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A splendid hotel in a rough-hewn Old West town

Roswell Hotel protected its guests from ‘vices and allurements’ such as tobacco and card playing Have you ever looked at an old picture and wondered what...

Young artist to watch — Visual artist Tamara Sanchez

Tamara Sanchez is an eighth grader at Berrendo Middle School. Tamara won the Scholastic Art Competition Gold Key, two Silver Keys and an honorable...

Historically Speaking: Uncle Rufe Dunnahoo talks about Roswell — a town...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Rufus H. Dunnahoo was my husband’s great-great-grandfather. He was the town’s first blacksmith, and came here with the...

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

The 36th annual Christmas Fantasy Arts & Crafts Fair finds new home at the Roswell Mall By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 36th annual Christmas Fantasy Arts...

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...

Let the piñatas bust; The annual Piñatafest is back at the...

This year's colorful Piñatafest is going to be big, according to organizer Christie Mann. After all, 30 years of celebrating the rich cultural heritage...

CASA Winter Wonderland trees now on display

Roswell hasn’t gotten any snow yet, but as far as CASA and First American Bank are concerned, the Christmas season has already arrived. Winter Wonderland,...

Historically Speaking: Only memories remain — the many lives of the...

What is it about old buildings, especially old historic buildings, that pull at our heartstrings when they have to be demolished? Even more, it...

The Quiet Lessons

A Father's Day message By Mark A. Bleth Special to the Daily Record When we think of the lessons we’ve learned in life, we often think of...

Elvis Fleming — in memory

By John LeMay Historian for the Historical Archives for Southeast New Mexico Everyone at the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico is deeply saddened 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...

Recalling A few bygone days of Roswell

Following are some news and notes from publications of bygone days in Roswell. I thought it would be fun to take a look back. SALVO...

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...

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...

Works of Hurd family to be shown in two exhibits; First...

Henriette Wyeth and Peter Hurd are well-known for their works and life in Roswell and the Southwest. Their paintings can be seen at the...

Spotlight: Joseph returns

Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre celebrates its fifth season with a new spin on "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" By Christina Stock Vision Editor A new cast,...

Celebrating America’s Independence Day; City’s fireworks show promises fun for the...

This year marks Roswell’s 20th annual Roswell Sertoma Club’s Mike Satterfield Fireworks Extravaganza, which is organized by the Roswell Sertoma Club and the city...

Nature: Truth versus fake truth in the zoo

By Ray Pawley Special to the Daily Record On Saturday, July 20, 1963, a few months into my new job as zoologist at one of the...

Comedy show with heart

The Jokers & Jester Comedy Tour stops in town By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Jokers & Jester Comedy Tour stops at the Black Cock Brewery, 1719...

Historically Speaking: An old house holds more than memories

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record What is it about old house that intrigues us so much? Is it the mystery, the history or the...

Historically Speaking: Memories of Tinnie Mercantile, part II

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Today, we continue the story about Tinnie Mercantile’s history with the article by John L. Sinclair. The first part of...

Only the strong survived in days of Old West; Spirit of...

The settlers of the Old West were a special breed. New Mexico has many old-time legends that have been handed down by word-of-mouth from one...

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...

A little dash can make a big difference; Hagerman resident’s dream...

The little hyphen that comes between someone’s year of birth and year of death only may be a millimeter or two wide. But those...

Spotlight: A Winter Wonderland

The CASA Winter Wonderland auction will benefit disadvantaged local children By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 17th annual Winter Wonderland auction, benefiting children that are served by...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Treating dads with breakfast for dinner and author Patricia Smith Wood By Christina Stock Vision Editor A big shout-out goes out to the good fathers and role model...

Music is in the air at New Mexico Military Institute

The New Mexico Military Institute Music Department presents its annual spring concert on May 3, at 7 p.m. in NMMI’s Pearson Auditorium. The concert will...

‘Roswell Incident” similar to earlier UFO sightings

By John LeMay Historian and author Believe it or not, UFO crashes didn’t begin with Roswell in 1947. I know what you’re thinking, you think I’m...

Young artist to watch: Samantha Thorsted

By Christina Stock Vision Editor When a young student gets accepted at the New Mexico School for the Arts (NMSA), it is something very special. After...

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...

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