roswell school board

Roswell school board President Nicole R. Austin resigned Friday morning, citing a need to balance the priorities of her life. Austin was elected to the...

Drug kingpin sentenced to 12 years in prison; Mendiola was at...

A Roswell man authorities described as the leader of a drug trafficking organization was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Las Cruces to 144...

ESGR thanks employers of Guards, Reservists with food and flight

Blackhawk helicopter rides provide civilians with fun, new perspective Riding through the city of Roswell in a helicopter isn't exactly an everyday activity for typical...

Man involved in police shootout identified

Authorities have identified the man who allegedly opened fire at a Chaves County sheriff’s deputy Wednesday night along U.S. Route 380. Chadwick Taylor, 40, of...

ENMU-R graduates told to become leaders, self-advocates

Sasha Tiernan’s family didn’t think she would ever go to college, much less complete a program. Tiernan, 24, of Albuquerque, said her family thought that...

Jeff Tucker named editor of Roswell Daily Record

Roswell Daily Record publisher Barbara Beck and general manager SaraLei Fajardo have announced that Jeff Tucker has been named the new editor of the...

NMED to hold meeting in regards to Volkswagen settlement

The New Mexico Environment Department will hold a public outreach meeting in Roswell on Aug. 17 to discuss a Volkswagen settlement. The Aug. 17 meeting...

Artist uses creativity to fight human trafficking

Most people think of the South before the Civil War when they hear the word “slave.” Educated people may think about today’s African nations with...

Immigrant community feels terrorized by ICE

Last week a group of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents conducted raids in Clovis. Neza Leal-Sanchez of Somos Un Pueblo Unido explained that...

NEWS ALERT: Man involved in police shootout identified

Authorities have identified the man who allegedly opened fire at a Chaves County sheriff’s deputy Wednesday night along U.S. Route 380.   Chadwick Taylor, 40, of...

Man and Chaves County Sheriff’s deputy exchange gunfire; Police say suspect...

The New Mexico State Police are investigating a shooting between officers and a man in Chaves County late Wednesday afternoon. There were no injuries...

Candidate for Congress visits with citizens at local eatery

Tony Martinez met with about 30 citizens in Roswell Wednesday evening at Los Cerritos Mexican Kitchen as part of his campaign for Congress. The 58-year-old...

Event fees to be enforced under proposed city policy

The city of Roswell is considering a new policy that will change processes and require fees for many events, raising some questions about how...

Civil rights group criticizes ICE presence at checkpoint

A Santa Fe-based civil and worker's rights organization criticized the presence of immigration agents at a highway checkpoint Wednesday in eastern New Mexico, saying...

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