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Columbus receives $504,300 from the Economic Development Administration

COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO-The U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) has awarded the Village of Columbus $504,300 to conduct a 36-mile Corridor Study along New Mexico 11 and provide preliminary and-- Continue reading

Blues Fest Art Walk May 28

Experience Silver! Experience Art! The Silver City Art Association will be rolling out the red carpet – and the red "Art" dots – as part of their annual Blues Fest Art Walk from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. on Sun-- Continue reading

World-Class Cancer Treatment coming to the Gila Regional Cancer Center

World-Class Cancer Treatment coming to the Gila Regional Cancer Center

In an effort to meet regulatory requirements placed upon Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) as a county owned hospital and the need to continue to provide quality services to Grant County and the nei-- Continue reading

Oni Ken Karate students compete in USAMA tournament

Oni Ken Karate students compete in USAMA tournament

Pictured from left to right front row: Ronen Williamson, Lilly James, Cody Sine, Dominic Sine, Tyler Peterson, Hailey Peterson. Back row: Sensei Chelsea Been, Hyrum Perkins, Milton Perkins, Roper Will-- Continue reading

Local therapist attends national conference

Silver City's Diana S. Edwards, LPCC, Ph.D., AAC New Mexico Representative, recently attended the 38th annual international American Adoption Congress (AAC) from April 5-8, in Atlanta, Georgia.

Sh-- Continue reading

Recycling Comes to Downtown

Silver City, NM – The Town of Silver City has installed recycling bins in the downtown historic district. The Office of Sustainability obtained a grant from the New Mexico Tourism Department’s New Mexico -- Continue reading

Silver City Masons Assist 4H Shooters in 2017

Silver City Masons Assist 4H Shooters in 2017

Val Brahm, Silver City Worshipful Master, and
Kim Neal, the 4H Leader receiving the check from the Lodge.
Silver City Masonic Lodge #8 supports the Grant County 4H Shooters with a another donation of $5-- Continue reading

Transparency letter from Aldo Leopold Charter School

Dear Community,
There has been a lot of buzz in the news lately about charter schools. We realize that charter schools are in a strange position. On the one hand, your tax money goes to support us – just-- Continue reading

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