Circus is coming to town; Dinosaurs to come alive in Roswell show

April 24, 2017 • Local NewsComments (0)

In addition to dinosaurs, elephants will be present at the Circus Saurus Wednesday at the Eastern New Mexico State Fairgrounds. Tickets are limited, so get them while they last. (Courtesy Photo) Dinosaurs are about to come alive in Roswell. Carson & Barnes Circus will present their action-packed show, Circus Saurus, Wednesday at the Eastern New [&hellip...

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Caleb Grant chosen mayor pro tem; City Council leadership vote highlights political divisions

April 22, 2017 • Local NewsComments (0)

Grant Mackey Sanchez In another display of the deepening political divisions on the Roswell City Council, city leaders by a split vote have chosen City Councilor Caleb Grant as mayor pro tem. Grant, nominated for mayor pro tem by City Councilor Jason Perry at...


Earth Day gets some local fans

April 22, 2017 • Local NewsComments (0)

Above: As part of their Earth Day rally, local residents walk along North Main Street in a March for Science in support of science education and funding of science research. (Lisa Dunlap Photo) Below: Carolyn Madison, left, and Amanda Nicholson of the Roswell...


Andrews loves to help people get healthy

April 22, 2017 • Local NewsComments (0)

Healthy eating is not as difficult as it once was, but it does require diligence and knowledge. Karen Andrews works with her husband and other health professionals to help people learn how they can better fuel their bodies and remain healthy longer. (Curtis...


Week Ahead

April 22, 2017 • Local NewsComments (0)

Monday Chaves County Board of Commissioners, site visit to two county roads, 8 a.m., Meet at Chaves County Administrative Center, #1 St. Mary’s Place. (Will travel to two locations in county. Must use own transportation.) City Council Infrastructure...


RISD faces possible jury trial in lawsuit; A former employee alleges violation of Whistleblower’s Act protections

April 22, 2017 • Local NewsComments (0)

Mike Kakuska is seen in a 2012 news photo. A lawsuit filed more than two years ago by a former human resource administrator against the Roswell Independent School District and its Board of Education alleging violation of state Whistleblower’s Act...


Roswell High student admits to starting shooting rumor, police say

April 22, 2017 • Local NewsComments (0)

Some Roswell High School students chose to leave school Friday after messages and social media posts about a shooting to occur at the school were circulated among students, but a police spokesman said that an investigation early in the day had determined that...


Four Paws Pet Pantry fills a need

April 22, 2017 • Local NewsComments (0)

Volunteers come into St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 505 North Pennsylvania Ave. to help fill bags with dog food for the Four Paws Pet Pantry. Cynthia Mosher and her grand daughter Madison are among the volunteers that keep the pantry going. The pet...


This little piggy had fun posing for fans

April 22, 2017 • Local NewsComments (0)

Above: The crowd that filled the Pearson Auditorium at the New Mexico Military Institute exploded in laughter, hooting and applause at the premiere of “Shrek The Musical” on Friday evening. Neverland Theatre Company brought the Broadway production...


Church on the Move hosts a ‘steakout’

April 22, 2017 • Local NewsComments (0)

Ralph Cobos, a staff member at Church on the Move, flips a steak Friday at the Law Enforcement Steakout Friday at Fire Station One, 200 S Richardson Ave. Church on the Move served Roswell’s police, fire departments and EMTs a free steak lunch for them and...