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GC Girl Scouts hold annual Bridging Ceremony

GC Girl Scouts hold annual Bridging Ceremony

Troop No. 142 from Silver CityTroop No. 302 from Silver CityTroop No. 370 from BayardFrom left are Annette Toney, and from Troop No. 302 Rachel Windsor, Ashlyn RicheyGirl Scouts of the Desert Southwes-- Continue reading

S C Fire Department Recognized

Tuesday Sept 6 members of the First United Methodist Church treated the SC Fire Department fire fighters to Pizza and desert in greatful appreciation for all they do to protect our community.

Pastor M-- Continue reading

"Best Pie" Contest

As part of the "Taste of Downtown" MainStreet coordinated a "Best Pie Contest". Sue Been won the competition with her entry, a three apple candied jalapeños pie. The "Best Pie Contest" judges took thei-- Continue reading

Pictures from a morning walk

How wonderful to have so many wildflowers blossoming this late in the Fall. – EarnestO Stolpe

 

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Smokey Bear sign in Mimbres

Photographer Alison Trombly provided this photo to the Beat. "Found this Smokey on Rt. 35 in the Mimbres. First red one I've seen. We took a wonderful ride around the mountains then into PA on Monday. Wildflowers in bloom and just a gorgeous day to be out with a camera."

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Study Links News Coverage With Mass Shootings

Study Links News Coverage With Mass Shootings

Andrew Joy, graduate student; and Dr. Jennifer Johnston, professor of psychologySilver City, NM – A recently presented review study on the relationship between news coverage and mass shootings in Americ-- Continue reading

Local Girl Scouts Make, Donate Quilts to the Silver Care Center

Local Girl Scouts Make, Donate Quilts to the Silver Care Center

Residents of the Silver Care Center seated in front, from left, are Cruz Ponce, Amelia Munoz, Margarita Munoz, Rita Parsons, Girl Scouts standing, from left, are Amelia Ellis, Ashlyn Richey, and Alexi-- Continue reading

April Matthews named WNMU Employee of the Year

April Matthews named WNMU Employee of the Year

April Matthews
"WNMU Staff Employee of the Year"
Silver City, NM – The computer as it was known in 1987 would be unrecognizable today. No one knows better than April Matthews who has been at Western New M-- Continue reading

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