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Path’s hard to follow, easy to see

It’s been difficult to watch in recent weeks as many of the things that lend our city its unique character have been muted by...

One thing’s for sure, spirits walk among

As a UFO investigator, I started out my adventures investigating UFO crash sites like Roswell and Aztec, New Mexico and Cape Girardeau, Missouri, but...

Each fall a reminder of football’s lasting appeal

Every place I’ve been, people have told me, “Football is big here” — and every place I’ve been, that’s been 100 percent accurate. Sure, I...

Apply scam warnings to ‘fake news’

• If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. • Take the time to investigate outlandish claims. • Don’t rush into making a...

Air Force denies close encounters of the Roswell kind

The movie, “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” originally released in November 1977, has become a cult classic, not only to UFO investigators like...

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...

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...

Moving line between believable/not

There was a time, not long ago, when reports of the unusual were more ... unusual. And by that I don’t mean more bizarre,...

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....

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...

Recognizing the importance of vigilance

Most arrests take place after a criminal act or enterprise has found its victim: Someone’s already been injured or wronged in some way and...

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...

Opposition to harmful newsprint tariffs grows

There’s an issue on which members of the state’s congressional delegation, including the two vying to become New Mexico’s next governor, were recently able...

A few great books about baseball

Years ago I attended a banquet of some sort, I don’t remember its function, and during the course of making polite conversation with people...

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...

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,...

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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