|Newsmakers Talks With A Former Ambassador |
From KRWG-TV, Fred Martino(pictured) interviews Delano Lewis, former U.S. Ambassador to South Africa and President of NPR. Lewis' new book is "It All Begins With Self." Watch it now in the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.
|City Employees End Alleged Burglar’s Escape|
Three City of Roswell employees brought a quick end to the getaway of a man who allegedly broke into a vehicle in a restaurant parking lot Thursday afternoon (Sept. 3) and then ran through nearby city hall as he fled. One city employee caught the fleeing suspect and then two more city employees helped hold him on the ground outside city hall, which is at the corner of North Richardson Avenue an... Read More >>
|Week Two Of The High School Football Season Is Almost Here|
Tonight the Artesia Bulldogs host Hobbs. The game gets underway at 7 on KSVP, KTZA and this website. Roswell High hosts Canyon, Texas, the game can be heard on 106.5 Roswell's Talk FM. Carlsbad travels to Deming, Goddard is at PV, NMMI is at Capitan, Hagerman plays at Loving, Gateway is at Logan, Dexter heads to Tularosa and Lake Arthur hosts Reserve.
|Opportunitic Gridiron Hounds Sprint Past Cowboys In Explosive Second Half|
The Eastern New Mexico University football team (1-0) opened the 2015 season with a 40-10 win over visiting New Mexico Highlands (0-1).Eastern earned its second straight win over New Mexico Highlands and moved to 32-13 in the series.ENMU has won five of the last eight meetings.The Hounds last home win in the series was in 2003.
|Dragonfly Festival Returns To Roswell |
The Friends of Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge and the staff of Bitter Lake NWR will be hosting the 2015 Dragonfly Festival on Saturday, September 12 at the refuge, 4200 E. Pine Lodge Rd. The festival will have a full day of free family fun and activities that everyone will enjoy. The free family activities include multiple tours in which families will have an opportunity to travel to part... Read More >>
|NMOGA Weighs In On Chicken Being Delisted |
Spokesman Wally Drangmeister says members are happy with ruling from judge.
|Feds And A Host Of Agencies Report Major Bust |
A series of undercover investigations by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Pecos Valley Drug Task Force and the Artesia Police Department have resulted in the filing of federal firearms and narcotics trafficking charges against eleven individuals. On Sept. 1 and 2 law enforcement officers engaged in a multi-agency operation in Eddy County, N.M., and arrested seven o... Read More >>