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Banding together for Artesia’s homeless • Local musicians to perform benefit concert for On the Move

ARTESIA — Local musicians the Joel Gothard Band will perform this week to benefit On the Move, a local organization devoted to aiding Artesia’s homeless. Read the rest of this entry »

Heritage Walkway receiving makeover

3-1-HeritageBy BRIENNE GREEN
Daily Press Editor
Over the past few years, with the growing popularity of the Artesia Arts Council’s summer outdoor movie series and the arrival of Yum Yum Yogurt next door, Heritage Walkway has become a popular place for Artesians to relax and enjoy the atmosphere created by the walkway’s murals and tiled fountains. Read the rest of this entry »

Main Event celebrating 18th year

Vehicles such as this 1929 Ford Model A Briggs Body Town Sedan belonging to Richard and Janice Champion of Artesia and being renovated by Frank Hammond of the Artesia Car Enthusiasts, along with a car belonging to Babe Ruth, will be featured at this year’s Main Event Car Show and Cruise.  Ben Theobald - Daily Press

Vehicles such as this 1929 Ford Model A Briggs Body Town Sedan belonging to Richard and Janice Champion of Artesia and being renovated by Frank Hammond of the Artesia Car Enthusiasts, along with a car belonging to Babe Ruth, will be featured at this year’s Main Event Car Show and Cruise. Ben Theobald – Daily Press

By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
The Artesia Car Enthusiasts (ACE) and Artesia MainStreet will hold the 18th Annual Main Event Show and Cruise Friday, March 27, and Saturday, March 28, at Heritage Plaza in downtown Artesia. Read the rest of this entry »

Library to mark first anniversary with month of events

3-1-LibraryARTESIA — MARCHiversary, a month-long celebration commemorating the first anniversary of the Artesia Public Library’s grand opening in March 2014, kicks off Monday, March 2. Read the rest of this entry »

Law enforcement honored for service

Above, Artesia Police Chief Don Raley accepts an appreciation plaque on behalf of the APD from Sarah Mitchell, left, Artesia Drug & Crime Coalition program coordinator, and Nancy Husselman, ADCC director. At left, Fire Chief J.D. Hummingbird accepts a plaque from Mitchell on behalf of the Artesia Fire Department.  Ben Theobald - Daily Press

Below, Artesia Police Chief Don Raley accepts an appreciation plaque on behalf of the APD from Sarah Mitchell, left, Artesia Drug & Crime Coalition program coordinator, and Nancy Husselman, ADCC director. Above, Fire Chief J.D. Hummingbird accepts a plaque from Mitchell on behalf of the Artesia Fire Department. Ben Theobald – Daily Press

2-27-LawEnforcementAppreciationBy BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
The Artesia public honored those who serve in law enforcement and emergency services Thursday evening by holding an appreciation event at First Presbyterian Church. The event was organized by the Artesia Drug & Crime Coalition. Read the rest of this entry »