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WNMU Music Professor Releases First Album, "Influences"

WNMU Music Professor Releases First Album,

Silver City, NM – A debut album is special to any musician, and it's especially true to Danny Reyes, who describes the release of his album Influences as a dream come true.

"I worked on this album for-- Continue reading

New WNMU Nursing Honor Society Inducts Members

New WNMU Nursing Honor Society Inducts Members

Photo: Inductee Dr. Alexis Harsh (center) with President Joseph Shepard (left) and School of Nursing Department Chair Joe Heidrick (right).

Silver City, NM –Western New Mexico University School of Nurs-- Continue reading

The Volunteer Center Receives 2014 Chispa Grant

The Volunteer Center Receives 2014 Chispa Grant

NMCF Announces its 2014 Chispa Awards

Photo: FoodCorps member, Elena Mitchel (left), and The Volunteer Center's Becca Anderson (right) receiving the Chispa Award and $7000 unrestricted grant.

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Sun Valley Do-It-Best Announces Winners of Christmas Decorating Contest

Sun Valley Do-It-Best Announces Winners of Christmas Decorating Contest

Photo below: First place winner, Jack Dalton of Silver City (right), receives $150 for best Christmas home decorations from Sun Valley Do It Best Center Manager Jaime Torres (left).

 

Photo below: Ma-- Continue reading

Girl Scouts Hold Bridging Ceremony

Girl Scouts Hold Bridging Ceremony

Photo: (front row, left to right) Katelynn Clark, Alexis McKinney, Anastasia Campbell; (back row, left to right) Leader Lindsey Skinner, Angel Lopez, Brooklynn Allred, Hanna Skinner and Leader Candice-- Continue reading

Grant County Art Guild Supports Local Art Classes

Grant County Art Guild Supports Local Art Classes

Photo: Tom Vaughan and Leslie Crumbley

Tom Vaughan, president of Grant County Art Guild, presented donations to area art teachers Leslie Crumbley, from Cobre School District, and LeAnn Cook, from Silv-- Continue reading

First Born Celebrates Families

First Born Celebrates Families

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barbara Nelson from the Imagination Library, one of First Born's collaborators and a non-profit organization which is dedi-- Continue reading

Girl Scout sing Christmas carols at Fort Bayard

Local Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest sang Christmas carols for residents at Fort Bayard hospital, including the Veterans' ward. The event was hosted by Troop 196 and included Girl Scouts from Troops 049, 142, 302, 307, 352, 370, and 834.

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