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Army vet, community builder runs for City Council

October 9, 2013 • Local NewsComments (0)

Jerry Heck, a U.S. Army veteran and former New Mexico Military Institute contractor, has announced his bid for Roswell City Council Ward 2. The seat is held by Councilman Jimmy Craig. U.S. Army veteran and former instructor at the New Mexico Military Institute Jerry Heck has announced his bid to run for City Council in [&hellip...

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RISD Board renews Sidney Gutierrez Middle School contract

October 9, 2013 • Local NewsComments (0)

The Roswell Independent School District’s Board of Education voted unanimously in favor of renewing the contract of charter school Sidney Gutierrez Middle School during its regular board meeting Tuesday. The five-year renewal was recommended by...

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Local groups to share information about the Affordable Care Act

October 9, 2013 • Local NewsComments (0)

This article is the final installment of a three-part series about how local residents can adapt to the Affordable Care Act.   A variety of local organizations are conducting outreach with regard to the Affordable Care Act, which mandates that almost all...

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Roswell Toyota donates to DSF of SENM

October 8, 2013 • Local NewsComments (0)

As a primary sponsor of the Down Syndrome Foundation, Roswell Toyota presented the foundation with a check for $5,000 Tuesday. From left to right, DSF President Libbie Sills, her son, Brenden, 3, DSF Treasurer and Board Member Mike Romero, DSF Executive...

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Cable One to offer channel previews

October 8, 2013 • Local NewsComments (0)

To compensate for missing channels after a contractual dispute with Turner Broadcasting System Inc., Cable One will be showing previews of new channels to replace those no longer playing, the company announced in a press release Friday. At the expiration of...

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State Sen. Cliff Pirtle, R-Dist. 32, seeds a field Monday. Local farmers are not reporting many negative effects from the second week of the federal shutdown.

Fed shutdown fails to upset local agriculture

October 8, 2013 • Local NewsComments (0)

Jill McLaughlin Photo State Sen. Cliff Pirtle, R-Dist. 32, seeds a field Monday. Local farmers are not reporting many negative effects from the second week of the federal shutdown. Jill McLaughlin Record Staff Writer While farmers and livestock producers...

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Participants in an immigration rally in Roswell on Sunday greet the “On the Road to Citizenship” Caravan bus with picket signs and American flags.

Immigration caravan stops in Roswell

October 8, 2013 • Local NewsComments (0)

Mark Wilson Photo Participants in an immigration rally in Roswell on Sunday greet the “On the Road to Citizenship” Caravan bus with picket signs and American flags. Tess Townsend Record Staff Writer About 100 protesters gathered at Pioneer Park Sunday...

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Artesia man is convicted of CSP

October 8, 2013 • Local NewsComments (0)

Jessica Palmer Record Staff Writer James Butler, 49, of Artesia, was convicted of one count of criminal sexual penetration of a minor under the age 13, a first-degree felony; two counts of criminal sexual contact of a minor under the age 13, and one count of...

Affordable Care Act means some may have to change health plans

October 8, 2013 • Local NewsComments (0)

Tess Townsend Record Staff Writer This is the second installment of a three-part series about how local residents can adapt to the Affordable Care Act. Who needs to sign up? The open enrollment period for health plans on the exchange started October 1 and...

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Pre-employment fingerprinting process to change

October 8, 2013 • Local NewsComments (0)

Jessica Palmer Record Staff Writer Starting Nov. 1, the Roswell Police Department, the Chaves County Sheriff’s Office and New Mexico State Police will no longer perform pre-employment fingerprinting and background checks. The process is being computerized...

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