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Census planning efforts underway

The prospect of counting every person in a country as expansive as ours might seem, especially in the planning stages, like an earth-to-the-moon endeavor....

Survey: Nearly half of Americans believe in aliens

Nearly half of Americans believe in aliens, and almost as many believe aliens are visiting earth, according to a survey. However, less than 20...

Some history that won’t be lost

History can be easily lost. It happens all the time, for all sorts of reasons. Nature overtakes a structure that decades or centuries ago...

Disappearance of UK’s ‘spectacular’ UFO photo

Hanging on the wall near the British government’s UFO desk was what one of the men who occupied that desk called “the most spectacular...

Erosion of trust in media damages democracy

An important case came before the courts in 1734 in New York City. A libel case was brought against the “New York Weekly Journal”...

UFOs in the news as festival nears

It’s almost July. Most years, Roswell can begin — right about now — to feel like the center of the never-ending worldwide conversation about...

Opportunity awaits Spring River Park & Zoo

Having a zoological network encompassing China, Japan, Taiwan, South Africa, Mauritius, Caribbean, and United States, I can safely say the attention Spring River Park...

The generosity of RDR readers shines

An older gentleman came by our office last week, and in many ways, he embodied the indomitable, charitable spirit of Roswell. The gentleman said he...

Debates over education policy worth having

New Mexico is not the only place where there’s currently an election on. Not coincidentally, it’s one of many places where public education —...

UFO polling reveals Americans’ views

I’ve been preoccupied over the past couple of weeks by some recently released polling data, though not the kind you might think. I enjoy prognostications...

Windfall presents its own challenges

Discussions about how government can and should work for the people, who alternately benefit from its machinery and find themselves at its mercy, almost...

Spielberg offered to aid in UN UFO effort

Steven Spielberg is really into UFOs. This is not too hard to imagine given movies like “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” “ET: The...

No mystery what draws many to festival

Two memorable experiences I’ve had with objects in flight, of initially indeterminate identity and origin, left me with very different, but equally lingering, impressions. In...

UFOs hot topic, being taken seriously in Washington DC

While enjoying the annual UFO festival in Roswell, New Mexico this weekend, perhaps the most significant difference between this year’s event and past festivals...

America has been blessed with visionary leaders

Each year as we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, I like to take the opportunity to thank the editor of this paper, and share with...

Never forget the importance of agriculture

When it comes to weighing the importance to society of specific professions, how they stack up can depend on who you ask. It could...

People will always value real information

For many who grew up prior to widespread availability of the internet, it’s difficult to imagine a life that doesn’t involve reading long-form pieces...

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