• Thirst Responders Drive’ a success

  • Artesians urged to beware of phone scam

    By ROB LARSON Daily Press Staff Writer According to Commander Lindell Smith of the Artesia Police Department, a phone scam has surfaced in Artesia. Those carrying out the phone scam are seeking personal information and debit card numbers in order to gain access to victims’ bank accounts.

  • Ride for Bikes awards inaugural scholarships

    ARTESIA — Ride for Bikes, the Christmas bike charity, is proud to announce the two inaugural winners of its Ride to Meet the Challenge Scholarship. The two students who will receive the 2013 scholarship are Destiny Lopez and Brayan DeHaro, both graduates of Artesia High School.

  • ‘If you can dodge a wrench…’

  • Library gearing up for Summer Reading Program

    ARTESIA — The 2013 Summer Reading Program at the Artesia Public Library will begin Tuesday, May 28, and end Friday, July 26. This year’s program will feature fun event, presentations and prizes.

  • Gifts for Mom

  • Chase touts potential of newly formed GOAL Advocacy

    By ROB LARSON Daily Press Staff Writer As a member of GOAL Advocacy’s board of directors, Artesia’s Chance Chase is excited to start educating the public about the oil, gas and agricultural industries as well as “promote policies and common-sense solutions that create jobs and strengthen our economy.”

  • Cowboy Round-Up

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  • Student-athletes receive free physicals at AGH

    By ROB LARSON Daily Press Staff Writer For the fourth consecutive year, Artesia General Hospital provided student-athletes in grades 7-12 living in both Artesia and Lake Arthur the opportunity to receive a free sports physical.

  • Battle of the Books