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First Financial Credit Union Ribbon Cutting

Pictured cutting the ribbon is Greg Shaver and First Financial's CEO Ben Heyward. Credit Union Employees and Chamber of Commerce Board members and credit union members look on as the ribbon is snipped.

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SC-GC Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon cutting at Curves

SC-GC Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon cutting at Curves

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday morning, June 19, at Curves in Silv-- Continue reading

Western Bank announces 2015 scholarships


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Jon Saari State Farm Ribbon Cutting Held

Jon Saari is surrounded by his staff along with friends, clients and members of the Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce as he cuts the ceremonial ribbon at Jon Saari State Farm, 1103 North Hudson in Silver City. (Courtesy Photo)

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Presbyterian Medical Services Honors Reserve Employees with Performance Awards

Presbyterian Medical Services Honors Reserve Employees with Performance Awards

SANTA FE – Each year Presbyterian Medical Services (PMS) celebrates employee excellence by recognizing those who have made outstanding contributions to the organization. This year, out of 1,188 employee-- Continue reading

Cobre Golf Practice Facility

Cobre Golf Practice Facility

Award recipients: (White shirt) Drew Demorest, Brad Holmgren, and Mark Demorest.

 

Left to Right: Bayard Beautification Committee Members, Patsy Sanchez, Lucille Salas, Jovita Gonzales, Armando A-- Continue reading

Dierdre Wolf of Wolfing Sanctuary presents to Bayard Summer Reading Program

Deirdre Wolf and her hybrid wolf Suncatcher of the Wolfsong Sanctuary presented to the Bayard Library Summer Reading Program on Tuesday, June 9.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bayard Library hosts animators

Bayard Library hosts animators

On Friday morning, the Bayard Public Library hosted Ralph Bakshi, animated film director and creator, and his son, Eddie, who runs the Bakshi School of Animation and Cartooning, for a program for all -- Continue reading

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