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Former NM Higher Education Secretary Dr. Jose Garcia to Teach Political Science Course

Former NM Higher Education Secretary Dr. Jose Garcia to Teach Political Science Course

Silver City, NM – Former Secretary of Higher Education for the State of New Mexico Dr. Jose Garcia will teach a political science course at Western New Mexico University beginning in January.

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Rotary Contributes to Silver City Museum Society and Silver City Community Theater

Rotary Contributes to Silver City Museum Society and Silver City Community Theater

The Silver City Rotary Club's Murder Mystery Dinner/Fundraiser in November generated a total of more than $3,000 for the Silver City Museum Society and the Silver City Community Theater. The two organ-- Continue reading

WNMU Partners with Detention Center for Inmate Programs

WNMU Partners with Detention Center for Inmate Programs

Pictured from left to right: Khari Bailey, WNMU student; Brandon Chelette, WNMU student; Mike Carillo, Grant County Detention Center Administrator; Dylan Contreras, WNMU students; Sage Mays, WNMU stud-- Continue reading

Kristy Ortiz Making a Difference in Bayard, New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE, NM, December 16, 2015 -- Fairly or unfairly, government employees often get a bad rap. Complaints about the bureaucracy were likely as common in ancient Rome as they are today. No matter-- Continue reading

Area Girl Scout sang Christmas carols for Fort Bayard residents

Area Girl Scout sang Christmas carols for Fort Bayard residents

Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest went to Fort Bayard and sang Christmas carols to the residents. Character, conduct, and community service are core qualities of Girl Scouting. Girl Scouting is an-- Continue reading

Literacy Link-Leamos gives away books to elementary students Dec. 2015

Literacy Link-Leamos gives away books to elementary students Dec. 2015

At right, Students at Central Elementary School show their happiness at getting new books to take home.

 

 

 

Below, students at Hurley Elementary get excited about receiving books from-- Continue reading

Freeport presents check to MyBiz

Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015, at the Freeport-McMoRan Grant County Community Partnership Panel meeting, Kevin Cook, Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. Community Development manager, presented The Well-- Continue reading

First New Mexico Bank 2015 Donation to GRMC Auxiliary

First New Mexico Bank 2015 Donation to GRMC Auxiliary

Pictured from Left to Right: Sean Ormand, President of 1st New Mexico Bank, Patsy Miller and Ruth Monzingo GRMC Auxiliary, Donna Monzingo Senior Vice-President 1st New Mexico Bank.

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