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Volunteers Help with Eagle Scout Project at Lake Roberts Vista Village

SILVER CITY, NM; May 8, 2015 – For Immediate Release – The Gila National Forest hopes community members and visitors enjoy the new improvements at the Lake Roberts Vista Village Site off Highway 35 after -- Continue reading

American Legion Bazaar and Bake Sale

The
American Legion Auxiliary wants to thank the community for supporting our Local
veterans at the rummage / bake sale

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YSAPC hosts Bingo game

YSAPC hosts Bingo game

On Friday evening at Penny Park, about 40 people gathered to play Bingo to support the Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition's fundraiser for the 101 Things for Youth to do in Grant County during-- Continue reading

Two More Large Lottery Prizes Won at Lucky Silver City Gas Station

ALBUQUERQUE - Two large lottery prizes join a long string of big winning tickets sold at Shell Foodmart at 2045 E. U.S. Highway 180. On April 28, a $250,000 winning Emerald 7s Ruby 7s Scratcher™ ticket -- Continue reading

Grant County governing bodies designate Tuesday, May 5, as Give Grandly! Day

The Grant County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that 5 governing bodies in Grant County:
The Commission of Grant County,
The Town of Silver City,
The City of Bayard,
The Town of Hurley
and
The-- Continue reading

Nearly 400 Students to Earn Degrees at WNMU Spring Commencement Exercises

Silver City, NM – One of Western New Mexico University's larger graduating classes will be earning diplomas at the spring commencement exercises on Friday, May 15.

At least 390 students are scheduled-- Continue reading

Ft. Bayard Museum Open for Santa Clara Parade and Fiesta

There will be a Ft. Bayard float at the Santa Clara Parade and Fiesta. Come visit the Ft. Bayard Historic Preservation Society's booth before visiting the museum. Information 575-388-4477.

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SWNM Leadership class announces winners of fundraiser

SWNM Leadership class announces winners of fundraiser

The members of the Southwest New Mexico Leadership Course announced the winners of the raffle and 50-50 fundraising efforts on Friday Afternoon at 1st Savings Bank.

With a goal of $5,500 to benefit an-- Continue reading

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