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The tunes of the fair

Eastern New Mexico State Fair offers a wide variety of entertainment and live music By Christina Stock Vision Editor Flying people, robots, music and excitement — this...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Treating dads with breakfast for dinner and author Patricia Smith Wood By Christina Stock Vision Editor A big shout-out goes out to the good fathers and role model...

The many lives of Jeorganna Simoes

Not every artist's career takes off after graduation. By Christina Stock Vision Editor If you have been at a performance of the Roswell Community Little Theatre or...

Livestock Fair kicks off on Friday

Farm kids in Chaves County will get the recognition they deserve when the weeklong Chaves County 4-H & FFA Fair 2018 kicks off. The fair...

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...

Spotlight: Time to stream

Local filmmaker releases movie on Amazon By Christina Stock Vision Editor In light of the order issued by New Mexico Health Secretary Kathy Kunkel temporarily prohibiting mass...

Winner of the Vision Facebook holiday contest: Susie Sharp

This is a Christmas memory I will never forget By Susie Sharp My daddy, Manuel Oracion Jr., died in May of 1967 — just days before...

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...

Roswell native and professional musician dedicates new song to military

Though she lives in Los Angeles to be close to the action in the music industry, singer and keyboardist Kristine Mirelle has not forgotten...

Historically Speaking: Capt. Jason W. James, a Founding Father, part 1

The following story was written in part by Earnestine Chesser Williams and published in the “Old Timer’s Review” in the fall of 1986. It...

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...

For the love of tractors

Antique tractor collector Jerry Frazier said that old tractors were the “rocket science of their time.” A good example is the 1934 McCormick-Deering that was...

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...

Coming together for music, youth; Local artists join together to perform...

There is not a lot to do for older teenagers or young adults in Roswell. It is worse for young people if they come...

Celebrate Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in historic...

The fourth annual Dia de Los Muertos celebration comes to the historic village of Lincoln on Oct. 28 with a full range of fun...

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,...

A story of friendship that began in Vietnam

By Jack Swickard Special to the Daily Record When my cellphone rang Sunday morning, my stomach felt like it dropped 3 feet. Tom Horan’s name was on...

Safety first!

ENMU-R’s occupation safety program is one of the best around, but few people know about it Michael O’Berry, who teaches occupational safety at ENMU-Roswell, said...

‘Step Right Up!’ to FUMC’s MAD Camp; Summer camp with music,...

MAD (Music, Art, Drama) Camp will begin on July 9 at First United Methodist Church, 200 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Michelle Olson will lead children...

Paranormal researchers share stories at Lincoln, Fort Stanton After Dark Events

During 160 years in operation, Fort Stanton has served as an Army post, tuberculosis sanatorium, internment camp and correctional facility. With infamy gained through the...

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...

Spotlight: The evolution of a painter — George Rodart

Roswell Artist-in-Residence exhibit opening and lecture: George Rodart By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Artist-in-Residence George Rodart will have his opening and lecture July 19 at 5:30...

Tall and small — all God’s creatures welcome

Blessing of the Animals takes place at St. Andrews Episcopal Church By Christina Stock Vision Editor At the Blessings of the Animals at St. Andrews Episcopal Church,...

Historically Speaking: Honoring Roswell’s pioneer mothers

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Can you imagine what it was like in the mid to late 1800s, being a woman, to leave your...

RSO promises exciting and varied 2017-18 season

If you are a fan of The Beatles or classical guitar (or both), then you won't want to miss this year's Roswell Symphony Orchestra...

Historically Speaking

New Year's past when Roswell and Southeastern New Mexico were in their infancy By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Have you ever wondered what New...

Comfort food and books for comfort — What is love but...

By Christina Stock Vision Editor Valentine’s Day is this week. A sweet and joyful day for those who have found love, but if you haven’t, I...

Champions of Jazz

The 13th annual Roswell Jazz Festival brings in new faces and fan-favorites By Christina Stock Vision Editor This year’s 13th annual Roswell Jazz Festival takes place at...

Did ‘Frenchy,’ the Dog Canyon cattleman, build the ‘Miracle Staircase’ in...

Two weeks ago, on June 24, I wrote a story about the life and times of “Frenchy” Rochas. Frenchy was one of the early...

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