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Unofficial Municipal Election Results, March 3, 2015

Unofficial municipal election results for Silver City town councilors from March 3, 2015, show the two incumbents, District 1's Cynthia Bettison and unopposed District 3's José Ray's re-elections.

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Wind Advisory this afternoon 030215

Wind Advisory this afternoon 030215

Strong Winds Possible Over Southwest New Mexico This Afternoon...

.strong Southwest Flow Ahead Of An Advancing Pacific Front Will
Increase The Surface Winds Across Portions Of Southwest New Mexico
This Afternoon. Winds Will Be Strongest Along And In The Vicinity
Of East Slopes Of Area Mountains. Local Areas Of Blowing Dust Will
Also Occur. Winds Will Diminish Early This Evening.

Southern Gila Highlands/black Range-
Southern Gila Foothills/mimbres Valley-
Southwest Desert/lower Gila River Valley-lowlands Of The Bootheel-
Uplands Of The Bootheel-southwest Desert/mimbres Basin-
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SCPD Weekend Report 02/27/15 4:00 PM – 03/2/15 8:00 AM

For the weekend, beginning Friday, February 27, 2015, at 4:00 pm and ending Monday, March 2, 2015, at 8:00 am officers of the Silver City Police Department responded to 67 calls for service and had 11-- Continue reading

New Voting Convenience Center for Silver City Election on March 3

The convenience center will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day, March 3, 2015

The Town of Silver City is pleased to announce that they will have a Voting Convenience Center for the March 3r-- Continue reading

TVC's Commons celebrates grand opening of Nuevos Comienzos

The Commons at The Volunteer Center held the grand opening of its commercial kitchen and Nuevos Comienzos, which will offer classes and opportunities for gardens to create value-added products from th-- Continue reading

Expanding Your Horizons 2015 took place Saturday

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

Expanding Your Horizons 2015 brought more than 300 girls from fifth through eighth grades from schools in the four counties of southwest New Mexico—Grant, Hidalgo, Catron and Luna.

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GRMC continues to maintain financial cushion

Editor's Note: You may notice a new name in a leadership position and an additional leadership position added. Chief Executive Officer Brian Cunningham told the Beat that Dan Otero has been made chief administrative officer and Jed Rudd had replaced Otero as chief operations officer. "With the growth in the organization, with the family practice and the other practices that are part of the hospital, including cardiology, psychiatry, and pain management, as well as for 'population health,' this takes us into the future. We needed more focus in the area."

By Mary Alice Murphy

At the Gila Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees meeting at noon, Friday, Feb. 27, the members honored two long-time employees of the hospital. Yvonne Holguin has worked for 15 years in the operating room and Debra Martinez, for 15 years in registration. Neither was there to receive her recognition.

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A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant and a Prayer 022615

Photos and Article by Shirin McArthur

Silver Regional Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) presented a groundbreaking collection of monologues at WNMU's Light Hall on Thursday, February 26. Entitled "A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant and a Prayer," this work is a call to demand an end to violence against women.-- Continue reading

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