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You’re never too old to help a child

You’re never too old to help a child

By Laura Breed, Big Sister

January is National Mentoring Month. This is the first of four articles recognizing the importance of mentoring.

When I joined the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, I was co-- Continue reading

GS of the Desert SW to have "Agent of Change" workshops

GS of the Desert SW to have

In the above photo are girls and leaders from Troop 54289 showing words they will learn how to use when talking about themselves/friends or troop members.
From left, back row, are leader Debbie Silva,-- Continue reading

4 Grant County Masonic Lodges install officers for 2017

4 Grant County Masonic Lodges install officers for 2017

Front row, from Left to right: the Masters for 2017, Jeff Larkin Hurley #55, Jacob Trench Mimbres #10, and Val Brahm Silver City #8. Not shown is Dean Holloway for Santa Rita #44.
Rear row, from Left t-- Continue reading

Coats for Kids, 2016

Coats for Kids, 2016

Lieutenant James Cruzan distributed coats to Sixth Street Elementary which were received by Deanna Salas (school nurse)Lieutenant James Cruzan distributed coats to Harrison Schmitt which were received-- Continue reading

Grant County puts up new signs to and at the airport

Grant County Economic Developer and Planner Michael "Mischa" Larisch said people have sometimes been confused about how to get to the Grant County Airport. As a solution, new signs have been posted.


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