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Big Brothers Big Sisters Board Grows in Grant County

Silver City - Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region announces the addition of two new regional board members. The regional board oversees fundraising, recruitment and program growth in Doña Ana and -- Continue reading

Free Flu Vaccination Drive-Through Clinic in Lordsburg a Great Success

Free Flu Vaccination Drive-Through Clinic in Lordsburg a Great Success

Left to right: Albert Diaz, RN; Valerie Crane, MA; Jared Fralie, MA;
Dusti Conover, MA; Forrest Henry, DO; Sayra Davis, MA
Silver City, NM (October 5, 2016) A total of 262 flu vaccinations were administ-- Continue reading

Nursing Scholarships Awarded by Martin Family

Nursing Scholarships Awarded by Martin Family

Pictured back row from left are Western Bank employee Andi Andazola, Bob Martin, Sue (Martin) Braun, Marie Martin, employee Courtney Berry, employee Vanessa Gomez, WNMU scholarship coordinator, Debra-- Continue reading

Girl Scouts hold annual Family Picnic

Girl Scouts hold annual Family Picnic

Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest in Grant County held their annual Family Picnic at Little Walnut Picnic Grounds.

Special guest was Ellen Brown of the Forest Service who talked to girls and parents-- Continue reading

Henry Torres buys swine at County Fair

Henry Torres buys swine at County Fair

Henry Torres, long time participant and supporter of the Cliff-Gila Grant County Fair, continues to support local youth.

Torres buys Ian Valenzuela's swine at the 2016 Jr. livestock sale. 

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Ribbon Cutting at People's Park

There was a good crowd in the People's Park
with the "I am Me" mural on the wall of Life Quest.
Photo by Dan Cook.
Deb Frasca, LifeQuest director, cuts the ribbon while PNM Representative Bruce Ashburn and Silver City Mayor Ken Ladner hold the ribbon.

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HMS to Share Junior Livestock Sale Purchase with Local Food Pantry

Silver City, NM (September 29, 2016) – Hidalgo Medical Services (HMS) and Jill Steidl, PA-C (HMS Certified Physician Assistant) have been buyers at the Grant County Fair Junior Livestock Sale Auction f-- Continue reading

San Vicente Artist Show Results

SVA held a combined Western and Wildlife and Gila River Landscape show on the weekend on Sept. 23 to Sept 25. 9 artists entered, including two from Deming and there were 39 pieces of art in the two sh-- Continue reading

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