Students experience NM wildlife firsthand

The coordination of a middle school science teacher has given Roswell students an opportunity to experience the world in a new light at the...

Former land commissioner candidate addresses civic clubs in new role

ARTESIA — He ran for New Mexico Commissioner of Public Lands in 2010 and after that, he was the CEO of the New Mexico Farm...

Cast a vote for charity with coins

The Chaves County School Employees Credit Union is most likely one of the smallest credit unions in Chaves County, nonetheless every year the tellers and employees come...

Ideas to help boost the economy

The visit locally is part of a statewide “job creation listening tour” prior to the start of the legislative session in January. “We are very sincere and...

December holiday events kick off this weekend

Roswell’s December holiday events begin with First Friday Downtown Market facilitaed by the MainStreet Roswell. The theme this year is “the reason for the season.”...

Streets to close for parade

North Main Street will be closed between College Boulevard and Third Street this Saturday evening for two hours for the annual Electric Light Parade. That section...

Coyotes looking for more accolades

The Roswell High Coyote wrestling squad had their best finish in school history during the 2016-2017 campaign. The Coyotes finished in 5th place at...

Young Rocket grapplers looking for medals

The Nick Archuleta era has officially begun at the Goddard High wrestling room. The longtime assistant has taken over the head coaching reins from...

Colt basketball prepares for season with new head coach

A familiar face is taking over the helm of the Colt basketball team this season, and, combined with some promising young players, the team...

Artesia girls coast in opener

ARTESIA — “We’re very eager to get going.” That was how Jeff Houghtaling head girls’ basketball coach at Artesia High School (1-0) summed up Tuesday’s 61-24...