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ENMU-R’s occupation safety program is one of the best around, but few people know about it Michael O’Berry, who teaches occupational safety at ENMU-Roswell, said...

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...

‘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...

Friends: End of the Trail

Searching for stories of friendship, part 6 By Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record Santana waited until the time was right for hunting bison in the plains,...

The seasons and how they change

Come said the leaves to the wind one day, Come o’er the meadows and we will play. Put on your dresses, scarlet and gold, For summer is...

Today’s World: Coping with COVID-19, part 3

Insights and ideas on how to deal with the 'new normal, living 6 feet apart and social distancing By Christina Stock Vision Editor Recently, we started a...

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...

pARTy After Hours: Swing into the ’40s

By Christina Stock Vision Editor The public is invited to spend the evening at the Roswell Museum and Art Center, 1011 N. Richardson Ave., for its...

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...

From Afar: Thirteen fantasy and science-fiction cookbooks for your holiday feasts

By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record This time of the year, my thoughts turn to big feasts and special dishes. Sadly there won’t be...

Looking Up: UFOs are definitely here, but why?

By Donald Burleson Special to the Daily Record Unidentified flying objects have long been seen in our skies. In terms of reliable eyewitness accounts, radar tracks...

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...

Historically Speaking: Prominent resident dogged by tragedy in early 1900s

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Following is an interesting article written by Dr. Elvis Fleming and published in the Roswell Daily Record on June...

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...

A story of friendship that began in Vietnam

By Jack Swickard Special to the Daily Record When my cellphone rang Sunday morning, my stomach felt like it dropped 3 feet. Tom Horan’s name was on...

Can you beat the clock?

Roswell Museum and Art Center’s Riddle Room unique concept By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Museum and Art Center’s (RMAC) Riddle Room is at first glance...

Historically Speaking: Piñons — a New Mexico tradition

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record What do you imagine with the onset of fall in New Mexico? For me, it is looking forward to...

Cowboy Hall of Famer Buff Douthitt was one of our own

We have some great visitors, researchers, authors and students who walk through our doors at the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico archives from...

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...

Looking Up: UFOs, viruses and a DNA mystery

By Donald Burleson Special to the Daily Record In February 1953, Cambridge University researchers James Watson and Francis Crick — aided by X-ray diffraction work done...

Historically Speaking: Thunder and lightning — part II

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record There are some things we don’t always think about when sharing the history of our area, unless you...

‘Step Right Up!’ to FUMC’s MAD Camp; Summer camp with music,...

MAD (Music, Art, Drama) Camp will begin on July 9 at First United Methodist Church, 200 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Michelle Olson will lead children...

Volunteers for the Marines

Toys for Tots program needs volunteers By Christina Stock Vision Editor The annual Toys for Tots event of the Marine Corps Reserve has been in the hands...

Historically Speaking: Roswell’s theaters of the past

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record What is it about longing for the things in the past that you miss? Growing up in Roswell,...

Spotlight: Purple Day, part I

Fundraising starts for the Royal Family KIDS of New Mexico Camp By Christina Stock Vision Editor The iconic purple signs will be going up on April 3...

Historically Speaking: Prohibition and bootlegging in Southeast New Mexico

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record To preface this week’s story about prohibition and bootlegging here in Southeast New Mexico, I would like to...

Friends: Teaching with food — becoming a cultural anthropologist, part 1

By Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record Studying cultural anthropology in Germany is not always an easy task — maybe that’s also true in the...

Historically Speaking: Flying saucers — alien or domestic? A follow-up

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record This is a follow up to my article published in the July 28 edition of the Roswell Daily Record. The...

Celebrate Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in historic...

The fourth annual Dia de Los Muertos celebration comes to the historic village of Lincoln on Oct. 28 with a full range of fun...

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...

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