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First American grillmasters cooking up free hot dogs

Shaun Weaver, IT specialist, John Bain, division manager, and Ed Gage, accounting, of First American Bank prepare to grill and serve hot dogs to the public as part of today’s MARCHiversary events at the Artesia Public Library.   Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Shaun Weaver, IT specialist, John Bain, division manager, and Ed Gage, accounting, of First American Bank prepare to grill and serve hot dogs to the public as part of today’s MARCHiversary events at the Artesia Public Library. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Grand reopening for local shop

Arturo Casillas, owner of Kouros & Kore, prepares for the grand reopening of his women’s apparel and accessories shop. The celebration will begin with a ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. Saturday at K&K’s new location, 325 W. Main St.  Teresa Lemon - Daily Press

Arturo Casillas, owner of Kouros & Kore, prepares for the grand reopening of his women’s apparel and accessories shop. The celebration will begin with a ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. Saturday at K&K’s new location, 325 W. Main St. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Signs of the season around Artesia

Daffodils bloom alongside Easter decorations on the first official day of Spring this morning in the yard of a local residence. The new season is projected to get off to a soggy start in Artesia, with showers and isolated thunderstorms forecast for Saturday.  Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Daffodils bloom alongside Easter decorations on the first official day of Spring this morning in the yard of a local residence. The new season is projected to get off to a soggy start in Artesia, with showers and isolated thunderstorms forecast for Saturday. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Suspect charged after pursuit at Abo Apartments

By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
An Artesia Police Department officer engaged in a brief pursuit at the Abo Apartments on 10th Street Tuesday that ended in charges of possession and resisting an officer. Read the rest of this entry »

Vehicle damages local clinic

The driver of a turquoise Ford Windstar accidentally drove into part of the Memorial Family Practice building this morning at Artesia General Hospital. According to a Community Service Officer on the scene, the driver pulled into a parking space in front of Memorial Family Practice and instead of stepping on the brake pedal, accidentally stepped on the gas, ramming the car into the building. There were no injuries in the accident. The sheet rock on the outside of the building was knocked off and the damage pushed inside the building.  Ben Theobald – Daily Press

The driver of a turquoise Ford Windstar accidentally drove into part of the Memorial Family Practice building this morning at Artesia General Hospital. According to a Community Service Officer on the scene, the driver pulled into a parking space in front of Memorial Family Practice and instead of stepping on the brake pedal, accidentally stepped on the gas, ramming the car into the building. There were no injuries in the accident. The sheet rock on the outside of the building was knocked off and the damage pushed inside the building. Ben Theobald – Daily Press