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Vehicle loses wheel in traffic

A white Ford Expedition sits incapacitated in the area of 13th and Main streets Wednesday after losing its wheel. According to an Artesia Police Department Community Service Officer on scene, the driver was proceeding toward the intersection when the lug nuts on the back right tire sheared off. The tire rolled off of the car and into the parking lot of Terry’s Electronics and Home Center. No injuries were reported.  Ben Theobald – Daily Press

A white Ford Expedition sits incapacitated in the area of 13th and Main streets Wednesday after losing its wheel. According to an Artesia Police Department Community Service Officer on scene, the driver was proceeding toward the intersection when the lug nuts on the back right tire sheared off. The tire rolled off of the car and into the parking lot of Terry’s Electronics and Home Center. No injuries were reported. Ben Theobald – Daily Press

Council acts on possible housing project • Qualification of funding for limited partnership approved

By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
The Artesia City Council approved a resolution Tuesday that authorized the qualification of funding for a limited partnership with Chelsea Investment Corporation and the Eastern Regional Housing Authority for the Roselawn Manor Affordable Housing Project. Read the rest of this entry »

Daily Press facade undergoing construction • Pardon the mess at the Press

Workers with Double C Construction continue to remove stucco this afternoon from the awning on the front of the Artesia Daily Press offices at 503 W. Main St. The construction became necessary last year when a portion of the awning became compromised and began to sag over the sidewalk below. The current awning is being removed, and further renovation to the front of the building will be conducted in the future.  Teresa Lemon - Daily Press

Workers with Double C Construction continue to remove stucco this afternoon from the awning on the front of the Artesia Daily Press offices at 503 W. Main St. The construction became necessary last year when a portion of the awning became compromised and began to sag over the sidewalk below. The current awning is being removed, and further renovation to the front of the building will be conducted in the future. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

Changing lives one family at a time • Habitat for Humanity of Artesia celebrates completion of 10th home

From left, Maria Martinez Lara holding granddaughter Lyndah, daughter Laura, and two sons Jesus and Abraham, pose for a photo Sunday during the dedication of their new home.  Grace Miller – Daily Press

From left, Maria Martinez Lara holding granddaughter Lyndah, daughter Laura, and two sons Jesus and Abraham, pose for a photo Sunday during the dedication of their new home. Grace Miller – Daily Press

By GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
Habitat for Humanity of Artesia celebrated the completion of its 10th home Sunday, a milestone made even more special by the help of the organization’s volunteers. Read the rest of this entry »

Shop Artesia drawing winners announced

ARTESIA — The winners of the Chamber of Commerce’s Chamber Bucks drawing have been announced. Read the rest of this entry »