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Letter: Will image of guns held aloft be part of city’s...

Many were outraged by the picture in the Daily Record of the city council meeting where a councilwoman had the sheriff and deputy hold...

Letter: Democrats should discourage illegal immigration

ICE (Immigration & Customs Enforcement) began rounding up the first of a million illegal aliens who’ve had their day in court and are cleared...

Letter: Attitudes an obstacle to stopping pollution

I applaud the recent (column) by Ms. Kaitlyn Ware for Millennial Voices, and agree that unless the pollution of our planet is stopped soon,...

Letter: Whether you’re voting yes or no, you should vote

Having over the last 13 years attended probably a majority of committee and city council meetings I have developed very strong opinions based on...

Letter – Crisis underscores state of health care

A recent article by The Guardian writer Ankita Rao, titled “US private health insurance companies clog system amid Covid-19 pandemic,” underscores abysmal state of...

Letter: Don’t turn Roswell into a ‘fool’s paradise’

The letter to the editor by Barbara Walsh regarding the proposed shutdown of the city’s library, museum, golf course and zoo was spot on....

Letter: What is the real China Syndrome?

China is known as the People’s Republic of China (PRC), but in reality, it is controlled by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The COVID-19...

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,...

Congressman looking for answers on UFOs

Days after my column on UFOs becoming a hot topic in Washington D.C., a congressman has written a letter to the secretary of the...

An act to sustain local journalism

There are communities across the U.S. that have been forced to navigate the pandemic and 2020’s other challenges without local media in place to...

US should invest in energy, not war

In his letter published in the RDR’s July 9 edition, John Yates expressed his concern of the undermining of our energy security by the...

Back-to-school carnival a success

Wings for L.I.F.E.’s 10th annual Back-to-School Carnival and backpack giveaway was held Aug. 6. There were carnival games for children of all ages, prizes, craft...

Caption misrepresents purpose of petition

On Saturday, Feb. 17, the Record printed a photo of some of the concerned citizens who attended a candlelight vigil in response to the...

Circuses should be abolished

I wrote a letter that encouraged a more humane and naturalistic environment for Roswell’s zoo animals. In response to the gentleman’s letter who asked if...

Why are taxes so complicated?

Why do income taxes have to be so complicated? All businesses, for-profit or nonprofit, could pay a simple gross receipts tax. This would be a...

Wish granted for shooting victim

Nathaniel Tavarez’ wish was granted by the New Mexico Wish Chapter. As one of the wish grantors, I would like to take this opportunity...

Make an arborium at old pool site

Hello, I read the article on revamping the old pool site and would like to make a suggestion. There is already a lovely lotus pond...

Honest citizen returns ATM card

On Feb. 26, I was at an ATM machine at about 6:30 p.m. and after I took care of my business, I inadvertently drove off and...

Revocation of clearances by no means shocking

Discontinuing (revoking) one’s security clearance. Shocking? Atrocious? Unthinkable? I think not. During my 28 years in the U.S. Army I had many occasions to...

Remarks on the level of security here on Oct. 26

I attended the Republican rally on Oct. 26. I was carrying a protest poster, and a doorkeeper told me I could not enter the...

Letter: Let’s have an honest conversation about immigration

In his letter saying there’s no need for a wall on our southern border, the writer called President Trump a xenophobe and a fascist...

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