• First Folio in final days on display

    The First Folio, an original collection of William Shakespeare’s plays published in 1623, sits on display at the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa…

  • Artesians get creative at final Recycled Workshop

            Above, cousins Kiara Kennemur and Katie Hesser cut recycled t-shirts in order to create Mohawk hats during the Artesia Historical Museum…

  • Caverns elevator repair moved to May

    Carlsbad Caverns National Park officials say they plan to have a temporary solution for the lack of elevators at the park by May. The temporary…

  • Special hunter education camp offered at ranch near Carlsbad

    The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is offering a special hunter education camp where youth can receive hands-on training and earn their hunter…

  • Council holds final pre-election meeting

    The Artesia City Council met for the last time Tuesday in its current incarnation, with the 2016 Municipal Election approaching March 1. During the meeting,…

  • City council candidate profiles

    The Daily Press reached out to candidates vying for seats on the Artesia City Council this general election for their thoughts on the issues facing…

  • Navajo, track teams giving back

    Bob O’Brien, plant manager with HollyFrontier/Navajo Refining Company, presents a check to the Artesia High School Bulldog and Lady Bulldog track teams Friday afternoon at…

  • Mayor recognizes National FFA Week in Artesia

    Mayor Phillip Burch declared Feb. 20-27 as FFA Week in Artesia Monday, surrounded by officers with the Artesia FFA Chapter. Each year, FFA chapters around…

  • Looking Back: Artesia FFA Chapter largest in the state in 1996

    Looking back 40, 30 and 20 years ago, the following are excerpts from the Artesia Daily Press from Feb. 21-27. 40 years ago Feb. 21‐27,…

  • City council candidate profiles: Part 1

    The Daily Press reached out to candidates vying for seats on the Artesia City Council this general election for their thoughts on the issues facing…