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Citizens want grand juries to hear claims against governor

An independent oil producer from Roswell and members of the Concerned Citizens for New Mexico group have filed petitions in New Mexico district courts seeking to have citizens' grand juries convened to hear allegations of state... — Updated 9/7/2021


Businesses warned of ransomware dangers

ROSWELL — A representative with a relatively new governmental agency says any business, including any agricultural business, could be hit by a ransomware attack. One attack reported in the United States began July 3 and could... — Updated 7/17/2021


SBA prepares for restaurant fund launch

The U.S. Small Business Administration has published information in English and Spanish on how restaurants, bars, bakeries, catering operations and other food and drink establishments can apply for grants from the $28.6 billion... — Updated 4/20/2021


Failing to listen to pilots' reports reckless

ROSWELL — Few topics of conversation have been more stigmatized in the United States over the past 70-odd years than sightings of unexplained aerial phenomena. Anyone admitting to a possible “UFO sighting” runs the risk of... — Updated 5/4/2019


Man pleads guilty to possession of explosives

LAS CRUCES — A Roswell man pleaded guilty Oct. 10 to the unlawful possession of explosives during an appearance in federal court in Las Cruces. Jeffrey Blake Vanover, 53, of Roswell, entered the plea of guilty without the... — Updated 10/16/2018


Local girl drawn to fair by animal competitions

ROSWELL — For J.C Wagner, the fair is something she looks forward to — not so much for the carnival rides and food booths, but for its agriculture component. The daughter of an alfalfa farmer just outside of Roswell, Wagner, 13... — Updated 10/9/2018


Dexter students protest action against teacher

ROSWELL — About 40 Dexter High School students protested Oct. 2 outside the high school building following what they described as disciplinary action against a teacher. Some students were trying to encourage others nearby to... — Updated 10/9/2018


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