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Roswell Artist-in-Residence fellow’s exhibit invites the public to slow down and look

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'Resonance' By Christina Stock Vision Editor The newest exhibit at the Roswell Museum and Art Center (RMAC) features a work titled "Resonance" by Roswell Artist-in-Residence (RAiR) fellow...

Historical Anecdotes: More stories about Seven Rivers

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Last week I shared with you the story of the “golden egg” and how it created excitement at...

There’s more to the story

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Roswell’s historic people walk the halls of the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico’s museum By Christina Stock Vision Editor Kids in Arts Programs (KAPS) — part...

Music and Mayberry

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The DeLawder family and the country’s favorite deputy, Barney Fife, to visit Grace Community Church By Christina Stock Vision Editor Be aware, crooks, the nerdiest and most beloved...

Strange history from Roswell and beyond: Watrous werewolf

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Watrous werewolf By John LeMay Historian and author In Northern New Mexico is a small community called Watrous. In the time before Anglo settlement, the Watrous area...

More than a short film, more than a film director

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‘Rude Girl’ to be filmed in New Mexico featuring a Native American woman as superhero By Christina Stock Vision Editor The short film, “Rude Girl,” is being...

Historical Anecdotes — Western town Seven Rivers

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Stories about the Western town Seven Rivers By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record At one time, Seven Rivers, New Mexico, was a bustling little Old...

Behind the scenes of science fiction movies and TV shows

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By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record I love to know behind-the-scenes details about the making of my favorite science-fiction movies or television shows, and,...

Music at the fair

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The Eastern New Mexico State Fair music lineup promises variety By Christina Stock Roswell Daily Record This year at the Eastern New Mexico State Fair, fans of...

RCLT is getting naughty

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Roswell Community Little Theatre brings risqué comedy to stage By Christina Stock Vision Editor The new comedy, “Unnecessary Farce,” rings in a new era for the Roswell...

‘Bowl-O-Ween 2021’ — looking for a few good teams

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeastern New Mexico to hold its annual fundraiser By Christina Stock Vision Editor Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeastern New Mexico (BBBSSENM)...

Spotlight: Pirates at the fair

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Eastern New Mexico State Fair brings in new entertainment By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell might be in the middle of a high desert, but that doesn’t...

Friends: The life of a cultural anthropologist, part 3

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More adventures of research and librarians By Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record During one semester that was part of my studies in cultural anthropology in...

Historically Speaking: Billy the Kid in Santa Fe’s jail

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When Billy the Kid went to jail in old Santa Fe By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record When I find new material on Billy the...

Spotlight: Chile, cheese and pecans

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The annual Chile Cheese Festival returns to the Chaves County Courthouse By Christina Stock Vision Editor The annual Chile Cheese Festival is organized by MainStreet Roswell and...

Spotlight: Quiet September skies

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Where were you when the world changed? By Christina Stock Vision Editor Twenty years ago, 19 terrorists, who were affiliated with the Islamic extremist group al-Qaida, hijacked four...

Independent brings art with tough topic to Edgewood

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By Tamara Bicknell-Lombardi The Independent Vision Editor’s comment: A partnership between artist Chloé Duplessis and The Independent newspaper, along with other community partners, resulted in a...

Historically Speaking: Dam versus irrigation

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New Alamogordo dam versus Pecos Valley irrigation By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Allegedly, Ft. Sumner’s lake and dam were created initially by the soldiers, Navajos...

Comfort food and books for comfort

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An ancient legume, a lost birthright and Donna Blake Birchell's new book, 'New Mexico Mission Churches' By Christina Stock Vision Editor Have you ever wanted something weird...

Music: ‘Nothin’ But Love’

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‘Nothin’ But Love’ album shows passion for jazz Collaboration between noted jazz vocalist Kathy Lyon and legendary tenor sax Houston Person bears fruit in album By...

Spotlight: CAIN

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Award-winning Christian country band to perform in Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor The award-winning Nashville band CAIN will perform for the first time in Roswell at The Liberty...

Historically Speaking

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Singapore Jake, mining camp clairvoyant, meets his Waterloo By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record New Mexico had its share of mining camps in the days...

Fiesta time

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HSSNM Fabulous Fall Fiesta drive-thru fundraiser to take place By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Board of Directors for the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico (HSSNM)...

Historically Speaking: Rufus J. Dunnahoo

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The first Chaves County sheriff who was killed in the line of duty By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Rufus H. Dunnahoo II was the...

Roswell Symphony Orchestra’s new season

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The 2021-22 concert season promises classics and a new location for its kick-off and a great finale By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Symphony Orchestra’s (RSO)...

Morningstar Angeline — A hunger for joy

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Indigenous and Native American director, actor and musician of "Waveguides" part of a new generation By Christina Stock Vision Editor Last week, the Vision section feature story covered...

Film: Looking through an Indigenous lens

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Feature-length documentary 'Waveguides' to focus on Indigenous and Native American female talent By Christina Stock Vision Editor Music and storytelling is as old as humankind, giving audiences...

Historically Speaking: Did the Earp brothers kill for fun?

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Last week, I decided to feature some stories of the early Pecos Valley sheriffs in my columns that will...

Spotlight: RCLT’s ‘Bye Bye Birdie’

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Roswell Community Little Theatre brings popular musical comedy to stage By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Community Little Theatre (RCLT) is inviting the public to step back...

Historically Speaking: Roswell’s one-armed sheriff — a former convict

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Working at the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico Archives a few years ago, Dr. Elvis Fleming came...

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