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Gem & Mineral Society Donation

Gem & Mineral Society Donation

Sonya Dixon, Director for the Bayard Library (left) poses with Ann Owen, president of the Grant County Rolling Stones Gem & Mineral Society, and library assistant MJ Medela while accepting the geo-- Continue reading

Santa Clara Splash Park

Santa Clara Splash Park

Mayor Richard Bauch and members of the Santa Clara Village Council cut the ribbon opening the Santa Clara Splash Park. They had hoped to open the park a couple of months earlier while the weather was-- Continue reading

Troop 54370 show their appreciation to the veterans at Fort Bayard.

Troop 54370 show their appreciation to the veterans at Fort Bayard.

Pictured above from left to right in back are Gabby Arciero, Lucy Montenegro, Nevaeh Cabrera, and Aliyah Salas. Front row left to right are Aimerie Pena, Kamera Ortiz, Trinity McBride and Amy Brewer.T-- Continue reading

Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest fill "shoeboxes"

Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest fill

Front row, from left, are Krystal Lee, Lozen Laws, Destiny Benavidez. In the back row are Kara Lee, Jamie Gonzales, April Gomez, Laylene Quezada-Madrid. Not pictured are leaders Mandi Harris and Steph-- Continue reading

Grant County Seed Library Moves to Silver City Public Library

The Grant County Seed Library, once located at the Volunteer Center Commons, is now available at the Silver City Public Library. The seed library is a project sponsored by the Volunteer Center, High D-- Continue reading

Early Bird Espresso Cuts Ribbon

Early Bird Espresso Cuts Ribbon

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held for the opening of Early Bird Expresso, 1104 Tom Foy Blvd. in Bayard, New Mexico on Monday morning, November 7. Owner Peggy Humble cuts the ribbon as Bayard Mayor Ch-- Continue reading

Farm Bureau Annual Banquet and 4-H Horse Clinic

4-Hers in Grant County are still busy as ever. On October 27, 2016 the Grant County Farm and Livestock Bureau held their annual banquet at the American Legion. The banquet is held every year as a soci-- Continue reading

Bond C Billboard Use Donated By First American Bank

Bond C Billboard Use Donated By First American Bank

Pictured is WNMU President Dr. Joseph Shepard and Joel Schram, Market President for Grant County at First American Bank.Silver City, NM – First American Bank has partnered with Western New Mexico Univer-- Continue reading

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