Panthers season comes to an end

VAUGHN – The Lake Arthur Panther football team saw their season come to a disappointing end as they fell at Vaughn in the quarterfinal...

NMMI tops Odessa College

On Saturday afternoon, the NMMI Bronco volleyball team beat Odessa College three sets to one and finishes with a perfect 10-0 record in WJCAC...

NMMI beats Portales

The New Mexico Military Institute Colts edged Portales 2-1 in the opening round of the state soccer playoffs in Roswell Saturday afternoon. Mario Camou scored...

Cartoonist doesn’t understand #MeToo

I guess Eddie Macias, the cartoonist who produced the editorial cartoon printed on Oct. 27, doesn’t know or understand the discussion taking place on...

Tax dollars spent without public input

Larry, I’ve been a resident of Roswell for nearly 26 years. I’ve raised a family of three children here. I’ve created numerous jobs over that...

Bringing attention to gun control

As a believer in the “right to bear arms,” I believe everyone worldwide should have the right to carry a gun on his or...

NMMI approves United Arab Emirates contract; Regents agree to pursue negotiations...

Members of the New Mexico Military Institute Board of Regents have given NMMI leadership the go-ahead to pursue a potentially lucrative contract with a private school...

Main Thing First helps families break unwanted patterns

Ron Biggers started Main Thing First four months ago, but he’s no novice when it comes to helping the incarcerated and their families. “I have...

Public lands fall under zoning rules following ETZ Authority vote

Chaves County officials have succeeded in their push to have public lands subject to the same zoning rules as privately owned land, and the first...

A good tune on a cool night; Berrendo Middle School band...

Thursday evening, friends, families and the public were invited for the first united band performance of the seventh- and eighth-graders of the Berrendo Middle...