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Senior Olympics Gin Rummy

Senior Olympics Gin Rummy

Back row, from left, are Mario Quintana, John Pecoroni, Alam Jones, Sharon McDonals, Billie Turrieta, Angela Flanders, Michael Klien, Siri Khalsa and Spike Flanders.
Front row, from left, are Phyllis S-- Continue reading

Dragonfly Interpretive Days with La Plata Middle School

Dragonfly Interpretive Days with La Plata Middle School

Silver City, NM, April 4, 2017—For Immediate Release. This past Thursday and Friday, over 100 seventh-grade students from La Plata Middle School in Silver City got to spend their day out at the Dragonfl-- Continue reading

New student regent confirmed by State Legislature

Silver City, NM – Arlean Murillo was recently confirmed by the New Mexico State Legislature as the new student regent for Western New Mexico University.

Murillo joins the five-member board, already ha-- Continue reading

Silver City Museum to Participate in CAP Program

The Silver City Museum announces that it is one of 75 institutions from across the country selected to participate in the inaugural year of the Collections Assessment for Preservation (CAP) program.

A-- Continue reading

Forum on the theme of Immigration held 033017

Forum on the theme of Immigration held 033017

The panel for the forum Thursday, March 30, at the Western New Mexico University Library discussed the theme of Immigration in "Fighting the Dragnet: Detention, Deportation and Family Dispersal."

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Hidalgo Medical Services Introduces Its Family Medicine Residency Program Class of 2020

Hidalgo Medical Services Introduces Its Family Medicine Residency Program Class of 2020

Robert Aguero MDRory Keys MDSilver City, NM (March 31, 2017) – The Hidalgo Medical Services (HMS) Family Medicine Residency Program (FMRP) recently selected two, new resident family medicine physicians -- Continue reading

SilverCity Care Center holds open house

SilverCity Care Center holds open house

SilverCity Care Center held an open house for the public on Thursday, March 30, 2017. Some of the staff and a guest are shown from left: Regional Director of Sales and Marketing Lea Kenny, Director of-- Continue reading

Cominda Buena’s virtual food hub makes first sales

Cominda Buena’s virtual food hub makes first sales

The new Comida Buena's online virtual food hub, has connected Deming's Rockhouse Farm owner Jason Nicoll (seen here in his greenhouse) to Revel, a restaurant located in Silver City.Revel's staff (from-- Continue reading

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