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The 3 Most Important Things to Know About Roswell, New Mexico Before It Airs | TV Guide
Roswell, New Mexicowon't be out until 2019, but theRoswellreboot already has fans stirring about what to expect from the new series. TV Guide talked to the show's starsNathan Dean ParsonsandJeanine Mason, along with showrunner Carina Adly MacKenzie, at New York Comic Con about what the fans really n
Steve Bannon to come to Roswell Thursday
In this March 10 file photo, former White House strategist Steve Bannon participates in a press conference in the northern French city of Lille. Bannon will be in Roswell Wednesday. (AP File Photo)A key architect of President Donald Trump’s 2016 election victory will be in Roswell Wednesday for a sc
The CW's 'Roswell' Santa Fe Casting Call for Actresses
Casting directors are now casting actors, models, and talent to work on Wednesday, October 17th in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Leaked Video Shows Alleged Roswell Alien Transported By Military Personnel?
However, the military in a public statement told everyone that the object and the debris were from a weather balloon. But this didn’t put an end to the speculation, yes some were quick to buy the explanation while others suspected a cover-up was going on and that aliens did crash on earth.
Local teams wins exhibition in Hobbs 18-14
Devils L-R back row, Aceya Ortega, Gordo Espinoza, Coach Torres, Adrian Lucero, Jacob Doty, Sam Archuleta, Edgar Marquez, K’andre Island, Head Coach Mo Espinoza, Nick Heaty, Coach Dunlap, Gabe Anaya, Elijah Olguin, Malikah, Olguin, Paul Oatey
Belen Police Chief's past of misconduct comes to light on the heels of resignation
BELEN, N.M. (KRQE) - Belen's top cop, Scott Conner, has spoken with reporters over the past two years about some of Belen's criminal cases. However, KRQE News 13 has learned he doesn't exactly have a squeaky clean record himself.
Roswell mayor speaks out about re-naming of rec center
Now, Mayor Dennis Kintigh,in a candid chat with the Roswell Daily Record,says he would have voted to retain the name had there been a tie vote.
Man charged for burglary joins Most Wanted list
A man who faces a host of charges after breaking in to a former girlfriend’s apartment is the latest addition to the Roswell Police Department’s Most Wanted list.MontezBobbhay David Montez, 31, also known as Bobbhay Gabriel Montez or David Montoya, is wanted for allegedly breaking into his ex-girlfr
Locals respond to gubernatorial debate
The debate between Republican candidate and U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce and Democrat U.S. Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham, consisted of discussion of issues based on questions asked by New Mexicans in video clips gathered during town hall meetings this past September in Albuquerque, Española and Roswell.
$700 worth of art supplies stolen from local business
An officer was dispatched to a 4500 block North Main Street business at 11:16 a.m. Oct.9 in reference to a shoplifting. Rubber stamps, sterling silver, art supplies, paper crafts, jewelry and totes with an outstanding stolen value of $700 were reported stolen.
Character Counts! activities slated this week
Pioneer Bank President Christopher Palmer and Amy Davis, Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico director and Character Counts! of Chaves County board member, recently gathered with Mesa Middle School staff and students to promote the “Six Pillars of Good Character”: trustworthiness, respect, re
Wood County grand jury indicts New Mexico man on sex trafficking charges
Terry Gene Roark, of Artesia, NM, is charged with trafficking of persons. He was booked in jail on Saturday and is being held on a $300,000 bond.
Roswell’s only charter school considers expansion
Sidney Gutierrez Principal Joe Andreis, at top, and Governing Council President Bill Wolf, seen at a January 2017 council meeting. (Lisa Dunlap Photo)Members of the Sidney Gutierrez Middle School Governing Council, the city’s only consistently “A” rated school, are examining the possibility of expan
Drought has prompted federal payments to Chaves County
Caiti Steele with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Southwest Climate Hub, located on the New Mexico State University campus in Las Cruces, provided an overview of how a national group of 12 climatologists obtains information from U.S. States and territories and publishes the official U.S. Drought
Roswell man pleads guilty in federal court to unlawful possession of explosives
A Roswell man pled guilty Wednesday 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 benefit of a plea agreement, according to a press release from the office of the U.S. Attorne
Cavegirls fall to Roswell in four sets
The common theme of the Carlsbad Cavegirls volleyball season has been the team's tendency to fall apart in matches when a few points don't go Carlsbad's way. Following Thursday's four-set loss to Roswell, 25-19, 23-25, 25-12, 25-18, it's clear the Cavegirls still have work to do.
Kintigh gives view on airport issues, special events
Kintigh: Well, we’ve managed the airport for 50 years. Some people will claim that if we have an authority it’ll operate better, but the problem is, where’s the money going to come from? By that I mean, one of the little tidbits is that every water bill down at the old Walker Air Force (Base) in the
Men from New Mexico, Idaho killed in rollover in New Mexico
HOBBS, N.M. (AP) - New Mexico State Police say two men have been killed after a rollover accident west of Hobbs.They say the crash occurred around 7 a.m. Saturday and 29-year-old Andrew Beatty of Carlsbad, New Mexico, and 31-year-old Alan Knight of Rexburg, Idaho, were declared dead at the scene.Sta
Shannon plans to continue giving back
Charles Shannon has been a pharmacist for 45 years. Thirty-five of those years have been at Primm Drug where he has served Roswell alongside his wife Jana. (Submitted Photo)Charles Shannon is a community-minded man. Roswell has been his community of choice for 35 years now.“We moved to Roswell in 19
Winter blast moves across New Mexico
Currently, there is nothing major happening with the storm in the East Mountains, but light snow and gusty winds will reduce visibility and may cause problems for morning commuters.