Created on Wednesday, 25 March 2015 14:38
Photo: Silver City Rotarians Kathy Eaton (left) and Sunny Yates (right), Co-Directors of Rotary's 2015 Girls' Leadership Camp, with Claudia Jeffery (center), outgoing Director and this year's Assista-- Continue reading
Created on Wednesday, 25 March 2015 12:25
Photo: Along with the Team are Head Coach Brian Shock (on left), Grant County Commissioner Brett Kasten (third from left), Senator Howie Morales (in blue shirt and tie), and Assistant Coach Chelsea Sh-- Continue reading
Created on Friday, 20 March 2015 06:06
Photo (left to right): WKC Treasurer, Debra Rudy, WKC President, Dee Cruzan, High Desert Humane Society Administrator, Gigi Shoaf, and WKC Secretary, Karen Blisard
Members of the Wilderness Kennel Cl-- Continue reading
Created on Wednesday, 18 March 2015 15:20
First New Mexico Bank of Silver City announced the promotion of A.D. Richins Jr. to Assistant Vice President.
A.D. joined First New Mexico Bank in 2012 as a Loan Officer and has excelled in that posit-- Continue reading
Created on Wednesday, 18 March 2015 15:16
Antonio joined First New Mexico Bank of Silver City in 2013 as an IT Technician, with over 10 years of banking experience. Antonio is a great addition to our community bank, and has participated in many of the events and fundraisers the bank is involved with.-- Continue reading
Created on Thursday, 12 March 2015 05:32
Photo (left to right): Linda Warnack-Boucher, Wilma Nelson, and Dagmar Lane, three Silver City Ladies Golf Association members, attended the season opening of the Border League.
The meeting was held i-- Continue reading
Created on Monday, 09 March 2015 18:25
Photo (left to right): Literacy Link - Leamos Program Director Mary Beth Folia; Preston Larkins; Western Bank Manager Pam Archibald.
SILVER CITY, N.M. – Preston Larkins of Silver City was awarded the $-- Continue reading
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