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Downhome fun at J&J

 The “hillbilly gang” of J&J Home Care puts on their prettiest smiles for the camera this morning. They are, from left, Ben Harvey, Tamara Chavez, Della Milligan, Becky Muniz, Sanjuana Torres, Joyce Munoz and Jarrod Earl. Teresa Lemon - Daily Press


The “hillbilly gang” of J&J Home Care puts on their prettiest smiles for the camera this morning. They are, from left, Ben Harvey, Tamara Chavez, Della Milligan, Becky Muniz, Sanjuana Torres, Joyce Munoz and Jarrod Earl.
Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Mack welcomes Halloween

Mack the Bulldog, the bronze statue at the corner of Seventh and Main streets, was spotted getting in the Halloween spirit this morning. The Bulldogs themselves will travel to Roswell today for a 7 p.m. District 4-AAAAA game against Goddard, and citizens are reminded that trick-or-treating will take place Saturday evening. Teresa Lemon - Daily Press

Mack the Bulldog, the bronze statue at the corner of Seventh and Main streets, was spotted getting in the Halloween spirit this morning. The Bulldogs themselves will travel to Roswell today for a 7 p.m. District 4-AAAAA game against Goddard, and citizens are reminded that trick-or-treating will take place Saturday evening.
Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Pumpkins helping to raise money for Habitat

Employees from the Artesia Do-It Center have divided into five teams and decorated pumpkins to help raise money for Habitat for Humanity, which recently suffered the loss of some of their tools due to theft. The creative creations are on display now through Nov. 1 at the Do-It Center, 1801 W. Main St. The public is invited to vote for their favorites at a cost of 25 cents per vote. According to Branch Manager Dean Goodman, all proceeds will be matched by the Roswell Do-It Center. Pictured above from left, Cheyenne Duncan, Cristy Gonzales, Jessica West and Jonathan Lopez pose with the jack-o-lanterns they helped create. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Employees from the Artesia Do-It Center have divided into five teams and decorated pumpkins to help raise money for Habitat for Humanity, which recently suffered the loss of some of their tools due to theft. The creative creations are on display now through Nov. 1 at the Do-It Center, 1801 W. Main St. The public is invited to vote for their favorites at a cost of 25 cents per vote. According to Branch Manager Dean Goodman, all proceeds will be matched by the Roswell Do-It Center. Pictured above from left, Cheyenne Duncan, Cristy Gonzales, Jessica West and Jonathan Lopez pose with the jack-o-lanterns they helped create.
Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Pumpkin Glow set for today

10-30-PGARTESIA — The Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Habitat for Humanity will host the annual Pumpkin Glow today. Read the rest of this entry »

San Pedro Center announces Medicaid delay

Some residents covered by Medicaid to be displaced while certification is reestablished
ARTESIA — Preferred Care Partners Management Group, L.P., (PCPMG) has announced that certification for participation in the New Mexico Medicaid program will be delayed for residents of the San Pedro Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, formerly Heartland Care. Read the rest of this entry »