Living historians to occupy Fort Stanton
The historic flag snaps in the breeze as the Living Historians of the Fort Stanton Garrison transport visitors back to 1858 at Fort Stanton Historic Site this weekend, beginning today and running through Sunday.
Police stories for May 7
Ruidoso Patrol Officer Joseph Bailey observed a vehicle traveling 10 miles an hour over the posted speed limit at 11:32 p.m. April 20 on Grindstone Drive.
REDLANDS: University to show documentary
This photo shows some of the thousands of Navajo and Mescalero driven from their homelands in northwestern and southern New Mexico and forced to walk to the Bosque Redondo reservation at Fort Sumner, N.M., more than 140 years ago.
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State Police investigating officer involved shooting in Tularosa
Tularosa Police Department officers, along with Otero County Sheriff Deputies, were involved in an altercation with a man near the intersection of 1st Street and Mescalero.
Police stories April 30
Ruidoso Police officers Curtis Rogers and Sgt. Lawrence Chavez responded to a report of a domestic incident in the 200 block of Fourth Street at 1:24 a.m. April 9. The victim reported she was in the bedroom asleep when Charles Malfitano, 56, came home from watching a basketball game at a local restaurant.
Mescalero eyes Forest Service land
Top officials with the Mescalero Apache Tribe are talking with U.S. Forest Service representatives and members of the area's congressional delegation about acquiring 868 federal acres to bring the remainder of Ski Apache into their reservation.