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GRMC CEO hosts town hall on Aug.22

Gila Regional Medical Center Chief Executive Office Brian Cunningham hosts a town hall on Aug. 22 to acknowledge receipt of GRMC's recent 4-Star rating from the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid. He al-- Continue reading

Grant County Democrats Kick Off 2016 Campaign With Successful Grand Opening Day of Action

Grant County Democrats Kick Off 2016 Campaign With Successful Grand Opening Day of Action

County Assessor Raul Turieta, Democratic Party of New Mexico Vice-Chair Juan Sanchez III, N.M. Representative Howie Morales, Candidates for N.M. House District 39 Rudy Martinez, Candidates for N.M. Ho-- Continue reading

Photo of mule deer in Tyrone with a green background

Photo of mule deer in Tyrone with a green background

Photographer ErnestO Stolpe sent this photo to the Beat. He said: "I have too many photos of mule deer standing out in large expanses of brown, so you can imagine my excitement to have this proud-- Continue reading

Kiwanis Club of Silver City, August 2016

Kiwanis Club of Silver City, August 2016

The Cobre High School Kiwanis Key Club is back in action and ready for this 2016-2017 school year.

To kick off a new year of service and leadership, members were seen bright eyed with friendly smiles-- Continue reading

Chicano Renaissance Leader Turns 90, Continues To Teach, Write

Chicano Renaissance Leader Turns 90, Continues To Teach, Write

Dr. Felipe Ortego y Gasca Silver City, NM – Every calendar holiday, Dr. Felipe Ortego y Gasca sends an email to his colleagues at Western New Mexico University. The email is simple and includes an attac-- Continue reading

GRMC’s Health Hospital Healthy Community Initiative

GRMC’s Health Hospital Healthy Community Initiative

A few years ago, Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) was facing some serious financial challenges, with a $9 million negative "bottom line" in 2013. Since then, State Medicaid Supplemental Funding to-- Continue reading

Riding the Divide

Riding the Divide

L to R: Meghan Dinneen, Philadelphia, PA
Taylor Kuyk-White, Philadelphia, PA
Carolyn Whelan, Santa Fe, NM
These happy gals stopped off at the Jumping Cactus this morning before heading to Antelope Wells.-- Continue reading

New Leadership, Direction For WNMU School of Business

New Leadership, Direction For WNMU School of Business

Left to right: Dr. David Scarborough, professor of management;
Dr. Miguel Vicens, School of Business Associate Dean;
and Dr. Chip Campbell, professor of marketing.
Silver City, NM – A new school year bring-- Continue reading

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