Girl Scouts and family members helping with setting out the more than 4000 flags at Ft Bayard for Memorial day.
Arlene Sarkela, coordinator for The 2018 Grant County Art Guild's Members' Opening Show, announced that Judge Rita Sherwood selected this year's winners in Fine Art, Photography, and Craft categories and subcategories, as well as Best of Show recipients at the May 4 Reception.
Since September 2017, the Rotary Club of Silver City has given five books to each of the 298 children in kindergarten in Grant County. The Rotary club has also donated more than 150 additional age-appropriate books to the library of 6th Street School, where 158 kindergarten students and 30 children in pre-school are currently enrolled. The impetus for the project was the realization that not all children in Grant County were recipients of The Imagination Library's donations of books to youngsters aged one month to five years. Moreover, book donations from The Imagination Library end at age five.
PORTALES, NM (05/22/2018)-- Lloyd Henderson of Gila, NM (88038), has been named to the Eastern New Mexico University Dean's List for the spring 2018 semester.
To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must complete a minimum of 15 credit hours with a GPA between 3.25 and 4.00.
The First United Methodist Church of Silver City, founded in 1873, obtained land to build its first church in May, 140 years ago!
140 years ago, in May 1878, the National Methodist Church purchased property on the NW corner of Bayard and Broadway, to be the site of the first Methodist Church structure in Silver City. Five years later, 1883, this property was deeded by the national church to the "Asbury Methodist-Episcopal Church of Silver City", and the church was built on the corner, at 203 North Bayard St.
The second church was built on the same location in 1904, but facing south, at 500 West Broadway. It is now a private residence.
The current church, at 300 West College Ave., was built in 1950.
Mimbres, NM — Two classrooms at the Harrison Schmitt Elementary School and the entire student body at San Lorenzo Elementary School participate in the Native Fish in the Classroom program which is sponsored by the US Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS). The students are provided with a stewardship and science based curriculum, aquariums and Gila trout, and the fish biologists on the Gila National Forest assist with monitoring and supporting the classrooms. The students also write poems in preparation for the Gila trout to be released. The poet from Harrison Schmitt Elementary School was Joshua Trout's "Goodbye Fish" and for San Lorenzo Elementary School the poet chosen was Atilyn Diedrich's "Goodbye Trout"
By Frost McGahey
“I’ve been knee-deep in the Washington, D.C. swamp, and I’ve got the alligator bites on my ankles to prove it,” Gavin Clarkson said, addressing the monthly meeting of the Grant County Republican Women.
“I’ve never run for public office until now. But after seeing how destructive D.C. can be, both from the outside and on the inside, I’m convinced that the best way to help President Trump and protect New Mexico is to run for the Republican nomination to make sure we retain this congressional seat in November.”
The Grant County Beat endeavors to post to the Elections page, under News, at the least, notices of candidates for Grant County races. Some candidates for statewide races have also sent their notices.
The Beat continues to bring you new columnists.Recent additions include the Christian Corner, for those who are already Christians or are exploring the beliefs.
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The Beat has a column for you gardeners out there. The Grant County Extension Service will bring you monthly columns on gardening issues. The first one posted is on Winterizing your houseplants and patio plants.
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