Created on Monday, 15 September 2014 11:50
Dear Community Supporters,
The faculty and staff of Aldo Leopold Charter School would like to send a message of thanks and appreciation to all who have been so supportive helping us over the past few-- Continue reading
Created on Monday, 25 August 2014 13:59
Photo: Mia Farmer with her new book and her sister, Marissa.
The Imagination Library of Grant County is making a name for itself. Its local efforts are being felt not only across the state, but in Wa-- Continue reading
Created on Wednesday, 20 August 2014 13:41
Photo: Kinsey Fisher
Former Lone Mountain 4-H member, Kinsey Fisher was awarded a $500 scholarship from the 4-H Club. While in the Lone Mountain 4-H Club, Kinsey held the office of President twice, at-- Continue reading
Created on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 05:17
Photo (left to right): Robert Pack, Lori Bonomo, Serina Pack, Chad Paavola, John Baumberger, Jerry Friedler, Robert Carson, Horse Pfeifer, Alma Carson, Sabra Humphrey, Eleanor Paavola, and Sabrina Pa-- Continue reading
Created on Saturday, 09 August 2014 04:41
Robert Pack, a Junior at WNMU, and graduate of Cliff High School, was recently selected as National Child Awareness Month Youth Ambassador. Fifty-one distinguished youth are selected, one from each st-- Continue reading
Created on Friday, 08 August 2014 15:52
The Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce on Friday held a ribbon cutting ceremony for AVESA Holistic Therapies, a new business in Silver City. They are located at 508 West Broadway Street. The-- Continue reading
Created on Tuesday, 05 August 2014 17:18
Photo (left to right): Kate Watson, Joe Kellerman, Suzanne Kavanagh, Georgia Bearup and Sunny Yates
Joseph Kellerman, Suzanne Kavanagh and Georgia Bearup were designated Paul Harris Fellows for havin-- Continue reading
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