In Memory of Our Fallen Hero Jeff Stroble

In Memory of Our Fallen Hero Jeff Stroble

Jeff Stroble saved numerous lives in the years he worked at the Roswell Fire Department. It’s what he signed up to do, and he took it to heart. The thing that took his life was a senseless tragedy that will forever leave his loved-ones grieving. But all who knew him...
Teaching to Learn

Teaching to Learn

Donald O’Connor is a patrol sergeant for the Roswell Police department. At the time of this interview he was their training officer. We found his perspective so inspiring that we decided to keep the story. O’Connor, on the right, teaching cub-scouts about the...
Making a Difference

Making a Difference

When someone stops a policeman on the street and thanks him for arresting them, the officer knows they’ve been doing the job for the right reasons. Over the years, Kim Northcutt has had people stop him in the store and thank him for arresting them. He had changed...
Feeding Roswell for Almost a Century

Feeding Roswell for Almost a Century

The Graves family lives on the farm they settled almost 100 years ago. For 35 years they’ve grown and sold green chile in Roswell. Andrew Graves currently runs the farm, along with his family. He and his brothers are the fourth generation to run this family farm....
They Do More Than Teach

They Do More Than Teach

First responders understand the importance of building strong relationships. Community outreach is part of their work. Jesse Davis is the Director of the EMS/Paramedic program at ENMU-Roswell. Stacie Nason, Justin Powell, and Rodney Ray teach three levels of this...