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Spotlight: A love letter to Roswell

New podcast by Kyle Bullock features Roswell family mysteries The first episode of the podcast, “Crashed in Roswell: Survivors in a Misunderstood City,” was released...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Turkey's delicacies and authors Paul Meyer and Carlos Meyer By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, I want to take you on a trip to a country and a...

Oldest club meets on Zoom

The members of the Roswell Woman's Club hold virtual meeting By Christina Stock Vision Editor At noon on May 13, the oldest civic club in town, the...

Today’s World: Coping with COVID-19, part 3

Insights and ideas on how to deal with the 'new normal, living 6 feet apart and social distancing By Christina Stock Vision Editor Recently, we started a...

From Afar: Sci-fi romance books with mothers as heroines

By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record When I think of the month of May, I invariably think of mothers and flowers. Not necessarily linked, although...

Strange history from Roswell and beyond

Ice Age creatures By John LeMay Author and historian Of all the ice age creatures, the mammoth is easily the best known. It was slightly larger —...

Historically Speaking: ‘Mon Jeau, By Joe!’

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Who doesn’t love a picnic in our beautiful mountains west of town? Growing up in Roswell, that was one...

Spotlight: Help in traumatic times

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeastern New Mexico continues supporting their 'Littles' By Christina Stock Vision Editor The children, called Littles, under the care of the Big...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Strawberries — sweet treats for Mother's Day and author Larada Horner-Miller Strawberries — saying, or in this case, writing the word and I can almost...

Coping with COVID-19, part 2

Insights and ideas on how to deal with the 'new normal,' living 6 feet apart and social distancing By Christina Stock Vision editor Last Sunday, we started...

From the Vault: RMAC during the pandemic

The Roswell Museum and Art Center during the pandemic By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Roswell Museum and Art...

Historically Speaking: Carrie Nation

Carrie Nation, the town of 'Hinkle,' Lake Arthur and the Anti-Saloon League By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record I have previously written an article about James...

Spotlight: Julia Cozby — from Tularosa into the world

Singer and songwriter Julia Cozby gains international fame on YouTube By Christina Stock Vision Editor COVID-19 social distancing restrictions forced musicians worldwide into the different branches of...

Art: Let’s dance — NDI New Mexico to host virtual gala

Submitted The students of the National Dance Institute of New Mexico present for the first time their annual gala as a virtual online experience on...

Comfort food and books for comfort

The world of Potato Salad and author Jes Marquez By Christina Stock Vision Editor In the French and in German-speaking parts of Europe, the potato is called Apple...

Music: ‘Artificial Happiness’

El Paso Texas-based folk/punk rockers Emily Davis and the Murder Police release new single Submitted Emily Davis and the Murder Police (EDMP), the iconic Southwest-U.S.-based folk-punk...

Nature: Truth versus fake truth in the zoo

By Ray Pawley Special to the Daily Record On Saturday, July 20, 1963, a few months into my new job as zoologist at one of the...

Friends: In the land of plenty, part 2

Getting recipes from the North By Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record During the months while I was writing the layout for the cookbook, it was obvious...

Historically Speaking: ‘The Part Of The World I Love Best’

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record The Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico Archives contains a treasure trove of books, documents, pictures, memories, newspapers,...

Spotlight: Coping with COVID-19, part 1

Insights and ideas on how to deal with the 'new normal,' living 6 feet apart and social distancing By Christina Stock Vision Editor No matter who you...

Comfort Food and Books for Comfort

German farmers stew and Carlsbad native author M.E. Smith By Christina Stock Vision Editor How far can you think back? First memories — if you are lucky...

Nature: Rethinking our zoos: The ‘Zoo Beyond’ concept — part 5

By Ray Pawley Special to the Daily Record Following a decade of employment and consulting in the private sector — including owning a zoo — Ray...

From the Vault: Landscape photography and a video tour of RAiR...

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Roswell Museum and Art Center The term “landscape photography” might bring to mind crisp and colorful images of epic...

Looking Up: UFOs, viruses and a DNA mystery

By Donald Burleson Special to the Daily Record In February 1953, Cambridge University researchers James Watson and Francis Crick — aided by X-ray diffraction work done...

Historically Speaking: Fort Stanton and its people

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record The following story is based on my research from previous articles in the Roswell Daily Record, June 11,...

Spotlight: ‘Close to Closure’ — Alexandra Fresquez

Roswell native Alexandra Fresquez rejuvenates pop music genre By Christina Stock Vision Editor Originally from Roswell, Alexandra Fresquez’s biography says that her passion has always been singing....

Comfort Food and Books for Comfort

A recipe from the past and Maida Tilchen's books By Christina Stock Vision Editor It was last year, when my mother Silvia flew in from Germany. She had...

Training for Life

Riding the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail — the story of Timothy Oracion, part 3 By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we continue Timothy Oracion’s adventure on the TransAmerica...

From Afar: The month of Titanic

By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record April to me is the month of Titanic, the luxury cruise ship which hit an iceberg on April 14,...

Strange History from Roswell and Beyond

Attack of the lizard men By John LeMay Author and historian In June of 1988, Lee County, South Carolina, briefly became what could be called “Roswell famous”...

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