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Landrum works with the big picture

If you don't want to experience growth and new blessings in your life you would be wise to avoid Gale Landrum. Landrum has a...

Unclaimed remains of veterans to be laid to rest with honors

The cremated remains of 10 veterans, who upon their deaths went unclaimed by family members, will be recognized during a ceremony next week. The deceased...

Owls in the land of enchantment exhibit held 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...

State agency plans $6.5 million headquarters; Game and Fish Department has...

Get ready for some bows and arrows and a little education. The New Mexico Game and Fish Department intends to build a $6.5 million administrative...

Man with machete fails to make cut; Deputy makes arrest after...

"I guess the cops aren't coming." That's what 20-year-old Jonah Alexander Flores said after taking food and chugging a beer while at a convenience store,...

Two charged in decades-old murder; DA brings cases against Roswell, Texas...

Two men from Roswell and Texas have been charged in connection with a 20-year-old murder of a local man, a case that for decades...

Pecos Elementary students razzle-dazzle ‘em

A stage filled with jumping and skipping kids, some dressed as cows and some as crawfish and others as cacti, chefs and masked Mardi Gras dancers, filled...

Events this week part of child abuse prevention efforts

A local organization’s efforts to prevent child abuse, neglect and abandonment and to help affected youth will be highlighted by events this week as Child Abuse...

‘Everybuddy’ is invited to be super at annual walk

The foundation is committed to providing support and education to all individuals with Down syndrome and their families. It services nine counties: Chaves, Eddy, Lea,...

Mare ‘assured’ a new home

Rolando Romeo is a man filled with kindness and generosity. When he was young, he decided to place the needs of his country before...

ENMU-R employees get first pay raise in years; College president says...

Dr. John Madden of Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell pitched a baseball analogy to describe his team's feeling of success as they have reached a point after...

Send in the clowns, or rather not

Nobody can tell that under the haunting and spooky masks of eerie clowns are four of Roswell's young talents. Samantha Thorsted, Jada Wilson, Emmah McPherson...

RDR earns nine awards at newspaper contest

The Roswell Daily Record earned a total of nine awards, including three first-place awards, at Saturday's annual New Mexico Press Association awards banquet in...

Psychiatrist’s wife speaks out, wants charges dropped; Court proceedings against doctor...

An Alamogordo district attorney appointed as special prosecutor to a case involving allegations against a local psychiatrist is continuing to move forward despite multiple...

Many cultures celebrate holidays with lights

Many cultures around the world have a celebration that centers around the use of light. Though these festivals span across many countries, that so many...

State rep seat sought by Libertarian, Republican

A retired radiological technician living in Carrizozo who wants to legalize all use of marijuana is challenging a conservative local oil and gas lawyer...

Senior Circle Birthday/Christmas party

Senior Circle’s December Birthday /Christmas party is at 2 p.m. today. All members are invited as well as prospective members. There will be Christmas caroling...

Committee: reissue Yucca Center RFPs; Infrastructure Committee recommends again issuing requests...

The City of Roswell’s Infrastructure Committee voted Monday to recommend again seeking proposals for the sale of the city-owned Yucca Recreation Center. The city is seeking...

Border Patrol Academy Graduates Session 1081

ARTESIA — The U.S. Border Patrol Academy will be holding academy session 1081’s graduation ceremony on December 27.  The trainees of Class 1081 will...

Identity of suspect in shooting incident with police

Police were serving a warrant on James A. Berrones in connection with a domestic- violence incident involving a gun James Alan Berrones, 46, is the deceased suspect...

Helping the helpers; Paint party raises funds, illustrates hope for courthouse...

A benefit held at a Roswell social club Tuesday evening is going to the dogs — the District Attorney’s Courthouse dogs, that is. A total...

Artesia Public Library gears up for busy month

ARTESIA — After taking a break in December, business is set to pickup this month at the Artesia Public Library. Library Supervisor Erin Loveland said...

Sheriff’s Office investigates large scale cotton arson

The Chaves County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an arson southwest of Hagerman that led to the burning of 41 bales of cotton Wednesday night. “They...

Chaves County dairy negotiating to settle over $226K in fines

A Lake Arthur-area dairy is negotiating with the state to resolve issues that the business owner says concerns incomplete paperwork, but which the state characterized in...

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