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...

Hagerman allows police to issue misdemeanor citations to some

A new ordinance has been approved unanimously by the town council of Hagerman allowing police officers the option of giving people misdemeanor citations for...

Local man arrested, now involved in three criminal cases

A Roswell man charged with a slew of offenses in two criminal cases in Chaves County and Otero County has been arrested on a...

Invaders walk off against Triggers; Kyle Peralta drives in tying run...

Roswell Invaders left-fielder Kyle Peralta was in a tough spot down 0-2 with two outs and his team down by one in the bottom...

Therapy dogs keep seniors busy

Chocolate, appropriately named, is a 12-1/2 year-old chocolate lab/chow mix who has been a certified therapy dog since May 2016, thanks to her owner,...

Hagerman High School student receives highest agricultural honor

Justin Armstrong was recently presented Hagerman High School’s highest agricultural honor, the DEKALB Agricultural Accomplishment Award. He is the son of Chet and Todie...