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Artesian joins in the wearin’ of the green

O’Mack the Bulldog, adorned in his leprechaun garb, guards his golden treasure in front of Ralph Nix Exploration this morning at Seventh and Main streets. Artesians throughout the city could be spotted decked out in the traditional green of Ireland, and those who forgot presumably felt the pinch.  Teresa Lemon - Daily Press

O’Mack the Bulldog, adorned in his leprechaun garb, guards his golden treasure in front of Ralph Nix Exploration this morning at Seventh and Main streets. Artesians throughout the city could be spotted decked out in the traditional green of Ireland, and those who forgot presumably felt the pinch. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

‘At some point, they’ve done their part’ • Pearce discusses veteran, military issues

PearceSteveBy BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
Congressman Steve Pearce (R-N.M.) visited the Daily Press Thursday to discuss issues currently facing New Mexico’s veterans. Read the rest of this entry »

Final phase of 13th Street Reconstruction Project set to begin Monday (One more time…)

The fourth and final phase of the 13th Street Reconstruction Project will begin Monday around the intersection of 13th Street and Richey Avenue. The project, primarily centered around updating the city’s aging infrastructure, began Oct. 15, 2013, and various portions of 13th Street have been closed since as the phases were completed and changes made, such as installing a turning lane at the entrance to Artesia General Hospital and reducing the formerly four-lane portion of 13th to two with a turning lane. The fourth phase is expected to last four months. Motorists are asked to pay attention to traffic control signs and detours.  Brienne Green - Daily Press

The fourth and final phase of the 13th Street Reconstruction Project will begin Monday around the intersection of 13th Street and Richey Avenue. The project, primarily centered around updating the city’s aging infrastructure, began Oct. 15, 2013, and various portions of 13th Street have been closed since as the phases were completed and changes made, such as installing a turning lane at the entrance to Artesia General Hospital and reducing the formerly four-lane portion of 13th to two with a turning lane. The fourth phase is expected to last four months. Motorists are asked to pay attention to traffic control signs and detours. Brienne Green – Daily Press

Turn off that Alarm Clock!

Artesia Public Schools Spring Break  March 16-20 (classes resume March 23)

Artesia Public Schools Spring Break
March 16-20
(classes resume March 23)

December post office box thefts still under investigation

By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
An incident that occurred in December involving thefts from 16 outdoor mailboxes at the Artesia Post Office is still under investigation. Read the rest of this entry »

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