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Girl Scout Troup 54370 Would like to Thank the Entire Community

Girl Scout Troup 54370 Would like to Thank the Entire Community

Pictured from left to right standing Gabby Arciero, Aliyah Muniz, Navaeh Cabrera, Shavelle Ortiz, Aimerie Pena. Seated from left to right are Araceli Arambula, Estrella Arambula, Lucy Montenegro and K-- Continue reading

Oni Ken Karate announces two orange belt students

Azian and Avery Castro have just received their Orange belt in Shuri Ryu Karate.

Thank you very much for supporting the children in our community.

Trent Petty
Oni Ken Karate

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Cow Trail Pump and Well Service

Cow Trail Pump and Well Service LC installs and services submersible pumps in water wells. The company holds New Mexico ES-10 Pump Installer license # 386243. Equipment includes a Monitor M-33a pump h-- Continue reading

Language Institute Welcomes Mexicans For Intensive English Program

 Language Institute Welcomes Mexicans For Intensive English Program

Pictured: Program participants with Manuel Rodriguez, Director of the Language Institute, at center.

Silver City, NM – More than 70 students representing different Mexican universities arrived to Wester-- Continue reading

Photo from Grant County Beat in November-December issue of Semper Fi magazine

Photo from Grant County Beat in November-December issue of Semper Fi magazine

By Mary Alice Murphy

This author attended an event in Silver City on Feb. 19, 2015, which honored the veterans living in Grant County who served during World War II in the Iwo Jima battle in the Pacif-- Continue reading

Girl Scout Troop Holds Mad Hatter Party

Girl Scout Troop Holds Mad Hatter Party

Troop 54196 Hosted a Mommy and Me Mad Hatter Tea Party on November 15 at Ft. Bayard Community Center! Girl Scouts signed in with The Cheshire Cat before going "Down The Rabbit Hole". They were treated-- Continue reading

Kasey Brown of Silver City Competing on the Mesalands Rodeo Team

Kasey Brown of Silver City Competing on the Mesalands Rodeo Team

TUCUMCARI, NM - Mesalands Community College is pleased to announce that Kasey Brown of Silver City, NM is a member of the Mesalands Rodeo Team for the 2015-2016 season. Brown is a recipient of the Sta-- Continue reading

It Was The First Time She Got Sick... And It Turned Out To Be Cancer

It Was The First Time She Got Sick... And It Turned Out To Be Cancer

Amanda, Peter, Esperanza and Anna Alcorta

Anna Alcorta will turn two years old at the end of this month and yet her little body has already experienced more than most adults go through in a lifetime.-- Continue reading

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