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Spotlight: Walk for Hope

Tenth annual cancer awareness and fundraising walk By Christina Stock Vision Editor Humanity can see how our galaxy works and achieved tremendous advances in science, however, one...

Food for thought — and art

Domesti Collecti exhibition opens and includes workshop Submitted The latest collections exhibition at the Miniatures and Curious Collections Museum, 320 N. Richardson Ave., is installed. It...

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...

Looking Up: The Mutual UFO Network

Half a century and counting By Donald Burleson Special to the Daily Record May 2019 marks a momentous time in the history of UFO studies — the...

Historically Speaking: More than a governor: Lew Wallace, part I

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Lew Wallace (April 10, 1827 – February 15, 1905) was the 10th Governor of the Territory of New...

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...

‘Southern Fried Funeral’

Roswell Community Little Theatre brings a big-hearted family comedy to the stage By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Community Little Theatre, 1717 S. Union Ave., under guidance...

Historically Speaking: Midnight ghouls and raising cabbage

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record In my research, I often come across articles that I feel are too good not to share. Such...

Make Time for Kids

Chaves County CASA's fundraiser helps abused and neglected children By Christina Stock Vision Editor Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is having its 17th annual fundraiser Make Time for...

Roswell Film Festival

Filmmakers compete for the Rossy Award By Christina Stock Vision Editor The annual Roswell Film Festival takes place from April 24 to 27 at Allen Theatres —...

Comfort food and books for comfort

A refreshing twist on chicken; who put the devil into deviled eggs and a murder story By Christina Stock Vision Editor Easter for Christians or Passover for...

From the Vault: Alien Forms

By Aubrey Hobart Roswell Museum and Art Center Curator of Collections and Exhibitions What creeps you out? Spiders, snakes and mice? Dolls and robots? Thousands of tiny...

Historically speaking: The spirit of a prosperous and united Roswell, part...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Last week’s story into the past continues with part II of the Roswell Daily Record’s article, Jan. 22,...

Dust off your cowboy boots, the rodeo comes to town

Jesse Andrus & Mike Hillman Memorial Pro Rodeo returns By Christina Stock Vision Editor Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association’s Jesse Andrus & Mike Hillman Memorial Pro Rodeo returns to...

‘Wrong Turn to Roswell,’ Episode 16: First Day of School

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 episodes...

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...

Royal Family KIDS of New Mexico, part II

The Purple Day kickstarted campaign to help abused children By Christina Stock Vision Editor On April 3, the community came together to kickstart the fundraising campaign for...

Historically Speaking: The spirit of a prosperous and united Roswell, part...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Sometimes it’s fun and refreshing to go back in time and read about the news, notes and politics...

That’s how you dance

Así se Baila Ballet Folklorico to have its first recital By Christina Stock Vision Editor The newly formed Así se Baila Ballet Folklorico’s young students will show...

Comfort food and books for comfort

The secret of the season and a guide to gardening By Christina Stock Vision Editor In last week’s column, you learned how to tell if fish is...

Historically Speaking: The Lost River story continues

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record On July 9, 2017, I shared an article written by Georgia Redfield about the Lost River out by...

Gifted artists bring in spring

The annual Artfaire returns to the Convention & Civic Center By Christina Stock Vision Editor The annual Artfaire brings in master crafters and artists to the new...

Jazz is in the air

Fundraiser for Roswell's Jazz Festival brings in twin talents of Peter and Will Anderson By Christina Stock Vision Editor In honor of Jazz Appreciation Month, the Roswell...

Spotlight: Purple Day, part I

Fundraising starts for the Royal Family KIDS of New Mexico Camp By Christina Stock Vision Editor The iconic purple signs will be going up on April 3...

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...

Comfort food and books for comfort: Getting hooked on fish and...

By Christina Stock Vision Editor When you think of German food you most likely think of sauerkraut, potatoes and sausages; you hear Thai food and you...

Spotlight: A musical rose of Texas

Rose Whitney returns to Roswell before her European Tour By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 2019 Ameripolitan Honky Tonk Award-winning laureate stops in Roswell during her national...

Historically Speaking: ‘Shady ladies’ sparkled in Southeast New Mexico

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record For those of us who worked closely with Elvis Fleming, we knew we could always be entertained by...

Music: Spring Prelude

Free concert at Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art By Christina Stock Vision Editor Two outstanding musicians, Hyerim Mapp and Soojin Jin bring their talents to the Spring...

Music: Vanessa Silberman concert

International touring singer to perform By Christina Stock Vision Editor Vanessa Silberman and Carissa Johnson are performing at Stellar Coffee Co., 315 N. Main St., on March...

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