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Spotlight: A gun, anniversaries and Billy the Kid escapes again

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Lincoln's folk pageant ‘Last Escape of Billy the Kid’ celebrates its 80th anniversary, 140 years after the outlaw’s death, and the gun credited with the killing...

The life of a cultural anthropologist, part 1

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It begins at the university By Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record My interest in cultural anthropology started — as you may know from my previous...

Historically Speaking: Early Roswell farming and ranching industry

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record For the past two weeks, my articles have focused on the early businesses in Roswell. It is always...

Spotlight: Patsy’s back

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Maryl McNally — a visitor from Broadway By Christina Stock Vision Editor Friends and fans of Roswell’s theater scene will remember Roswell native Maryl McNally, who in...

Comfort food and books for comfort

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Summer meals and ‘The Water Lady’ by Alice B. McGinty, illustrations by Shonto Begay By Christina Stock Vision Editor Summer means ice cream, sun lotion, vacation and fun...

Historically Speaking: Roswell’s early businesses, part 2

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Having been a collector of old Roswell memorabilia for about 25 years now, there is something about the...

Nature — Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge: A place of extraordinary...

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By Steve Alvarez Special to the Daily Record Exiting the Joseph R. Skeen Visitor Center, a brilliant flash of red caught my attention. As I looked...

Historically Speaking: Roswell’s early businesses, part 1

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Historically Speaking Roswell’s early businesses By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Having been a collector of old Roswell memorabilia for about 25 years now, there is...

From Afar: Sci-fi romances and weddings, part 2

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By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record June is the month for weddings and many sci-fi romance (SFR) stories lead to weddings — not all,...

Spotlight: Remembering artist David K. Mahoney

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By Terry Rhodes Special to the Daily Record Roswell and its art community lost a great talent on June 7, when painter and fine art conservator...

From Afar: Hard science fiction, robots and cyborgs

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By Veronica Scott I thought for this post, after the UFO Festival, I’d talk about some hard science fiction I’ve been reading of late. This...

Historically Speaking: Famous Neighbors in the Hondo Valley

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record I was recently contacted by Ken Wunderlick about some great memorabilia he has collected and was kind enough...

From the Vault: Wheelwright show

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By Aubrey Hobart Special to the Daily Record Daniel Prall was born in Iowa in 1937. After earning his college degree in business administration, he joined...

Comfort food and books for comfort

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The ancestor of the American hamburger and author Vicky Ramakka novel ‘The Cactus Plot’ By Christina Stock Vision Editor It has been hot in New Mexico. With...

Teaching with food — world history

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By Veronica Ederer Special to the Daily Record Sometimes, while driving my car or sitting in the train looking outside the window, I get new ideas...

Historically Speaking: Billy the Kid — memoirs by Severo Gallegos, part...

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Following is the second part of the story of Severo Gallegos and his memories of his friend Billy...

Spotlight: ‘The Light Jumper’ by Kyle Bullock

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New action audiobook podcast to be free for the public By Christina Stock Vision Editor The newest book “The Light Jumper” by local author Kyle Bullock was published...

Spotlight: RAiR Wang Chen

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Artists build connections Roswell Artist-in-Residence Wang Chen installation exhibit and talk "In the Woods" By Christina Stock Vision Editor Multi-media artist Wang Chen is in a unique position...

Historically Speaking: Billy the Kid — memoirs by Severo Gallegos, part...

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record The list of intimate friends and “compadres” of Billy the Kid is long. It’s no wonder he ended...

Time to get creative

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MainStreet Roswell’s Alien Pet and People Costume Contests calling for entries By Christina Stock Vision Editor It takes a village to celebrate one of the most exciting...

Historically Speaking: Will Rogers’ connection to Roswell

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record For those of you who may not know, Will Rogers, the famous humorist, had strong ties to Roswell...

From Afar: Sci-fi romances and weddings, part 1

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By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record June is the month for weddings and many sci-fi romance (SFR) stories lead to weddings — not all,...

From the Vault: Artist William Goodman

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By Aubrey Hobart Special to the Daily Record In 1971, William Goodman completed a 30-foot mural titled “Oddy Knocky,” which is now one of the most...

Historically Speaking: Yesterday’s gone

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record When reading newspaper articles from the past, they create a feeling of nostalgia. They might even make you...

Teaching with food – go with the seasons

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By Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record When I started teaching in schools it became obvious to me that I was too curious to cover...

Historically Speaking: El Jovencito

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Recently, my good friend, author and historian Lynda Sánchez, sent me a copy of an article she had...

Comfort food and books for comfort

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Mustard, more than a condiment — and the book “Dead in THAT Beach House,” by M. Glenda Rosen By Christina Stock Vision Editor Spring is here, though...

RCLT’s Battle of the Bands

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Winner of the Roswell Community Little Theatre’s music competition to perform with UFO Festival headliner Chevel Shepherd By Christina Stock Vision Editor This year, Roswell Community Little...

From the Vault: Unsaid

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By Aubrey Hobart Roswell Museum and Art Center Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Masha Sha was born in Chukotka, Russia, the easternmost and least populous part of...

Historically Speaking: Ernestine Chesser Williams and her family’s goat — memories...

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By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Well it’s been a while since I’ve shared an Earnestine Chesser Williams’ story, so this week, I think...

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