Roswell Refuge changes leadership

The executive director of the Roswell Refuge, which works to prevent and aid recovery of domestic violence and sexual assault, has left the organization....

Aging Commission sets time for televised forum; Group that looks out...

The City of Roswell Commission on Aging confirmed its slate of officers for the coming year and set a definitive date for a televised...

Splash pad winding down for the season

Summer season wraps up Labor Day weekend With kids in Roswell returning to school this week, the Bert Murphy Family Splash Pad is beginning weekend-only...

Local water co-op doing quality tests

The Berrendo Cooperative Water Users Association is conducting regularly scheduled, state-required testing for lead and copper. Office Manager Elizabeth Niece said that the association is...

Gov. Susana Martinez appoints ENMU regent

Ed Tatum, of Clovis, has been appointed by Gov. Susana Martinez to the Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents. A founding member of the...

Sheriff’s office asks for public’s help in returning girl’s bike to...

A little girl's bicycle that was once stolen was recovered by deputies Tuesday. The Chaves County Sheriff's Office posted on their Facebook page that the...

Thanks to hospital employees for care

On July 31, I went to the emergency room at Eastern New Mexico Medical Center and I was admitted to the hospital for a...

Reaping the benefits of oil and gas

Southeastern New Mexico is rightfully known for its oil and gas resources, but the economic impact of hunting and fishing in the area cannot...

Liberals are big gov’t advocates

Saw your article by Merilee Dannemann in Tuesday’s RDR, “No excuse for voting commission” and had to comment, again. Liberals are the first to scream...

Yearbook from 1915 a historical treat

What a historical treat provided by Briana Hodge in Sunday’s RDR Vistas section! She got her hands on the 1915 Roswell High School annual. At...