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Adobe Rose named Business of the Month

Adobe Rose Restaurant owner Tom Winters, center left, accepts a designation from Artesia Trailblazers President Jessie Brownfield this morning after Trailblazers and members of the Artesia Chamber of Commerce surprised the local eatery with the Business of the Month award for April. “I would like to take this opportunity to appreciate the folks that are making the trip around the construction to continue to support the restaurant,” said Winters. Pictured from left are chef Chloe Winters, Mia Morales, Cody Connor, Amanda Hernandez, David Grousnick, Winters, Brownfield, Perry Troublefield, Kandel Gray, Hope Kraft and Kelcey McCaleb.  Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Adobe Rose Restaurant owner Tom Winters, center left, accepts a designation from Artesia Trailblazers President Jessie Brownfield this morning after Trailblazers and members of the Artesia Chamber of Commerce surprised the local eatery with the Business of the Month award for April. “I would like to take this opportunity to appreciate the folks that are making the trip around the construction to continue to support the restaurant,” said Winters. Pictured from left are chef Chloe Winters, Mia Morales, Cody Connor, Amanda Hernandez, David Grousnick, Winters, Brownfield, Perry Troublefield, Kandel Gray, Hope Kraft and Kelcey McCaleb. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Animal ordinance, GRT hearings today • Commission to hear public opinion in Carlsbad with options to vote or table

By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
The Eddy County Commission will hold a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. today in Commission Chambers at the Eddy County Administration Complex, 101 W. Greene St. in Carlsbad, for a public hearing and possible vote on two ordinances: O-14-79, the Eddy County Animal Ordinance, and O-14-80, the Eddy County Hold Harmless Gross Receipts Tax. Read the rest of this entry »

Council to hold hearing, vote on water ordinance

By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
The Artesia City Council will make a decision at its 6 p.m. meeting today on whether or not to pass a water ordinance for the City of Artesia. The meeting will be at City Hall, 511 W. Texas Ave. Read the rest of this entry »

Successful week at state for Artesia FFA

Members of the Artesia FFA display their awards following the state competition last weekend in Las Cruces. Pictured are, front row from left, Ben Beverage, Tori Null, Mackenna Smoot, Kellan Bennett, Marisol Renteria, DeLaney Hanagan, Taisha Perea, Maegan Lemon, Joy Menefee, Kriston Bruton, Madison Hathorn, center row from left, Mike Hanagan, advisor, Preston McKee, Tyler Coons, Sabrina Wilson, Kyler Bowerman, Teagan Archer, Dana Thalman, Leanna Ashe, Emily Weddige, Bayli Avery, Lauren Johnson, Jeffrey Fisk, Elizabeth Pentoha, advisor, back row from left, Monte Avery, advisor, Bryce Bowerman, Cooper Rickman, J.D. Runyan, David Scott, Wyatt Kishur, Cooper Hall, Jeffrey Fanning, Baylee Presley, Stran Hammond and Wesley Burnett. Not pictured are Michaela Phipps, Sage Morris and Donna Solt.  Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Members of the Artesia FFA display their awards following the state competition last weekend in Las Cruces. Pictured are, front row from left, Ben Beverage, Tori Null, Mackenna Smoot, Kellan Bennett, Marisol Renteria, DeLaney Hanagan, Taisha Perea, Maegan Lemon, Joy Menefee, Kriston Bruton, Madison Hathorn, center row from left, Mike Hanagan, advisor, Preston McKee, Tyler Coons, Sabrina Wilson, Kyler Bowerman, Teagan Archer, Dana Thalman, Leanna Ashe, Emily Weddige, Bayli Avery, Lauren Johnson, Jeffrey Fisk, Elizabeth Pentoha, advisor, back row from left, Monte Avery, advisor, Bryce Bowerman, Cooper Rickman, J.D. Runyan, David Scott, Wyatt Kishur, Cooper Hall, Jeffrey Fanning, Baylee Presley, Stran Hammond and Wesley Burnett. Not pictured are Michaela Phipps, Sage Morris and Donna Solt. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

By DONNA SOLT
Artesia FFA Chapter Reporter
Artesia FFA had a very successful week at the 2015 state CDE judging contests, bringing home first place in both the  Forestry – Wyatt Kishur, Cooper Rickman, J.D. Runyan and Marisol Renteria – and Wildlife – Bryce Bowerman, Sabrina Wilson, Preston McKee and Ben Beverage – contests. Read the rest of this entry »

APS step closer to new administration building at former site of natatorium

By TERESA LEMON
Community Living Editor
The Artesia Public Schools Board of Education approved a work order Monday for site of the previous Artesia High School Natatorium on Bulldog Boulevard. Read the rest of this entry »