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Red Canyon Remains at 14,418 Acres on June 28, 2015

EMNRD-FORESTRY DIVISION

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U.S. Forest Service
Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands
Magdalena Ranger District
Magdalena, New Mexico

Red Canyon Remains at 14,418 Acres

Magdalena, NM - For Immediate Release. The 14,418 acre Red Canyon Fire on the Magdalena Ranger District had minimal fire spread yesterday. The lightning-caused fire is located in the San Mateo Mountains, 2 miles southeast of Grassy Lookout and 27 miles southwest of Magdalena, NM.-- Continue reading

Commissary Fire Update of June 28, 2015

EMNRD-FORESTRY DIVISION

EMNRD Forestry Divsion For the Santa Fe National Forest

Start Date: June 5, 2015 Percent Contained: 0%

Size: 1,531 acres Growth Potential: Low
Vegetation: Ponderosa pine, aspen, mixed conifer, grass and brush

Summary: The lightning-caused Commissary Fire on the Pecos/Las Vegas Ranger District is located 13 miles to the east of Pecos, NM and two miles south of Barillas Peak.-- Continue reading

HMS Family Medicine Residency Program Graduates First Rural Residents

Photos and Article by Shirin McArthur

The first class of Hidalgo Medical Center's Family Medicine Residency Program was honored at a graduation ceremony at Bear Mountain Lodge on Saturday afternoon.-- Continue reading

Saturday was last day for Silver Heights Nursery; Country Girls Nursery moving in

Saturday was last day for Silver Heights Nursery; Country Girls Nursery moving in

From left, Country Girls Nursery owners Sarah Wolf and her mother, Kendra, prepare to move into Silver Heights Nursery, being vacated by Regina and Steve Vinson.

 

 

 

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Cliff 4-H fundraiser dunks Tractor Supply manager multiple times

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

A fundraiser for the Cliff 4-H program and the Grant County Federation of Republican Women was hosted by Tractor Supply on Saturday, June 26, 2015.

Tractor Supply Manager Cris Ochoa volunteered for the dunking chair. He spent as much time in the water as he did shivering on top of the seat. -- Continue reading

GRMC Board of Trustees presents resolution to retiring member

GRMC Board of Trustees presents resolution to retiring member

GRMC Board Chairman Charles Kelly presents resolution to vice chairman Pam Archibald. (Courtesy Photo)

By Mary Alice Murphy

Gila Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees Chairman Charles Kelly presented what he called a "bittersweet" resolution to Pam Archibald, board vice chairman and Finance Committee chairwoman, at the Friday, June 26, 2015, board meeting at the hospital.-- Continue reading

Silver City Daily Press Celebrates its 80th birthday with a street party June 26, 2015

At the street party last night to celebrate the Silver City Daily Press' 80th birthday, music and a birthday cake greeted visitors, who chatted and danced.

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

Photos of NM 90-Hudson Bridge reconstruction 062715

Photos of NM 90-Hudson Bridge reconstruction 062715

The Beat thanks the anonymous photographer who continues to chronicle the NM 90-Hudson Street Bridge project.

The pier forms are being constructed and will be filled with concrete.

These were taken Saturday, June 27, 2015

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