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In the late '70s, the city of Roswell, New Mexico, became synonymous with government cover-ups and alien landings, despite the fact that the alleged UFO crash site of 1947 happened about 75 miles away from Roswell. Recently, the city has embraced its history with an alleged UFO incident, and tourists have been sought out to explore their curiosities. The government still claims that the object was part of a surveillance balloon. Other little known facts include that Roswell is home to actress Demi Moore and LPGA golfer Nancy Lopez.

Population: 48366
Local Newspapers: Roswell Daily Record
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: New Mexico Military Institute Eastern New Mexico University - Roswell

Zip Codes associated with roswell, new mexico: 88201 88202 88203
Towns/Cities near roswell, new mexico : Ruidoso Artesia Carlsbad Clovis Portales Hobbs Alamogordo

Roswell News
USAF colonel discusses the 'British Roswell'

Latter's film details the Rendlesham Forest incident in which two US army men might have interacted with a UFO in Suffolk, England Video shows Halt saying one of the men 'may have been abducted' and admitting that both men were 'unaccounted for hours' The incident in December 1980 has been deemed the 'British Roswell' after an alleged UFO sighting in Roswell, New Mexico Retired USAF Colonel Charles Halt is shown on video admitting that two men involved in the Rendlesham Forest incident in Suffolk, England were 'unaccounted for hours' A U.S. Air Force colonel was recorded saying the believes two men involved in the Rendlesham Forest incident - considered the 'British Roswell' - where perhaps abducted by aliens.

Santa Fe bids farewell to ski Hall of Famer

Kinsgbury Pitcher, a New Mexico Ski Hall of Fame inductee who helped expand and promote Ski Santa Fe for some 20 years, died at his home in Santa Fe on Dec. 29, 2017. "He went for his morning nap and slipped away, which is all you could hope for somebody who was 98-and-a-half years old," said his daughter, Noel Alexander.

Hidden History: Pioneering family established working town in New Mexico

It was the Homestead Act of 1882 which afforded African Americans the chance to expand out west and develop hundreds of acres of land, but in 1901 it was the determination of Frank and Ella Boyer which turned that land into the town of Blackdom, New Mexico. "Blackdom represents a bold step towards challenging and eliminating the oppressive forces that existed facing African American people, but every bold step towards freedom and resistance creates a bold step to resist that," says UNM Director of Africana Studies Charles Becknell Jr. Out to 24 square miles in size at its peak, Blackdom was situated in Chaves County, eight miles west of Dexter and 18 miles south of Roswell.

Chrisa Friday Evening Forecast

A couple of cold fronts will bring the shot of some cool air to portions of eastern New Mexico for Saturday and then again on Monday. The cold fronts are dry and they are not even going to pack much wind.

Major renovations underway at Roswell zoo

There's a major renovation underway at the Spring River Park and Zoo in Roswell. It's been underfire from PETA claiming mistreatment of animals.

Sky guyMayfair native Tom Carey has dedicated decades to researching...

Reaching for the stars : Mayfair native Tom Carey, in his 70s, has published four books about the Roswell UFO incident. He is prepared to release his fifth book, Roswell: The Chronological Pictorial , which supplies a timeline and photos of the event, in the near future.

Severe flu season hits New Mexico

The flu is spreading across New Mexico, fast. The Department of Health says the numbers are already double what they were this time last year and the state hasn't even reached the peak month for flu season.

Popular Roswell trail to temporarily close for repairs

Portions of the Spring River Trail that runs through Enchanted Lands Park will be closed Wednesday and Thursday to allow crews to repair cracks in the asphalt. Another portion at the east end of the trail will be closed Friday and Tuesday.

UFOs are Real & They're Here

In 1947 a UFO crashed near Roswell, New Mexico. The modern age of UFO reports and denials began.

Dozens of cotton bales go up in flames; sheriff believes it was arson

Dozens of cotton bales were torched and the family says this wasn't the only incident to happen on their land in the last few weeks. It was around 9 p.m. on Wednesday when Ronald Norris received a call no one ever wants to get.

Missing Roswell woman found dead near Hagerman

According to the New Mexico State Police, 80-year-old Leotta Talbert's body was found a few feet from her vehicle along the Pecos River at about 12:30 p.m. Talbert's body has been transported to the Office of the Medical Investigator in Albuquerque and no cause of death has yet been determined. The New Mexico Department Game and Fish were completing an aerial survey Thursday when Talbert's vehicle was discovered in the rural area near the Pecos River.

Lapel video shows arrest of man who caused emergency Sunport landing

A man's behavior forced an airplane to make an emergency landing in Albuquerque and new video shows the fight the man picked with officers as they tried to arrest him. Fifty-five year old Robert Tomblin's August 2017 flight ended on an Albuquerque tarmac with Tomblin being carried off the plane and stuffed into the back of an police car.

Hangar expected to become aviation repair hub receives $800K grant

A southeast New Mexico city is trying to become a national player in something outside the oil and gas industry. Roswell wants to be the place airlines go to fix up their planes.

DAR donates toward repair of ceiling in chapel at Fort Stantona

New Mexico State Regent of Daughters of the American Revolution in 2015, part of her responsibility was to undertakes a "project" to be accomplished during her two-year term. Fortunately, for Fort Stanton Historic Site, Canon decided to focus her effort on the 1855 complex.

UFO Watch: 8 Times the Government Looked for Flying Saucers

Many accounts of UFOs in the United States describe something called the Roswell incident . Local accounts of a "flying saucer" landing near Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947 led to many alien conspiracy theories, but the U.S. Air Force denied an E.T. connection.

Legislaturea s delay could cost traveling nurses their jobs

In the beginning of October, a New Mexico school nurse sounded the alarm. Using social media, she alerted thousands of other nurses their jobs could be at risk because of the New Mexico State Legislature's failure to act.

Man pleads guilty to intimidating attendants on Phoenix flight rerouted to ABQ

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. An Arizona man is expected to head to jail after his alleged belligerent behavior on a Phoenix-bound flight led to the plane being rerouted to the Albuquerque Sunport. Officials say 55-year-old Robert Tomblin "appeared to be intoxicated" to crew members on the August flight.

UFO Watch: 8 Times the Government Looked for Flying Saucers

Many accounts of UFOs in the United States describe something called the Roswell incident . Local accounts of a "flying saucer" landing near Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947 led to many alien conspiracy theories, but the U.S. Air Force denied an E.T. connection.

Roswell woman found dead; police treating it as suspicious

Police are investigating a suspicious death after finding the remains of a 39-year-old woman along a Roswell road. A cause of death has not yet been determined for the woman, identified as Marlena Guzman.

The Roswell Incident

The events of July 1947 forever changed Roswell, New Mexico. The city, once a sleepy pit stop for cowboys driving cattle, has become synonymous with UFOs and extraterrestrials.

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