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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,...

A lowly burro ‘brings in the outlaw’; New Mexico cowboy recounts...

The following story is fun and lighthearted and could also be applied to many modern-day circumstances. Lowly little burros don’t often get the credit...

‘Double hanging’ in Lincoln County; After realizing convicted murderer is not...

When imagining the Old West, what images come to your mind? Perhaps the cattle drives and cowboys? Indians and their wild and free lifestyle?...

Roswell Jazz Festival announces schedule

Welcome to Jazz About Town! Monthly installments will be covering a wide variety of jazz related topics. We plan to keep you informed about...

Victory is mine!

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...

The seasons and how they change

Come said the leaves to the wind one day, Come o’er the meadows and we will play. Put on your dresses, scarlet and gold, For summer is...

‘When The Party Is Over’ Christian Outreach Ministries of Roswell

There is nothing more heartbreaking than having lost a loved one, a child or a friend to addiction. Lost as in lost due to...

N.M. Children’s Foundation making a difference

The New Mexico Children’s Foundation has made a difference in Chaves County since it began in 1992. The Foundation has donated to nonprofits in Chaves...

Reminiscing about the fair

Growing up in Roswell in the 1950s and '60s, this time of year there were those things we all looked forward to that got...

Tankin’ up and movin’ on; Keep hummingbird feeders full as birds...

Early in September, well ahead of frosty nights, thousands of hummingbirds (colibris in Spanish) are preparing for their annual journey south to Mexico and...

Yet another ‘recipe’ for green chile; Las Cruces man developing a...

Lee M. Rush of Las Cruces has turned his love for New Mexico chile into a new vocation. A lineman specializing in high-energy, high-voltage power...

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...

Storyteller, wildlife educator Suzi Wolf brings talents to Roswell

Renowned storyteller and wildlife educator Susi Wolf will bring her unique talents to Roswell on Oct. 1. Her program, titled “Storytelling: Animal Tales and the...

‘Enchanted Adventures’ photo contest at New Mexico State Parks; New Mexico...

SANTA FE — “Enchanted Adventures at New Mexico State Parks” is a special category in this year’s New Mexico Magazine 17th Annual Photo Contest....

Walk to End Alzheimer’s slated for Oct. 14

He was a “crossover artist” decades before anybody knew what the word “crossover” meant in regard to music. Glen Campbell, the singer-guitarist who in the...

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...

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...

Roswell Klan activity shown in meeting minutes, Daily Record articles

Editor’s note: This is the second story in a two-part series about the Roswell Ku Klux Klan. Despite public opinion to the contrary, the Roswell...

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...

Let the piñatas bust; The annual Piñatafest is back at the...

This year's colorful Piñatafest is going to be big, according to organizer Christie Mann. After all, 30 years of celebrating the rich cultural heritage...

Roswell’s version of the KKK only lasted for 10 years

"The Klan" was always a very feared and controversial organization from it's beginnings in American history. Though not well known, Roswell had its own...

Scholarship in name of deceased EMT awarded to ENMU-Roswell students

The parents of an emergency medical technician killed while on duty continue to help pave the way for ENMU-Roswell students working to become paramedics. Three...

Roswell, Ruidoso Boys & Girls Clubs to form partnership

The Roswell Boys & Girls Club, which since 1965 has helped thousands of kids in Roswell, will now get some help of its own. A...

A slimy affair: How rattlesnakes ‘do it’

It was nothing new when a neighbor called and asked me to retrieve a rattlesnake from their premises. But to discover not just one,...

A few lesser-known stories about Billy the Kid; Billy’s story weaves...

One of the most enduring legends in the American West is Billy the Kid. Much has been written about him in books, articles, TV...

Dragonflies and damselflies, oh my! Bitter Lake to host annual Dragonfly...

As you first get a glance of Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge driving east over the crest on Pine Lodge Road, the refuge make...

Successful Texas rancher, businessman, repeats his success in Roswell; One of...

Following is the little-known story of Solon Bolen (S.B.) Owens, who after making his mark in Texas decided to buy land near Roswell and...

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