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SNAP receives donation

SNAP was a recipient of the Silver City Food Co-op's Round Up donation program. We are so happy to support our community. Please help us get the word out.

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The Mimbres Region Arts Council adds Elizabeth Rydeski as Event and Marketing Coordinator

Silver City, NM – The Mimbres Region Arts Council is pleased to announce its recent hire of Elizabeth Rydeski as Event and Marketing Coordinator. In this position, Rydeski will begin her work focusing o-- Continue reading

State legislators push to designate WNMU as state's liberal arts and sciences university

Santa Fe, NM – Making its way through the New Mexico state legislature is House Joint Memorial 14, designating Western New Mexico University as the liberal arts and sciences university for the state.

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Oni Ken Karate announces Orange & Yellow belt promotions

Oni Ken Karate announces Orange & Yellow belt promotions

Oni Ken Karate is proud to announce the promotions to Orange & Yellow belt.

Front Row L to R: Cody Sine, Lilly James, Xacceaus Porterfield, Aniyah Jasso, Isabella Mittica, Dominic Sine, Tyler Pete-- Continue reading

Operation KidSight Photo and donation

Operation KidSight Photo and donation

From left are Jeremiah Garcia, President of the Silver City Lions Club; Vera MacGregor, Silver City Woman’s Club Community Outreach Chair, handing over the check; Ansel Walters, Lions Club member; Joni -- Continue reading

Outgoing HMS Board Member, Dianne Hamilton, Honored

Outgoing HMS Board Member, Dianne Hamilton, Honored

Dianne HamiltonSilver City, NM (February 24, 2017) – Outgoing Hidalgo Medical Services (HMS) Board of Directors member, Dianne Hamilton, was honored for her leadership and commitment to service to HMS a-- Continue reading

Adult Education students achieve goals despite the odds

Adult Education students achieve goals despite the odds

Ruth Moyer and Joshua Odom during a study session in Watts Hall where Adult Education Services offices are located.Silver City, NM – Joshua Odom and Ruth Moyer were determined not to become statistics w-- Continue reading

Pruning Workshop held Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017

Pruning Workshop held Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017

Photos Courtesy of Judy O'Loughlin

From left are community orchard organizer Kendra Milligan, Denise Smith of the Office of Sustainability, Sandra Rotherham, John Benedictson, and Mika prepare to work-- Continue reading

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