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Council sets date to discuss water issue • Two employees to attend ‘Build a Pool’ conference

By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
Water conservation was the focus once again at Tuesday’s meeting of the Artesia City Council. Read the rest of this entry »

Fire breaks out at residential home on Cannon

By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
A fire broke out Tuesday evening at a residence in the 900 block of West Cannon Avenue. Read the rest of this entry »

Chamber prepping for Santa Fe Business Day

Artesia Chamber of Commerce staff members Vickie Grousnick and Kelcey McCaleb prepare goodie bags for the annual Santa Fe Business Day being held Feb. 2. The chamber staff will host a booth representing Artesia and its business community and are seeking additional local businesses wishing to have their services advertised to a broad statewide network. For more information, call the chamber 746-2744 or deliver promotional items to 107 N. First St.  Grace Miller – Daily Press

Artesia Chamber of Commerce staff members Vickie Grousnick and Kelcey McCaleb prepare goodie bags for the annual Santa Fe Business Day being held Feb. 2. The chamber staff will host a booth representing Artesia and its business community and are seeking additional local businesses wishing to have their services advertised to a broad statewide network. For more information, call the chamber 746-2744 or deliver promotional items to 107 N. First St. Grace Miller – Daily Press

Drive-by on Mann Avenue under investigation

By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer

The Artesia Police Department is investigating an incident of shots fired in the early morning hours Sunday on Mann Avenue. Read the rest of this entry »

United Way reaches goal

Members of the North Eddy County United Way Board of Directors, from left, Sheila Fisher, Julie Gibson, Shannon Johnson, David Grousnick, Leah Boone and David Taylor, pose with the fully red chile signifying the organization has met its fundraising goal for 2015 and will be able to assist a total of 15 local organizations with funding.  Grace Miller – Daily Press

Members of the North Eddy County United Way Board of Directors, from left, Sheila Fisher, Julie Gibson, Shannon Johnson, David Grousnick, Leah Boone and David Taylor, pose with the fully red chile signifying the organization has met its fundraising goal for 2015 and will be able to assist a total of 15 local organizations with funding. Grace Miller – Daily Press