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Railroad history presentation December 6

Railroad history presentation December 6

Donald Beem with a steam engine touring New Mexico in celebration of the state's centennial.Donald Beem, local historian and long-time railroad enthusiast, will give a free presentation on the history-- Continue reading

Activities at the Silver City Public Library for December, 2016

The Silver City Public Library will be closed on the following days:
Friday, December 23
Saturday, December 24
Monday, December 26

The Silver City Public Library regular hours are
Monday: 9:00am to 6:00pm-- Continue reading

Silver City Public Library joins mobile internet hotspot lending pilot program

Starting in early December, library card holders will be able to borrow a Wi-Fi Hotspot from the Silver City Public Library, as part of a 60-day pilot program organized by the New Mexico State Library-- Continue reading

SW NM Audubon Dec 2016 meeting

SW NM Audubon Dec 2016 meeting

Photo Courtesy of Elroy LimmerSouthwest New Mexico Audubon monthly meeting will be held Friday Dec 2 at 7 PM, on the WNMU Campus, Harlan Hall on the corner of 12th and Alabama. Guest speaker Elroy Lim-- Continue reading

Boyett elected to State Board of NM Audubon Society

Silver City, New Mexico – Audubon New Mexico has elected Sara Boyett to be a member of its Board of Directors. Boyett is a resident of Silver City and current president of the local chapter, Southwester-- Continue reading

Silver School Board meeting changes date to Dec. 13, 2016

The Regular Meeting of the Silver Consolidated Schools Board of Education scheduled for Tuesday, December 20, 2016, has been changed to December 13, 2016 in the Board Room of the Administration Buildi-- Continue reading

Helping Seniors Stay Healthy slates end of year calendar

A variety of health screenings will be available on Tuesday and Thursday of next week at Grant County senior centers. Western New Mexico School of Nursing students will be administering the screenings-- Continue reading

Border issues to be topic of author talk at Light Hall

Silver City, NM – Author and journalist Todd Miller will give a lecture on border issues at Light Hall Theater on Thursday, December 1.

Free to the public, the lecture begins at 6:00 p.m. and will foc-- Continue reading

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