• Covenant Children’s Dental Clinic to close doors in October

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Covenant Health System announced that Artesia’s Covenant Community Outreach Children’s Dental Clinic will close its doors in October.

  • Decades Day

  • Green new Daily Press editor

    ARTESIA — Brienne Green, long-time sports editor of the Artesia Daily Press, has been promoted to the position of editor.

  • Habitat Care-A-Vanners set to roll into Artesia

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Habitat for Humanity International’s RV Care-A-Vanners will be rolling into Artesia next week to help build the future home of a local family in need.

  • Drought spells hard times for dairy industry

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Even though the cost of a gallon of milk is high, currently in the ballpark of $3.50, it’s a tough time to be in the dairy industry.

  • APD seeking robbery suspect

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer The Artesia Police Department is currently attempting to narrow down a list of suspects after two larceny incidents occurred in the homes of elderly people Tuesday.

  • County board postpones redistricting

    Plan on hold pending citizens’ review By TYLER GREEN Daily Press Staff Writer The Eddy County Board of Commissioners chose to postpone the implementation of a redistricting plan following a special commission meeting Tuesday in Artesia.

  • Woodbine proposes rule amendments

    Cemetery would allow items on gravesites with some stipulations By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer The City of Artesia Cemetery Board met Monday to approve a proposal for a rule change at Woodbine Cemetery regarding personal decorations at gravesites.

  • NMSU-C unveils Allied Health Center

    By TYLER GREEN Daily Press Staff Writer New Mexico State University in Carlsbad welcomed members of the public to tour the newly constructed Allied Health and University Transfer Center at the campus.

  • Marine retiring after 20 years

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer As Capt. Johnny Luévano prepares to retire from the U.S. Marine Corps, he is taking with him 20 years of memories created with fellow servicemen.