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Professor to Research Student-Athlete Injuries

Professor to Research Student-Athlete Injuries

Silver City, NM - Western New Mexico University professor Dr. Miguel Narvaez will be joining a handful of professors in the region this summer to study the effects of injury among collegiate athletes.-- Continue reading

High School Students Spend Spring Break on Black Range District

High School Students Spend Spring Break on Black Range District

TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, N.M.; April 15, 2015 – Hot Springs High School students kept a long-standing tradition going by volunteering their time working on the Black Range Ranger District of the Gila Nati-- Continue reading

The Silver City Museum Welcomes Hillary Pierce as the New Curator of Education

The Silver City Museum Welcomes Hillary Pierce as the New Curator of Education

The Silver City Museum welcomes Hillary Pierce, the new Curator of Education. As curator, Hillary will be working to build the museum's relationship with schools, expand educational programs, and deve-- Continue reading

Wilderness Kennel Club Donates Food to HDHS in April

Shown left to right WKC members Deb Rudy and Dee Cruzan, HDHS Administrator Gigi Shoaf and WKC member Karen Blisard

Members of the Wilderness Kennel Club recently presented the High Desert Humane Soci-- Continue reading

Caregiver Refresher Training Awards Certififcates

Caregiver Refresher Training Awards Certififcates

Pictured (in no particular order): Dee Altosa, Brian Arrington, Jeffery Arrington, Lupe Carbajal, Bonnie Clark, Lillian Ellars, Rosemary Gutierrez, Lisa Hernandez, John Heslip, Kathie Hunt, Audrey Lop-- Continue reading

Silver City Ladies Golf Association ACE DAY

The Silver City Ladies Golf Association ACE DAY season opener was sunny and bright, but couldn't outshine the winners' smiles. Sara Humphrys, 9-holer, and B J Mathews, 18-holer were the best of the day.

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Miller Library hosts Cobre Schools Art Show through April 17

Miller Library hosts Cobre Schools Art Show through April 17

Western New Mexico University has partnered with students in the Cobre School District, grades K-12, to display art through April 17 at Miller Library. Award winners were determined by a panel of judg-- Continue reading

DWI Program Lyrics Contest winner named

Congratulations to Milagro Salgado, winner of the Grant County DWI Prevention Program's lyrics contest. Milagro is a student as OHS, and won a laptop! Pictured is Milagro (with his laptop), Cindy McClean, and students at OHS.

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