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A journey of 2,000 miles in 1922 meant danger, hardship and...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Lowell Hughes, a 99-year-old World War II veteran, and a friend to all of us at the Historical...

A comedy of mishaps

The Roswell Little Theatre presents mayhem in form of "The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society Production of 'A Christmas Carol'" By Christina...

‘Wrong Turn To Roswell’

Episode 13: And ... Here comes Day 2 ... By S.E. Smith The children’s story, “Wrong Turn to Roswell,” by USA Today and The New York...

Join the Marines

Toys for Tots kicks off the season, bringing joy to the hearts of kids By Christina Stock Vision Editor Do you want to join the Marine Corps?...

A musical Christmas

Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico to host open house extravaganza By Christina Stock Vision Editor Generations of families have been part of the Historical Society for...

Comfort Food and books for comfort

Pasta sauces and a saucy crime story By Christina Stock Vision Editor There might be one comfort food that crosses all borders, all cultures and all time:...

A sheriff without a gun — memoirs of a sheriff’s wife

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record We have many interesting stories in our archives, including memoirs and historical documents. Some are just too good,...

Dreaming of a farmhouse Christmas

NMSU Chaves County Extension Clubs are hosting Christmas showcase By Christina Stock Vision Editor The New Mexico State University Chaves County Extension Clubs invite the public to...

Where there’s rain, there’s laughter

Last Friday’s premier of Way Way Off Broadway Theatre Company’s production of the classic musical “Singin’ in the Rain” played in front of true...

Goulash isn’t Goulasch is not Gulás and a new anthology with...

Comfort food and books for comfort By Christina Stock Vision Editor Two Sundays ago, we introduced you to the favorite Austrian pancakes “Kaiserschmarrn” and Empress Sisi, who...

Captain Joseph Calloway Lea and the rest of the story, part...

Historically Speaking By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record The article by James T. Padgitt, West Texas Historical Association Year Book, October, 1959, continues from the...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Hawaiian Toast — A fast and easy snack before the kids go trick or treating — and a new haunted New Mexico book By Christina...

‘Singin’ in the Rain’

Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre presents iconic musical By Christina Stock Vision Editor Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre presents “Singin’ in the Rain.” The musical is rated PG and...

‘Wrong Turn to Roswell’

Episode 12: Let Them In ... By S.E. Smith The children’s story, “Wrong Turn to Roswell,” by USA Today and The New York Times bestselling author...

Dia De Muertos

Historic Lincoln celebrates history and those who came before By Christina Stock Vision Editor The fifth annual Dia de Muertos celebration takes place throughout the Village of...

Music is in the air

US Air Force Concert Band and Singing Sergeants to perform By Christina Stock Vision Editor On Oct. 18 at 7:30 p.m. an elite group is having a...

Champions of Jazz

The 13th annual Roswell Jazz Festival brings in new faces and fan-favorites By Christina Stock Vision Editor This year’s 13th annual Roswell Jazz Festival takes place at...

Historically Speaking: These were the days

Looking back to a time of innocence when Roswell was booming. By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record In anticipation of my upcoming high school reunion...

Pumpkins and the best jerky in town

Watch out jerky fans — this year’s St. Mark’s Pumpkin Patch event includes the first Best Jerky in Roswell Contest By Christina Stock Vision Editor The annual...

Big Daddy Weave returns

The Christian band Big Daddy Weave performs in Roswell for the fourth time By Christina Stock Vision Editor The band Big Daddy Weave, featuring Brandon Heath, stops...

E Pluribus Unum: New Mexico Southeast

A traveling photo portrait studio and exhibition arrives in Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor In 2012, the Axle Contemporary team of Jerry Wellman and Matthew Chase-Daniel...

‘Wrong Turn to Roswell’

Episode 11 By S.E. Smith The children’s story, “Wrong Turn to Roswell,” by S.E. Smith started with episode 1 and 2 in the Vision Magazine, published...

Fall is in the air — The 2018 Chile Cheese Festival...

When locals say, “Fall is in the air,” it means something completely different than anywhere else in the country. It means the air is...

Competitors flock to Oilfield Olympic Games

The Oilfield Olympic Games at Artesia’s Eagle Draw kicked off the annual Red Dirt Black Gold Festival in Artesia last Saturday morning. There were five teams...

Red Dirt Black Gold Festival

This year’s Red Dirt Black Gold Festival takes place on Aug. 25, starting at Artesia’s Eagle Draw with the fourth annual Oilfield Olympics and...

From South Fork to Lincoln

Its history, present appearance and beautiful location The following article was in the “Rio Grande Republican” (Las Cruces, New Mexico). It is dated 15 March, 1884, Sat.,...

González family shows its talents

Photo displays from years gone by, children running around tables, colorful displays of sunflowers, memories of loved ones who have passed on, a video...

Littlefield’s legacy still felt in Texas, NM

George Washington Littlefield (June 21, 1842 – November 10, 1920) was a Confederate Army officer, cattleman, banker, and regent of the University of Texas....

For the love of tractors

Antique tractor collector Jerry Frazier said that old tractors were the “rocket science of their time.” A good example is the 1934 McCormick-Deering that was...

Creature comforts in the Land of Enchantment

Editor's note: This story has been changed to correct several errors. Retired zoologist and museum curator Ray Pawley likes having an office with a view. His...

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