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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

The 36th annual Christmas Fantasy Arts & Crafts Fair finds new home at the Roswell Mall By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 36th annual Christmas Fantasy Arts...

Comfort food and books for comfort: Chili and football

By Christina Stock Vision editor The football season is over and most fans that were happy or disappointed about the Super Bowl outcome are now on...

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...

The Quiet Lessons

A Father's Day message By Mark A. Bleth Special to the Daily Record When we think of the lessons we’ve learned in life, we often think of...

Spotlight: Dream the impossible dream

The Roswell Community Little Theatre brings the legendary story of Don Quixote to stage By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Community Little Theatre, 1717 S. Union...

Spotlight: Zane Runyan wins first ‘Ultimate Cowboy Showdown’

Former Roswell firefighter wins big on reality TV show By Christina Stock Vision Editor Zane Runyan is a modern day cowboy who grew up on his father’s...

Spotlight: Folklorico Christmas recital

Roswell Folklorico invites the public to its Mexican holiday extravaganza By Christina Stock Vision editor Frank Herrera’s Folklorico students will perform their annual free Christmas recital at...

Spotlight: The secret of finding love

Valentine's Day brings out the love and we join in, featuring local love stories By Christina Stock Vision Editor Love is in the air, in the shops,...

Playing with giants

A Dalmatian from Carlsbad joins Budweiser Clydesdales By Christina Stock Vision Editor Charmain Jefferson and her family have been breeding Dalmatians in Carlsbad for several years. Jefferson...

From Afar: Sci-fi romance books with mothers as heroines

By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record When I think of the month of May, I invariably think of mothers and flowers. Not necessarily linked, although...

Historically Speaking: Blazer’s Mill

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record This week, I would like to share with you an article from the New Mexico Magazine dated January, 1933....

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...

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...

Southern ambassadors of classic rock; One of the first Southern rock...

Very few bands have influenced an entire generation with their style and stayed as relevant to rock and country music as The Marshall Tucker...

Youthful riders arrive safely in Roswell

Two sons of a Texas U.S. Marshal made long-distance horseback trips that drew attention of NM governor and President Theodore Roosevelt In 1909, two little...

The legacy of the German POWs

Many of you may already know about Orchard Park, officially known as the Roswell POW Internment Camp. It opened on Nov. 26, 1942, with...

E Pluribus Unum: New Mexico Southeast

A traveling photo portrait studio and exhibition arrives in Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor In 2012, the Axle Contemporary team of Jerry Wellman and Matthew Chase-Daniel...

Comfort food and books for comfort for New Year’s eve and...

New Year's best intentions, hangover remedies and books for self-improvement By Christina Stock Vision Editor There is one thing that unites the western hemisphere: Party time on...

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...

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...

Spotlight: Let’s go to the fair

Eddy County Fair kicks off the fair season with Chaves County 4-H and FFA Fair to follow By Christina Stock Vision Editor Say the words “county fair”...

An evening with Michael Martin Murphey

The legendary cowboy poet, singer and songwriter returns to Roswell for one night only By Christina Stock Vision Editor On the boot heels of being given a...

Music: ‘Classical Drinking’

Jim Shearer performs with the La Catrina Quartet By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Symphony Orchestra tuba player, Jim Shearer, is joined by Las Cruces-based string quartet,...

History: ‘The One Before Roswell, March 26, 1880, Galisteo, New Mexico,’...

By Noe Torres and John LeMay The following is the continuation of an excerpt from an upcoming book by Noe Torres and John LeMay, titled “The...

Historically Speaking: The story of Billy the Kid — told by...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record We continue today with the last part of the four-part series recalling memories of John Meadows’ friendship with...

Spotlight: ‘Close to Closure’ — Alexandra Fresquez

Roswell native Alexandra Fresquez rejuvenates pop music genre By Christina Stock Vision Editor Originally from Roswell, Alexandra Fresquez’s biography says that her passion has always been singing....

Spotlight: Mesa Middle School students are superstars

By Christina Stock Vision Editor According to the New Mexico Coalition for Literacy, 20% of New Mexicans age 16 and older have the lowest literacy skills...

‘Roswell Incident” similar to earlier UFO sightings

By John LeMay Historian and author Believe it or not, UFO crashes didn’t begin with Roswell in 1947. I know what you’re thinking, you think I’m...

Football above all else; Roswell’s enthusiasm for football began decades before...

Baseball was definitely America’s favorite pastime in the first half of the 20th century. Boxing ranked second. And if you’ve seen the comedy movie...

Peter de La Fuente (grandson of Peter Hurd) will make presentation...

The Wyeth Hurd Gallery, in cooperation with the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico, will present a one-week exhibition of paintings by four generations...

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