Algae bloom kills Dexter fish

Biologists say humans, other animals not at risk Large numbers of fish in Dexter’s Lake Van are dying again, with biologists determining the cause to be golden...

Winter weather on the way

Two weather systems heading for New Mexico will bring winter-like precipitation and possibly a hard freeze to the southeast part of the state...

Former officer pleads guilty in vehicular homicide

A former Alamogordo police officer accused of driving while intoxicated last December when he caused an accident that left one person dead and...

ENMU-R to expand aviation maintenance program

College prepares to meet needs of Ascent Aviation, other businesses Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell wants to double the number of its aviation maintenance...

Hole-in-one could put golfer behind the wheel

Ron Malone, Executive Director of Assurance Home, stands next to a 2021 Chevy Camaro offered by Richland Auto Group that can be won by...

Life during COVID-19 through a parent’s eyes

By Oscar Rubio Special to RDR Sports For my son, Fernando Rubio, it all started when the wrestling season ended for him. Fernando is a two-time...

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...

RISD board to meet Thursday

The Roswell Independent School District school board will meet Thursday after having to reschedule its regular meeting due to a technical problem last...

Man charged with possession of child porn

A Roswell man faces three criminal counts after images of child pornography were allegedly found among items he left behind at a place where...

City postpones water office closure

This month’s planned temporary closure of the city of Roswell Water billing Office for a computer-software conversion has been postponed. The office will maintain its...

Coaching in the time of Covid

By Gilbert R. Alvarado Special to RDR Sports The first nine weeks of the semester has ended. This marks the first time in school history that...

Letter: COVID spread far from ‘exponential’

Our governor recently made reference to the “exponential increase” in the number of New Mexico COVID-19 cases. As a mathematician, I must protest that...