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Remembering “The Roswell Way”; Newsletter published on June 15, 1921 shows...

The Roswell Chamber of Commerce of old, used a slogan called “The Roswell Way” to describe life in Roswell and to entice people and...

Our great military leaders in Roswell; John J. “Black Jack” Pershing...

Southeastern New Mexico has a claim to so many “greats” and connections between those greats, it is amazing. Many of you may know that...

It’s time to power lunch; Join Thursday’s event and get motivated...

Do you ever sit at your desk and just stare off into space, maybe feeling a little overwhelmed with your to-do list, with all...

‘Walk A Mile’ in celebrities’ shoes; New exhibit showcases footwear of...

HOBBS –– There is an old saying, attributed to the Cherokee tribe: “Don’t judge a man until you have walked a mile in his...

Born to shake the world with sound; Jeffrey Foucault will perform...

Jeffrey Foucault, one of the finest songwriters of his generation, is stopping in town as part of his tour of the Southwest. Foucault has taken,...

There’s a Lost River near Roswell; This article theorizes there may...

How many of you know that there was/is a place called Lost River out by Bitter Lake? Quoting from Georgia Redfield in 1947, “Lost River...

Good times at the old Berrendo school; In an old Vision...

Clarence Adams was always one of my favorite local history story tellers and writers. He talked about his times growing up in this area...

Coming together for music, youth; Local artists join together to perform...

There is not a lot to do for older teenagers or young adults in Roswell. It is worse for young people if they come...

Carnegie Library soon to be reincarnated; Local Realtor and architect announce...

Not long ago,  Sherlea Taylor, a local Realtor, said a friend told her the only thing “historic” about the old Carnegie Library was the...

‘Uncle Kit’ Carson? Two Braids? Tommy Springfield? Who was he —...

On Jan. 15, 2017, the Roswell Daily Record ran an article in Historically Speaking about “Uncle Kit” Carson, a colorful figure around Roswell for...

Santa Fe Opera performs here for winter tour

During the holiday season, the artists of the Santa Fe Opera perform in local churches and auditoriums around the state. The Santa Fe Opera winter tour...

Did ‘Frenchy,’ the Dog Canyon cattleman, build the ‘Miracle Staircase’ in...

Two weeks ago, on June 24, I wrote a story about the life and times of “Frenchy” Rochas. Frenchy was one of the early...

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...

Traditions reimagined

Stitching together the Hondo River Barn Quilt Trail By Alison Penn Roswell Daily Record A new community development project called the Hondo River Barn Quilt Trail is...

That’s how you dance

Así se Baila Ballet Folklorico to have its first recital By Christina Stock Vision Editor The newly formed Así se Baila Ballet Folklorico’s young students will show...

Film: ‘Enso’

New Pilot for TV series to be filmed in Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor The team behind the making of the sci-fi action TV series pilot...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Always good recipes and only good books: Curry sauce and a spy thriller By Christina Stock Vision Editor Usually, I read a book and based on this...

Spotlight: Science and Chalk

Second annual Roswell Science and Art Festival brings in science star By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Museum and Art Center is presenting the second annual...

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...

Spotlight: A nomad in a quiet place — SV Randall

Roswell Artist-in-Residence SV Randall's exhibit, As Pair Legged, to open By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Artist-in-Residence (RAiR) SV Randall’s exhibit, As Pair Legged, opens at the...

Historically Speaking: A prisoner’s view of the Orchard Park POW Camp,...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record I have written about Orchard Park prisoner of war camp — which was a few miles south of Roswell...

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...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Kohlrabi casserole and award-winning author Bruce Wilson By Christina Stock Vision Editor It is funny how a scent or a taste can bring back childhood memories. Those memories...

Historically Speaking: Geological and historic secrets of the region

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record We have so many treasures in our archives, things like old letters and correspondences, pictures, diaries, manuscripts, notes,...

‘Cowgirls and Indians’ gets international attention

Local film is gathering awards and attention at film festivals By Christina Stock Vision Editor The newest Kate Davis feature-length film, “Cowgirls and Indians,” was supposed to...

Walk to End Alzheimer’s slated for Oct. 14

He was a “crossover artist” decades before anybody knew what the word “crossover” meant in regard to music. Glen Campbell, the singer-guitarist who in the...

pARTy After Hours ’80s style on Friday

The Roswell Museum and Art Center, 100 W. 11th St., invites the public to celebrate its second annual pARTy After Hours from 6 to...

RSO, Ocotillo both end seasons with pianists

Lovers of piano music can hear live performances by two renowned pianists four days apart as the Roswell Symphony Orchestra and Artesia Arts Council finish...

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