• Glenda Gaye d’Entremont

    Glenda Gaye d’Entremont, formerly of Artesia, passed away Saturday, April 13, 2017, at the age of 82. Gaye, as she was known to most, was…

    Updated: 3:10 pm

  • James Lee Hedin

    Services were held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 23, at First Baptist Church of Carlsbad for James Lee Hedin. Hedin, 56, a former resident of…

    Updated: 3:09 pm

  • Time to begin a new chapter…

    The Artesia High School Class of 2017 will hold commencement exercises at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 25, at Bulldog Bowl. The class’ annual Baccalaureate service…

    Updated: 3:29 pm

  • Proposed county sales tax increases would have big impact on Artesia

    The Eddy County Commission will consider three separate tax ordinances during a special meeting this week that – if passed – would effectively raise Artesia’s…

    Updated: 3:27 pm

  • All is well, safely rest: AHS alumnus to sound Taps at Gettysburg National Cemetery

    Jim Little, a 1962 graduate of Artesia High School, will join buglers from across the United States this summer to participate in “100 Nights of…

    Updated: 3:25 pm

  • Thirst Responders Drive a success

        Above, Artesia Fire Marshal Brenden Harvey addresses the students at Grand Heights Early Childhood Center last week during the school’s presentation of gallons…

    Updated: 3:22 pm

  • City council to discuss preliminary budget, announce new police chief today

    The Artesia City Council will return to Council Chambers at City Hall Tuesday with several items on their agenda. The council will discuss and present…

    Updated: 3:21 pm

  • Honored hoopsters

    Members of the 2016-17 Bulldog basketball team receiving special recognition this year pose with their awards. They are, from left, Alan Cosio, Most Improved; Bryce…

    Updated: 3:20 pm

  • Public Forum: Taxpayers ‘should not stand by’ and accept county’s proposed hikes

    TO THE EDITOR: There is bad news on the horizon even after the County Commission passed their interim budget for Fiscal Year 2017-18 on Tuesday.…

    Updated: 3:18 pm

  • Public Forum: APD grateful for National Police Week support

    TO THE EDITOR: In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls…

    Updated: 3:16 pm