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Kiwanis K-Kids Perform Community Service and Display Leadership

Kiwanis K-Kids Perform Community Service and Display Leadership

Photo Courtesy of Lori Bonomo

Photo (left to right): Alexia Sandoval, Alexis McKinney, Anali Mendoza, Asia Vasquez, Mya Bencomo, Ariel Alvarado, Colin Fendrich, Tru Ugarte, Allen Maciel, Matthew Terra-- Continue reading

Sc-GC Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon cutting at El Gallo Pinto

Sc-GC Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon cutting at El Gallo Pinto

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce today,Friday, October 31, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at El Gal-- Continue reading

Girl Scout Halloween Party and Service Project

Girl Scout Halloween Party and Service Project

 

Photo: Girls Scouts of the Desert Southwest Grant County

Girl Scouts held their annual Halloween Party at Tyrone Community Center on October 30th.  Special Halloween Carnival Event was held for -- Continue reading

AmBank Donates Billboard Use for Bond C Campaign

AmBank Donates Billboard Use for Bond C Campaign

Pictured is WNMU President Dr. Joe Shepard and AmBank President Mike Trujillo.

Silver City, NM – AmBank, soon to known as First American Bank, has once again partnered with Western New Mexico University-- Continue reading

A Scholarship Funded by Purses

 A Scholarship Funded by Purses

Photo: Danna Stout, auctioneer and Kim Hopwood, winning bidder on Savannah Guthrie's purse.

Silver City, NM-This past Saturday, October 18 community members enjoyed an exciting day of sisterhood, del-- Continue reading

Silver City Community Supports Efforts to “End Polio Now”

Silver City Community Supports Efforts to “End Polio Now”

Photo: Rotary District Governor Lonnie Leslie addresses attendees at the Silver City Rotary Club's End Polio Now Reception 

Forty Grant County community members gathered for the Rotary Club of Silver-- Continue reading

Literacy Link-Leamos Book Program Gives 8,000-plus Books to Children

Literacy Link-Leamos Book Program Gives 8,000-plus Books to Children

 

SILVER CITY, N.M., (October 17, 2014) ¬– Let's Read, Literacy Link-Leamos' book giveaway project, is going strong, with almost 12,000 new books coming in over the summer. Twenty-five volunteers la-- Continue reading

WNMU Welcomes the Return of #NamesProject Quilts

WNMU Welcomes the Return of #NamesProject Quilts

Taking place during International Latino Aids Awareness Week, Panels from Nobel Prize-Nominated AIDS Memorial Quilt on Display at WNMU Graham Gym Oct-13-17

Silver City, NM / WNMU: The Names Project Q-- Continue reading

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