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Students To Research Fungal Communities In The Gila

Students To Research Fungal Communities In The Gila

WNMU student Gabe Gilmore in a science lab on the Western New Mexico University campusSilver City, NM – Students in the Natural Sciences Department were recently awarded a National Science Foundation g-- Continue reading

SW Bird Art Show 2016 "People's Choice"

SW Bird Art Show 2016

"A Mountain Bluebird's Home in the Aspen," an oil painting by Jackie Blurton, won the much-desired "People's Choice" award at the Grant County Art Guild's third annual Southwest Bird Art Show, now sho-- Continue reading

GRADS Program Coordinator Retires After 20 Years of Service to Community

GRADS Program Coordinator Retires After 20 Years of Service to Community

Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Department Chief Administrator Edgar Gomez presents Melody Richins of Hidalgo Medical Services with an Appreciation Certificate from the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Department signed-- Continue reading

Rep. Don Tripp comes to Silver City

Rep. Don Tripp comes to Silver City

Rebpublican candidate for NM HOuse district 38 listens as House Speaker Don Tripp, District 49, speaks Tuesday evening at a private home.

By Mary Alice Murphy

The Beat was invited to attend a Republic-- Continue reading

Cliff Schools receives new digital marquee

Cliff Schools receives new digital marquee

Pictured is A.D.Richins Jr., Assistant Vice President, First New Mexico Bank, and Dean Spurgeon, Principal, Cliff Schools.

Cliff School would like to thank First New Mexico Bank for its generous donat-- Continue reading

Prevention Coalition names new coordinator

Prevention Coalition names new coordinator

Silver City, New Mexico, April 14, 2016: The Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (YSAPC) has named Michael M. McGee, LADAC, MSW, as their new Program Coordinator. The new coordinator joins as t-- Continue reading

Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest work on a badge at Lawley Toyota

Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest work on a badge at Lawley Toyota

From left are Teressa Gallegos, Jordyn Terrazas, Haley Kelley, Erica Camacho, Rachel Windsor, and Lawley Toyota employees, Trent Bohl and service consultant A.J. Tow.

 

 

 

 

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Students receive Orange Belts

From left to right back row: Sensei Trent Petty, Tiffany Skinner, Milton Perkins, Avery Beck, Hyrum Perkins, Anson Beck, Holdyn Cluff, Sensei Chad Petty, Isaac Beck, Joshua Beck, Sensei Chelsea Petty.

These students received their Orange belts at Oni Ken Karate on April 8, 2016

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