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REPAIRS COMPLETED: NM 152 to be closed from file post 0 to mile post 5 most of this week

Repairs are now completed and roadway is open.

ROAD ADVISORY:
CLOSURE – Santa Clara Area
NM 152 from mile post 0 to mile post 5, both lanes will be closed due to Caliber Construction installation of a w-- Continue reading

Today is last chance to vote in school district contests

Today is School Board Election Day in Grant County

Today is your last chance to make your wishes known for positive growth in the Silver Consolidated Schools and Cobre Consolidated Schools districts.

Polls opened at 7 a.m. and will close at 7 p.m. Make your voice heard in your community for your school students and staff. For information on voting places, call the Grant County Clerk's office at 575-574-0042.

Each school system has three positions up for election. Plus Silver Schools has a bond issue up for renewal that will provide funding for infrastructure needs, such as repairing leaky roofs, patching uneven parking lots and providing space for activities at several schools. Each election also has one contested race.-- Continue reading

New Mexico State Police Investigate Fatal Crash in Luna County 020617

Deming, NM - Around 4:30 a.m. today, New Mexico State Police investigated a fatal crash on Interstate 10 near mile marker 93 east of Deming, NM.

The initial investigation indicated a vehicle traveling-- Continue reading

Grant County 4-H Is Off to A Great Start

Editor's Note: Sorry for the mix-up on the photos. I attached the wrong slideshow, which had NO photos in it. It's fixed now.

Photos of Awards Banquet Courtesy of Judy O'Loughlin

2017 has already began and the Grant County 4-H has hit the ground running! Enrollment for the year has ended and the final numbers are in. Total enrollment for Grant County 4-H is up significantly with 263 members and 46 adult leaders. Already this year the 4-H has been very active.

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Prospectors at Grant County Day 020117

Grant County Prospectors spent all day Wednesday in Santa Fe advocating for issues that the local community has expressed it needs.

These include not changing the hold harmless phase-out. The county a-- Continue reading

Freeport-McMoRan Updates Status of PT Freeport Indonesia Operations

To download a PDF of the release, please visit the following link: Freeport-McMoRan Updates Status of PT Freeport Indonesia Operations

PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (NYSE: FCX) reported today that its subsidiary, PT Freeport Indonesia (PT-FI), continues to seek approval from Indonesian authorities for the export of its copper concentrates, consistent with its rights under its Contract of Work (COW). To date, this approval has not been granted.-- Continue reading

Rep. Rebecca Dow presents memorial for Murray Ryan

Rep. Rebecca Dow presents memorial for Murray Ryan

Rep. Rebecca Dow presents memorial for former Rep. William Murray Ryan, who served from 1968-1998. He passed away at his home in Silver City on Jan. 7, 2017.

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Regents meet in Santa Fe, hear from state legislators

Santa Fe, NM – The Western New Mexico University Board of Regents met for its first meeting of 2017 on Thursday, February 2, in Santa Fe.

The Board heard from state leaders including State Senator John Arthur Smith, Chair of the State Finance Committee, who briefed the Regents members on the current economic outlook.

Lieutenant Governor John Sanchez detailed the efforts of the Governor's office to balance the budget and applauded WNMU's recent work to create relationships with education partners throughout Mexico and Latin America.

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