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A slimy affair: How rattlesnakes ‘do it’

It was nothing new when a neighbor called and asked me to retrieve a rattlesnake from their premises. But to discover not just one,...

100120 Roswell Events

Ongoing Virtual RMAC Join the Roswell Museum and Art Center on its Facebook page in Museum Moments Facebook videos and Space is Awesome on Fridays. There...

111019 Week Ahead

Monday Veteran’s Day. Most federal and some local offices closed. Dexter Consolidated School District Board of Education, 6 p.m., Board Room, Central Office, 100 N. Lincoln...

Check out FamilyPasses for winter statewide traveling

If you’re planning to travel over the winter holidays, the Roswell Public Library has FamilyPasses that you can check out with a library card...

All Hearts 4 Paws, RCC partner to help pets

The Roswell Correctional Center (RCC) started a Dog Training/Adoption Partnership Program on Oct. 24. RCC has partnered with All Hearts 4 Paws Shelter, a...

It’s time to power lunch; Join Thursday’s event and get motivated...

Do you ever sit at your desk and just stare off into space, maybe feeling a little overwhelmed with your to-do list, with all...

Move of UFO Festival raises concerns

During the City Council meeting on March 12, two local citizens raised concerns about the move of the UFO Festival to the new parking...

Woman dies, 2 children hospitalized in crash

A Roswell grandmother died, and two of her grandchildren were hospitalized with injuries following a two-vehicle accident on North Main Street Thursday afternoon shortly...

Local Leprino plant dealing with COVID spike

One of the area’s largest employers is working with the state to contain COVID-19 cases at its plant. Leprino Foods Co. has had a...

Victim declines seeking assault charges in vehicle shooting

An aggravated assault with a firearm incident is pending inactive after a man who was allegedly shot at while driving his pickup truck early...

Historically Speaking: Was Jesse James killed or did he die of...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Remember a few years ago, a tintype was purchased at a secondhand store by Randy and Linda Guijarro...

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Ready, set, chase the alien

The Roswell Parks and Recreation Department is hosting the 24th annual Alien Chase on July 7. The Alien Chase features a 10K run, 10K walk,...

Heinrich calls for increased COVID-19 testing

Sen. Martin Heinrich, D-NM, said more action needs to be taken to increase how many tests for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) are processed in New...

Federal arrest warrant issued for murder suspect

A federal arrest warrant was issued Friday for Jorge Rico-Ruvira, charging him with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, after he allegedly killed a woman...

080118 JrSr News

Birthday party coming up The Senior Circle birthday party is at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8, featuring Marvin Roberts singing old-time Gospel and old-time country. If...

Youth spend year preparing for 4-H and FFA Fair

The Chaves County 4-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA) Fair starting Saturday represents an annual tradition that some youth prepare for all year. “I...

Spotlight: Folklorico Christmas recital

Roswell Folklorico invites the public to its Mexican holiday extravaganza By Christina Stock Vision editor Frank Herrera’s Folklorico students will perform their annual free Christmas recital at...

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...

Man sentenced in 2018 homicide

A man in the United States illegally was sentenced Wednesday in connection with the nearly two-year-old fatal shooting of a co-worker on a ranch...

U-Haul cuts deal with city after tree-trimming incident

The city of Roswell and representatives of U-Haul International have reached an agreement regarding a recent tree trimming by the company that most likely...

School to replace lesson using COVID-19 examples

A math lesson using COVID-19 mortality rates included in Mesa Middle School’s Continuous Learning lessons will be replaced, officials with Roswell Independent School District...

Chaves County reports 108 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday

Chaves County reported 108 new cases of COVID-19 among the state’s 2,107 reported in Tuesday’s daily update from the New Mexico Department of Health. The...

Students put science know-how to the test

Middle and high school students from the region gathered Saturday on the New Mexico Military Institute campus to exercise their science smarts during the 2019...

RISD’s Pre-K on state’s radar; Department of Public Education video features...

Roswell Independent School District's Pre-K staff was honored for exemplary practices in Interim Superintendent Susan Sanchez's reports on Tuesday evening at the school board...

Roswell talks tourism, aliens and beyond

City of Roswell's marketing team hosted 67 community members in a roundtable discussion revolving around tourism on Wednesday evening. Juanita Jennings, Public Affairs director, said...

Man sentenced to 5-year prison term

A Mexican man living in the United States illegally after having been deported was sentenced Thursday in federal court to 60 months in prison for his conviction...
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Raising the ‘steaks’ in Chaves County; Governor announces employment growth from...

As of Wednesday, Chaves County now has an industrial meat processing facility, which Gov. Susana Martinez says is the first of its kind for New...

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