• Flags fly for fallen soldiers

  • Songwriter sensation

  • Counselor calls it quits

    After 29 years at AHS, Williams will be missed By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer After 29 years at Artesia High School, Leah Williams is saying goodbye. Williams will retire from the senior guidance counselor position at AHS, and according to Superintendent Mike Phipps, she will be missed.

  • Aunt: Teen missing after graduation has died

    JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) — A teenager believed to be ejected or sucked from his father’s car on the way home from graduation in the massive Joplin tornado last week is dead.

  • 2011 Artesia High School Graduation

  • Artesia pair gathering donations for tornado victims

    They plan to deliver relief items June 9 By TYLER GREEN Daily Press Staff Writer As rescue and recovery work continues in tornado-ravaged Joplin, Mo., relief efforts are under way in Artesia thanks to two local citizens with ties to the battered town.

  • Graduation ceremonies tonight

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer By the time the commencement exercises at Bulldog Bowl come to a close tonight, a total of 188 students will have walked across the stage.

  • A perfect 5

  • Medicine for the soul

    Summer reading program starts June 1 By ELIZABETH LEWIS Daily Press Correspondent The Artesia Public Library is geared up to challenge students as well as adults with its annual Summer Reading Program.

  • Architect presents plans for new library

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Progress is continuing on plans for a new public library in Artesia.