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Diabetic Co-op Tour with Dietician

The Silver City Food Co-op is collaborating with Registered Dietitian Bret Sarnquist to offer regular tours of the store to educate the community about a different health issue each month. Join us on-- Continue reading

National Voter Registration Day, Tuesday, September 27

Tuesday, September 27, 2016, has been designated National Voter Registration Day. Supported by a wide range of civic organizations, corporations, and individuals, National Voter Registration Day is a-- Continue reading

Silver City Police Department Blotter – Sept. 19 - Sept. 22, 2016

Monday, Sept, 19

2633 E. Highway 180
Caller just realized he has a shoplifting on video and wants CTWs issued. Officer made contact with subjects on Bosworth Drive and CTWs were issued.

Vehi-- Continue reading

Sunday, Sept 25 at the Unitarian Univeralist Fellowship of Silver City

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Silver City, 3845 N. Swan Street, September 25, 10 am. "A Westerner's Look at the Koran" Michael Scherer is a retired construction manager who is a reader of world-- Continue reading

CORRECTED DATES for big Town and Country clothing sale

In anticipation of the changeover from summer to winter clothing, the Town and Country Garden Club Thrift Store, 606 No. Bullard, will be having a huge, blowout sale. All summer clothing will be offer-- Continue reading

In Defense of Food, Thursday, October 6, 2016

In celebration of National Co-op Month, the Silver City Food Co-op has partnered with Silver City Main Street to present In Defense of Food on Thursday, October 6 at 4 pm and 7 pm. "Join best-selling a-- Continue reading

Extended Hours Offered at HMS Animas Valley Clinic

Silver City, NM (September 21, 2016) – The HMS Animas Valley Clinic hours have been extended, from three days a week to four days a week, to better serve the healthcare needs of the Animas Valley, Rodeo-- Continue reading

Brochure Rack now run by Silver City Arts and Cultural District

Silver City, NM – The Silver City Arts & Cultural District would like to announce their newest endeavor—the brochure rack program, formerly run by the Mimbres Region Arts Council. The brochure racks p-- Continue reading

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