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Susan Sumrall wins gun raffle

Susan Sumrall was the winner of a gun raffle, sponsored by Grant County Republican Women and Grant County Conservatives. The purpose of the raffle was to raise funds for Republican candidates in the 2016 General Election.

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SCPD Medication disposal receives scale

Silver City, NM: A new weight scale was donated to the Silver City Police Department to aid with the influx of unused medications disposed of by the community at the MedReturn kiosk, located at 1106 N-- Continue reading

New gazebo dedicated at Fort Bayard State Veterans Home

New gazebo dedicated at Fort Bayard State Veterans Home

SANTA CLARA, N.M. – Veterans at Fort Bayard State Veterans Home (FBSVH) will be gaining therapeutic benefits and enjoying more time outdoors, thanks to the gift of a gazebo from American Legion Auxiliar-- Continue reading

Girl Scouts hold 2016 Halloween Party

Girl Scouts hold 2016 Halloween Party

Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest held its annual Halloween Party at the Bayard Community Center. This party was for Girl Scouts and their families with more than 125 people attending. The girls par-- Continue reading

Lotus Center Receives donation

Lotus Center Receives donation

Left to right: JoeZ, General Manager of the Food Co-op, Jeanne Miller of the Co-op, Jeff Goin of the Lotus Center and Helen Matelson,
Corri Broner, Skyler Dahlin, and Margaret Scott, all of the Lotus C-- Continue reading

24 Club Awards Scholarships To WNMU Students

24 Club Awards Scholarships To WNMU Students

From left to right in the back row are Dr. Brenda Findley, Dr. Allison Evans, Debra Brundage, Marcela Shepard, 24 Club President and Chairwoman of the Scholarship Committee; and Chelsea Hotchkiss, Sch-- Continue reading

Prescription drug disposal now in Bayard

Prescription drug disposal now in Bayard

(From Left to right) Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition Coordinator Michael McGee and founding Coalition member Kendra Milligan, present Bayard Dispatcher Judy Diaz and Bayard Chief of Police-- Continue reading

The Silver City Museum welcomes Andie Portillo as the new Museum Educator

The Silver City Museum welcomes Andie Portillo, the new Museum Educator. Hailing from Las Cruces, she received her Bachelor's in Spanish from NMSU in December of 2015. Ms. Portillo has worked and volu-- Continue reading

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