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Ribbon cutting at Kingdom Furniture grand opening

Ribbon cutting at Kingdom Furniture grand opening

Brenda Coral is assisted by Silver City Mayor Ken Ladner as they snip the ceremonial ribbon during the Grand Opening of Kingdom Furniture on Friday, September 23. Kingdom Furniture is a family-owned f-- Continue reading

American Legion Riders draw for beef raffle

American Legion Riders draw for beef raffle

Photos by John Sterle

The American Legion Riders, Chapter #13 recently drew for the winners of its Beef Raffle. Presenting 3 of the 4 winners each with their quarter of a beef, donated by Rocker-- Continue reading

GCAG-Purchase Prize Winners – 2016

GCAG-Purchase Prize Winners – 2016

Purchase Prize Show Judge Carole Andreen Harris with Timithy Gordon's Best of Show winning entry, an acrylic painting titled
"Early Morning From the South Rim."
The 2016 Purchase Prize Award Exhibit rec-- Continue reading

"Blessing of the Animals" on Oct 1

On Saturday, Oct. 1, in Gough Park a celebration of the feast day of St Francis of Assisi, hosted by the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Father Paul Moore-- Continue reading

Early Childhood Programs Receives Research Grant

Early Childhood Programs Receives Research Grant

Pictured is a Child Development Center teacher with studentSilver City, NM – The nationally accredited Early Childhood Programs at Western New Mexico University continues its successful track record of -- Continue reading

Faculty Member Participates In International Autism Conference

Faculty Member Participates In International Autism Conference

Silver City, NM – A select group of experts in various professions including social work were selected to participate in the recent ICF Consensus Conference, in Stockholm, Sweden.

Western New Mexico U-- Continue reading

Oni Ken Karate Congratulates Alijah Thompson

Congratulations to Alijah Thompson for earning his Orange belt.

Pictured left to right: Sensei Chad Petty,
Alijah Thompson & Sensei Trent Petty.

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Oni Ken Karate introduces Little Dragons

Congratulations to our new orange/white stripe belts from the Little Dragons class.

Pictured left to right: Sensei Trent Petty, Sensei Chad Petty, Aaliyah Turrieta, Tomas Teran and Michael Shaffer

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