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Historically Speaking: Old Secrets to be told, hidden treasures lost

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record It is always interesting to read old descriptions of our country, from the time it was being written...

A musical Christmas

Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico to host open house extravaganza By Christina Stock Vision Editor Generations of families have been part of the Historical Society for...

Historically Speaking: Chuckwagon of the Old West

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record As many of you may know, this area was as much a part of life in the days of...

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...

A better community

An insight into the civic clubs — part 1: Altrusa By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we start a new series introducing our local clubs and organizations....

Brittany’s Hope; Young woman’s heartbreaking death from rare cancer inspires foundation...

For to this end we toil and strive, because we have our hope set on the living God, who is the Savior of all...

Lubbock artist at Bone Springs Art Space

Ceramic artist Jami White to open exhibit at local gallery By Christina Stock Vision Editor Artist and owner of Bone Springs Art Space, Miranda Howe, was so...

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...

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...

‘Chicago’ — murder and all that jazz

Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre brings a new style of theater to Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre Company’s production of the musical “Chicago”...

‘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...

Spotlight: In the space of a breath

Roswell Artist-in-Residence Erica Bailey exhibit opens at the Roswell Museum and Art Center By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Artist-in-Residence Erica Bailey’s exhibit opening takes place at...

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...

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,...

Historically Speaking: The story of little Chaves

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Many people may not be aware that there was once a small establishment, by the name of Chaves,...

From the Vault: Line in the Sand, part 2

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Roswell Museum and Art Center In last month’s column, I told the story of how the United States took control over...

A creative harvest

The 38th Pecos Valley Potters Guild Arts and Crafts show offers a wide variety of art By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 38th annual Pecos Valley Potters...

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...

Competitors flock to Oilfield Olympic Games

The Oilfield Olympic Games at Artesia’s Eagle Draw kicked off the annual Red Dirt Black Gold Festival in Artesia last Saturday morning. There were five teams...

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...

‘You’ll shoot your eye out, kid’; RCLT to perform beloved holiday...

The comedy “A Christmas Story” has become an American tradition to watch on TV since the release of the movie in 1983. The story...

‘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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