• APS board named N.M. School Board of Year

    Artesia Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Crit Caton announced Monday that the APS Board of Education will be honored as New Mexico School Board of the…

  • Winter weather not confusing for area camel

    Runyan the camel and Wallace the water buffalo seem to be content with the morning’s snowfall Monday at Runyan Ranches in Mayhill. Runyan and Wallace…

  • Looking Back: Successful Lake Arthur coach gets second title in 1988

    Looking back 40, 30 and 20 years ago, the following are excerpts from the Artesia Daily Press from Nov. 12-18. 40 years ago Nov. 12-18,…

  • Yeso honors veterans with personal display

    Kelli Fraze, back left, a fourth-grade teacher at Yeso Elementry School, poses with her students in front of the wall they decorated in honor of…

  • Home for the holidays

    Fatima Salinas accepts the key to her new home Saturday from Habitat for Humanity board member Kathy Phipps. Salinas’ new home is located at 803…

  • Head Start students salute veterans

    Students in Lori Grado’s Head Start class show off the goodie bags they made for Artesia’s veterans. The students donated some of their Halloween candy…

  • Color the World Orange Day significant for Artesia girl

    Gov. Susana Martinez declared Monday, Nov. 5, “Color the World Orange Day” throughout the state of New Mexico in recognition of Complex Region Pain Syndrome…

  • Season’s first bale of cotton

    Oscar and Gloria Vasquez, right, of Malaga, have grown Eddy County’s first bale of cotton for the season. Also pictured are, from left, Alejandro Zubiate,…

  • Looking Back: Council sets sale price of Christian college in 1988

    Looking back 40, 30 and 20 years ago, the following are excerpts from the Artesia Daily Press from Oct. 29 – Nov. 4. 40 years…

  • AHS Student Council gives to Artesia General

    Members of the Artesia High School Student Council present Julie Gibson, Artesia General Hospital director of business development, far left, with a check for $1,871.09…