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GRMC puts together Thanksgiving gift baskets

GRMC puts together Thanksgiving gift baskets

The Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) Foundation and Auxiliary teamed up to put together Thanksgiving gift baskets for GRMC caregivers that are dealing with financial challenges this time of year. P-- Continue reading

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Ribbon Cutting at Ambercare

Ribbon Cutting at Ambercare

The Silver City Grant County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony during the Tuesday night open house for Ambercare. During the past year, Ambercare has grown so much they needed new off-- Continue reading

Grant County Girl Scouts hold Mother/Daughter Tea & Spa

Grant County Girl Scouts hold Mother/Daughter Tea & Spa

Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest in Grant County held their annual Mother and Daughter Tea/Spa Party.

Forty girls and their moms had the opportunity to make Sugar Scrubs, Salt Soaks, Chap Stix, and-- Continue reading

Second of New Art Sculptures Installed on Campus

Second of New Art Sculptures Installed on Campus

"Tres Ventanas" by artist Greg Reiche.Silver City, NM – The second of seven art sculptures that will be populating the Western New Mexico University main campus was installed in the newly landscaped are-- Continue reading

Sillver City Business Goes Green

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – USDA Rural Development State Director Terry Brunner announced today the funding of funds to build a new solar power system at the Robert Rydeski Insurance Agency in Southeast New Mexic-- Continue reading

Gem & Mineral Society Donation

Gem & Mineral Society Donation

Sonya Dixon, Director for the Bayard Library (left) poses with Ann Owen, president of the Grant County Rolling Stones Gem & Mineral Society, and library assistant MJ Medela while accepting the geo-- Continue reading

Santa Clara Splash Park

Santa Clara Splash Park

Mayor Richard Bauch and members of the Santa Clara Village Council cut the ribbon opening the Santa Clara Splash Park. They had hoped to open the park a couple of months earlier while the weather was-- Continue reading

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