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Silver City MainStreet representatives hear tourism website announcement in Santa Fe

Silver City MainStreet representatives hear tourism website announcement in Santa Fe

Silver City MainStreet represenatives, from left, are Steve Townley, treasurer; Lucy Whitmarsh, Silver City MainStreet Project manager; and Patrick Hoskins, president listening to Jon Barela as he an-- Continue reading

NM FFA President Kelsey Garner Visits Sen. Howie Morales

NM FFA President Kelsey Garner Visits Sen. Howie Morales

Today at the State Capital Kelsey Garner New Mexico State FFA, Future Farmer's of America, President from Cliff NM visited her District State Senator Howie Morales. Garner is a sophomore at NMSU and i-- Continue reading

GSFWC hears rest of presentation and addresses other agenda items

Editor's Note: This is part 2 of the Gila/San Francisco Water Commission meeting held Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015. It continues the presentation by Norm Gaume, retired engineer and completes the agenda items.

By Mary Alice Murphy

Norm Gaume, who presented to the Gila/San Francisco Water Commission and a retired engineer, had sent by hand delivery and email a letter to the GSFWC members, as well as to others, including the Beat, that thanked them for allowing him to speak at the meeting.-- Continue reading

GSFWC hears presentation from Norm Gaume

By Mary Alice Murphy

The Gila/San Francisco Water Commission at its regular monthly meeting on Feb. 17, 2015, did not have a quorum, but had little business to conduct other than approving minutes. Chairman Anthony Gutierrez noted that at the prior special meeting retired engineer Norm Gaume had said the minutes from the regular meeting should have been approved at the special meeting. Gutierrez confirmed that Gaume had been correct, but lacking a quorum, the item and the minutes for the special meeting were tabled until the next meeting.

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Gila National Forest Supervisor Accepts New Position in Florida

Gila National Forest Supervisor Accepts New Position in Florida

SILVER CITY, N.M., Feb. 18, 2015 – Kelly Russell, Gila National Forest Supervisor, has accepted a new job as the Forest Supervisor for the National Forests in Florida. She is scheduled to report for her-- Continue reading

Silver School Board members make comments.

By Margaret Hopper

The Silver Consolidated School Board opened the February 17 work session at 5:09 p.m. with four members present: Chris Arvidson, Tony Egan, Arnold Torres and Trent Petty. Anthony Guiterrez was absent. Because of a limited amount of information scheduled for this portion, president Petty asked for a motion to go directly into closed session then, instead of later, to discuss limited personnel matters, specifically, Superintendent Streib's evaluation and contract.-- Continue reading

SCPD Weekend Report 2/13/15 at 4:00 PM - 2/17/15 at 8:00 AM

For the weekend, beginning Friday, February 13th, 2015 at 4:00 pm and ending Tuesday, February 17th, 2015, at 8:00 am Officers of the Silver City Police Department responded to 74 calls for service an-- Continue reading

NM 90/Hudson Street Replacement Project 
Silver City, New Mexico

NM 90/Hudson Street Replacement Project 
Silver City, New Mexico

Phase I:

The contractor will begin the week of April 1, 2015 with surveying, placement of traffic control and relocation of utilities. Motorists will become familiar with how the detour route will be stationed once the contractor moves forward.

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