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Wednesday, June 7, 2023

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Clayton Avenue operation appears to be concluded

The Pecos Valley Drug Task Force operation on Clayton Avenue has been concluded as of 5 p.m.

City asks Artesians for input on future of splash pad

The Artesia City Council is asking the public for its input on the future of the Splash Pad at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Complex.

AGH encourages mindfulness, vaccination in midst of uptick

Artesia General Hospital (AGH) continues to keep a close eye on the ongoing pandemic, and the Daily Press reached out Wednesday to Marshall G. Baca Jr., DO, FACEP, FAAEM, director of the Emergency Department at AGH, for an update on the current situation in Artesia.

City council approves ICIP priorities

The Artesia City Council approved its Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP) priorities for Fiscal Years 2024-28 during its regularly scheduled meeting last week.

‘Three is a magic number’: Gas prices drop below $4 a gallon in Artesia for first time since mid-March

Artesia hasn't seen its prices drop below $4 per gallon since mid-March.

New field taking shape at Bulldog Bowl

The new playing surface at Bulldog Bowl is continuing to take shape this week.

Council receives update on 20th Street, crime and fire stats

The Artesia City Council received a brief update on Phase I of the 20th Street Reconstruction Project, along with crime and fire stats for the month of June, during Tuesday's regularly scheduled meeting.


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