• Artesia Quilters Guild exhibit opens July 19

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Local quilters are sewing in their final stitches just in time for the annual Artesia Quilters Guild exhibit at the Artesia Historical Museum and Art Center.

  • Late rally keeps fireworks show out of the red

    By ELIZABETH LEWIS Daily Press Correspondent The Chamber of Commerce asked the residents of Artesia, like they do every year, to donate money for the extravagant fireworks display held Monday night at Jaycee Park.

  • Aiming to be the best

  • Fire destroys uninsured man’s home

    By ELIZABETH LEWIS Daily Press Correspondent Raymond Jones was in Roswell returning a U-Haul truck he had rented to move into his new trailer home.

  • Main Street magic

    Each year, many Artesians celebrate the Fourth of July by bringing their families, pets and lawn chairs to Main Street to watch the street turn into a patriotic celebration.

  • SHILO wins Battle of Bands

  • US goalkeeper signed by top German club

    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — U.S. goalkeeper David Yelldell Bayer has been signed by top German team Leverkusen. He had been playing for Duisburg in Germany’s second division.

  • Tenuous target

  • Chase Foundation Community Service Initiative is a success

    By TYLER GREEN Daily Press Staff Writer After three days working in over 100-degree temperatures, the Chase Scholars have finished wiping the sweat from their brows and have fulfilled a portion of their commitment to the Mack Chase family who gave the nearly 90 Artesia High School graduates a scholarship to help pay for their college educations.

  • New hairstyle apparently sends Artesia man into rage

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer A preliminary hearing has been set for an Artesia man accused of terrorizing and threatening a woman at gunpoint.