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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...

Our greatest invertebrate threat — the mosquito

Hummm — swat — slap. Did you get her? Slapping at that tiny vampire (with this newspaper that you are now reading) is the...

‘When The Party Is Over’ Christian Outreach Ministries of Roswell

There is nothing more heartbreaking than having lost a loved one, a child or a friend to addiction. Lost as in lost due to...

Billy the Kid Days in song, story, dance proves great success;...

An article in the Roswell Daily Record dated Feb. 27, 1931, tells of a performance hosted by the Chaves County Historical Society, with at...

Leadership Roswell now accepting applications for 36th class

Leadership Roswell is a Roswell Chamber of Commerce program designed to take current and future leaders to develop and equip them to be more...

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...

Wrong turn to Roswell, Episode 16: A New Life in Roswell...

The children’s story “Wrong Turn to Roswell” by USA Today and The New York Times bestselling author S.E. Smith started with episode 1 and...

Royal Family KIDS of New Mexico, part II

The Purple Day kickstarted campaign to help abused children By Christina Stock Vision Editor On April 3, the community came together to kickstart the fundraising campaign for...

Spotlight: ‘Til Beth Do Us Part’

Roswell Community Little Theatre brings a raucous farce about romance and revenge to stage. Performances of the comedy, “Til Beth Do Us Part,” will...

Historically Speaking: ‘Uncle’ Ash Upson — a follow-up

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record As a follow-up to last week’s article on Ash Upson, I could not resist sharing more of his letters,...

Tall and small — all God’s creatures welcome

Blessing of the Animals takes place at St. Andrews Episcopal Church By Christina Stock Vision Editor At the Blessings of the Animals at St. Andrews Episcopal Church,...

Successful Texas rancher, businessman, repeats his success in Roswell; One of...

Following is the little-known story of Solon Bolen (S.B.) Owens, who after making his mark in Texas decided to buy land near Roswell and...

Five centuries of reform; Christians across the globe to commemorate 500th...

It happens every year on the last Sunday of October and is quietly commemorated by Lutheran churches all over the world. It's called Reformation Sunday. To Lutherans,...

Not playing small in a big world; ENMU-R alum Amy Saz...

It was only 3 ½ years ago when Roswell resident Amy Saz graduated with honors from ENMU-Roswell. Holding an associate’s degree from the local community...

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...

Meet Roswell’s Generation Z

HeART of Winter Arts and Language Arts Extravaganza shows the talent of Roswell's children By Christina Stock Vision Editor The public is invited to the annual HeART...

Music: Anchors Aweigh

The US Navy concert Band to perform By Christina Stock Vision Editor The United States Navy Concert Band will perform on March 7 at 7 p.m. in...

‘Southern Fried Funeral’

Roswell Community Little Theatre brings a big-hearted family comedy to the stage By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Community Little Theatre, 1717 S. Union Ave., under guidance...

Spotlight: Roswell’s mystery

John Mark Tucker to present new mystery book By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Public Library, 301 N Pennsylvania Ave, presents John Mark Tucker, author of...

Historically Speaking: A church built out of powder cans

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Recently I came across an article I thought was so interesting I had to share. Just a small bit...

‘Booze plane’ caught in Roswell in the 20s; An excerpt from...

It was November of 1927. Cuba took the lead in the world’s sugar interests, the U.S. president was Calvin Coolidge; “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” directed...

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