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Historically Speaking: The Old Timer’s Review — A story collection

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record I thought this week, I would share some lighthearted stories just for fun. These are from “The Old...

Boogie down

Roswell Refuge and SANE host fourth annual That '70s Dance By Christina Stock Vision Editor The fourth annual That ‘70s Dance has a new location. On April...

Historically Speaking: Memories of The Oasis Ranch

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Growing up in Roswell in the ‘50s and ‘60s, a fun and popular thing to do at that...

History: New Billy the Kid book — unlike any that have...

By John LeMay historian If you are like me, you’re tired of the same old books on Billy the Kid. On the flip side, you probably...

Spotlight: the 14th annual Roswell Jazz Festival

Jazz is in the air The 14th annual Roswell Jazz Festival has a new venue for its events and artists By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 14th annual...

A New Mexico Christmas

The Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico is having its annual Christmas Open House Extravaganza By Christina Stock Vision Editor One of the most charming holiday traditions...

Spotlight: History in the making — RSO and RJF

The Roswell Symphony Orchestra and musicians of the Roswell Jazz Festival perform for the first time together By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Symphony Orchestra (RSO)...

Spotlight: The zoo is going live

Spring River Zoo adapts to regulations amid COVID-19 social distancing, starts online presentations By Christina Stock Vision Editor The city of Roswell has closed all parks, including...

Spotlight: Julia Cozby — from Tularosa into the world

Singer and songwriter Julia Cozby gains international fame on YouTube By Christina Stock Vision Editor COVID-19 social distancing restrictions forced musicians worldwide into the different branches of...

Strange History from Roswell and Beyond

A prehistoric Tiger King? By John LeMay Author and historian Due to the quarantine-induced love-fest that occurred with the Netflix “Tiger King” series, I couldn’t help but...

Historically Speaking: The night Billy the Kid was killed — an...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Well as I sometimes do, I started to write about one subject, but in doing research on that,...

Dragonflies and damselflies, oh my! Bitter Lake to host annual Dragonfly...

As you first get a glance of Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge driving east over the crest on Pine Lodge Road, the refuge make...

Murder and mayhem over a mere 50 cents ($12.62 in 2018...

Working in the archives you occasionally come across an old article that reinforces your perception of the days of the Wild West. The following...

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...

For the love of tractors

Antique tractor collector Jerry Frazier said that old tractors were the “rocket science of their time.” A good example is the 1934 McCormick-Deering that was...

Mary and Joseph find a place with Folklorico

Roswell Folklorico to perform holiday show By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Folklorico will present its annual holiday show on Dec. 15, at 2 p.m....

Looking Up: What might we learn from extraterrestrials ?

By Donald Burleson Special to the Daily Record It’s a commonplace observation that, given the sophisticated nature of the UFOs we’ve seen in our skies, the...

Spotlight: A tale of two chambers

Rise Over Roswell and Cinco de Mayo promises family-friendly entertainment By Christina Stock Vision Editor This year is the second time that the Roswell Chamber of Commerce...

‘Wrong Turn to Roswell,’ Episode 20: Making a Deal

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

Art: Grand Arts and Crafts Expo

Dalton's Flea Market opens its gates to the arts community and its fans By Christina Stock Vision Editor Dalton’s Flea Market, 2200 S. Sunset Ave., is having...

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 better community

An insight into the civic clubs and organizations — part 2: Assurance Home By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we continue the series introducing our local clubs...

Spotlight: Get the ball rolling

Chaves County Bowl for Kids' Sake turns 20 By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 20th annual Chaves County Bowl For Kids’ Sake is looking for support. The...

Books: ‘If There Never Was A You’

A sweet bunny book for young kids — or bunnies By Christina Stock Vision Editor How do you tell your young child that he or she is...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Turkey's delicacies and authors Paul Meyer and Carlos Meyer By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, I want to take you on a trip to a country and a...

Friends: In the land of plenty

Hints and tricks for taking pictures By Veronika Ederer It is one thing to plan a cookbook, to be enthusiastic about your product, do research and...

Spotlight: The tale of two sisters

Mia and Paige Huddleston’s goals lead to California By Christina Stock Vision Editor The sisters, Mia Huddleston and Paige Huddleston, are Goddard High School graduates. Mia Huddleston...

Reminiscing about the fair

Growing up in Roswell in the 1950s and '60s, this time of year there were those things we all looked forward to that got...

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...

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,...

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