Seniors express creativity

JrSr News Senior Circle hosts Commission on Aging The Commission on Aging will meet at 3 p.m. Thursday. Britt Snyder, Chaves County sheriff, will be a...

Learn about the Secret Service in a book

The Books Again! store run by the Friends of the Library will have extended hours during First Friday on Feb. 2, staying open until...

GOP and Dems blame each other

Democrats and Republicans are blaming each other for the government shutdown, and they’re both right. The reason for this silly game lies in the Senate...

Letter writer lacks sources

The Jan. 12 edition of the RDR had a letter, “Wealth inequality …” The writer insists the recent tax cuts will be detrimental to...

Artesia’s Memorial Family Practice Clinic looking for more family docs

ARTESIA — “December was a fairly busy month for Artesia General Hospital.” That was the word given late Monday afternoon to the Artesia Special Hospital...

Women’s event planned Thursday

WESST, a statewide consulting group with an office in Roswell, will hold a dinner Thursday with four local women business and civic leaders scheduled to...

Bulldogs get a break before league play

ARTESIA — After playing multiple games in multiple weeks this month, the Artesia Bulldogs are getting a break this week. District play starts Friday night at...

House speaker supports airfield legislation

When it comes to legislative deals this session, some of Roswell’s power brokers have the local airfield on their minds. State legislators representing the area and...

Paul Parks, a man of courage

If you could use only one word to define Paul Parks and you chose “courage,” you’d be right. Paul died in a culvert, where...

Teacher, coach comes full circle in Artesia

ARTESIA — Walk into Michael Mondragon’s office at the Bulldog Pit in Artesia and you’ll notice a picture of him and former President George W. Bush....

Colts drop second district contest to Hope Christian

In the second district 4-4A match-up for both teams, NMMI’s combination of low percentage shooting and too many turnovers allowed the visiting Hope Christian...