• Pair of Monday breaches leave residents without service

    By EMIL WHITIS Daily Press Staff Writer Several streets were blocked and some residents forced to go without water Monday as a result of two water main breaches on the same water line. The breaches occurred just 11 days after a water main ruptured on 10th Street between Richardson and Grand avenues.

  • APD receives Federal grant

    By EMIL WHITIS Daily Press Staff Writer The Artesia Police Department (APD) has been awarded a $189,000 grant from the federal government through the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS).

  • Watch D.O.G.S pizza night at Grand Heights has good turnout

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Grand Heights Early Childhood Development Center kicked off a new program promoting male involvement in schools on Thursday night.

  • NEE: Navajo misleading public

    Group claims oil industry leaders promote ‘fear mongering’ By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer A senior policy advisor with a group proposing a cap on greenhouse gas emissions in New Mexico said Tuesday that oil and gas industry leaders opposing the plan are misleading and scaring the public in order to rally opposition.

  • Needed renovation

    A city worker tears up the east driveway at Artesia Fire Department today. The project is in its third day and AFD Chief J.D. Hummingbird said it is expected to take anywhere from four to six more days before concrete is poured and the endeavor completed. Hummingbird said the project was undertaken because the 30-year-old…

  • Medical pioneer

    Lauer brings an all new medical specialty to Artesia By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer For the first time in the town’s history, Artesia General Hospital has a full-time cardiologist on staff.

  • Fourth grade rodeo

  • Wastewater plant expansion nears completion

    By EMIL WHITIS Daily Press Staff Writer The $12 million wastewater treatment plant expansion project is quickly nearing completion — “ahead of schedule and under budget.”

  • Alcohol, drug and tobacco use down among students

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer According to one survey, New Mexico youth is slowly stepping away from drugs, alcohol and tobacco.

  • City moves to foreclose on former Court building

    By EMIL WHITIS Daily Press Staff Writer In a unanimous vote, the Artesia City Council moved to foreclose on their lien against the old Artesia Municipal Court building located at 611 W. Mahone Dr.