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Event to look at domestic violence from victims’ perspective

Daily Press File Photo

Daily Press File Photo

ARTESIA — Grammy’s House and the Artesia Police Department are sponsoring a presentation titled “Why We Stay” intended to provide perspective on the difficulties faced by victims of domestic violence. Read the rest of this entry »

Art in the park

Margaret Barry of Maggie’s Farm and Fiber, Carlsbad, knits fresh-off-the-needle items in her booth Saturday at Art in the Park. A wide variety of artisans, crafters and food vendors took place in the annual event presented by the Artesia Arts Council. Festival-goers were treated to cool temperatures thanks to a brief morning rain, making the browsing pleasant. See Page 7 for additional photos.  Brienne Green - Daily Press

Margaret Barry of Maggie’s Farm and Fiber, Carlsbad, knits fresh-off-the-needle items in her booth Saturday at Art in the Park. A wide variety of artisans, crafters and food vendors took place in the annual event presented by the Artesia Arts Council. Festival-goers were treated to cool temperatures thanks to a brief morning rain, making the browsing pleasant. See Page 7 for additional photos. Brienne Green – Daily Press

Kindergarteners take grand tour of Bulldog Bowl

Grace Miller - Daily Press

Grace Miller – Daily Press

By GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
Grand Heights Early Childhood Center classes made their way to Bulldog Bowl Wednesday for their annual field trip, designed to teach them a little of what it means to be a Bulldog. Read the rest of this entry »

Battery victim transported to Lubbock

ARTESIA — An assault and battery incident that took place Saturday morning in the area of Zia Intermediate School resulted in a male being airlifted to Lubbock, Texas. Read the rest of this entry »

Grammy’s House recognizes family of volunteers

Bottom row from left, Elena Harvey, Vanessa Harvey with Carmen Harvey, and Adrienne Harvey are joined by Grammy’s House staff, top row from left, Celina Bryant, Joyce Lloyd and Crystal Sanchez-Mancha. The Harveys were nominated by Grammy’s for the New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence Community Hero award.   Grace Miller – Daily Press

Bottom row from left, Elena Harvey, Vanessa Harvey with Carmen Harvey, and Adrienne Harvey are joined by Grammy’s House staff, top row from left, Celina Bryant, Joyce Lloyd and Crystal Sanchez-Mancha. The Harveys were nominated by Grammy’s for the New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence Community Hero award. Grace Miller – Daily Press

By GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
Ben and Vanessa Harvey and their three daughters, Elena, Carmen and Adrienne, have been recognized by Grammy’s House and the New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NMCADV) for providing volunteer services to Artesia’s domestic violence shelter. Read the rest of this entry »