Cheering for ‘A’ big achievement; Del Norte, Sidney Gutierrez schools earn...

The New Mexico Secretary of Education didn’t just recognize Roswell schools for their academic achievements, but took some time to learn how they’re able...

Mother of crash victim provides update on daughter’s condition; Emergency staff...

A Roswell woman found lying on the road Wednesday night remained in critical care at an out-of-state hospital as of Monday afternoon. Before 8 p.m....

Neighborhood Watch offers way to get rid of unwanted prescription medications

The Roswell Police Department’s Neighborhood Watch program, working with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will again offer citizens an opportunity to prevent pill...

School bookkeeper arrested in Lea County

A school bookkeeper in Lea County was arrested Friday on charges of embezzlement and fraudulent use of a credit card, both fourth degree felonies. New...

Character Counts events held this week

Character Counts in Chaves County with hold several events throughout the week in celebration of National Character Counts Weeks. Pat Lujan is the local chair...

Original engraved bricks available to purchasers

City of Roswell officials and employees joined representatives of contractor HB Construction Oct. 11 to relocate engraved-brick displays from their former location immediately north...

Pilller, Lopez to be honored

Gerina Piller and Nancy Lopez will be honored on Thursday at Goddard High School at 2 p.m. in the Goddard Theatre. Goddard is the only high...

‘Double hanging’ in Lincoln County; After realizing convicted murderer is not...

When imagining the Old West, what images come to your mind? Perhaps the cattle drives and cowboys? Indians and their wild and free lifestyle?...

Roswell Jazz Festival announces schedule

Welcome to Jazz About Town! Monthly installments will be covering a wide variety of jazz related topics. We plan to keep you informed about...

Victory is mine!

Makowski’s secret to life: Seek the good; Longtime firefighter is in...

Gerry Makowski has spent most of his 84 years looking for what's right and good, seeking to help make things better in the faith...

Principal says dual-credit courses benefit community

Walk with Principal Porter Cutrell through the hallway of his school, which provides high school curricula to both Early College High School and University High School...