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New SCFD rescue truck previewed

New Silver City Fire Department Rescue truck with advanced support was previewed at state conference in Ruidoso. (Courtesy photo)

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National spotlight shines on YSAPC Town Hall

Silver City, New Mexico, May 1, 2015: The Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (YSAPC) is basking in the national spotlight after being recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Servic-- Continue reading

6th Street School Plants First Neighborhood Orchard

6th Street School Plants First Neighborhood Orchard

A portion of the trees and vines that were planted for the 6th Street School's Neighborhood Orchard. Students selected the varieties that were included in the orchard with includes apricots, plums, a-- Continue reading

WNMU Athletics to Join Lone Star Conference Fall 2016

Silver City, NM - Western New Mexico University will join the Lone Star Conference (LSC) as a full member beginning the fall of 2016.

"The move from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference to the Lone-- Continue reading

WNMU Professor Edits Bluestockings Publication

Silver City, NM - A recently published book attempts to bring to life an important feminist movement of the 18th century. It is a movement that author and professor Deborah Heller would like to connec-- Continue reading

WNMU Student Selected Social Work Student of the Year

WNMU Student Selected Social Work Student of the Year

Silver City, NM – Karen Whitlock, a Masters of Social Work candidate, was selected as the Social Work Student of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) – New Mexico Chapter.

Whi-- Continue reading

Lively Irish Fiddle and a Large Crowd Grace the Silver City Museum's Ailman Family Parlor

Lively Irish Fiddle and a Large Crowd Grace the Silver City Museum's Ailman Family Parlor

Eileen Sullivan entertains visitors with Irish fiddle music at the Sivler City Museum

On the otherwise sleepy Saturday afternoon of April 25 in downtown Silver City, the Museum's historic Ailman Parlo-- Continue reading

Art Student Will Intern at National Geographic Headquarters

Art Student Will Intern at National Geographic Headquarters

Silver City, NM - For Sky Klaus, a photo is more than just an image full of colors. There are stories told through a camera lens, and this summer Klaus will help tell the stories of the acclaimed phot-- Continue reading

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