Dr. Seuss legacy reaches 114th year; Author’s birthday instigates reading within...

The celebration of Theodor Seuss Geisel — better known by his pen name, “Dr. Seuss,” takes place in schools and libraries nationwide, and the city...

A $4 million miracle baby named Ryder; The premature birth of...

It is supposed to be the most natural event in a young couple’s life: Having a baby to complete the family, but this wish...

Local schools score high in some events at state Science Olympiad

Three Roswell teams placed among the top 10 in the New Mexico Science Olympiads tournament, including Sierra Middle School in its first time in...

Advocacy group: ENMU, NMMI not compliant

A non-partisan group that tracks compliance with the Financial Disclosures Act by state boards and commissions found that Eastern New Mexico University and the New...

Pangea Medical will remain open

Pangea Medical, which announced last week that it would be closing indefinitely on March 10, posted on its Facebook page that the walk-in clinic...

March Sunday Funday canceled

Sunday Funday at the Historical Society of Southeast New Mexico Archive Building has been canceled due to illness of the guest speaker, Dave Clary. Sunday...

Roswell author to receive Congressional Recognition

Dorothy (Cave) Aldrich is going to be honored on March 9, 6 to 9 p.m., at the American Legion Post 28, 1620 N. Montana...

Adult and Recreation Center spring classes open soon

From ceramics and stained glass to line dancing and hula dancing to yoga and aerobics, spring classes are preparing to begin at the Roswell...

Upcoming blood drives for March

United Blood Services will be holding blood drives during March at the following locations and times: • March 3, noon to 3 p.m. United Blood...

Lady Rockets’ season ends; Goddard falls to Miyamura 38-26

The Goddard Lady Rocket basketball team’s hopes of a repeat state championship ended in the first round of the NMAA 5A state tourney as...