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Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon cutting at Drifter Motel

Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon cutting at Drifter Motel

On Saturday, March 29, a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house was held at the Drifter Motel to celebrate the remodeling of guest rooms and the beginning of a new extended-stay business model for the-- Continue reading

Ron Hamm signs book

Ron Hamm, author of New Mexico Territorial Era Caricatures, talked about the book and signed them at the Silver City Public Library Thursday afternoon. The book featured likenesses of ordinary and influential New Mexicans, including several from Silver City, as drawn by Harry Samuel Palmer.

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Community strengthens services for child victims

Silver City, New Mexico, March 28, 2014: Southwest New Mexico is creating a stronger safety net of services to better respond to child victims of crime. The effort aligns existing services, expands ne-- Continue reading

Silver City Lady Golfers Shine in Socorro

Silver City Lady Golfers Shine in Socorro

Photo: (left to right) Wilma Nelson, Linda Warnack-Boucher, and Dagmar Lane. 

Silver City Lady golfers competed in the first Border tournament of the 2014 season last week in Socorro, N,M. Linda Warn-- Continue reading

Girl Scouts Celebrate Thinking Day and Girl Scout Birthday

Girl Scouts Celebrate Thinking Day and Girl Scout Birthday

Around 50 area Girl Scouts came together to celebrate the birthday of Girl Scouts. They joined together to celebrate 102 years of Girl Scouting. March 12th commemorates the day when Juliette Gordon-- Continue reading

SCPD Helps Girl Scouts Obtain Safety Pin

SCPD Helps Girl Scouts Obtain Safety Pin

Photo: (Back row, left to right) Aubrianna Montenegro, Officer Torrez, Gabby Arciero, and Mariah Arambula.  (Front row, left to right) Nevaeh Cabrera, Shavelle Ortiz, Lucy Montenegro, Novalie Ambriz, -- Continue reading

Board of Regent meet for Strategic Planning Workshop

New Mission, Vision and Goals Approved

Silver City, NM – The Western New Mexico University Board of Regents members met for a strategic planning workshop on Friday, March 21, to discuss the university's-- Continue reading

Girl Scouts Troop 54370 and other volunteers do clean up

Girl Scouts Troop 54370 and other volunteers do clean up

Girl Scouts from Troop 54370 along with some volunteers from the community completed their 2nd annual going green clean-up this weekend at Wal-Mart.  In the back from left are Lucy Montenegro, Kiera Mad-- Continue reading

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