The Purchase Prize Award Exhibit receptions are popular art happenings.

The Grant County Art Guild's 32nd Annual Purchase Prize Award Exhibit entry deadline is coming soon. The entry forms for this popular show must be postmarked by August 2. The $1500 purchase price for the Best of Show and other

GRANT COUNTY, NM — The New Mexico Department of Veterans Services (DVS) Silver City office has moved to a new location.

DVS Veterans Service Officer Bradley Brock's office is now located in the Village of Santa Clara at the former National Guard Armory Building, located at 11990 U.S. Highway 180

Bayard Police Department

Monday, July 17

Welfare check
Peru Street
A 48-year-old male veteran having suicidal and homicidal thoughts/is on meds but is saying they’re not working/weapons are locked up/hypersensitive due to PTSD/requesting no lights and sirens/his mother is with him. Officer advised

Monday, July 17

Hurley Park
Caller advised that a 15-year-old female was almost raped by a male she knows. Advised she was able to get away and ran to his house. Advised the male was driving a gray flatbed truck. Advised she does not need an ambulance. Deputy requested detective on

Bayard Police Department

Friday, July 14

Intoxicated persons
Stewart Street
Male is drunk and stumbling around the apartments. Officer made visual/male is in backyard/running/ran into the house. Officer determined the male has three outstanding warrants.

Saturday, July 15

Criminal sexual

Monday, July 17

Criminal trespass warning
N. Silver Street
Caller believes that a named male is at her daughter’s apartment/ Advised he is not causing problems. Officer advised clear/no one is answering.

Leslie Road
Caller advised she is being harassed on Facebook.


New Mexico State University’s Grant County Cooperative Extension Service will offer a free six-week Diabetes Self-Management Program (DSMP) starting on August 10. Developed and tested by Stanford University, the DSMP has been proven to improve health and quality of life for adults with diabetes and

Friday, July 14

Highway 15
Garage was broken into.

Domestic disturbance
11575 E. Highway 180
Caller advised her father and other family members are causing problems as caller is attempting to make funeral arrangements.

Domestic disturbance
Camino Seco
Caller’s 19-year-old grandson is causing

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