Created on Saturday, 20 December 2014 07:33
Photo: Tom Vaughan and Leslie Crumbley
Tom Vaughan, president of Grant County Art Guild, presented donations to area art teachers Leslie Crumbley, from Cobre School District, and LeAnn Cook, from Silv-- Continue reading
Created on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 13:30
Local Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest sang Christmas carols for residents at Fort Bayard hospital, including the Veterans' ward. The event was hosted by Troop 196 and included Girl Scouts from Troops 049, 142, 302, 307, 352, 370, and 834.-- Continue reading
Created on Tuesday, 16 December 2014 17:36
Photo: GRMC Auxiliary Secretary Gloria Guerra (left) and GRMC Chief Executive Officer Brian Cunningham (right) with one of the baskets.
In the spirit of giving, the members of the Gila Regional Medica-- Continue reading
Created on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 16:49
Pictured from left are AJ Reynolds Assistant Vice-President 1st New Mexico Bank; Selah Lee Bencomo Fiscal Director from El Refugio Inc.; and Deborah Calkins New Accounts Representative 1st New Mexico-- Continue reading
Created on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 16:46
Pictured from Left are Margie Alkire from Single Socks, AJ Reynolds Assistant Vice-President 1st New Mexico Bank, and Kathleen Wigley also from Single Socks.
First New Mexico Bank Donates $500.00 to h-- Continue reading
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