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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

SCM Welcomes New Events & Volunteer Coordinator Rebekah Stevens

Rebekah Stevens joins the Silver City Museum team as Volunteer and Events Coordinator.

Having worked for the Sun-News, and various non-profit organizations as a communications consultant, Stevens has-- Continue reading

New chapter of student leadership society introduced at WNMU

New chapter of student leadership society introduced at WNMU

Pictured from left to are new NSLS executive board members Diego Sanchez, Tien Nguyen, Destiny Pinon, Nikki Vasquez and Dayana Baez.Silver City, NM – A new chapter of the nation's largest leadership hon-- Continue reading

Opening reception held at Leyba and Ingalls arts 050617

Opening reception held at Leyba and Ingalls arts 050617

"Flight" by Crystal Foreman Brown

Leyba and Ingalls Arts held an opening reception Saturday, May 6, to show works by these artists:

Crystal Foreman Brown
Denise Miller
Teri Matelson
Diana Ingalls Leyba
Sa-- Continue reading

Ribbon cutting - Silver City Daily Press

Silver City Daily Press Publisher Nicholas Siebel uses the giant scissors to cut a newspaper as the crowd helps celebrate the opening of the new office of the Silver City Daily Press at 300 West Market Street in Silver City. The event was held Friday afternoon, May 5, 2017.

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Silver City Museum recipient of Freeport-McMoRan Community Investment Fund

The Silver City Museum is pleased to announce that it has received a $5,000 grant from the Freeport-McMoRan Foundation Community Investment Fund. These funds will support repair of the Museum's flat r-- Continue reading

Unique Nutrition holds ribbon cutting

Unique Nutrition holds ribbon cutting

Unique Nutrition hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for their business on Friday – May 5. Owners Steven and Terrie Gallegos were surrounded by friends, family and chamber members as they cut through the o-- Continue reading

Kitchen Staff at Silver Schools Recognized for their Service

Kitchen Staff at Silver Schools Recognized for their Service

Grant County, NM — Healthy Kids Healthy Communities Grant County (HKHC), Cooking with Kids of Santa Fe and Silver Consolidated Schools (SCS) Student Nutrition Director Cindy Kendrick partnered to celebr-- Continue reading

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