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Young artist to watch: Samantha Thorsted

By Christina Stock Vision Editor When a young student gets accepted at the New Mexico School for the Arts (NMSA), it is something very special. After...

Historically Speaking: Victory Gardens and Billy the Kid’s unlucky day

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record I ran across a couple of articles recently — while researching something else — that I thought would be fun to...

History: Early inhabitants of the Pecos Valley area

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Who knew there was a settlement in this part of the state before Roswell? Along with that, who knew...

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...

RSO, Ocotillo both end seasons with pianists

Lovers of piano music can hear live performances by two renowned pianists four days apart as the Roswell Symphony Orchestra and Artesia Arts Council finish...

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...

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...

Comfort food and books for comfort — The story of Woolton...

By Christina Stock Sometimes I find inspiration for this column and a recipe in a book, sometimes a recipe inspires me to find a book....

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 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...

Historically Speaking: Charlie Siringo — the man, the legend

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record One of the many colorful characters to roam Southeast New Mexico was a gentleman by the name of...

Holidays Around the World

Jessica Fichot Band performs in Artesia By Christina Stock Vision Editor Jessica Fichot and her band present Holiday Around the World at Artesia’s Ocotillo Performing Arts Center,...

Spotlight: A Winter Wonderland

The CASA Winter Wonderland auction will benefit disadvantaged local children By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 17th annual Winter Wonderland auction, benefiting children that are served by...

Physicist-turned-pastor to lead First Presbyterian Church in Roswell

The Rev. John Guthrie has been called to serve as pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Roswell beginning today. Guthrie comes to Roswell from...

Historically Speaking: The wrath of big guns

The World's first electric battleship: USS New Mexico By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record How many are aware that we had a U.S. Navy battleship...

RHS grad, pro model to offer $1,000 scholarship

In 2011, McKeilah Bolanos graduated from Roswell High School with the dream of becoming a professional model. Seven years later, Bolanos now lives in...

Historically Speaking: An old house holds more than memories

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record What is it about old house that intrigues us so much? Is it the mystery, the history or the...

Sheriff of Eddy County kidnapped by infamous Bonnie and Clyde; Notorious...

Southeastern New Mexico has a connection to the legendary outlaws Bonnie and Clyde when they were in their heyday of robbing and killing. Bonnie...

Music is in the air at New Mexico Military Institute

The New Mexico Military Institute Music Department presents its annual spring concert on May 3, at 7 p.m. in NMMI’s Pearson Auditorium. The concert will...

A better community

An insight into the civic clubs — part 1: Altrusa By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we start a new series introducing our local clubs and organizations....

A creative harvest

The 38th Pecos Valley Potters Guild Arts and Crafts show offers a wide variety of art By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 38th annual Pecos Valley Potters...

Historically Speaking: Chuckwagon of the Old West

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record As many of you may know, this area was as much a part of life in the days of...

Volunteers help make hospital viable

Some hospitals will advertise on TV about their specialists and surgeons, but if you ask Warren Yehl, the new CEO of Eastern New Mexico...

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...

Historically Speaking: Pat Garrett — good or bad?

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record While researching something else, I ran across this letter to the editor about Pat Garrett, which peaked my curiosity,...

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...

It’s festival time

Chile, cheese, piñatas and entertainment — come for the Chile Cheese and Piñata Festival, stay for the Eastern New Mexico State Fair By Christina Stock Vision...

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...

Spotlight: Big win for New Mexico

Former Goddard student's film takes home "Best Narrative Short" at Oscar-qualifying Cinequest Film and Creativity Festival By Christina Stock Vision Editor New Mexico-shot short film “Pozole” was...

Where there’s rain, there’s laughter

Last Friday’s premier of Way Way Off Broadway Theatre Company’s production of the classic musical “Singin’ in the Rain” played in front of true...

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