• APS to dismiss early Wednesday

    The Artesia Public Schools will dismiss early Wednesday, Nov. 4. Students will be dismissed according to the following schedule: Grand Heights Early Childhood Center, 1:05…

  • Wonderfully Wicked: Chez Camille goes villain for Halloween

    Employees at Chez Camille salon proved it’s fun to be bad Friday, dressing up as female villains from Disney movies. From left are Amanda Crook…

  • Clever costumes abound at First American Bank

  • Yates, Expressions get in the spirit

  • The votes are in!

    Check out the winners of the Best of Artesia contest inside the Sunday edition of the Daily Press!

  • Aiding families of military heroes

    Employees of Navajo Refining, HollyFrontier and the Artesia Country Club stand with a $10,000 check made out to Folds of Honor, a foundation providing scholarships…

  • WSCU offers info, opportunities to students

    Hosts of the Western State Colorado University reception pose for a picture Wednesday evening at Hotel Artesia. Attendees were able to network among their peers…

  • Grammy’s honors staff, volunteers with reception

    Members of the community involved in making Grammy’s House a reality partake in goodies Tuesday during the Grammy’s House Domestic Violence Shelter facility tour and…

  • Council postpones majority of agenda due to light attendance

    From the time Mayor Phil Burch began Tuesday’s city council meeting to the time it was all said and done, about 15 minutes had passed.…

  • Students learn drug dangers

    Border Patrol agent Scott Stewart talks to students at Park Junior High School this morning about the consequences of participating in drug use and drug…