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Published on Thursday, 12 January 2017 13:03
On Tuesday, February 7, Justin Wecks will be seeking to win the District 4 Silver Consolidated School Board seat currently held by Board President Arnold Torres. Wecks is a former public educator with-- Continue reading
Published on Saturday, 07 January 2017 20:20
Frank Gomez was raised in Tyrone, NM and is a graduate from Silver High School. After completing high school he volunteered and served in the US Army. Once his enlistment was completed Frank Gomez ret-- Continue reading
Published on Friday, 06 January 2017 13:14
My name is Daniel Arrey and I am officially announcing my candidacy for Silver Consolidated School Board Member in District 4. I have been a resident of the Silver City community for over thirty years-- Continue reading
Published on Monday, 05 December 2016 16:07
I am thrilled to formally announce my candidacy for School Board member District 2 of Silver Consolidated School District, for the 2017-2020 term. As a resident of the Grant County community for over-- Continue reading
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