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Thursday, February 22, 2024


Main Street magic

Each year, many Artesians celebrate the Fourth of July by bringing their families, pets and lawn chairs to Main Street to watch the street turn into a patriotic celebration.

Chase Foundation Community Service Initiative is a success

Chase Foundation Director Richard Price holds a microphone for Mary Morgan, who received work from the scholars, as she thanks the scholars for their service. By TYLER GREEN Daily Press Staff Writer After three days working in over 100-degree temperatures, the Chase Scholars have finished wiping the sweat from their brows and have fulfilled a portion of their commitment to the Mack Chase family who gave the nearly 90 Artesia High School graduates a scholarship to help pay for their college educations.

Gungor, live at the Jahva House

Two-time Grammy nominated recording artists Lisa and Michael Gungor perform at the Jahva House Tuesday evening. According to Rob Morrisey of the Jahva House,...

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