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‘Hillbilly Scientists’ bring explosive entertainment

The Hillbilly Scientists to perform at Artesia's Ocotillo Performing Arts Center By Christina Stock Vision Editor Gone are the days of children falling asleep when they hear...

Anatomy of an avian collision

Ka-WHAAANNG! Except that what I heard was a double “ka-whang.” Looking up quickly from my desk, I saw nothing. Hurrying to the south picture window, I...

‘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...

See ‘Beauty and the Beast’ come to life

Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre Company invites the public to “be our guest” with its production of the Academy Award-winning film coming to stage at...

‘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...

Roswell Chamber of Commerce anticipates even more success in new year

Did you know that according to research studies, up to 88 percent of consumers are more likely to purchase goods and services from a...

Comfort Food and Books for comfort: Amazon stew and the adventure...

By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, I have a new recipe for you that is directly pulled out of the pages of a book that I reviewed. “Before...

Football above all else; Roswell’s enthusiasm for football began decades before...

Baseball was definitely America’s favorite pastime in the first half of the 20th century. Boxing ranked second. And if you’ve seen the comedy movie...

The many lives of Jeorganna Simoes

Not every artist's career takes off after graduation. By Christina Stock Vision Editor If you have been at a performance of the Roswell Community Little Theatre or...

Soprano to perform at ENMU on March 8

Eastern New Mexico University will host “An Evening of Global Music with Soprano Lily Zhang” in Buchanan Hall in the Music Building on the...

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...

New Mexico coal-mining village once recognized as ‘city of lights’

Imagine, if you will, a dark, tiny coal-mining village in the mountains during the 1920s and ‘30s, far away from city lights. During part of...

Sheriff of Eddy County kidnapped by infamous Bonnie and Clyde; Notorious...

Southeastern New Mexico has a connection to the legendary outlaws Bonnie and Clyde when they were in their heyday of robbing and killing. Bonnie...

Roller derby rocks in Roswell

By day they walk among us, working respectable jobs and raising families. But not unlike the fictional characters Clark Kent, who can transform into Superman,...

Volunteers help make hospital viable

Some hospitals will advertise on TV about their specialists and surgeons, but if you ask Warren Yehl, the new CEO of Eastern New Mexico...

Storyteller, wildlife educator Suzi Wolf brings talents to Roswell

Renowned storyteller and wildlife educator Susi Wolf will bring her unique talents to Roswell on Oct. 1. Her program, titled “Storytelling: Animal Tales and the...

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...

Pianist Carl Sonny Leyland to perform April 29

Welcome to Jazz About Town! Monthly installments will be covering a wide variety of jazz related topics. We plan to keep you informed about...

Yet another ‘recipe’ for green chile; Las Cruces man developing a...

Lee M. Rush of Las Cruces has turned his love for New Mexico chile into a new vocation. A lineman specializing in high-energy, high-voltage power...

‘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...

Merced, Francisca González family to be honored at Heritage Dinner

From their humble roots as Mexican immigrants working in the fields around Roswell, in 65 years the González family has grown to around 60...

A step out of the real world; Little-known ‘princess and the...

The Roswell Community Little Theatre presents the musical comedy “Once Upon A Mattress” under guidance of RCLT’s director Lynetta Zuber, who is in charge...

Roswell’s musical ladies

Our little town “west of the Pecos” has produced so much national and international talent — whether it be sports stars, scientists, actors, musicians,...

A much-needed bird sanctuary grows in Roswell

One of Roswell’s best-kept secrets is the J. Kenneth Smith Bird Sanctuary and Nature Center located at the west end of town at 401...

Southern ambassadors of classic rock; One of the first Southern rock...

Very few bands have influenced an entire generation with their style and stayed as relevant to rock and country music as The Marshall Tucker...

Poverty, penance and prayer: A life devoted to God

Hard labor. Long hours. No pay. Constant debt. A job ad with the above headline would probably not get a single applicant, unless it happened...

‘Enchanted Adventures’ photo contest at New Mexico State Parks; New Mexico...

SANTA FE — “Enchanted Adventures at New Mexico State Parks” is a special category in this year’s New Mexico Magazine 17th Annual Photo Contest....

VISION Awards 2018

Vision Awards 2018 By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Vision Awards 2018 started in the Sunday edition, Dec. 30, for the category Theater. Next week, you the...

Roswell native and professional musician dedicates new song to military

Though she lives in Los Angeles to be close to the action in the music industry, singer and keyboardist Kristine Mirelle has not forgotten...

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