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Western Bank Honors Class of 2016 Scholarship Recipients

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News from Ann McMahon Photography

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It is with humble gratitude that I extend heartfelt thanks to the ladies of the Town and Country Garden Club here in Silver City as they sup-- Continue reading

Theater Group New Mexico Summer Camp

Theatre Group New Mexico held its annual summer performing arts camp, LUEY (Let Us Entertain You), from June 1 to 10. Under the direction of Antonio Zapata, 25 young people ages 6 to 17 learned singing and dancing, culminating in a performance at Light Hall on the 10th.

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Third Grade Student Given Four-Year Scholarship To WNMU

Third Grade Student Given Four-Year Scholarship To WNMU

Pictured is Joseph Pellegrino, Faith's father; Dr. Jack Crocker, WNMU Provost; David Lougee, Stout Elementary Principal; Faith Pellegrino, Mrs. Dunning-Farmer, third grade teacher; and Dana DouBrava,-- Continue reading

GCAG announces people's choice awards

GCAG announces people's choice awards

The Grant County Art Guild announces the winners of the Member's Opening Show in three categories; fine art, photography and crafts chosen by popular vote. The People's Choice in fine art is "Heading-- Continue reading

Tri-City Lions Club offers cold drinks to YCC workers

Tri-City Lions Club offers cold drinks to YCC workers

On Saturday, the Aldo Leopold Charter School Youth Conservation Corps participants, who are building a four-foot wide trail in the Big Ditch, were offered cold drinks at lunchtime to refresh themselve-- Continue reading

First Presbyterian Church announces new pastor

First Presbyterian Church of Silver City is happy to announce that the Rev. John Charles Cheek has been called to serve as its pastor. John will be in Silver City two Sundays per month, as well as the-- Continue reading

Survey Finds Grant County NonProfits Employ 10% of the Labor Force and Contribute Nearly $25 Million to Local Economy Annually

Silver City, NM – The nonprofit sector is a major economic driver in Grant County, employing nearly 10 percent of the local labor force and contributing nearly $25 million to the local economy in 2015[1-- Continue reading

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