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Rodeo Kicked Off Wednesday

Rodeo Kicked Off Wednesday

The 1st New Mexico Bank Wild, Wild West Pro Rodeo kicked off Wednesday night with the Bulls 'n' the Boyz.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Miss Turquoise Circuit


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Good Shepherd "First Saturday" Garage Sale

On Texas between 6th and 7th. Decorative and useful home and yard items, books, DVD's, CD's, clothing and shoes of all sizes, linens, and more. Clothing $1/bag after 11 a.m. Lots of free stuff. 8 a.m. - Noon.

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Miss Teen Rodeo AZ

Miss Teen Rodeo AZ

Born in Arizona, raised in the White Mountains, Brigitte learned to enjoy her life in the outdoors with her animals. Being a native of the state, Brigitte feels it as a great honor to represent the ti-- Continue reading

A Special New Resident at End of the Road Ranch

Article and Photos by Sandra Michaud

Old wood stove refurbished by local craftsman

Old wood stove refurbished by local craftsman

Norman Ruebush recently refurbished a family's old wood stove. The chrome items had to be rechromed in El Paso, but the rest of the restoration was done by Ruebush. The stove had been purchased by one-- Continue reading

Mr. and Mrs. Golf Tournament held at Silver City Golf Course

Mr. and Mrs. Golf Tournament held at Silver City Golf Course

May has been a busy month for Silver City Golf Course. The New Pro Shop Club House is  open for business.

On May 16, a fund-raising golf tournament was held and the raffle drawing for the original wate-- Continue reading

Bayard Police officers help Girl Scouts earn safety patch

Bayard Police officers help Girl Scouts earn safety patch

Bayard Police officers helped Girl Scout Troop 54370 members earn their safety patch. The officers came into the meeting and talked about when to call 911, and completed scenarios and role play on th-- Continue reading

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