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Extraordinary Financial Turn-Around Accomplished At Gila Regional

Extraordinary Financial Turn-Around Accomplished At Gila Regional

Some of the GRMC caregivers and personnel involved in the financial turn-around are from left, Liz Martin, R.N, Mike Martin, Senior Telecommunications Specialist, Brian Cunningham, CEO


Brian Cunningham, CEO at Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) announced at the October Board of Trustees meeting that the State approved audited financials for Fiscal year 2014 demonstrated that, in less than 11 months, GRMC had achieved an extraordinary financial turn-around.-- Continue reading

SCPD investigating two robberies, for which Crime Stoppers has offered rewards

Robbery #1:
On October 22, 2014, at about 7:55am, a resident in the 300 block of N. Arizona, in Silver City, called to report a robbery, which had just occurred at his residence. According to information, the 88-year-old male victim heard a knock at his door and when he opened the door, a person with a mask attacked him and robbed him of his wallet which contained $280.-- Continue reading

Silver City Town Council hears proposal for radio-read water meters

By Roger Lanse

The Silver City Town Council at its Tuesday, Oct. 28 meeting heard a presentation by Scott Griffith, Senior Sales Executive of the Yearout Energy Services Company of Albuquerque in reference to replacing all the water meters in the town with a radio-read meter system, which can be read by meter readers driving by and accessing a radio signal emitted by the meter. All the town's meters could be read in a single day by the town's four meter readers with the new system, Griffith said, while it takes two weeks today.-- Continue reading

Gila National Forest announces new Silver City District Ranger

SILVER CITY, N.M. – The Gila National Forest has announced that Diane Taliaferro has accepted the position as the new Silver City District Ranger and will assume her duties on Nov. 3, 2014.

"We are fortunate to have Diane on the Gila as she will bring a wide array of experiences to the forest," said Kelly Russell, Forest Supervisor.

Taliaferro comes from the Forest Service Region 3 office in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she held the position of Wilderness and Wild & Scenic Program Manager.-- Continue reading

Ceremony to Honor Veterans on Veterans' Day

November 11, 2014
Fort Bayard National Cemetery
10:00AM

Come join us as we honor all Veterans Past and Present
Hosted by The American Legion Post 18

Participating will be the Silver/Bayard VFW, The Marin-- Continue reading

Bayard Council Acts on Water Meters, Street Culvert

By Jim Owen

The Bayard City Council on Tuesday moved forward on two major infrastructure projects.

Officials approved a grant agreement to obtain funding for replacement of all city residents' water meters with devices that can be monitored automatically. Currently, Bayard employees must go door to door to manually read meters. The project, which is to begin in January, also will include replacement of a main waterline on Railroad Street.-- Continue reading

Silver City Museum hosts "Ghost Stories"

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

The Silver City Museum on Saturday, Oct. 25, hosted members of Western New Mexico University's Anne-Marie Elder's Theater 250 communications class, the storyteller class to-- Continue reading

Art in the Barn held at The Red Barn

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

On Saturday, Oct. 25, artists from The Grant County Art Guild plied their artistic creations at The Red Barn. 

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