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County favors fracking

August 17, 2012 • Local NewsComments (0)

The County Commission plans to submit a letter to the Bureau of Land Management voicing its opposition to a proposed rule to regulate hydraulic fracturing, “fracking,” on federal land, which it says will serve as an inhibitor to the New Mexico oil and gas industry responsible for funding a large portion of the state’s budget. [&hellip...

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BCBSNM distributes school supplies at Pecos and Sunset

August 16, 2012 • Local NewsComments (0)

Consuelo Bolagh-Cowder of Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico hands out school supplies to siblings John Lopez, 4, and Angela Juarez, 2, during Operation Back to School, a school supply giveaway, at the UFO McDonald’s, Wednesday. Mark Wilson Photo For the...

Customs arrests Cordoba-Lopez

August 16, 2012 • Local NewsComments (1)

The suspect in a double fatal crash was apprehended as he tried to return to the U.S. Wednesday morning. Joel Cordoba-Lopez, 21, was picked out of the photo array by a witness to the accident at the intersection of Southeast Main Street and Brasher Road on...

De Los Santos not out of horse business

August 16, 2012 • Local NewsComments (1)

Following news reports that stated a Roswell business had suspended its plans to host the first horse slaughtering and processing facility in the United States since 2006, Attorney General Gary King praised the action, issuing a statement on the matter....

40 businesses participate in job fair

August 16, 2012 • Local NewsComments (0)

Congressman Steve Pearce, right, visits with Christopher O’Berry during the second annual Roswell Job Fair at the Roswell Civic Center, Wednesday. Mark Wilson Photo “One woman over in Las Cruces, she stopped me six or eight months (after) the job fair,...

We’ll miss you, girl; thank you for your service

August 15, 2012 • Local NewsComments (2)

Sage the Search & Rescue Dog when she led the parade held in her honor. Local hero Sage died on Monday after repeated bouts of cancer, but her spirit lives on in the Sage Foundation For Dogs Who Serve. Mark Wilson Photo The Daily Record received the...

UFO drops in to say ‘hello’

August 14, 2012 • Local NewsComments (0)

Jim Johnson of Hemet, Calif., poses with his custom-made flying saucer in front of the International UFO Museum and Research Center during a stopover while traveling cross-country, Friday. Johnson and his wife Debbie are enroute to Provincetown, Mass., to...

Valley Meat Co. must now rearrange

August 14, 2012 • Local NewsComments (0)

It is estimated that in Arizona and New Mexico alone Navajo reservations have 90,000 horses that they are unable to provide for and that they must kill and dispose of by the end of this year. A 22-year-old Roswell business anticipated easing this growing...

Hike no more, Gracie; enjoy the wheels

August 12, 2012 • Local NewsComments (0)

Gracie Montes tries on her new adult tricycle, Friday, as Clay Wilson, of Farley’s management. looks on. Mark Wilson Photo Many people would have a hard time walking a mile in Gracie Montes’ shoes, let alone the four she walks to and from work every day....

Roswell Pride moves, protesters follow

August 12, 2012 • Local NewsComments (0)

Protesters are kept at a distance from those attending Roswell Pride 2012, at Cielo Grande, Saturday afternoon. Even armed with a megaphone their voices went unheard as techno music blared from the stage all day long. Mark Wilson Photos Members of the...