The logo and contents of this entire issue and all prior issues, including photos, are protected by all pertinent copyright laws.
It is also a Bonney issue. Many of the pieces pertain to the history of William H. Bonney, both past and current events, or relate to Lincoln County history.
This HOME Page is reserved for the Table of Contents (see below), which lists all of the articles on each of the category/pages, in this current issue. It also has important notices, timely tidbits, and other things just for the fun of it.
FOCUS Page is usually reserved for feature photos, stories and articles about Roswell and regional areas of New Mexico, or current events.
* Dead Famous — relates the adventures of the British “Dead Famous” TV film crew during their January visit to Lincoln County to interview BTKOG president, Joe Hesseling, and film their segment on Billy the Kid, to be televised soon in the USA on the Discovery Channel.
* New Mexico’s Rose Parade Float — Two articles by syndicated columnist Jay Miller, which previously appeared in various New Mexico newspapers, accompanied by photos from Joe Miccalizzi’s Rose Parade Float website–reprinted herein by permission of Jay Miller and Joe Miccalizzi.
* USDA’s Current Drought Maps of New Mexico, effective January 13, 2006
Water — our state’s most important resource — continues to be a serious issue. Years of inadequate moisture continues to cause drought conditions throughout most of the state. BYWAYS Page is usually (but not always) reserved for exploration of scenic and historical places in and near Roswell and all around New Mexico. Come share the Enchantment.
BYWAYS Page is usually reserved for exploration of scenic and historical places in and near Roswell and all around New Mexico. Come share the Enchantment.
* Billy the Kid Rides Again —Two articles by Jay Miller, previously published in various New Mexico newspapers, are reprinted here, with the author’s permission. These cover current events pertaining to the ongoing Billy saga.
* Naantali, Finland — Article by Kaarina Jager about the extensive tourism training that she has taken in the past several months in her hometown of Naantali.
* A Bonney Ballad — A bit of Billy the Kid history put to rhyme.
We continue to explore Billy “The Kid” Bonney’s Origins, a subject that remains a mystery. That exploration is often, but not always, found on the Byways Page. Click Archives button to look at prior issues. Also in this issue, current controversies concerning Billy are explored by Jay Miller on the Byway page. LIFESTYLES Page features people and groups of people who have affected Roswell, its outlying areas or the state of New Mexico, now and long ago. Sometimes it also features lifestyles of the not too distant past in essays. Varied lifestyle subjects of interest, such as elder care, health and fitness, and investments will also be featured in some issues.
In this issue’s LIFESTYLE Page:
In this issue’s INDUSTRY Page:
* REDTT — Rural Economic Development Through Tourism–what is it all about? Check it out.
* TOURISM Showcase for Southeast New Mexico — To be held in Roswell on March 28 and 29. Read all about it and plan to attend. OPINION Page is mostly reserved for editorials, essays, short stories, poetry and emails.
* Did you know that a website and its contents, like a book manuscript, is an Intellectual Property? It can be stolen, sold or purchased.
* An explanation of why this web magazine had no new issues for 2 years.
* Some insights and suggestions, herein if you are considering starting your own website.
NEWS Page (currently “under construction”) sometimes has links to news-stories in other publications.
LEGISLATION Page (currently “under construction”) usually lists some legislative bills introduced in both houses during the current sessions, following them as they are introduced and processed through to their final resolutions. Internet links are provided for full descriptions of the bills. This page is only maintained during Legislative sessions.
ARCHIVES Page holds, for easy retrieval of Roswell Web Magazine’s prior issues.
This issue provides information about some of the bills in this ‘2006 session, including some of those signed by the governor. This page was updated March 10, 2006.