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Aldo Leopold Charter School's 2017 Ella, Michael and Ella Memorial Scholarship Recipients Named

Aldo Leopold Charter School's 2017 Ella, Michael and Ella Memorial Scholarship Recipients Named

Left to Right: Faith Diamanti and Olivia Moritz
Picture Credit: ALCS Staff
Silver City, NM: Olivia Moritz and Faith Diamanti have been named by the New Mexico Community Foundation as the 2017 recipients-- Continue reading

HMS and CYFD "Crochet for Kids" Partnership Produces Many Handmade Items for Local Foster Children

HMS and CYFD

HMS-CYFD "Crochet for Kids" project volunteers (from L to R) – Maura Rico, Teresa Bravo, June Diaz, Ashley Crotts, Leslie Tomerlin,
Lynn Hendley, and Lucia McKeag.
Traci McComas, a Grant County communit-- Continue reading

WNMU students visit Panama, provide volunteer service during alternative spring break

WNMU students visit Panama, provide volunteer service during alternative spring break

Pictured are WNMU students with residents of a Gamboa village in Panama, during their Alternative Spring Break experience.

Silver City, NM – For a group of five students at Western New Mexico University-- Continue reading

4-H "Hands for Larger Service"

4-H isn’t just about shooting sports or showing livestock. One of the main focuses of 4-H is community service. Several clubs in Grant County have been very busy doing community service in the community-- Continue reading

Ribbon Cutting for Farmers Insurance - Seawolf Agency

Ribbon Cutting for Farmers Insurance - Seawolf Agency

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Saturday – April 8 to celebrate the opening of Farmers Insurance – Seawolf Agency located at 301 West College, Suite 6 in Silver City. Owner/agent Ruth D. Seawolf is sho-- Continue reading

Kiwanis Student of the Month, March

Kiwanis Student of the Month, March

The Kiwanis Club of Silver City honored the Kiwanis Students of the Month at a special luncheon on April 4, 2017. The Kiwanis Student of the Month program recognizes outstanding students as well as mo-- Continue reading

Senior Olympics shooters compete

Senior Olympics shooters compete

Bobbie FisherCopper Country Senior Olympics continues to offer opportunities for seniors to compete for local recognition and opportunities to attend state and even national competitions.

Although competitions continue to be held, the official opening ceremony will take place Saturday, April 22, 2017 at the Silver High School track beginning at 10 a.m.-- Continue reading

Ribbon-cutting / Grand Opening of Elemental Artisans

Ribbon-cutting / Grand Opening of Elemental Artisans

The event was held Friday – April 7, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. This new custom jewelry and photography shop is located at 406-B Bullard Street in downtown Silver City. Owners: Ken Silagy and Nina Dillard are s-- Continue reading

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