Clothing ministry reopening

Clothes for the body and gospels for the spirit are what a program of First Baptist Church plans to give the community. The church at 500 N....

In the Dark exhibit to be held in Hobbs

Hobbs Ongoing until May 13 In the Dark In the Dark is the new, interactive exhibit at the Western Heritage Museum, 1 Thunderbird Circle. Visitors will be...

Aging Commission discusses guardianship bill

A New Mexico Senate bill concerning guardianships could be a way to prevent some of the criminal abuses of fraud and theft by guardians of the elderly...

Xcel finishes $24 million upgrade

Xcel Energy has completed a five-year, $24 million upgrade to the electric transmission system serving Roswell. In a Wednesday news release, the company said the...

Committee starts RFP for rec center

On Tuesday afternoon, the General Services Committee voted to approve the request for proposal regarding the scope of work for the new Recreation and...

Artesia parents and youth ‘Speak Out’

ARTESIA — “So many young people deal with identity crises.” Those words were spoken Thursday by Jerry Jamieson, the youth pastor of Harvest Fellowship Church in...

Heinrich holds mobile office in Artesia

Office staff for U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-Albuquerque) are holding mobile office hours in Artesia Monday. Staff will be available 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at...

Economic development report

The economic development report comes out around the 20th of each month. The data reflects which businesses have come to Roswell in the past...

Silvas inspired by many coaches

“The more concerned you have become over the things you can’t control,” John Wooden said, “the less you will do with the things you...

District play is for real

The high school basketball season has been a prelude to now. Now is where the rubber meets the road. If you’re the Roswell Coyotes...

Demons beat Cardinals