• Artesia boys top Silver, Deming

    By BRIENNE GREEN Sports Editor Following a nailbiter of a one-point victory over Silver City Friday evening, the Artesia Bulldogs were confident they had run their “bus legs” off and would be ready to go for Part II of an important weekend of Class 4A basketball.

  • Plans presented for Baish Park renovation

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Artesia MainStreet’s Rebecca Prendergrast and architect Jose Zelaya presented plans for the renovation of Baish Memorial Park during the city council meeting Tuesday night.

  • Students earn positions in All-State Band

  • APS school board accepting nominations for new member

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Current Artesia Public Schools board members Carolyn Shearman and Jeff Bowman will run uncontested during the 2011 biennial school board elections.

  • Russell Floore show celebrating young artists

    ARTESIA — The Artesia Historical Museum and Art Center Foundation’s Russell Floore Memorial Art Show is up and running once again, this year with a youthful twist.

  • Town clock vandalized

  • Lady ‘Dogs win two at home

    By BRIENNE GREEN Sports Editor After leading the Lady Wildcats of Deming by varying degrees throughout the entirety of Saturday afternoon’s ballgame at Bulldog Pit, the Lady Bulldogs found themselves down by two with 6:48 to go in the fourth quarter and the ‘Cats seemingly on a roll.

  • Bulldogs go 1-1 at Ram Shootout

    By BRIENNE GREEN Sports Editor It was a rollercoaster weekend for the Runnin’ ‘Dogs basketball team at the Ram Shootout in Portales.

  • Run aground

  • AHS drop-off lane