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    May 22, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

    Photos courtesy of the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico Though it got off to a slow start, Kiplings Confectionery became famous all over the Southwest for its fine candies.   Submitted by Janice Dunnahoo Historical Society for Southeast NM...

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    Studio+ brings the beloved childhood story of Peter Pan to life

    May 22, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

    The cast of “Peter Pan.” Performance takes place at 6 p.m. on May 27 and 28 at Pearson Auditorium. Tickets are $15 and $20 and available at tututix.com/roswelldance or at the door (Submitted Photo). Take the hand of Peter Pan and let your imagination take...

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    Jazz Ed. 101: Defining the art form

    May 8, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

    Welcome to Jazz About Town! Monthly installments will be covering a wide variety of jazz related topics. We plan to keep you informed about the music’s colorful history, the lives of its important creators, composers and performers and information about...

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    Local iris show honors late charter member of Pecos Valley Iris Society

    May 1, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

    Above: Bob and Joyce Hutchings won best specimen and runner-up best specimen on April 23 at the Pecos Valley Iris Society annual show. Center: Best design and best design runner-up were won by Pegi Naranjo-Smith.  Bottom: Some of the entries for artistic...

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    The things she taught us

    May 1, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

    Sara Lund Bonney with daughter Elsie Bonney feeding chickens in the snow in White Oaks, circa 1900. (Photo courtesy of Donna Ikard) Life and times of Roswell’s first female teacher, Sara Lund Bonney By Donna Ikard Special to the Daily Record The first...

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    St. Mary’s Hospital — 1905

    April 23, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

    The original St. Mary’s Hospital was established in 1905 and was located at South Main and Chisum streets. The county administration building and Chaves County Sheriff’s Office are now at that location. Before 1905, the nearest hospital was 60 miles from...

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    Hobbs museum welcomes all to the Titanic

    April 20, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

    All photos and images Courtesy of “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition”   Submitted to the Hobbs News-Sun HOBBS — An elegant perfume bottle. A perfectly preserved pair of men’s socks. The personal belongings of those who boarded the RMS...

  • ‘Derby Day’ will benefit RMAC

    April 17, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

    The Roswell Museum and Art Center Foundation is excited to host its sixth annual Kentucky Derby Event. Aside from watching “the most exciting two minutes in sports, snacking on savory traditional derby treats prepared by Tinnie Mercantile Store and Deli,...

  • michael francis

    April is Jazz Appreciation Month

    April 16, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

    Welcome to Jazz About Town! Monthly installments will be covering a wide variety of jazz related topics. We plan to keep you informed about the music’s colorful history, the lives of its important creators, composers and performers and information about...

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    East Grand Plains: Past and present

    April 16, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

    Above: An apple harvest during the 1930s in East Grand Plains. Below: Apple picking time in the 1930s. Bottom: Cows graze new East Grand Plains School (Photo courtesy of Morgan Nelson) This is the last in a four-part series on local history from the...