Spanish-language page is right fit for Roswell

Like so many other businesses in New Mexico and the American Southwest, the Roswell Daily Record has to be bilingual to communicate with customers. Local...

Girls report attempted carjacking; Unidentified suspect eludes police after hiding in...

Two teenage girls told the Daily Record and police that a man attempted to carjack their vehicle Friday, in an afternoon incident that led...

Legendary girl scout camp is coming back

As a child, if you didn't spend part of summer vacation at Camp Mary White, you probably knew girls who did. The camp has...

State, feds begin Superfund site studies

State and federal environmental agencies are awaiting results on tests at one of the two Superfund contamination sites in the city. A soil gas survey...

Fishing derby today at Spring River zoo

The New Mexico Department of Game & Fish is sponsoring an Outdoor Adventure Day at the Spring River Park & Zoo today. Registration opens...

ENMU-Ruidoso president to retire

Clayton Alred, president of Eastern New Mexico University-Ruidoso, is retiring, ENMU president Steven Gamble has announced. “I am sorry to see Dr. Alred depart,” Gamble...

Road work in Eddy County

The New Mexico Department of Transportation will begin a project Monday to chip seal pavement on various roadways in Eddy County. A District Two chip...

Invaders take down Triggers 12-5; Kyle Peralta goes 2-for-3, Roswell scores...

The second matchup of a four-game series between the Roswell Invaders and the visiting Trinidad Triggers was a back-and-forth battle that went late into...

ENMU-R tentatively plans $20.2 million in projects

Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell is getting a jump on the future and asking the Board of Regents to approve a draft list of $20.2...