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Historically Speaking: Was the James gang in New Mexico and other...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Today, we continue the stories about Jesse James, published first in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Aug. 7, 1889,...

Spotlight: Creative education and the arts

Virtual, hybrid or homeschooling — this fall brings out creativity in teachers By Christina Stock Vision Editor Creativity and the arts go hand in hand with science,...

In the land of plenty – Native American Northwest Coast cuisine

By Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record People in German-speaking countries, such as Austria, Switzerland and, of course, Germany, are fascinated with the lore of...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Spaghetti with tomatoes, prosciutto and burrata and author Catalina Claussen’s new book, ‘Being Home: A Southwestern Almanac’ By Christina Stock Vision Editor Pasta dishes in Italy are most...

Spotlight: A family of hope

Changes for Roswell Homeless Coalition include the opening of thrift store and new director By Christina Stock Vision Editor What does it take to make an American...

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...

Book Review: ‘Teddy’s War’ — a novel by Donald Willerton

By Christina Stock Vision editor I chose this book for a full book review because it is a fictional story about World War II, fitting as...

Artesia Arts Council chooses artists of the month

Roswell’s Paul and Jane Nevarez's exhibit at Ocotillo Performing Arts Center By Christina Stock Vision Editor Lindsay Waugh is a volunteer at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center...

From Afar: Post-apocalyptic science fiction recommendations

By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record Combine a long hot summer and the current events in the world, between politics and the pandemic, and...

Historically Speaking: Hayne’s dream and Roswell parks — then and now

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Well, here we are at the first of September, it has been a long, hot and very strange...

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...

Historically Speaking: Historic fires and firefighting in Roswell Town

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Browsing through the old pictures at the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico Archives gave me an idea...

From the Vault: A unique discovery at RMAC

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Roswell Museum and Art Center One doesn’t often think of museums as places where surprising things happen, but I like...

Comfort Food and Books for Comfort

Spicy tuna salad and author Mike Orenduff By Christina Stock Vision Editor Is it just me, or does it feel that every year, there are more and more...

Historically Speaking: The founding of Dexter

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Have you ever driven the back roads — the Old Dexter Highway — down to Artesia, just to...

Spotlight: Women’s right to vote turns 100

The Daily Record part of the suffrage movement By Christina Stock Vision Editor On Aug. 26, throughout the U.S., New Mexico and Roswell, Women’s Equality Day will...

From Afar — Science fiction romance, summer romance reading, bingo fun

By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record When I was a kid, I used to love playing bingo games. The randomness of the letter and...

Historically Speaking: The good and the bad — Pat Garrett, just...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Recently, I shared an article about the demise of Billy the Kid, who was killed by Sheriff Pat...

Spotlight: Make Time for Kids

CASA event to be held online By Christina Stock Vision Editor This year’s Make Time for Kids event supporting Chaves County CASA will happen online on Aug....

Comfort food and books for comfort

Teriyaki Chicken stir fry and author J. Courtney White's mystery book, 'The Sun' The summer heat is upon us and with it, we long for...

Spotlight: Elizabeth Fresquez

Goddard graduate releases first single Elizabeth Fresquez song, 'Ninety-Nine,' promising start of music career By Christina Stock Vision Editor Elizabeth Fresquez has music in her blood. However, instead...

From the Vault: Doris Cross

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Roswell Museum and Art Center Santa Fe artist Doris Cross (1907/8-1994) was born in New York City in 1907 or 1908...

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,...

Spotlight: The 39th Annual Heritage Dinner

Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico to honor restaurants By Christina Stock Vision Editor This year’s 39th Annual Heritage Dinner, sponsored by the Historical Society for Southeast...

Friends: In the land of plenty — researching the Southeast

By Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record For whatever reason, the Southeast had never triggered my interest in the past. Of course, I heard about some...

Historically Speaking: Geological and historic secrets of the region

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record We have so many treasures in our archives, things like old letters and correspondences, pictures, diaries, manuscripts, notes,...

Spotlight: A quiet patron of the arts, part 5

Donald B. Anderson will be remembered as founding father for the arts in Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we continue with the last part about...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Minestrone and authors Kathy Barco and Melanie Borski-Howard By Christina Stock Vision Editor Last week, I wrote about the Ligurian coast and featured a pasta recipe. More often...

Looking Up: Government uninterested in UFOs? Don’t believe it!

By Donald Burleson Special to the Daily Record Any researcher in the field of UFO studies who has ever submitted Freedom of Information Act requests to government...

Art: A quiet patron of the arts, part 4

Donald B. Anderson will be remembered as founding father for the arts in Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we continue with the fourth part about philanthropist,...

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