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First Presbyterian Church announces new pastor

First Presbyterian Church of Silver City is happy to announce that the Rev. John Charles Cheek has been called to serve as its pastor. John will be in Silver City two Sundays per month, as well as the-- Continue reading

Survey Finds Grant County NonProfits Employ 10% of the Labor Force and Contribute Nearly $25 Million to Local Economy Annually

Silver City, NM – The nonprofit sector is a major economic driver in Grant County, employing nearly 10 percent of the local labor force and contributing nearly $25 million to the local economy in 2015[1-- Continue reading

Silver City Masons Assist 4H Shooters

Silver City Masons Assist 4H Shooters

Left to right: Kim Neal 4H Leader, Val Brahm Masonic Liaison, Seth Neal, Conner Brown, Kensi Wheeler, Jedaniah Tarpley, 4Hers and Bob Baker Masonic LiaisonSilver City Masonic Lodge #8 supports the Gra-- Continue reading

Wilger named to Alliance for School-Based Health Care

Wilger named to Alliance for School-Based Health Care

The newly elected board members of the New Mexico Alliance for School-based Health Center: (left to right) Susan Wilger, Mary Kay Pera, Italia Aranda Gonzalez, Theresa Hidalgo, Caitlin Adams, Edgar Cr-- Continue reading

Santa Clara Splash Park project holds ground breaking

Santa Clara Splash Park project holds ground breaking

Village of Santa Clara Mayor Richard Bauch speaking to the crowdMayor Richard Bauch and members of the Village Council are shown turning dirt along with supporters, chamber of commerce members, and Vi-- Continue reading

Literacy Link – Leamos Receives $10,000 Grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to Support Adult Literacy

Silver City, NM – May 20, 2016 – This week, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded Literacy Link - Leamos a $10,000 grant to support adult literacy programs. This local grant award is part of ove-- Continue reading

The Grant County Art Guild announces the winners of the Member's Opening Show

The Grant County Art Guild announces the winners of the Member's Opening Show

"Best of Show" Nuns Retreat, by Fidel HinojosaThe Best of Show in Fine Art and also First in Oil is "Nun's Retreat" by Fidel Hinojosa. Second in Oil is"Zuni Adobe" by C.R. Thibeau and Third is "Winter-- Continue reading

Some WNMU Spring 2016 graduation photos

Some WNMU Spring 2016 graduation photos

Photos Courtesy of Western New Mexico University

Editor's Note: Identification of individuals was not provided, but you'll know who you are.

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