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"Kiwanis Students of the Month" for September, 2014

Photo Courtesy of Lori Bonomo

The Kiwanis Club of Silver celebrated "Kiwanis Students of the Month" on October 7, 2014 with honored students from 8 local schools. These youth are nominated by their sc-- Continue reading

The Grant County Art Guild hosts exhibit at MRAC Gallery

The Grant County Art Guild hosts exhibit at MRAC Gallery

"Bacchus," Barbara Smith's acrylic rendition after Caravaggio. Photo Courtesy of Tom Vaughan

The Grant County Art Guild hosted its annual Old Masters Exhibit with a reception Friday, Oct. 3, at the Mi-- Continue reading

Student Researches Elephants in Remote Thai Village

Student Researches Elephants in Remote Thai Village

Silver City, NM - In a remote village, surrounded by people who speak a different language, more than 8,000 miles away from her hometown of Gallup, New Mexico, Brittany Chiapetti set out to research-- Continue reading

Grant County Democratic Party, regular monthly meeting Oct 8

Wed, Oct 8 - Grant County Democratic Party, regular monthly meeting, 5:30 p.m. potluck. 6:20 p.m. business meeting. 3060 Hwy 180E. Bring a dish and bring a friend. Info 575-654-6060

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Maria Eugenia Trillo quoted in The New Yorker and by NPR

Maria Eugenia Trillo quoted in The New Yorker and by NPR

Photo of Maria Trillo by her daughter, Nina Freer, who received a BFA in photography from the University of New Mexico, after learning her skills at Western New Mexico University

Maria Eugenia Trillo,-- Continue reading

Local Recycling Best In New Mexico

Local Recycling Best In New Mexico

Patrick Peck (right), President of the New Mexico Recycling Coalition presented Tommy Ogas (second from right), Recycling Supervisor at Southwest Solid Waste Authority with the award as the recycling-- Continue reading

Grant County Art Guild holds Purchase Prize reception, announces winners

Grant County Art Guild holds Purchase Prize reception, announces winners

At right, "Mother's Garden" Best of Show winning oil painting by Connie Thibeau.

Below, the crowd gathers at the Tuesday night Purchase Prize Exhibit reception.

 

The Grant County Art Guild's 29t-- Continue reading

Eulogy read by Harold Bray at Carolyn Torres funeral

Carolyn Laverne Torres was born in Paul's Valley, Oklahoma November 19th, 1933 to Carl Shores and Pauline Taber Shores. She passed peacefully on September 14th, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV. She was a long t-- Continue reading

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