• The tortoise and the scare

    Bolson nearly an endangered species By TYLER GREEN Daily Press Staff Writer The Living Desert State Park in Carlsbad is working to restore a population of tortoises that were once common in the Chihuahuan desert in the United States.

  • The Wright way is the wrong way

    By TIM MENICUTCH Daily Press Editor Jesse and Mary Wright made an unplanned stop at a hot spot on their way home to Roswell after an appointment in Artesia on Wednesday afternoon.

  • When the roof meets the road

    County mulls company’s new asphalt product made from recycled shingles By TYLER GREEN Daily Press Staff Writer Eddy County will be applying for a grant on behalf of a private-sector company in an attempt to minimize the amount of asphalt roofing material entering the landfill.

  • Public hearing on lizard to be held in Roswell

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Those with a voice in the Sand Dune Lizard controversy will have a chance to be heard this month.

  • Rash of bad checks in Artesia

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Police are investigating seven separate check fraud cases in Artesia.

  • Appreciation station

  • New crop signing up for kindergarten

  • New city director of infrastructure brings wealth of experience to job

    By TYLER GREEN Daily Press Staff Writer The City of Artesia has hired a new director of infrastructure to oversee city departments.

  • Want homegrown chiles? Now is time to plant

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer For those craving homegrown green chile, the time to plant is now.

  • Report shows southeastern New Mexicans in poor health

    Special to the Daily Press Southeastern New Mexico has been found to have the poorest health status in the state.