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Winter Weather Advisory for Thursday, Jan. 22, changes area and duration

Winter Weather Advisory for Thursday, Jan. 22, changes area and duration

Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 8 Am To 11 Pm Mst
Thursday...

The National Weather Service In El Paso Tx/santa Teresa Has
Issued A Winter Weather Advisory For Snow...which Is In Effect
From 8 Am To 11 Pm Mst Thursday.

* Event: Periods Of Moderate To Heavy Snow Across The Southwest
Mountains Of Southern New Mexico.

* Snow Accumulations: 2 To 4 Inches Of Snow Thursday Morning
Through Evening.

* Timing: Rain Showers Overnight Will Turn To Snow Thursday
Morning And Taper Off Late Thursday Evening.-- Continue reading

SmartAsset places Silver City as No. 1 Best Place to Retire in New Mexico

According to https://smartasset.com/retirement/retirement-calculator?utm_source+mbo#newmexico , Silver City is the No. 1 Best Place to Retire in New Mexico.

Check out the above website to see the othe-- Continue reading

Grant County Winter Weather Advisory: Jan 21 3:00 PM to Jan 23 12:00 AM MST

Grant County Winter Weather Advisory: Jan 21 3:00 PM to Jan 23 12:00 AM MST

Southern Gila Highlands/Black Range-Eastern Black Range Foothills-Including the Cities Of...Silver City...Lake Roberts..Kingston...Fort Bayard...Hillsboro...Winston

537 am MST Wed Jan 21 2015

The National Weather Service in El Paso Tx/santa Teresa Has Issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Snow... Which Is in Effect From 3 Pm This Afternoon to Midnight MST Thursday Night.

 

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SCPD Weekend Report 01/16/15 at 4:00 PM – 01/20/15 at 8:00 AM

For the weekend, beginning Friday, January 16, 2015 at 4:00 pm and ending Tuesday, January 20, 2015, at 8:00 am Officers of the Silver City Police Department responded to 76 calls for service and had-- Continue reading

New Mexico Legislative Session 2015 Begins

Pictured being sworn in to the 2015 Legislative 2015 Session is Sen. Howie Morales, second from right in the front row.

Today also taking the oath of office, representing portions of Grant County, were Rep. Dianne Hamilton and Rep. John Zimmerman.

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Winter Weather Watch Late Wednesday through Late Thursday 0121-012215

Winter Weather Watch Late Wednesday through Late Thursday 0121-012215

Winter Weather Returns To Southern New Mexico With Snow ShowersLate Wednesday Through Late Thursday...

.a Pair Of Cold Fronts Will Push Across Southern New Mexico AndFar West Texas Delivering Colder Air To The Region Late WednesdayAnd Again Late Thursday. A Pacific Storm System Will Drop In FromThe Northwest Late Wednesday. This Combination Will Result InScattered To Numerous Mountain Snow Showers And Lowland RainShowers Late Day Wednesday Through Thursday. PrecipitationPotential Continues Through Thursday Night With Colder AirLowering Snow Levels To Near Lowland Elevations. Snow And RainShowers Will End From Northwest To Southeast Through The Night ButSome Lowlands May See A Mix Of Cold Rain And Snow OvernightThursday Night. The Storm Will Exit Friday Morning.-- Continue reading

An amazing gift to veterans

An amazing gift to veterans

From left are quiters and veterans: Carol Pickering, Jude Casco, Eugene Lewis, Jep Housley, Cliff Tavernier, Terri Sommers

A couple of the members of the Southwest New Mexico Quilters Guild presented a few of our Veterans here in Grant County with a tremendous gift, a Quilt Of Valor. The folks that create these quilts are a special kind of person. They pour their hearts and souls into every stitch creating a one of a kind quilt with exacting standards set forth from a national organization: http://www.qovf.org/.-- Continue reading

Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration held at WNMU 2015

Photos and Article by Mary Alice Murphy

Western New Mexico University student Sage Mays served as master of ceremonies for the large crowd of more than 100, who attended the Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, which had the theme of "The Dream: What it Means to Me."

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