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Mainstream: Could UFOs be Russian or Chinese?

The UFO topic is being taken much more seriously these days. The issue is being discussed by lawmakers in Washington D.C., Department of Defense...

City assists in finding a solution for homelessness

Like many other communities, homelessness has been a part of Roswell for a long time. It is not a new problem and it is...

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...

Best gift I ever got came at Thanksgiving

The best gift I ever received didn’t come on a birthday or at Christmas. It came right around Thanksgiving, not a holiday often associated...

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...

Western wildfires burn with surprising speed

No one wants to see more of any sort of natural disaster. Unfortunately, in recent years we’ve witnessed an increase in any number of...

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...

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...

Sister airports a perfect match

There may have been a point in human history when conspiracy theories were rare. But that would have been very, very early on. Seeing...

Getting stronger every day; Vistas editor describes his near-death experience, then...

As many of you know, I suffered a series of grand mal seizures on March 16 that put me in a coma for a...

Going past the warning signs at Area 51

Nearly three-quarters of a million people (As of this writing) have signed up to storm one the U.S. government’s most mysterious bases on Sept....

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...

Collaborating to beat COVID-19

By Dr. Thom Mason, Dr. Jason Mitchell, and Dr. David R. Scrase As COVID-19 began to spread throughout the United States, New Mexico’s public health...

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...

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 —...

US attorney discusses partnerships, violent crime

The federal government has prosecutorial jurisdiction over major crimes committed on the state’s Indian reservations, which means the U.S. attorney’s office — working alongside...

The time when UFOs invaded Washington DC

Many times people ask, “If aliens are here, why don’t they land on the White House lawn?” Well, you may be surprised to know,...

Wealth of options a good problem to have

If you were told you had only one sentence — or more challenging still, just a single image, a logo or photo — to...

Seniors, go until you hear the whistle

This is for every football player that is about to start their senior year. This column is for the senior athlete that needs hope,...

It’s time to resolve the Roswell mystery of 1947

As every citizen of Roswell knows, the city is at the center of one of the greatest mysteries of all time. In 1947, something...

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