• Stand with Israel event set for Tuesday at OPAC

    ARTESIA — Lev HaOlam founder Nati Rom of Israel will speak Tuesday at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center on current issues facing the Israeli people…

  • Artesia native to perform piano recital Sept. 5

    ARTESIA — Artesia native and accomplished pianist Jacob De Hoyos will return to his hometown Sept. 5 to perform a solo recital at the Ocotillo…

  • 7024U gives special thanks to local businesses

    We would like to thank Tate Branch and HollyFrontier for making this school year a little bit easier for our youth and their families. Through…

  • Turn off the lights and they’ll glow

    Scouts and other local girls work to piece together glowing jewelry Friday evening during the Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest’s Back-to-School GlowFest at the…

  • Severe drought fades away in N.M.

    ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — It’s been more than four years since New Mexico’s drought picture has looked this good, and parts of the state are gearing…

  • Artesia among top five small‐city websites

    Eddy County tied for 12th in FOG’s review of city, county internet presences

  • Date for hearing on county GRT to be set next week

    CARLSBAD — The Eddy County Commission was unable to add discussion on the rescheduling of its postponed Hold Harmless Gross Receipts Tax (GRT) public hearing…

  • Work continues on auditorium upgrade

    Work is continuing on the installation of a new HVAC system at the Artesia High School Auditorium. At its most recent meeting, the Artesia Public…

  • Library grand prize winners

    Amber Baker displays the HP Streaming Laptop she won for taking first place in the Artesia Public Library’s Adult Summer Reading Program “Who’s your hero?”…

  • Public hearing on county GRT ordinance postponed

    ARTESIA — Due to language discrepancies in the Eddy County Commission’s proposed Hold Harmless Gross Receipts Tax (GRT) ordinance, the public hearing and special meeting…