City apologizes for water pressure

City of Roswell water customers may have experienced a decrease in water pressure the last couple days. The city has been experiencing a rash...

A healthy church is a growing church

Grace Community Church celebrated its 20th anniversary April 27-29 with a charter member banquet, a showcase and a celebration. Following the music and worship...

Family STEAM night slithers into museum

Amanda Nicholson, curator of education, described the Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) activities at the Roswell Museum and Arts Center on Thursday night. “All...

Rockets barely escape with a win

If the road back to the championship game in Albuquerque is going to be like the opening round of the playoffs if you’re a...

Goddard scores state qualifiers at track meet

ARTESIA — Goddard track head coach Chris Deck viewed Friday’s District 4-5A track meet as the last chance for some Rockets and Lady Rockets to...

Drive-by shooting of cyclist ruled as homicide; RPD identifies victim as 42-year-old man, requests...

The man who had been previously listed in serious condition as a result of a drive-by shooting Thursday evening in south Roswell died shortly afterhe was taken to...

Candidates for Commissioner of Public Lands office participate in forum

Fracking on public lands and greater distribution of trust funds were among the topics addressed Thursday by three of the five candidates for New...

Nonprofit: Farm Bill would hurt southern NM

The proposed Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018 has garnered criticism by the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty, which states that if...

Finance Committee debate arises over lodgers tax and fee waivers

Roswell’s City Council went through a list to approve or deny events with lodgers tax and other fee waivers. Councilors Caleb Grant, Jacob Roebuck, Judy...

Meeting between old friends

Everything has changed and yet it’s the same. Goddard baseball hosts Roswell at the Launch Pad for the right to continue playing for the...