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Historically Speaking: Prohibition and bootlegging in Southeast New Mexico

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record To preface this week’s story about prohibition and bootlegging here in Southeast New Mexico, I would like to...

Looking Up: What might we learn from extraterrestrials ?

By Donald Burleson Special to the Daily Record It’s a commonplace observation that, given the sophisticated nature of the UFOs we’ve seen in our skies, the...

Music: Anchors Aweigh

The US Navy concert Band to perform By Christina Stock Vision Editor The United States Navy Concert Band will perform on March 7 at 7 p.m. in...

Spotlight: Joseph returns

Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre celebrates its fifth season with a new spin on "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" By Christina Stock Vision Editor A new cast,...

Comfort food and books for comfort: Chili and football

By Christina Stock Vision editor The football season is over and most fans that were happy or disappointed about the Super Bowl outcome are now on...

Elvis Fleming — in memory

By John LeMay Historian for the Historical Archives for Southeast New Mexico Everyone at the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico is deeply saddened at the...

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: Never discount, dismiss or forget

Commemorative Black History Month program at the library By Christina Stock Vision Editor The public is invited to an afternoon of activities commemorating and celebrating Black History...

Historically Speaking: Only memories remain — the many lives of the...

What is it about old buildings, especially old historic buildings, that pull at our heartstrings when they have to be demolished? Even more, it...

From the Vault: Honoring African-American History

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions February is African-American History Month, so I thought it would be an appropriate time to highlight some of...

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...

Spotlight: Second annual Valentine’s Ball

Chaves County Veterans to host elegant dinner and dance benefitting veterans and their families By Christina Stock Vision Editor Romance is in the air for the Chaves...

Historically Speaking: The Old Timer’s Review — A story collection

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record I thought this week, I would share some lighthearted stories just for fun. These are from “The Old...

Wrong turn to Roswell, Episode 16: A New Life in Roswell...

The children’s story “Wrong Turn to Roswell” by USA Today and The New York Times bestselling author S.E. Smith started with episode 1 and...

Dancing the line between tradition and conceptuality

'A Splinter Forever' exhibit shows the works of Roswell Artist-in-Residence Qwist Joseph By Christina Stock Vision Editor Usually, the lecture for Roswell Artist-in-Residence exhibits are on Fridays....

Traditions reimagined

Stitching together the Hondo River Barn Quilt Trail By Alison Penn Roswell Daily Record A new community development project called the Hondo River Barn Quilt Trail is...

From The Vault: ‘Ghost Dance’ by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions When I go to a contemporary art museum and fall in love with a work of art, the...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Keeping your resolutions, or rather, getting a hobby By Christina Stock Vision Editor Before I start, I want to congratulate you if you are still keeping your...

‘Wrong Turn To Roswell’ — Episode 15: Hello, World!

By S.E. Smith The children’s story, “Wrong Turn to Roswell,” by USA Today and The New York Times bestselling author S.E. Smith started with episode...

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...

‘Hillbilly Scientists’ bring explosive entertainment

The Hillbilly Scientists to perform at Artesia's Ocotillo Performing Arts Center By Christina Stock Vision Editor Gone are the days of children falling asleep when they hear...

Back to Snowy River

Fort Stanton Cave Study Project's October expedition By Lynda A. Sánchez Public outreach liaison Fort Stanton Cave Study Project The main goal for the last four years has...

Historically Speaking

Ghostly houses, heifers and cowboy stories By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Just for fun, I thought I would share this story to start off...

Lubbock artist at Bone Springs Art Space

Ceramic artist Jami White to open exhibit at local gallery By Christina Stock Vision Editor Artist and owner of Bone Springs Art Space, Miranda Howe, was so...

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 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...

What will 2019 bring for Roswell ?

A new year, new plans and old traditions By Christina Stock Vision Editor However you start your new year, there are as many traditions in the world as...

VISION Awards 2018

Vision Awards 2018 By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Vision Awards 2018 started in the Sunday edition, Dec. 30, for the category Theater. Next week, you the...

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...

Gingersnaps cookies and a fairy tale author with a scalpel

By Christina Stock Vision Editor One of the most beloved traditions for families is baking cookies at Christmas and the telling of stories. In my family, the...

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