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Independent Book Award given to JJ Wilson's Damnificados

Independent Book Award given to JJ Wilson's Damnificados

JJ Amaro WilsonSilver City, NM – The accolades continue for author JJ Amaro Wilson and his most recent title Damnificados, an acclaimed fiction novel published in 2016.

Damnificados was awarded a Gold-- Continue reading

Saving animal lives is new career path for recent WNMU graduate

Saving animal lives is new career path for recent WNMU graduate

Silver City, NM – Rancho Cucamonga, California is a fast growing metropolitan area of more than 100,000 residents. A stark contrast to the rural lifestyle of southwestern New Mexico where Cherokee Marqu-- Continue reading

WNMU alumna earns Juris Doctorate, will specialize in immigration law

WNMU alumna earns Juris Doctorate, will specialize in immigration law

Silver City, NM – The child of Mexican immigrants, Edna Reyes has already made history with her family by being the first to graduate when she earned her undergraduate degree from Western New Mexico Uni-- Continue reading

GC Art Guild begins 2017 season

GC Art Guild begins 2017 season

"Gila Cliff Dwellings" by Eric Sarkela"Top of the Dunes" by Bruce Bloy"Dragon Fountain" by Stacy SchwartzThe Grant County Art Guild started the season with the Member's Opening Show, with Fine Arts an-- Continue reading

Hidalgo Medical Services Prepares for Transition and Adjusts to State and Federal Budget Cuts While Remaining Committed to Seniors in Grant County

Silver City, NM – Hidalgo Medical Services (HMS) is gearing up to take over operations of the four Grant County Senior Center sites, effective July 1, 2017. "HMS is pleased to partner with The County o-- Continue reading

Peggy Sue Larisch inducted into WNMU Education Hall of Fame

Peggy Sue Larisch was inducted into the Western New Mexico University Education Hall of Fame on May 12, 2017.

Photo Courtesy of Peggy Sue Larisch’s son Michael "Mischa" Larisch

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Hidalgo Medical Services Contributes $2,500 to Western New Mexico University School of Nursing for the 2017 Nikki Bascom Memorial Scholarship

Hidalgo Medical Services Contributes $2,500 to Western New Mexico University School of Nursing for the 2017 Nikki Bascom Memorial Scholarship

Silver City, NM – Hidalgo Medical Services (HMS) awarded an $2,500 annual scholarship to Jesse Jimenez, a recent Western New Mexico University (WNMU) School of Nursing graduate, at their May 2017 ceremo-- Continue reading

Organic Food Versus Conventional Food

Is One Better than the Other?

By Alexis Rico

Imagine being in the fresh vegetable section of your local grocery store. On one hand, you have fresh conventionally grown cabbage and on the other hand so-- Continue reading

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