• Wet ‘n’ Wild Ride

  • Inaugural Wet ‘n’ Wild Ride dripped with fun

    ARTESIA — The Wet ‘n’ Wild Ride had 165 registered runners, walkers, skaters and bikers who dared to brave the water gauntlet June 29 in the first annual event, sponsored by the Ride for Bikes Christmas bike charity.

  • Twenty years of service

  • Club raising funds for Morillon

  • Verizon expands service in southeastern New Mexico

    ARTESIA — Verizon Wireless has expanded the nation’s largest 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network and the nation’s largest and most reliable 3G and voice network to southeastern New Mexico.

  • Artesia PD joins Crime Stoppers

    ARTESIA — The Artesia Police Department has joined ranks with other law enforcement agencies in Eddy County and is now a part of Crime Stoppers of Eddy County.

  • Harwell wins breakaway title at NJHFR

    ARTESIA — Competing against rodeo athletes from 41 states, five Canadian provinces and Australia at the world’s largest junior high rodeo, Kaitlyn Harwell of Pinon took the national championship last month in Gallup in girls’ breakaway roping.

  • County fair entry forms due Monday

    ARTESIA — Eddy County residents are reminded that the deadline for entry for the majority of events in the upcoming Eddy County Fair is Monday, July 8.

  • Wilburn leaves paw print on Artesia’s hearts

    By GRACE MILLER Daily Press Staff Writer The clock ticks, he shoots – and he scores…

  • Artesia Health Resources plans expansion

    By GRACE MILLER Daily Press Staff Writer The City of Artesia and Presbyterian Medical Services (PMS) have been awarded funds to proceed with an expansion of Artesia Health Resources (AHR).