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Bulldogs bring home No. 28 • Artesia takes state championship with 49-21 win over Belen

 

Layout 1By BRIENNE GREEN
Sports Editor
There was something about the 2014 Bulldog football team. A sense of destiny, one might say, but that would imply things fell neatly and effortlessly in place for them. That wasn’t so. It was more a sense of purpose. Read the rest of this entry »

Arts council hosts 10th Annual Gingerbread House Workshop

Clockwise from left, Shane Helton, Bayleigh Helton, Karen Helton, Braden Helton, Katie Larsen, Norrie Larsen, Brooklyn Fuentes and Kyla Helton are up to their elbows in gumdrops, pretzels, fluff and candy canes Saturday during the Artesia Arts Council’s Gingerbread House Workshop at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center.  Grace Miller - Daily Press

Clockwise from left, Shane Helton, Bayleigh Helton, Karen Helton, Braden Helton, Katie Larsen, Norrie Larsen, Brooklyn Fuentes and Kyla Helton are up to their elbows in gumdrops, pretzels, fluff and candy canes Saturday during the Artesia Arts Council’s Gingerbread House Workshop at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center. Grace Miller – Daily Press

By GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
The Artesia Arts Council’s 10th Annual Gingerbread House Workshop saw waves of participants come through Saturday morning to build their very own gingerbread house for the holidays. Read the rest of this entry »

Law enforcement officers honored for DWI arrests

By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
Members of Eddy County’s law enforcement agencies were honored Saturday for their DWI arrests made over the course of the year. Read the rest of this entry »

Arts council announces hiring of new executive director

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Mark Amo

ARTESIA — The Artesia Arts Council has announced the hiring of a new executive director to oversee the organization’s day-to-day operations as well as the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center. Read the rest of this entry »

Downtown packed for Light Up Artesia • Parade of Lights ushers in Santa, evening of fun

Artesians turned out in droves Thursday evening to the downtown district for Artesia MainStreet and the Chamber of Commerce’s annual Light Up Artesia event. The fun began with the Parade of Lights, followed by late-night shopping, food, and a long line of children waiting to see Santa Claus at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center. At right, Mrs. Claus and her elves wave from their sleigh during the light parade. At left, Nadia Hernandez tells Santa what she would like for Christmas.  Brienne Green - Daily Press

Artesians turned out in droves Thursday evening to the downtown district for Artesia MainStreet and the Chamber of Commerce’s annual Light Up Artesia event. The fun began with the Parade of Lights, followed by late-night shopping, food, and a long line of children waiting to see Santa Claus at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center. At Top, Mrs. Claus and her elves wave from their sleigh during the light parade. At Below, Nadia Hernandez tells Santa what she would like for Christmas. Brienne Green – Daily Press

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