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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....

Five centuries of reform; Christians across the globe to commemorate 500th...

It happens every year on the last Sunday of October and is quietly commemorated by Lutheran churches all over the world. It's called Reformation Sunday. To Lutherans,...

Training for Life

Riding the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail — the story of Timothy Oracion, part 1 A new year or celebrating an important milestone-birthday means for most people...

The lights and the darkness; Robert H. Goddard Planetarium unveils major...

A city with an approximate population of 50,000 people rarely has a planetarium, but we do. And a medium-sized one at that — 40...

‘Wrong Turn to Roswell’

Episode 11 By S.E. Smith The children’s story, “Wrong Turn to Roswell,” by S.E. Smith started with episode 1 and 2 in the Vision Magazine, published...

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...

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...

Big Daddy Weave returns

The Christian band Big Daddy Weave performs in Roswell for the fourth time By Christina Stock Vision Editor The band Big Daddy Weave, featuring Brandon Heath, stops...

Toys for Tots pickup slated for Dec. 16

The season for giving, celebration and good will toward humankind is starting. The first wish lists are appearing and the cooler weather is a...

Strange history from Roswell and beyond

A possible abduction in 1899 By John LeMay Author and historian Thanks in large part to our own alleged Roswell UFO Incident of 1947, aliens are typically...

The story of a symphony, part II

Roswell Symphony Orchestra's artists share their stories and connections By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we continue the story of the Roswell Symphony Orchestra, seen through the...

A trip to Washington

Searching for stories of friendship, part 4 A trip to Washington By Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record The Indian agent — determined to stop the native game gunesnane-tu...

Spotlight: A nomad in a quiet place — SV Randall

Roswell Artist-in-Residence SV Randall's exhibit, As Pair Legged, to open By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Artist-in-Residence (RAiR) SV Randall’s exhibit, As Pair Legged, opens at the...

Historically Speaking: ‘The Part Of The World I Love Best’

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record The Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico Archives contains a treasure trove of books, documents, pictures, memories, newspapers,...

Roswell Chamber of Commerce anticipates even more success in new year

Did you know that according to research studies, up to 88 percent of consumers are more likely to purchase goods and services from a...

A better community

An insight into the civic clubs and organizations — part 2: Assurance Home By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we continue the series introducing our local clubs...

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...

Film: ‘Enso’

New Pilot for TV series to be filmed in Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor The team behind the making of the sci-fi action TV series pilot...

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...

Spotlight: Toys for Tots

Making sure kids have a 'toyful' Christmas The Marines are ready to help Santa with their Toys for Tots program By Christina Stock Vision Editor There will be...

From the Vault: Three exhibits at RMAC

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Roswell Museum and Art Center With so many new exhibitions opening at the Roswell Museum and Art Center, it’s...

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...

Pumpkins and the best jerky in town

Watch out jerky fans — this year’s St. Mark’s Pumpkin Patch event includes the first Best Jerky in Roswell Contest By Christina Stock Vision Editor The annual...

Historically Speaking: The story of little Chaves

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Many people may not be aware that there was once a small establishment, by the name of Chaves,...

Spotlight: ‘Til Beth Do Us Part’

Roswell Community Little Theatre brings a raucous farce about romance and revenge to stage. Performances of the comedy, “Til Beth Do Us Part,” will...

CASA Winter Wonderland trees now on display

Roswell hasn’t gotten any snow yet, but as far as CASA and First American Bank are concerned, the Christmas season has already arrived. Winter Wonderland,...

Historically Speaking: The Legend of Pistol Pete

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record How many of you have heard of Pistol Pete? How many are familiar with the mascots of Oklahoma...

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...

Historically Speaking: The story of Refugia Ortiz Leal-Baca-Uderos

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record This week I would like to share a story which includes family history and genealogy, but is rich in...

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