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RDR dedicated to Roswell

Newspapers and those who print them often find themselves near the center of local life. That’s been the case for as long as newspapers have...

City manager gives six-month review

At the latest City Council meeting Oct. 12, a six-month review of departmental activities was presented. I will share here a few of the...

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...

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...

Use time to shape the new normal

There are all sorts of suggestions out there for what to do with time spent at home during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Of course...

The storm that has your number

Each year, when the first round of truly wintry weather arrives, I think back to a desert I decided to drive across years ago,...

Coronavirus arrives in New Mexico

We’re in unprecedented territory in terms of reaction to the ongoing spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19. The president’s travel ban, then declaration of...

Addicts are capable of choosing to live and conquer

Does the substance kill the addict, or does the addict kill themselves? This very controversial question has become so common in 2017 that it’s...

Plan aimed at protecting precious resource

When people hear the words “recommended reading” they have an expectation of what comes next. A list of interesting or thrilling reads provided by...

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....

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...

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...

Newspapers in Education supplies tools for teaching

Every school year, the Roswell Daily Record and the Roswell Independent School District collaborate on Newspapers in Education to use the newspaper as a...

Remembering RDR publisher Robert Beck

A young new couple had moved to town. The man was a decorated Air Force pilot. The beautiful young lady was the daughter of...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Researcher to teach UFO continuing education course

Chris Rutkowski is a science writer and UFO researcher. He has authored several books on UFOs and has also taught courses on the subject. Next...

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