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Local boy to exhibit steer

After nearly a year of raising his steer, Carter Munson will be among the many children who enter an animal into one of the...

ENMU-R Foundation announces Kosa Merit Award recipients

The ENMU-Roswell Foundation is recognizing Ron Flury and Amanda Booth as the recipients of the 2020 Kosa Merit Awards. Flury was nominated for the award...

State says farmers’ markets have green light to open

It seems a long way from now during a time of uncertainty, but organizers of the local Farmers’ Market are already making plans for...

City OKs law firm to pave way to taxing districts

After a lengthy discussion Thursday night, the Roswell City Council voted 7-0 to contract with the Albuquerque law firm Sherman & Howard LLC to...

Open enrollment set for charter school

The 2020-2021 open enrollment period for Sidney Gutierrez Middle School was decided recently by the school’s governing council. At the governing council’s Nov. 8 meeting, discussions on...

NMMI given ‘highest possible’ accreditation rating

The New Mexico Military Institute received word Wednesday that its junior college program has earned its second 10-year accreditation affirmation from the Higher Learning...

Navajo Nation, State Land Office sign land exchange deal

A land exchange between the Navajo Nation and the New Mexico State Land Office was finalized Friday, a deal that has taken almost three decades to bring...

New year, new decade, new babies at 1:08 a.m.

Above, Rylie was the first baby born, not only in the new year in Roswell, but in the new decade. Born at Lovelace Regional...

Spotlight: Heritage Dinner

The Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico is celebrating the dairy industry of Chaves County By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico...

DWI sign memorializes woman killed in 1987

Family, friends and advocates against drunken driving gathered along North Main Street Friday afternoon to memorialize the life of Maria D. “Buni” Ramirez, dedicating themselves...

Convention center bid deadline extended

The city of Roswell has given construction companies an extra week to bid on the Convention and Civic Center remodel and addition to improve...

New features coming to RDR e-Newspaper

Roswell Daily Record subscribers will soon notice upgrades to the newspaper's e-Newspaper aimed at providing a more complete and user-friendly online experience, both for...

County voters approve school bonds, taxes

Chaves County voters have given passing grades Tuesday to the bond and mill levy issues put before them by the Roswell Independent School District...

Youth perform ‘Willy Wonka Jr.’ this weekend

Neverland Theatre Company and The Studio+ in association with the Roswell Community Little Theatre (RCLT) are presenting Roald Dahl’s “Willy Wonka Jr.” While the adult actors of...

Roswell Daily Record launches new ‘Focus on Artesia’ page

Roswell Daily Record publisher Barbara Beck and interim editor Jeff Tucker announce the launching of an Artesia page in the newspaper, beginning today. The “Focus...

Spring recreation classes begin soon

From ceramics and stained glass to line dancing and hula dancing to yoga and aerobics, spring classes are preparing to begin at the Roswell...

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...

Foxworth Galbraith ribbon cutting

On March 22, Foxworth Galbraith held a ribbon cutting with the Roswell Chamber of Commerce and the Roswell Chamber of Commerce Redcoats to celebrate...

RISD faces financial impact from shooting threat

Superintendent Dr. Ann Lynn McIlroy reported during Tuesday’s school board meeting that the false school shooting threat at Roswell Independent School District (RISD) on...

ENMU-R to hold November charitable walk and run

Start the holiday season off by joining Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell for a 5K or a 1-mile fun run or walk on Saturday, Nov. 23. The events...

Character Counts! awards 53 students

Fifty-three public school and Youth ChalleNGe Academy students received awards Tuesday night for their efforts to communicate six pillars of character, as defined by...

Planetarium announces expanded summer schedule

The Robert H. Goddard Planetarium at the Roswell Museum and Art Center is expanding its public program schedule through the summer. Beginning this week and continuing...

Blood donations are still safe

Healthy blood donors are urgently needed for hospital patients Amidst coronavirus and COVID-19 prevention measures, Vitalant and other blood centers nationwide are urging healthy individuals...

See ‘Beauty and the Beast’ come to life

Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre Company invites the public to “be our guest” with its production of the Academy Award-winning film coming to stage at...

City to begin offering early retirement

The city of Roswell will today begin offering early retirement and voluntary severance packages to employees as it faces an estimated $33 million reduction...

Man who led police on chase to remain in custody

A man who faces 14 criminal charges after a domestic disturbance, who also led local law enforcement on a high speed pursuit through the city...

101118 Roswell Events

Oct. 12 Premiere of the movie “Soufra” The award-winning documentary “Soufra” premieres at the Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art, 409 E. College Blvd., to commemorate the...

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