• Council approves cell phone policy, Safety Pays awards

    By ROB LARSON Daily Press Staff Writer Human Resources Director Bill Thalman approached the Artesia City Council Tuesday with a plan to put into effect a new cell phone and personal device policy as well as to gain approval for the payout of the “Safety Pays” program for Artesia’s public employees.

  • APD seeks missing man

  • Navajo briefs community on turnaround

    By ROB LARSON Daily Press Staff Writer To openly discuss Navajo Refining’s hiring of 1,000 temporary employees for the plant’s upcoming turnaround, Navajo Vice President and Refinery Manager Michael McKee and other refinery staff members held a community briefing Tuesday night at Hotel Artesia.

  • Board recognizes Central for Blue Ribbon award

  • Council approves adding ‘In God We Trust’ to city logo

    By ROB LARSON Daily Press Staff Writer At their only meeting for the month of December as well as the final meeting of the year, the Artesia City Council met Tuesday night to unanimously approve a resolution to add “In God We Trust” to Artesia’s city logo.

  • Local shop Bella Cruz burglarized

    By ROB LARSON Daily Press Staff Writer According to initial reports from the Artesia Police Department, Bella Cruz, a local shop located at 511 S. 13th St., was burglarized early Tuesday.

  • Devon rewards Zia for science prowess

  • Donate a Toy Month

  • Morning accident

  • Have a heart