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Artesia City Council bids farewell to two longtime employees as Reyes, McGuire retire

By REBECCA HAUSCHILD For the Daily Press Mayor Jon Henry and the entire Artesia City Council thanked Community Development Director Jim McGuire and Recreation Supervisor Luis...

Council approves new IPRA procedures, Artesia Center fees

The Artesia City Council approved a resolution adopting new procedures to comply with the Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA) at their meeting Tuesday...

Governor’s public carry ban makes waves in New Mexico

On Sept. 6, Gov. Michelle Lujan-Grisham declared the State of New Mexico in two states of Public Health Emergency due to drug abuse and...

Oil worker health care fund is sought by New Mexico congressman in swing district

SANTA FE (AP) — U.S. oil field workers and their immediate relatives would be compensated for uninsured medical costs related to air pollution and...

House Majority Leader shows support for Republican congressional candidate

ARTESIA -- U.S. House Majority Leader Steve Scalise attended a reception Wednesday in support of Republican candidate for Congress, Yvette Herrell. The event was held...

District 4 write-in runoff decided by Tuesday’s election

ARTESIA — While the majority of the candidates in Tuesday's Municipal Election were running unopposed, many Artesians did brave the rainy weather to decide an…

Survey says: Eddy County voters strongly oppose GRT increase

ARTESIA — An independent poll conducted Saturday of more than 1,000 Eddy County voters showed across-the-board opposition to the Eddy County Commission's proposed Hold Harmless…

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