Friends: Teaching with food — becoming a cultural anthropologist, part 1

By Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record Studying cultural anthropology in Germany is not always an easy task — maybe that’s also true in the...

Historically Speaking: The amigo of ‘Billy the Kid’

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record I love to share the old stories about our local history, especially if those old stories are about...

From the Vault: Native American art

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Roswell Museum and Art Center When someone mentions Native American art, what do you think of first? Beadwork? Baskets?...

Reflections on MLK’s life and legacy

Martin Luther King Jr. was kicked, beaten and jailed for the color of his skin. His response to the horrors happening to him was...

Goddard wins one for the ages

Sports Editor’s note: Covering this story and writing about the young ladies that helped make the Goddard volleyball team into the Team of the...

Zoo holds grand reopening for visitors

The Spring River Zoo has reopened to visitors for weekend hours after 10 months of closure due to the pandemic. Since March, the zoo has...

City approves more airline fee waivers

The city of Roswell will waive an estimated $109,000 in aircraft storage fees for American Airlines Inc., the City Council decided at its Thursday...

Week Ahead

Monday Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Government offices closed for federal holiday. Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell closed. Tuesday Roswell City Council Public Safety Committee, 4:30 p.m., Meeting...

Torres Small reflects on her time in Congress

Former US Rep: ‘Deeply concerned’ in aftermath of attack on US Capitol A week after her term in Congress ended, former U.S. Rep. Xochitl Torres...

Chamber of Commerce takes new direction for community in 2021

After a tumultuous 2020, the Roswell Chamber of Commerce is taking a new direction, signified by appointing its now-former chairwoman of the board of...

Ongoing need for donors during National Blood Donor Month

Albuquerque — Vitalant is encouraging people to help meet the ongoing need for blood, platelets and convalescent plasma by resolving to donate this January,...

County to reopen administrative center

Chaves County will reopen its administrative offices to the public Tuesday after two months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Chaves County Administrative...