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GRMC’s Health Hospital Healthy Community Initiative

GRMC’s Health Hospital Healthy Community Initiative

A few years ago, Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) was facing some serious financial challenges, with a $9 million negative "bottom line" in 2013. Since then, State Medicaid Supplemental Funding to-- Continue reading

Riding the Divide

Riding the Divide

L to R: Meghan Dinneen, Philadelphia, PA
Taylor Kuyk-White, Philadelphia, PA
Carolyn Whelan, Santa Fe, NM
These happy gals stopped off at the Jumping Cactus this morning before heading to Antelope Wells.-- Continue reading

New Leadership, Direction For WNMU School of Business

New Leadership, Direction For WNMU School of Business

Left to right: Dr. David Scarborough, professor of management;
Dr. Miguel Vicens, School of Business Associate Dean;
and Dr. Chip Campbell, professor of marketing.
Silver City, NM – A new school year bring-- Continue reading

Summer Academies Celebrate Success

Summer Academies Celebrate Success

The Health Careers Academy (HCA) graduates present their lead instructor, Holly Nummerdor, with a cast they created and signed during their laboratory on bone setting. This year’s HCA students had the h-- Continue reading

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship begins construction of labyrinth

UU member Harriet Rogers placed the first rockPhotos and narrative by John Catsis

Members of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Silver City began construction this past Sunday on what will be a-- Continue reading

Tyrone Community Fellowship Announces New Pastor

Tyrone Community Fellowship Announces New Pastor

Trent PettyTyrone Community Fellowship would like to announce we have a new pastor.

Trent Petty has accepted our call to be our new pastor.

Trent has been a Baptist deacon for many years and is now mo-- Continue reading

Local Girl Scouts Visit Humane Society

Local Girl Scouts Visit Humane Society

Girl Scouts from the Desert Southwest in Silver City made homemade treats to take to the Humane Society. In the first picture are new members this summer Kiani Mountain and Makayla Sapien rolling the-- Continue reading

Oni Ken Karate Announcement, August 3, 2016

Renshi Mark Gorman, Trent Petty, Chad Petty and Anna GormanTrent Petty and Chad Petty, instructors at Oni Ken Karate here in Silver City, received their 2nd Degree Black Belts at Mountain Eagle Karate in Albuquerque.

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