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First New Mexico Bank Donates to Help the Single Socks Community Thrift Store

First New Mexico Bank Donates to Help the Single Socks Community Thrift Store

Pictured from Left to Right: Janie Epperson from Single Socks, Donna Monzingo Senior Vice-President 1st New Mexico Bank, Sean Ormand President of 1st New Mexico Bank, Kathleen Wigley and Marjie Alkire-- Continue reading

Edward Jones - Niel McDonald Financial Advisor Ribbon Cutting

Edward Jones - Niel McDonald Financial Advisor Ribbon Cutting

On Wednesday, Dec. 9, a ribbon cutting was held for the opening of the new Edward Jones – Niel McDonald financial advisor office at 816 North Hudson Street in Silver City. Niel is shown cutting the cere-- Continue reading

First New Mexico Bank Donates $1,000 to GRMC Auxiliary

On December 8, 2015 First New Mexico Bank donated $1,000 on behalf of our customers to Gila Regional Medical Center Auxiliary who is committed to supporting GRMC and its Mission of providing exception-- Continue reading

MRAC announced 2015 fall student exhibition winners

MRAC Fall 2015 Student Exhibition winners:

Best of Show: Skyler Dahlin “Float”

Awards of Distinction: 

Rylee Myers “Two Ravens”

Skyler Blood-Raiter “Pendent” (borosilicate w/local silver and gold fuming)

Simone Hill “TV Eye”

Izabela Chase “ Apple”

Zach Donnelly “Water Spilled” 

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The Adventures of Cinnamon the Therapy Horse

The Adventures of Cinnamon the Therapy Horse

When Tracy Saavedra first brought Cinnamon, her miniature horse, to Silver City, Cinnamon was a spoiled brat of a horse. Disappointing, considering the travel­sized horse would have been perfect f-- Continue reading

New Alumni Director Hopes To Grow Engagement

New Alumni Director Hopes To Grow Engagement

Silver City, NM – A new face is greeting former Western New Mexico University students at Hunter Hall.

Amanda Moffett was recently named Director of Alumni Affairs and already she is gearing up for a-- Continue reading

Santa's Workshop, 2015

Santa's Workshop, 2015

Girl Scouts recently held its Santa's Workshop where all food that was donated was given to the Gospel Mission. They received a special visit from Cinnamon, a service horse with SpiritHorse Freedom Ri-- Continue reading

Recipient of Linda Kay Jones Humanitarian of the Year award tells us about his job

Randy Salars, executive director of the Silver City Gospel Mission, received the Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce Linda Kay Jones Humanitarian of the Year award recently. He spoke to the B-- Continue reading

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