• 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

  • New year, new services for health care clinic

    Yucca Healthcare Center looks to grow practice, increase care access By TYLER GREEN Daily Press Staff Writer Yucca Healthcare Center is entering the New Year with a goal of increasing access to health and dental care in Southeastern New Mexico by adding additional staff members and implementing new technology.

  • Arrest made in stabbing

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer An arrest has been made regarding a Thursday night stabbing incident that left a man wounded.

  • County residents feeling spurned

    City’s recent moratorium on services raises ire of those in annexation area By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer County residents in Artesia’s surrounding area are feeling spurned following the City of Artesia’s recent announcement that it will cease acceptance of applications for water, wastewater and solid waste services from non-city residents.

  • Officer uses Taser on subject fleeing scene

    By ASHLEY TRUJILLO Daily Press Staff Writer An Artesia officer put his duty-issued Taser to use after a 23-year-old suspect allegedly fled from his vehicle during a routine traffic stop just after midnight on Saturday.

  • ANB puts smiles on kids’ faces