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Winner of the Silver City Co-op's Woodstock Wagon

In the month of August, all Co-op shoppers were able to enter their name for a drawing for the Woodstock wagon. The winner of the Woodstock wagon was Dawn Sandford, pictured with grocery buyer Kim Barton.

Congratulations Dawn!

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Patsy Miller Recognized by GRMC

Patsy Miller Recognized by GRMC

The Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) Auxiliary has proven time and time again to be a vital part of GRMC's survival. Through thousands of volunteer hours and tireless efforts, one member continues-- Continue reading

Against the Odds, Graphic Design Student Finds Home at WNMU

Against the Odds, Graphic Design Student Finds Home at WNMU

Silver City, NM - While posing for a picture at her new university home, Grecia Rivas realizes that enrolling at Western New Mexico University marked the next step in her journey to bring awareness fo-- Continue reading

Rotary’s International Youth Exchange Program continues in Silver City

Rotary’s International Youth Exchange Program continues in Silver City

Rotary International Youth Exchange student Kilian Schwabe (in cowboy hat) with his most recent host family, the Riggs. From left to right, they are Duane Rigg, Kaleb Rigg and Lisa Rigg.

 

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Silver City Brokerage Marks First in New Mexico for Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate

SILVER CITY, N.M. and MADISON, N.J. (August 7, 2015) – Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate announced today that the national franchise has entered New Mexico with the addition of real estate company Si-- Continue reading

First New Mexico Bank announces the addition of Patrick Cohn, Jr. as Assistant Vice President

First New Mexico Bank announces the addition of Patrick Cohn, Jr. as Assistant Vice President

We are excited to have Patrick join our First New Mexico Bank hometown bank family, as the only locally chartered community bank in Grant County. Being a native to Grant County, growing up in the mini-- Continue reading

A second conversation on Homelessness held

Editor's Note:The Beat was unable to attend this second conversation on homelessness held at The Volunteer Center and moderated by Jason Burke of It Takes a Village. A friend shared some photographs.

 

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Children's Fiesta Accepting Applications

The Red Hot Children's Fiesta is accepting booth application for this year's event, scheduled for Saturday, September 26, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Community Built/Penny Park, 1305 Grant St.-- Continue reading

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