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Through Art, Mustang Football Player Finds Career Path

Through Art, Mustang Football Player Finds Career Path

Xavier Ayers participating in an art class at Western New Mexico UniversitySilver City, NM – It was November of 2015 and Xavier Ayers was at the end of a record-breaking season with the Western New Mexi-- Continue reading

Gila Regional’s Lab is on Fire with BioFire

Gila Regional’s Lab is on Fire with BioFire

Paul Donet, Medical Technologist, standing next to the BioFire Film Array system.The Lab at Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) will be using the BioFire Film Array system to detect life threatening p-- Continue reading

International Business Focus of Visiting Mexican Students

International Business Focus of Visiting Mexican Students

Pictured are students from Mexico during an intensive English course at the main campus.Silver City, NM – The summer focus on international students continues at Western New Mexico University with the l-- Continue reading

Community Organizations Support Imagination Library

Community Organizations Support Imagination Library

Harriet and JeannetteLast month, The Imagination Library of Grant County (ILGC) received 3 grants for their early literacy program totaling $2000 from Walmart, Albertsons/Safeway/Vons, and the Town an-- Continue reading

International Students Complete Summer Programs

International Students Complete Summer Programs

Mexican students from Juarez who recently attended the main campus for intensive English coursesSilver City, NM – Summer at Western New Mexico University has become a destination for students from -- Continue reading

Swipe System Implemented For Community Access To Fitness Center

Silver City, NM – Public access to Campus Rec facilities at Western New Mexico University has been updated to accommodate for more flexibility to community members accessing the fitness center, pool and-- Continue reading

Girl Scouts of Desert Southwest visit Silva Creek Botanical Garden

Girl Scouts of Desert Southwest visit Silva Creek Botanical Garden

Pictured are Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest visiting the Silva Creek Botanical Garden. They walked the half-mile there from the Girl Scout Little House and were treated to a talk by Tricia Hurley-- Continue reading

First New Mexico Bank of Silver City Promotes Donna Monzingo to Executive Vice President

First New Mexico Bank of Silver City Promotes Donna Monzingo to Executive Vice President

First New Mexico Bank of Silver City announced a key promotion to its staff. The Board of Directors promoted Donna Monzingo, Senior Vice-President to Executive Vice President.

With over 20 years of ex-- Continue reading

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