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Grant County Federation of Republican Women Meet Wednesday, April 8

Grant County Republican women will meet for lunch on Wednesday, April 8, at 11:30 a.m. at Western New Mexico University in the Sunset Room. Representative Dianne Hamilton has been asked to speak at th-- Continue reading

Cynthia Ann Bettison is candidate for Silver City Councilor, District 1

Cynthia Ann Bettison is candidate for Silver City Councilor, District 1

Silver City Town Councilor Cynthia Ann Bettison is seeking reelection to the District 1 Council seat in the March 3 Municipal Election. Bettison has served on the Town Council for three consecutive tw-- Continue reading

Frances Vasquez is candidate for Silver School Board District 3

Frances Vasquez is candidate for Silver School Board District 3

Frances Vasquez is a candidate for the current Silver school board election in District 3. District 3 is comprised of precincts 14 and 18, and parts of precinct 12 and 13. School board elections are T-- Continue reading

Town of Silver City Municipal Election to be Held Mar. 3

ABSENTEE AND EARLY VOTING

Absentee Voting for the March 3, 2015 Regular Municipal Election for the Town of Silver City will begin on January 27, 2015 and will end March 3, 2015. Voters wishing to vote-- Continue reading

Frances Gonzales Announces Candidacy for Cobre School Board

 Frances Gonzales Announces Candidacy for Cobre School Board

Bayard, NM – Grant County native Frances Gonzales is running for Position 4 on the Cobre Consolidated School Board.

Gonzales, a graduate of Cobre High School and Western New Mexico University, values-- Continue reading

Re-election sought by Petty for Silver Consolidated School Board District 3

Re-election sought by Petty for Silver Consolidated School Board District 3

Trent Petty is seeking re-election for Silver Consolidated School Board, District 3 and will be on the ballot for School Board election, Tuesday, February 3.

In the past 4 years, we have accomplished-- Continue reading

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