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Championship teams honored at 2014 Homecoming

The undefeated state champion 1974 Bulldog football team stands at midfield Friday during halftime of the 2014 Homecoming game at Bulldog Bowl as a list of their accomplishments is read to an enthusiastic crowd. In recognition of their unique achievement, members of the 1964, ‘74, ‘84, ‘94 and ‘04 title-winning teams were honored and presented with commemorative coins. See Page 4 for additional photos. Brienne Green - Daily Press

The undefeated state champion 1974 Bulldog football team stands at midfield Friday during halftime of the 2014 Homecoming game at Bulldog Bowl as a list of their accomplishments is read to an enthusiastic crowd. In recognition of their unique achievement, members of the 1964, ‘74, ‘84, ‘94 and ‘04 title-winning teams were honored and presented with commemorative coins. See Page 4 for additional photos. Brienne Green – Daily Press

Top Chef • Winters named Chef of the Year by NMRA

9-21-ChloeBy BRIENNE GREEN
Sports Editor
Over the past 22 months, Artesia has become well aware of the culinary coup that is the Adobe Rose Restaurant. Now, the rest of the state is, too. Read the rest of this entry »

Homecoming royalty

Artesia High School Homecoming Queen Tiffany Cano is presented to the crowd Friday at Bulldog Bowl, escorted by Keaton Salgado.  Brienne Green - Daily Press

Artesia High School Homecoming Queen Tiffany Cano is presented to the crowd Friday at Bulldog Bowl, escorted by Keaton Salgado. Brienne Green – Daily Press

Workers stranded near Artesia rescued; one man killed near Loving

ARTESIA (AP) — The National Guard rescued 40 oilfield workers who became stranded near Artesia Friday due to floodwaters from remnants of Hurricane Odile. Read the rest of this entry »

Proclamation honors championship achievement

Brandon Messick – Daily Press From left, Mike Phipps, Dr. Crit Caton, Cooper Henderson, Mayor Phillip Burch, Vernon Asbill and Raye Miller stand at Bulldog Bowl as Burch delivers a mayoral proclamation celebrating a 50-year tradition of decennial championships.

Brandon Messick – Daily Press
From left, Mike Phipps, Dr. Crit Caton, Cooper Henderson, Mayor Phillip Burch, Vernon Asbill and Raye Miller stand at Bulldog Bowl as Burch delivers a mayoral proclamation celebrating a 50-year tradition of decennial championships.

By BRANDON MESSICK
Daily Press Staff Writer
Artesia Mayor Phillip Burch delivered a proclamation Thursday afternoon in celebration of an achievement by the Artesia High School Bulldog football team that spans 50 years. Read the rest of this entry »