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 Archives John Kipling, an Englishman, opened one of the first confectionery businesses in Roswell in...

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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 or at the door (Submitted Photo). Take the hand of Peter Pan and let your imagination take...


Concert or camping? Both!

May 22, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

Warm weather is upon us and I’m sure you are pondering the same age-old question I am. What to do first — go camping or go to a concert? Camping sounds great, but without an RV or a major power source, how will you provide music to your campsite for an...


Soulman Al Green: ‘Smooth like butta’

May 15, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

If it’s true that the late James Brown was the Godfather of Soul, then it is equally true that Al Green, who topped the charts in the mid-70s with a series of soul singles, is the Smoothest Human Being to Ever Walk the Face of the Earth. Brown’s...


The Grand Central Hotel: Roswell’s first upscale accommodations

May 15, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

Above and below: The Grand Central Hotel during the days of cattle drives. In other photos the dining room, card room and open bar are shown.       Story and photos courtesy of the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico The first hotel...


Leadership Roswell graduates class of 2016

May 15, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

Leadership Roswell Class of 2016 (Submitted Photo) The Leadership Roswell Class of 2016 graduated at Third Street Station on May 7. Twenty nine students completed the nine month course learning about Roswell, Chaves County and the State of New Mexico. The...


Roswell Film Festival begins Wednesday

May 15, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

A group of students from Dexter on Friday exit the Galaxy 8 movie theater in back of the Roswell Mall, where all the screenings will be held for the Roswell Film Festival (Timothy P. Howsare Photo). For four days at least, Roswell can call itself Tinsel Town...

Sixth annual Walk for Hope slated for May 20

May 8, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

Top: Cesar Perez, 17, with his mother Aracely. Cesar was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in 2013 but is now in remission. He is graduating this year from Roswell High School and plans to attend UNM to become an oncologist Below: Myca Patterson, 11, with...


Memories of Cahoon Park Pool

May 8, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

Photos courtesy of the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico Cahoon Park Pool has been a popular summer attraction in Roswell for more than 80 years. The Roswell City Council voted recently to decommission the pool, citing leaks and other issues that...


Fun time had by all at Healthy Kid’s Walk and Roll

May 8, 2016 • VistasComments (0)

Elementary schools in the district participated in a Walk and Roll to School on Wednesday. The initiative to get kids to exercise is part of Healthy Kids Chaves County. Students walked or road their bikes to school with family and friends. These kids are from...