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A ‘sweet’ incentive for pie

Nicholas Snowberger explains, “In our manager meetings, we’re always looking for creative ways to incentivize ourselves and our teams and we decided that this...

Hot vehicles pose danger to children

With temperatures already on the rise with the official start of summer approaching later this month, parents and other child caregivers must raise their...

Free Duo Brazil Brilliance concert returns to Roswell

The Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art is bringing back its Duo Brazil Brilliance concert Thursday at 7 p.m. at 409 E. College Blvd. Admission...

Alvarez gains worldview through teaching; Goddard High grad gives advice on...

If you've ever wondered what it would be like to pursue your dreams, Nick Alvarez has some perspective to share with you. After graduating...

Alleged shooter arrested

Roswell police have arrested a man that they've been searching for since May 27. Tyler C. Mazac, 24, of West McGaffey Street, is accused of...

Down syndrome families hear from experts

People with Down syndrome can often have a difficult time letting family and others know what they are experiencing, so problems that could be...

Outdoor Adventure Day reels in youth

More than 350 pounds of catfish were stocked this week at the Spring River Park and Zoo pond to give area youth a good...

UFO Festival events announced

The organizers of the 22nd annual UFO Festival in Roswell have announced events and activities for the June 29-July 2 weekend. This year marks the...

New AF training units coming to Holloman

Two additional F-16 training squadrons will be based out of Holloman Air Force Base near Alamogordo for an interim period beginning this summer, according...

Week Ahead

Monday Roswell City Council Legal Committee, 4:30 p.m., City Hall conference room, 425 N. Richardson Ave. Tuesday Chaves County Planning and Zoning Commission, 5:30 p.m., Chaves County...

Girls report attempted carjacking; Unidentified suspect eludes police after hiding in...

Two teenage girls told the Daily Record and police that a man attempted to carjack their vehicle Friday, in an afternoon incident that led...

Legendary girl scout camp is coming back

As a child, if you didn't spend part of summer vacation at Camp Mary White, you probably knew girls who did. The camp has...

State, feds begin Superfund site studies

State and federal environmental agencies are awaiting results on tests at one of the two Superfund contamination sites in the city. A soil gas survey...

Fishing derby today at Spring River zoo

The New Mexico Department of Game & Fish is sponsoring an Outdoor Adventure Day at the Spring River Park & Zoo today. Registration opens...

ENMU-Ruidoso president to retire

Clayton Alred, president of Eastern New Mexico University-Ruidoso, is retiring, ENMU president Steven Gamble has announced. “I am sorry to see Dr. Alred depart,” Gamble...

Road work in Eddy County

The New Mexico Department of Transportation will begin a project Monday to chip seal pavement on various roadways in Eddy County. A District Two chip...

ENMU-R tentatively plans $20.2 million in projects

Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell is getting a jump on the future and asking the Board of Regents to approve a draft list of $20.2...

Hagerman allows police to issue misdemeanor citations to some

A new ordinance has been approved unanimously by the town council of Hagerman allowing police officers the option of giving people misdemeanor citations for...

Local man arrested, now involved in three criminal cases

A Roswell man charged with a slew of offenses in two criminal cases in Chaves County and Otero County has been arrested on a...

Therapy dogs keep seniors busy

Chocolate, appropriately named, is a 12-1/2 year-old chocolate lab/chow mix who has been a certified therapy dog since May 2016, thanks to her owner,...

Hagerman High School student receives highest agricultural honor

Justin Armstrong was recently presented Hagerman High School’s highest agricultural honor, the DEKALB Agricultural Accomplishment Award. He is the son of Chet and Todie...

Owls focus of art exhibition in ABQ

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...

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