Quilters make masks for hospitals

Members of the Pecos Valley Quilters and other crafters have put aside their usual projects to help keep Chaves County medical clinics stocked with...

Comfort Food and Books for Comfort: The basics

Bread and art — Panem et artis By Christina Stock Vision Editor With the nation on lockdown to slow down the spreading of COVID-19, this might be...

Having a sci-fi mindset

By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record For this month’s post, I felt I really needed to talk about the subject that’s top of the...

Looking Up: UFOs are definitely here, but why?

By Donald Burleson Special to the Daily Record Unidentified flying objects have long been seen in our skies. In terms of reliable eyewitness accounts, radar tracks...

Historically Speaking: The flu epidemic — we’ve been here before

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record I know by now everyone is getting weary of hearing the word pandemic. It is scary and yes,...

Spotlight: The zoo is going live

Spring River Zoo adapts to regulations amid COVID-19 social distancing, starts online presentations By Christina Stock Vision Editor The city of Roswell has closed all parks, including...

Hike It and Spike It postponed until 2021

The organizers of one of Roswell’s largest tourist draws have decided that the annual event will be canceled for 2020 due to concerns about...

3 new COVID-19 cases reported locally

State officials Sunday announced another 17 positive tests for COVID-19 and New Mexico’s second death from the virus. The latest figures bring the overall number...

On Vietnam War Veterans Day, local veteran looks back

Like the photographs themselves, the names of the men have faded from memory over the years, but he remembers where they were from. Albuquerque, Ohio,...

Goddard trio make all-district team

Sniff. Sniff. Sniff. Other basketball coaches in District 4-4A are starting to smell what Goddard girls basketball coach Jared Neighbors is cooking with his...

‘Virtual’ First Friday planned

People can't gather in downtown stores or eateries for the time being, but MainStreet Roswell is promoting a “virtual” First Friday for April. It is...

City announces hours for taking calls

Beginning Monday, city of Roswell offices that have remained operational will have staff present to receive phone calls from the public from 7 a.m....