• Indian Country officers honored at ceremony

    By ROB LARSON Daily Press Staff Writer To honor the law enforcement officers who gave their lives serving Indian Country and to add two fallen officers to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center’s Indian Law Enforcement Memorial, the 22nd Annual Indian County Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Service was held Thursday at the FLETC.

  • FFA members recognized

  • Creating connections

  • Digital media projects to go on display at Ocotillo

    By ROB LARSON Daily Press Staff Writer Art can be anywhere. It can be on canvases, on filmstrips, and, as New Mexico State University Assistant Professor Tiffany Pascal has taught Artesia High School students for the past semester, it can be on computer screens.

  • Indian Country officers honored

  • AGH employees receive awards

  • Macker by moonlight

  • Repaving ongoing on three-mile stretch of 26th Street

    By ROB LARSON Daily Press Staff Writer Potholes, be gone. Last Monday, the Eddy County Road Department began repaving a three-mile stretch of 26th Street, from U.S. 285 to Richey Avenue. According to North Eddy County Road Foreman Ray Romero, road crews will be paving the road with microsurface, a “reliable” road surface that is…

  • Ground broken on Canyon Stone Apartments

  • Two-car accident