Created on Monday, 30 September 2013 14:12
Narrative: For the weekend, beginning Friday, September 27th , 2013 at 4:00 pm and ending Monday, September 30th, 2013 at 8:00 am Officers of the Silver City Police Department respon-- Continue reading
Created on Sunday, 29 September 2013 16:43
The Southwest Festival of the Written Word wound down today in Silver City. The three-day event brought writers from the area, as well as from Arizona and Texas, to participate in workshops, listen to individual and panel speakers, vist the Marketplace where books were sold and signed, and network with other writers.-- Continue reading
Created on Saturday, 28 September 2013 16:22
FREEZING TEMPERATURES POSSIBLE TONIGHT OVER PORTIONS OF THE
GILA REGION AND SOUTHERN SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS. ...
.A COOL AND DRY AIR MASS HAS SETTLED IN OVER THE AREA. LIGHT
WINDS AND CLEAR SKIES ARE EXPECTED...WHICH WILL ALLOW FOR STRONG
RADIATIVE COOLING OVERNIGHT. TEMPERATURES WERE NEAR FREEZING OVER
PORTIONS OF THE GILA REGION AND SOUTHERN SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS LAST
NIGHT. TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO A FEW DEGREES COOLER TONIGHT
WITH UPPER TWENTIES POSSIBLE OVER PORTIONS OF THE AFFECTED AREA
ESPECIALLY IN EXPOSED AREAS AND MOUNTAIN VALLEYS WHERE DRAINAGE
WINDS COULD LOWER TEMPERATURES. TEMPERATURES SHOULD QUICKLY RISE
Created on Friday, 27 September 2013 18:22
The Gila Regional Medical Center board of trustees heard good news on the financial front during the chief financial officer's report about halfway through the meeting, as well as some concerns.
At the beginning of the meeting, the board members and the chief-level officers recognized two caregivers for their long-time service to the hospital. Rose Marie Obar has worked at Gila Regional for 40 years, and Yvonne Maxwell for 15 years.
Interim Chief Executive Officer Brian Cunningham said neither could make it to the meeting, but they would receive certificates of appreciation and gifts for their service.
Created on Friday, 27 September 2013 14:30
The Southwest Festival of the Written Word kicked off Thursday evening with a reception at JW Art in Hurley.
The evening featured Randy Carr, performing act one from his one-man show “Tuck.” Local historian Terry Humble discussed his recent publication, Santa Rita del Cobre.-- Continue reading
Created on Thursday, 26 September 2013 18:18
The 2013 Grant County Fair, which is dedicated to Ron Lamb and for the Junior LIvestock Sale to Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. continues this evening (Thursday) with the Lawley Ford Ranch Rodeo. Today was pig show day.
Friday will start off with a pancake breakfast, sponsored by Grant County Farm Bureau, followed by a tractor show, team roping and the sheep show in the show ring, , followed by the junior goat show and not to be missed, the peewee lambe show.-- Continue reading
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