• Vandals can’t kill time in Artesia

    By TYLER GREEN Daily Press Staff Writer The town clock was reinstalled at the corner of Seventh and Main streets on Monday after an act of vandalism that occurred around New Year’s Eve essentially killed the clock.

  • 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.