charlene chandler rsCharlene Chandler, 83, of Silver City, NM went to be with her Lord and Savior surrounded by her family and friends at the home of her daughter, Cindy Chandler-Maxwell and companion Dr. John Rogers.

Charlene was born November 7, 1934 in Saffell, AR, to Elmer and Dessie West.

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lonnie sandoval rsLonnie Sandoval, candidate for Grant County SheriffI have 28½ years of law enforcement experience and am a longtime resident of Grant County. I’ve been married to my wife Anna Maynes, who was born and raised here in Grant County, for 17½ years. I have 5 children, two (2) of whom are grown and have moved away. The other three (3) attend school in the Silver District.

Robert McDonald announces his candidacy:

rays photo 4.2018Ray Tavizon is a long-time resident of Grant County. He was educated in Silver Consolidated Schools and graduated from Western New Mexico University’s Police Academy in 1986.

 In 1985 at age 22, he began his law enforcement career in Lordsburg with the Hidalgo County sheriff’s department. When Lordsburg Police Department was established in 1987, he was hired as a patrolman and a few months later promoted to Assistant Chief of Police as lieutenant. He ran the Lordsburg Police department for 12 years. In 1997, while still serving as the assistant chief of Police, he was honored as the "Officer of the Year."

mary ann sedilloI am writing to announce my candidacy for Grant County Probate Judge for the June 5 Primary Election on the Democrat ticket.

I was born on August 30, 1957 in Silver City, NM. I grew up in Santa Rita; at the age of 12, our family moved to Santa Clara and currently I live in Silver City.

I am married to Alfred Sedillo, manager at Sun-Valley True Value Hardware. My parents are Macario and Margaret Chavez of Santa Clara. I have three sons: Mack Trujillo, a pharmacist with SAM's Club of Mission Hills, California and his daughter Mackenzie, 16; Leo Trujillo, an Assistant Fire Management Officer with the US Forest Service, his wife Alexa and their three children, Brendan, 17, Amaya, 15, and Ahlyia, 13; and James Trujillo, an Environmental Technician with Freeport-McMoRan, his wife Krisann and their two children, Brayden, 10, and Marcus, 7.

provencio photoGrant County, NM --- Cindy Renee has announced her candidacy for County Commissioner, District 2 at various Democratic Party Meetings and events, and she officially filed on March 13. County Commission, District 2, is made up of most of the Mining District where Cindy Renee was raised by her mother, Cynthia Provencio Jones, and Grandparents, David and Mary Provencio. Cindy Renee is a proud graduate of Cobre High. She received a double Bachelor in English and Art, a graduate certificate in Art and completed course work in Sociology at Western New Mexico University before transferring to Texas Woman’s University where she received her Master of Arts in Multicultural Women’s and Gender studies. Cindy Renee has spent most of her professional career at Western New Mexico University while pursuing her undergraduate and graduate degrees; she was the Program Manager of Operations and Special Events at Miller Library until she recently took a position with Upper Gila Watershed Alliance as the Gila Latina Community Organizer to engage and educate the community about Forest Planning.

franklin owensGrant County, NM --- Don “Jesse” Franklin-Owens has formally announced his candidacy for Grant County Commissioner, District 1. District 1 is comprised of approximately 6,000 citizens and includes all of Arenas Valley, the Brewer Hill area of Silver City and the Village of Santa Clara.

Franklin-Owens moved to Grant County in 1978 and received his Bachelor of Academic Studies from Western New Mexico University in 1983 and a Master's in International Montessori Elementary Education in Washington, DC in 1984. Shortly thereafter, Franklin-Owens began work at the Guadalupe Montessori School in Silver City and founded the elementary program in 1984. After close to ten years at the Guadalupe Montessori School, in 1993, Franklin-Owens founded the Meadow Hawk Erdkinder Junior High School, based on Montessori principles. The Erdkinder school was the first of its kind in southern NM and was open from 1993-2010.

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