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Gila Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Awards $16,000 in Scholarships to 2016-17 recipients

Gila Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Awards $16,000 in Scholarships to 2016-17 recipients

The Gila Regional Auxiliary
and the 2016-17 Scholarship recipients
The Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) Auxiliary has awarded eight scholarships, for a total of $16,000, for the academic year 2016-20-- Continue reading

WNMU alumna earns law school recognitions

Silver City, NM – Western New Mexico University alumna Edna Reyes has recently received various recognitions as a law student at Washburn University School of Law.

Reyes, who earned two degrees from W-- Continue reading

Hidalgo Medical Services Recognizes 75th Anniversary of Attack on Pearl Harbor

Silver City, NM (December 7, 2016) Numerous commemoration events are taking place today to reflect upon, remember, and understand the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Hidalgo Medical Se-- Continue reading

Hidalgo Medical Services Patient Celebrates 100th Birthday

Hidalgo Medical Services Patient Celebrates 100th Birthday

Centenarian and HMS patient, Arthur Veeder, his caregiver, Pat Shanks, and his HMS medical services care team, Clifton Rogers, PA, and Kevin Amador, MA, celebrating Veeder’s 100th birthday. (Courtesy P-- Continue reading

Gila Back Country Horsemen work on 100 miles trail in 2016

Gila Back Country Horsemen work on 100 miles trail in 2016

2016 Trail Clearing Summary:

Attached is a list of the trails cleared so far this year. It has been a fantastic year.

The club's last project was a 6 day pack trip into the Pryor Cabin area in th-- Continue reading

Imagination Library Advocates Reading Aloud to Boost the Brain

Imagination Library Advocates Reading Aloud to Boost the Brain

Lila Rodriguez and her grandfather.Reading to children in their earliest years has been proven as an effective strategy for cognitive development and reading proficiency, which is why the Imagination-- Continue reading

Santa Claus visits Millie's Bake House

Santa Claus visits Millie's Bake House

Millie's Bake House on Bullard Street featured Santa Claus AKA Barry Smith to raise money for The Children's Network. Pictured are Ashley Ogas, Santa Claus and Aaron Chavez. Ogas and Chavez work at M-- Continue reading

Ribbon cutting at 1st New Mexico Bank

Ribbon cutting at 1st New Mexico Bank

1st New Mexico Bank celebrated the completion of its remodeling project with an Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony today. All the construction work was done by local contractors. This local bank i-- Continue reading

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