• Ride for Bikes Christmas Bike Build another resounding success

    What began with one man, a huge heart, a desire to give back to his community, and 42 bikes in 2005 has grown into an…

  • Artesia teens charged with shooting at or from vehicle

    ARTESIA — A pair of Artesia teens are awaiting preliminary examination in connection with instances of shooting at or from a motor vehicle. On Nov.…

  • Artesia man arrested on DWI, assault upon a peace officer charges

    ARTESIA — An Artesia man was arrested on DWI and assault upon a peace officer charges after attempting to resist officers after he was pulled…

  • All-State band students

    Members of the Artesia High School band who won a chair by audition in the All-State Honor Band are, from left, Miguel Martinez Jr., tuba,…

  • Forty-day enrollment in APS down from 2018 but no shortage of teachers

    Misty McSpadden was named the Tate Branch Success Maker for the month of October during Monday’s meeting of the APS Board. McSpadden is a special…

  • Artesia students honor local veterans

    Inclement weather may have moved Artesia’s Veterans’ Day Ceremony from Baish Veterans’ Park indoors to the Artesia High School gym, but local students warmed hearts…

  • Local salon enjoys Halloween fun

    Employees of Expressions salon, 1102 N. First St., got in the Halloween spirit Thursday by dressing up in a variety of creative costumes. Pictured are…

  • Choirs’ Bulldogs on Revue a success

    The Artesia High School and Park Junior High School choirs held their annual Bulldogs on Revue production last week, with a packed house both nights…

  • Trick or Treat Main Street

    Witches and vampires, ghosts and goblins, Hogwarts students and baby sharks… all of these and much more converged on downtown Artesia Saturday for the annual…

  • FLETC celebrates 30 years in Artesia

    The Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) celebrated 30 years in operation in Artesia Friday at its Richey Avenue campus. The Artesia FLETC acquired the…