• Bulldogs top Cavemen by 15, 70-55

    By BRIENNE GREEN Sports Editor On Jan. 18 in Carlsbad, the Bulldogs found themselves the victims of Murphy’s Law.

  • Sweetheart Concert to crown princesses

  • Snow day sledders

  • Yeso class sends care package to troops

    By SAMANTHA MORIN For the Daily Press Melody Stubblefield’s second-grade class at Yeso Elementary School is sending a special Valentine to the troops.

  • Lady Bulldogs win District 4-AAAA opener

    By BRIENNE GREEN Sports Editor Following an extremely low-scoring first half Tuesday at Bulldog Pit, it looked as though the District 4-AAAA-opening matchup between the Lady Bulldogs and the Goddard Lady Rockets could be anybody’s game.

  • ‘Dogs come up eight points short of Rockets

    By BRIENNE GREEN Sports Editor Heading into the fourth quarter Tuesday at Bulldog Pit, the Runnin’ ‘Dogs looked to be in prime position to pull out a win in their District 4-AAAA opener.

  • Doctor: Be proactive with heart health

    BY ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Denver-based heart specialist Jeffrey L. Boone spoke to Artesia business professionals and area physicians on Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce to encourage an approach to heart health that he believes could someday eliminate the disease.

  • Xcel Energy asks New Mexico customers to curb electricity use

    ROSWELL, N.M. – Xcel Energy is asking electric customers in eastern New Mexico to conserve energy because of expected high demand on the area’s electric distribution system.

  • Local salon honors customer’s birthday

  • Carlsbad woman charged with multiple drug-related crimes

    BY ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer Rebecca Calderon, 26, was arrested Thursday and charged with three separate drug-related crimes after police allegedly discovered marijuana, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia in her vehicle.