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The Flying J Wranglers’ White Mountain Christmas tour kicks off

The iconic Western band is returning to Artesia and Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor Flying J Wranglers’ Christmas tour has been an anticipated tradition in Artesia and...

A New Mexico Christmas

The Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico is having its annual Christmas Open House Extravaganza By Christina Stock Vision Editor One of the most charming holiday traditions...

Historically Speaking: The story of Refugia Ortiz Leal-Baca-Uderos

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record This week I would like to share a story which includes family history and genealogy, but is rich in...

Spotlight: The story of a symphony, part I

The Christmas Concert will be the Roswell Symphony Orchestra's highlight of its 60th season By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Symphony Orchestra unites musicians from far...

Comfort food an books for comfort

Thanksgiving, turkeys and memories of harvest times long gone By Christina Stock Vision Editor The unofficial holiday season kicks off in the U.S. with preparations for this...

Artist to Watch: The multi-instrumental Ila Perry — Nova Rush

By Christina Stock Vision Editor Anyone who has visited one of the local festivals, fairs or gone to local restaurants that offer live entertainment might have enjoyed the...

From the Vault: Ho Baron

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Roswell Museum and Art Center A couple of weeks ago, I drove to El Paso with two of my colleagues...

Historically Speaking: Thanksgiving, and being thankful

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record It’s hard to believe, this year has gone by so fast and we’ve rolled around to the holidays again....

Spotlight: Toys for Tots

Making sure kids have a 'toyful' Christmas The Marines are ready to help Santa with their Toys for Tots program By Christina Stock Vision Editor There will be...

HeART of Winter

Berrendo Middle School's winter art show celebrates its fifth year By Christina Stock Vision Editor The fifth annual HeART of Winter Language Arts Extravaganza takes place at...

Art: A haunting bridge into nature

Roswell Artist-in-Residence Cedra Wood's exhibit opens By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Artist-in-Residence Cedra Wood’s exhibit, “The Water Waxes Deeper Still,” opens at the Roswell Museum and...

Holly-Day Magic

The holiday art fair and fundraiser returns to Eastern New Mexico State fairgrounds By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 38th annual Holly-Day Magic fair and fundraiser takes...

Historically Speaking: Stagecoaches, our early transportation

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Have you ever wondered about stagecoaches in our state? Have you ever wondered about stagecoaches in our city? For...

Spotlight: A Winter Wonderland

The CASA Winter Wonderland auction will benefit disadvantaged local children By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 17th annual Winter Wonderland auction, benefiting children that are served by...

Christmas Wishes — Mistletoe Kisses

Chaves County Extension Clubs present their Christmas Showcase By Christina Stock Vision Editor This year’s Chaves County Extension Clubs Christmas Showcase has the theme Christmas Wishes —...

Music: ‘Classical Drinking’

Jim Shearer performs with the La Catrina Quartet By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Symphony Orchestra tuba player, Jim Shearer, is joined by Las Cruces-based string quartet,...

History: Early inhabitants of the Pecos Valley area

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Who knew there was a settlement in this part of the state before Roswell? Along with that, who knew...

Spotlight: Nothing odd about this couple

Roswell Community Little Theatre presents 'The Odd Couple,' female version By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Community Little Theatre, 1717 S. Union Ave., is bringing Neil...

History: Killing Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid in print

By John LeMay historian Recently I reviewed a new Billy the Kid book from author David Turk. Today, I would like to review not only one,...

Music: The Sons of the Pioneers

Iconic Western band to perform in Artesia By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Sons of the Pioneers will perform at Artesia’s Ocotillo Performing Arts Center, 310 W....

Historically Speaking: Huntin’ season, cowboys and ole educated deer

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Growing up in Roswell this time of year in November was always known as huntin’ season. Back in...

Spotlight: Heritage Dinner

The Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico is celebrating the dairy industry of Chaves County By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico...

‘Chicago’ — murder and all that jazz

Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre brings a new style of theater to Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre Company’s production of the musical “Chicago”...

A creative harvest

The 38th Pecos Valley Potters Guild Arts and Crafts show offers a wide variety of art By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 38th annual Pecos Valley Potters...

From the Vault: Line in the Sand, part 2

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Roswell Museum and Art Center In last month’s column, I told the story of how the United States took control over...

Historically Speaking: The mystery at the library

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Several weeks ago, I received an email from a lady — she wants to stay anonymous, she said —...

Spotlight: Zane Runyan wins first ‘Ultimate Cowboy Showdown’

Former Roswell firefighter wins big on reality TV show By Christina Stock Vision Editor Zane Runyan is a modern day cowboy who grew up on his father’s...

A better community

An insight into the civic clubs — part 1: Altrusa By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we start a new series introducing our local clubs and organizations....

Young Artist to Watch: Maya Campuzano

By Christina Stock Vision Editor Usually, teachers approach me with their suggestions about a student that they see fit for the column “Young Artist to Watch,”...

Friends: The other side of war

Searching for stories of friendship By Dr. Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record Reading about the Apaches who resided in the Southwest of the U.S. can be...

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