• New children’s resale boutique opens

    Members of the Artesia Trailblazers and Artesia Chamber of Commerce join staff of Mina Rue’s Children’s Resale Boutique Monday for a ribbon cutting celebrating the…

  • Lady ‘Dogs come up short of Cavegirls

    If not for a six-minute letdown late in the first half Tuesday at the Mack Chase Athletic Complex, the Lady Bulldog soccer team might have…

  • Bulldogs unable to find rhythm in loss to Carlsbad

    It’s one thing to lose to a higher-classification opponent in soccer. That, for the most part, is often expected in a sport where not only…

  • Artesia netters top Hobbs in four on road

    The Bulldog netters picked up another solid win over a quality Class 5A opponent Tuesday on the road, defeating the Eagles of Hobbs in four…

  • Four-way stop to be installed at 17th, Washington

    The City of Artesia is working this week to install a four-way stop at the intersection of 17th Street and Washington Avenue, pictured above. Motorists…

  • Looking Back: City of Artesia eliminates parking meters in 1978

    Looking back 40, 30 and 20 years ago, the following are excerpts from the Artesia Daily Press from Sept. 17-23. 40 years ago Sept. 17-23,…

  • Ernest L. Carroll

    It is with great sadness that the family of Ernest L. Carroll announces his passing Friday, Sept. 14, 2018, at the age of 68. Ernest…

  • ‘Dogs set off Homecoming crowd, put it all together in win over Deming

    For three consecutive games, the Bulldog football team had appeared to be teetering on the brink of its capabilities. Two frustrating, fourth-quarter losses to Carlsbad…

  • Lady ‘Dogs sweep 5A weekend at home

    The Lady Bulldog soccer team’s play this weekend at the Mack Chase Athletic Complex may not always have been as clean as head coach Tim…

  • Bulldogs just short of handing Clovis first loss

    There’ve been times in the past when the simple knowledge of heading into a match against an undefeated opponent in a higher class would have…