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Kitchen Staff at Silver Schools Recognized for their Service

Kitchen Staff at Silver Schools Recognized for their Service

Grant County, NM — Healthy Kids Healthy Communities Grant County (HKHC), Cooking with Kids of Santa Fe and Silver Consolidated Schools (SCS) Student Nutrition Director Cindy Kendrick partnered to celebr-- Continue reading

Five WNMU students earn Hall of Fame recognition

Five WNMU students earn Hall of Fame recognition

L to R: David Cota, Ryan Ruiz, Timothy Stillman, and Casey Dickens.
Not pictured: Claudia Osuna.
Silver City, NM – Five Western New Mexico University students were recognized for their contributions insid-- Continue reading

Three career educators to be inducted into School of Education Hall of Fame

Three career educators to be inducted into School of Education Hall of Fame

L to R: Peggy Sue Larisch, Roberto A. Martinez, and Richard H. MooreSilver City, NM – Western New Mexico University will induct three career educators into the School of Education Hall of Fame during t-- Continue reading

Gila Regional Medical Center Ready to Go with New Nuc Med Camera

Gila Regional Medical Center Ready to Go with New Nuc Med Camera

(L to R) Taylor Hopkins, Nuclear Medicine Technologist and Ashley Burkos, Director of GRMC's Imaging Department pictured with the New Nuclear Medicine Camera at Gila RegionalGila Regional Medical Cent-- Continue reading

Dream Makers Club celebrates graduation

Dream Makers Club celebrates graduation

The Dream Makers recently toured Gila Regional Medical Center to learn about possibilities they could pursue to fill the gap in rural New Mexico's health care workforce.Deming, NM — Dream Makers C-- Continue reading

Hurley, Santa Clara, Bayard, Silver City and Grant County proclaim Give Grandly! Give Local! Day

In quick succession, the Town of Hurley (April 12), the Village of Santa Clara (April 13), Grant County (April 20), the City of Bayard (April 24) and the Town of Silver City (April 25) proclaimed Satu-- Continue reading

Silver City Woman's Club Gets NEW Boiler

Silver City Woman's Club Gets NEW Boiler

David M. Anderson and David L. Anderson,
owner of Enchanted Trails Plumbing
On February 10, 2017 in a cold snap the Silver City Woman's Club's baseboard heating boiler went kaput. The SC Woman's Club We-- Continue reading

Gila Native Plant Society awards 2017 scholarship

Gila Native Plant Society awards 2017 scholarship

Chloe Mydlowski receiving a scholarship award
from Elroy Limmer, President of the Gila Native Plant Society
Photo credit: Dennis Switzer
Every year the Gila Native Plant Society hopes to find a deserving-- Continue reading

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