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Folk duo visits library

Hungrytown, comprised of husband and wife Ken Anderson and Rebecca Hall, perform Thursday at the Artesia Public Library. The duo stopped in Artesia to share an evening of their haunting folk and Americana music, which has been featured on the IFC hit series “Portlandia.” Hungrytown’s new album, “Further West,” is scheduled for an April release.  Brienne Green – Daily Press

Hungrytown, comprised of husband and wife Ken Anderson and Rebecca Hall, perform Thursday at the Artesia Public Library. The duo stopped in Artesia to share an evening of their haunting folk and Americana music, which has been featured on the IFC hit series “Portlandia.” Hungrytown’s new album, “Further West,” is scheduled for an April release. Brienne Green – Daily Press

Council to consider zone change, review audit

ARTESIA — The Artesia City Council will open the floor to the public for comment on a potential zone change on South 20th Street and review the City of Artesia’s 2014-15 audit at its Tuesday, Feb. 24, meeting. Read the rest of this entry »

Nope – it’s a car wash

Speculation as to what the site that has recently gone under development near the northwest corner of the Wal-Mart parking lot might yield ran wild this week, with most citizens hoping for a chain restaurant, as is typically the norm for areas adjacent Wal-Mart stores. Rumors ranged from Wing Stop to Applebee’s, Chili’s to Papa Murphy’s. But citizens hungry for something new were foiled again; the Chamber of Commerce reports the lot will be the home of a car wash.  Brienne Green – Daily Press

Speculation as to what the site that has recently gone under development near the northwest corner of the Wal-Mart parking lot might yield ran wild this week, with most citizens hoping for a chain restaurant, as is typically the norm for areas adjacent Wal-Mart stores. Rumors ranged from Wing Stop to Applebee’s, Chili’s to Papa Murphy’s. But citizens hungry for something new were foiled again; the Chamber of Commerce reports the lot will be the home of a car wash. Brienne Green – Daily Press

London issues statement on IRS dispute

By SCOTT LONDON
Eddy County Sheriff
I’m Scott London, sheriff of Eddy County. In light of all that has transpired recently here in Eddy County surrounding my opposition to the IRS seizure and sale of Mr. Kent Carter’s properties here in Carlsbad, I felt obligated to disclose what happened, what I learned, and what ultimately led to my decision to stand down and allow the sale to occur. Read the rest of this entry »

Man charged with DWI after striking parked car, fleeing scene

By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
An Artesia man is under arrest charged with DWI following an incident that took place Thursday in the area of Grand Avenue and Seventh Street. Read the rest of this entry »