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NM State Police seeks assistance in identifying suspects

NM State Police seeks assistance in identifying suspects

New Mexico State Police requests assistance with identifying these two suspects.

On July 1, 2015 a First Financial Credit Union debit card was stolen from Fort Bayard Medical Center in Bayard, New Mexico. This debit card was used throughout New Mexico including the following cities:

Silver City, Santa Fe, Clayton, Las Vegas, Truth or Consequences, Williamsburg, Deming, Roswell, and Las Cruces.

If you have any information regarding the possible identity of the below subjects, please contact the New Mexico State Police at 575-382-2500.

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Cobre School board hears about Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities program 031317

Cobre School board hears about Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities program 031317

Photos and article by Margaret Hopper

At right, Gabriel Holguin and Gilbert Guadiana are new Cobre School Board members.

Cobre’s school board met at Snell Middle School March 13, 2017. All members were present. They returned from the closed session which began at 6:00 and opened the public portion at 7:48 p.m.

The first action was to vote to retain the chairman, Toy Sepulveda, and the vice chair, Frank Cordova; the next vote was to select a board secretary, Frank Gomez, to replace Fran Kelly, whose term had expired.

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Bayard City Council highlights of Jan. 23, 2017 and Feb. 13, 2017 regular meetings

January 23, 2017, City of Bayard Meeting Highlights

By Alexis Rico (Grant County Beat Intern)

The Bayard City Council held its regular meeting session on Monday, January 23, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. Councilor Zeke Santa Maria was not present.

After the agenda for the meeting was approved, the Council approved the consent agenda, which included the minutes of regular meeting of Monday, January 9, 2017; the accounts payable report for Monday, January 23, 2017; the library report for December 2016; the fire report for December 2016; the attendance to the CPO (Central Purchasing Office) Recertification workshops upon release of schedule for Kristina Ortiz; the attendance to Grant County Day in Santa Fe, New Mexico on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 for Council and Clerk; the attendance to the 28th Annual Municipal Day meeting on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, in Santa Fe, New Mexico for Council and Clerk; travel for the 2017 Legislative Session as required; the attendance to the New Mexico Floodplain Managers Association (NMFMA) Spring Conference in April 2017 in Albuquerque, New Mexico for Kristina Ortiz for floodplain training credits.-- Continue reading

Bayard City Council Jan. 9, 2017 highlights

January 9, 2017, City of Bayard Meeting Highlights

By Alexis Rico (Grant County Beat Intern)

The Bayard City Council held its first regular meeting session of the year 2017 on Monday, January 9, 2017, at the Bayard City Hall at 2:00 p.m.

The first item approved during the meeting was the agenda for the meeting.

Under public input, Rodel Rodriguez came before the Council and provided an update on the 2017 Little League Season. Rodriguez also requested red dirt and some maintenance help on the Little League property.-- Continue reading

Bayard City Council December 2016 regular and special meeting highlights

By Alexis Rico (Grant County Beat Intern)

The Bayard City Council conducted a regular session meeting on Monday, December 12, 2016, at 2:00 p.m. at Bayard City Hall.

The first item approved at the meeting was the agenda for the meeting.

The consent agenda, which was also approved, included the minutes of the regular meeting held on Monday, November 14, 2016; the accounts payable report for Monday, December 12, 2016; the maintenance report for November 2016; the library report for November 2016; the wastewater report for November 2016; the fire report for November 2016; and the attendance at the Water/Wastewater Training and Testing in Las Cruces, New Mexico for Monday, January 23, 2017 through Thursday, January 27, 2017 for Anthony Aveles, Mike Paez, and Gerald Polk.-- Continue reading

High Desert Sportsmen's Club annual gun show, for 2017

High Desert Sportsmen's Club annual gun show, for 2017

Sponsored by the High Desert Sportsmen's Club, the annual gun show took place on Saturday, March 11 and Sunday, March 12 and encompassed three event rooms at the newly renovated Grant County Veterans Memorial Business and Conference Center.

Event Room 1 of the High Desert Gun Show on Saturday, Mar. 11, 2017, at the Grant County Veteran's Memorial Conference Center. Sponsored by the High Desert Sportsmen’s Club, the event took place on Saturday, the 11th and Sunday, the 12th and encompassed three event rooms.

Bud Light (Yes, that’s his real name) of Rio Rancho
displays a handgun to Doc Case of Glenwood.

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ALCS Governing Council tweaks risk management policy, chooses new council members 030917

By Margaret Hopper

The Governing Council of ALCS (Aldo Leopold Charter School) met March 9, 2017, at the school on East 180 with a quorum of Shauna McCosh, Dale Lane and Dave Peck to start at 5:35 p.m. Ken Stone arrived later.

Lincoln Herrera spoke for the student council, mentioning work each class was doing. This was further expanded in Cheryl Head’s staff report. Highlights of her report included that SBA science tests for 7th and 11th graders were finished and PARCC for grades 6-11 would start in April. Ninth and 10th grade PowerPoint ® projects would be presented at the Western New Mexico University Besse-Forward Global Resource Center next Wednesday.-- Continue reading

NM CAP Entity hears presentation, chooses website proposal and discusses engineering 030717

By Mary Alice Murphy

Public comment at the New Mexico Central Arizona Project Entity meeting of March 7, 2017, followed recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call for those members present and those members and others attending by phone, plus approval of the agenda and the minutes.

Donna Stevens, Upper Gila Watershed Alliance executive director, who said the group has 200 members and then said more like 400, spoke.-- Continue reading

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