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City workers now allowed to pack heat; New policy allows all...

Every city of Roswell employee, as of today, is allowed to carry concealed weapons in the workplace after the Roswell City Council overwhelmingly approved...

Homeless camp runs into more opposition

The Roswell City Council voted Thursday night to table a proposal to set up a homeless camp, the third such site to run into...

Young students have ‘real life’ experiences

Exposure. That was focus for the 99 students of Berrendo Middle School as they didn't just tour the ENMU-Roswell campus, but experienced it. Ashley Shroud,...

Summit Apartments tenants: Gas leak forcing them out

Two tenants at a Roswell apartment complex serving the elderly and the disabled say they have been given less than 24 hours to move, at least...

Water troubles continue in Artesia

ARTESIA — Here we go again! That may be the reaction of some Artesia residents after a communication issued by the City of Artesia showed that a...

Eddy County still debating RV camps

ARTESIA — Eddy County leaders are trying to come up with some legislation that they hope will please residents living in an area near...

Live music, art and wine in Tularosa this weekend

Albuquerque Oct. 13 George Lopez Comedian George Lopez is performing at Isleta Resort and Casino — The Showroom, 11000 Broadway Blvd. SE at 8 p.m. For more information,...

Mexico government to set up ‘mobile consulate’ this weekend

To serve citizens of Mexico living in the Roswell area, the Consulate General of Mexico will establish a "mobile consulate" here Saturday and Sunday. Services will be...

Susie Russell is named representative for southeastern Economic Development

Susan (Susie) Russell has been named the southeastern regional representative for the New Mexico Economic Development Department. She will be based in Roswell. According to a release...

Street surfacing to cause some weekend closures

There will be some weekend street closures on portions of East Country Club Road and North Main Street as a contractor for the City...

Sierra Middle School celebrates Hispanic Heritage

Spanning from Sept. 15-Oct. 15, the nationally recognized Hispanic Heritage Month aims to celebrate the culture of Americans who can trace their roots to...

ENMU-Roswell now accepting students for new pilot training program

ENMU-Roswell accepting students for pilot training program ENMU-Roswell is accepting students for its new Professional Pilot Training Program. The campus has acquired a plane to...

City of Roswell introduces draft salary plan; Initiative is meant to...

The city of Roswell, one of the area's largest employers, is working on developing a new salary plan to create more certainty for employees...

Homeless site back up for debate tonight; City leaders also set...

A site for a proposed homeless camp and an initiative that would allow city employees to carry firearms in the workplace are among items...

Artesia City Council talks about tackling water contamination

ARTESIA — "Right now, we are getting a temporary solution." That's what Artesia City District 1 Councilor Raul Rodriguez said when asked about the water...

Injuries of woman found on road not yet clear

Authorities say woman appeared to be driving A woman was sent to a local hospital Wednesday night after a caller reported a woman lying on the road. The severity of the victim's...

ENMU-R reports more funds for past year than expected

Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell ended its previous fiscal year in a better position than expected. The ending balance for current funds for the 2016-17 fiscal...

Meeting to give public a chance to speak about ENMU-R nursing...

The Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell nursing program is hosting a site review for continuing accreditation of its associate degree nursing program. The public is invited to share...

2017 Eastern New Mexico State Fair Flower Show results

The 2017 Fair Flower Show, sponsored by the Eastern New Mexico State Fair, Home Garden Club and Morning Garden Club of Roswell received a...

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...

Simple steps can help reduce crime

October is National Crime Prevention Month, designated as such with the intent of empowering citizens to help prevent crime in the community and make...

Transportation Department set to begin work on bridge

The New Mexico Department of Transportation will begin repair work to the Hondo Bridge in Lincoln County Monday. Sometimes called the Alamo Canyon Bridge, the bridge...

Grants to be used for early literacy, charter schools

The New Mexico Public Education Department has received more than $42 million in federal grants to fund early literacy programs and charter schools. The “NM Literacy Connections”...

Book talk on science to present different views

In addition to Story Time this Saturday, the tweens and teens will each have their own program to attend, as well. Teens will be...

Daily Record crime reporter visits the OMI

“To help families.” That’s why the New Mexico Office of Medical Investigator do what they do. Whenever there’s a homicide, suicide or any kind of unattended...

Multiple-vehicle crash causes minor injuries

Only minor injuries have been reported following an accident involving four vehicles in south Roswell. Around 4:10 p.m., the Roswell Police Department, firefighters and Emergency Medical Services were...

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