Isaiah Soliz encourages fellow Cobre High School students to "spin the wheel" to learn more about the consequences of underage drinking.HMS SHAC students at Cobre High School promote the "Be the Voice" initiative to educate other students on recognizing and speaking up against teen dating

Girl Scouts and other community members showed up at Fort Bayard Veteran's Cemetery this morning to help with the placing of more than 4000 flags for our veterans. There will be a Memorial Day service at 10 a.m. on Monday.


Presenter and HMS Clinical Psychologist Pat Rowan, PsyD, discusses effective communication

Silver City, NM (May 25, 2017) - Pat Rowan, PsyD, HMS Clinical Psychologist, presented “Say What? Adventures in Communication Land” to Grant County community members on Tuesday, May 23 at the HMS Silver City

Pictured from left front: Elena Jenkins, and Daniel Smith
Pictured from left rear: Miguel Trevizo of Mountain Ridge Ace Hardware, Robert and Alma Carson of Carson Insurance Agency
The Kiwanis Club of Silver City Community Foundation and Carson Insurance Agency partnered with Mountain Ridge Ace

[Editor's Note: The Beat was waiting on other photos which were not available. If they become available they will be added.]

This author did not get to everything that happened on Saturday, May 13, 2017, but wishes to make people aware that they happened.

St. Francis Newman Center Parish celebrated

JJ Amaro WilsonSilver City, NM - The accolades continue for author JJ Amaro Wilson and his most recent title Damnificados, an acclaimed fiction novel published in 2016.

Damnificados was awarded a Gold Medal by The Independent Publisher Book Awards in the Multicultural Fiction Category, selected from

Silver City, NM - Rancho Cucamonga, California is a fast growing metropolitan area of more than 100,000 residents. A stark contrast to the rural lifestyle of southwestern New Mexico where Cherokee Marquez chose to begin her career in animal care.

"People come in and they bring animals that are part

Silver City, NM - The child of Mexican immigrants, Edna Reyes has already made history with her family by being the first to graduate when she earned her undergraduate degree from Western New Mexico University. Soon, Reyes, 27, will be practicing immigration law for a leading law firm in Kansas.


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