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School board limits staff technology use; Board president: Policy revision only...

The Roswell school board at its Tuesday night meeting authorized the issuance of $9.66 million in bonds previously approved by voters and passed a...

Investigators say gunshot wound to man was likely self-inflicted

The case regarding the man who attempted to drive himself to a local hospital after being shot in the leg Monday night has been...

Recent DWI arrests in Chaves County

Local law enforcement agencies have provided the following information. All people are presumed innocent.

Four area teachers nominated for state award

Three teachers at Berrendo Middle School and one at Hagerman Middle School have been nominated for the 2018 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in...

Leadership Roswell accepting applications for 35th class

Leadership Roswell is now accepting applications for its 35th class. Leadership Roswell is a Roswell Chamber of Commerce program. The program is designed to take...

Make glow-in-the-dark shirts at the library

There’s an activity for every age this week at the Roswell Public Library. The Teen Craft this month is a Glow Paint Party and...

Server maintenance between July 10, 2017 and July 11, 2017

Update: Our website styles have been lost after the installation of the server upgrade with our provider. We are working on the website now to...

Councilor Mackey considering mayoral campaign; City’s first elected African-American eyeing new...

Roswell City Councilor Natasha Mackey says she is considering running for mayor, adding a possible new dimension to the unfolding mayoral race as the...
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Man shot on city’s south side

A teenaged-man was shot on the city’s south side Monday night and tried to drive himself to a local hospital before stopping at the corner...

Greenbacks making comeback at Wal-Mart; Retailer’s cash issues said to be...

After some frustration expressed by Wal-Mart customers of not being able to make cash payments at the Roswell store the last few days, a...

Jurney begins quest for mayor’s office; Former city leader seeking to...

Former Roswell Mayor Del Jurney has announced he is running again for mayor, becoming the second candidate to stake a claim for the corner...

RISD board meeting goes live on YouTube; Board to consider new...

New policies regarding cellphones and social media use, which have some implications in efforts to deal with school bullying, will be considered at the...

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...

Farmers’ Market opens with some things new, some things familiar

Supporting locals and loading up on homemade preserves, bread, locally raised beef and fresh chiles and vegetables are just two reasons some spent their...

Week Ahead

Monday Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents (telephonic meeting), 11:30 a.m., Administration Building, Room 100, ENMU campus, 1500 S. Avenue K, Portales. Roswell Tourism Commission,...

Pavement project delayed

The pavement project being completed by Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway on a section of East College Boulevard around the railroad tracks has run...

NMMI regents consider cadet retention; In discussing enrollment, official says Institute...

New Mexico Military Institute officials think they have a good understanding of all the reasons why cadets stay and why they don't, NMMI staff...

Roswell has the only independent genealogy library in the state

When you're trying to learn about your family's history, or how far back you can trace your ancestry, you want to get to know...

Fireworks firm offering city free makeup show; Contractor concedes Fourth of...

The president of the Texas firm that put on this year's Fourth of July fireworks show at Cielo Grande Recreation Area told the Daily...

Education secretary visits local K3 classes

The book that Acting Secretary of Education Christopher Ruszkowsi read to young school kids at Military Heights Elementary School in Roswell Thursday afternoon was...

Man connected to fatal crash from ‘15 charged with homicide by...

A man has been charged in connection to a five-vehicle crash that occurred in May 2015 in downtown Roswell that led to the death...

Owls in the Land of Enchantment exhibition taking place

Albuquerque Ongoing until Sept. 25 Owls in the Land of Enchantment Revered and feared in folklore, owls are found throughout New Mexico. From open desert to mountain...

Fireworks crowd fizzles out before finale; Lackluster Fourth of July show...

City officials said a lackluster Fourth of July fireworks show was the result of a poor performance by the contractor the city hired to...

One property owner not sheepish about his objections to permit

A Roswell business owner won his quest to keep sheep and goats on property in the city limits, in spite of some initial opposition...

Alcohol and high speeds were factors in fatal crash, report says

Police records obtained by the Daily Record Wednesday indicate the fatal crash near the Roswell Relief Route Friday was alcohol-related and a result of...

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