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The shooting that took place Tuesday morning at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell has certainly rattled many people’s sense of comfort, raising the simple question, “Why?” As shootings and other acts of violence take place across the nation and globe, it is easy to think something “like that” could never happen in one’s own city or community; yet unfortunately, it can.

Parents and other members of the community want answers, and they want to know their own children are being looked after and protected while on school grounds. Artesia Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Crit Caton wants everyone in Artesia to rest assured “there is a plan.” … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.


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