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Questions about city councilor’s move

Have I missed an announcement from Councilor Jason Perry? He moved out of his district some time ago, so he is no longer eligible to...

Zoo should upgrade to petting zoo

The benefits of human interactions with animals are widely known, both the physical and mental. The mere presence of a pet has been found...

Chance to give back to Johnny Gonzales

Most people are unaware that this community lost a very generous man that dedicated his life to giving people help in so many different...

Watching news is like poker tourney

Watching the news lately is like watching a national poker tournament consisting of three teams. There are the Hollywood elites, the Democrats and the Republicans....

Blessed to be part of the community

Cheryl and I would like to thank and acknowledge the people and organizations who came to our aid when she was injured. The firefighters and...

Holly-Day art show a success

Once again, the 37th annual Holly-Day Magic Art and Craft Show was a huge success, allowing us to make major contributions to benefit the...

Blame the predator, not the victim

In a recent RDR letter to the editor, the writer’s defense of Alabama’s Roy Moore’s innocence of sexual assault fails to convince the reader. The...

Homeless locked down like Jews

I would like to add a little more about being locked down in the supposed way the officials want to do with the homeless,...

Nuclear safety overkill

Scientific evidence shows that radiation safety criteria was about 1,000 times too cautious and endangered lives. Safety regulations based on ALARA “as low as...

Roswell, America need to help poor

On a recent cold, windy morning, a lady came to my house asking if she could pick up the pecans in my yard. In...

Annual program is gift to veterans

First United Methodist Church presented its 11th annual veterans program entitled “Building Bridges” on Nov. 12. This very important program is our gift to the...

PNM’s plan is in best interest of New Mexicans

The Rio Grande Foundation is on record as supporting less regulation and more competition in the area of electricity generation. Nonetheless, when the Public Regulation...

Claims about Judge Roy Moore could be wrong

Several GOP leaders have called for Judge Roy Moore to step down. Some have advised him if the allegations are true, he should step...

Reader appalled with homeless drama

I’ve been watching the ongoing drama about the homeless here in Roswell and I am appalled! Three times a good location for a temporary site for...

An explanation of ‘routinely destroyed’

In regards to the inquiry by Robert J. Morris in the letter to the editor on Nov. 15, the Lykins family can only relay...

Homeless are people, too, just like you

I would like to say that the homeless, as we are called, are people, too. Whoever the idiot is that thinks homeless people should be separated...

Thanks for bringing back TV Screens

Thank you for the TV Screens. I was so glad to see that in today’s paper. I needed to tell you thanks. I have complained...

Vets assembly brings generations together

Goddard High School would like to thank all the veterans and their loved ones who attended our assembly. Our main goal was to honor...

Thanks for printing uplifting local stories

Thank you for printing uplifting stories about people in and around Roswell. It’s so good to know someone cares. I’ve known several special needs children....

Thanks to RHS for veterans program

Last Wednesday, Nov. 8, the Roswell High School Student Council planned and presented an outstanding program to honor veterans in our community. From the...

Confused by letter writer’s comments

The headline story on today’s paper has me confused. The case of a woman killed in a traffic collision is brought to court after...

Roswell is city of welcoming arms

We drove into Roswell like many tourists, curious about aliens. We left a bit of our hearts when we departed today. My husband and...

Fire put out by good samaritans

On the afternoon of Oct. 19, I was driving my 1953 Chrysler north of Main Street in the vicinity of the Fairfield Suites when...

Justice denied in fatal DWI case

In regards to the five-vehicle accident that occurred in May 18, 2015 on Fifth and Main streets at 9 a.m. in front of the Roswell courthouse...

Dems see through prism of bigotry

Few Democrats hope Trump succeeds. Most are crybabies and sore losers who want to overturn his election because he’ll undo their progressive paradise. Our economy...

Radiation finally understood

Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency set new radiation guidelines that raise the acceptable limits on the radiation dose that can be tolerated by...

Congressman in sugar cartel’s pocket

Congressman Steve Pearce (R-NM-2) is in the pocket of the nation’s beet and cane sugar cartels. Pearce continually votes to maintain the U.S. Sugar...

Regarding Excel’s latest rate hike

Like the geyser Old Faithful, once again Excel Energy is requesting a 10 percent rate hike. If I recall correctly, there was a 25...

Dual language ad shows ignorance

In the Friday edition of the RDR, page A8, dual language display ad (expensive) for our schools and parents night, showed an ignorance of...

Thanks to all for Reformation event

Sunday, Oct. 29, was a big day for Christians throughout the world as we commemorated 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses...

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