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Is anyone missing a peacock?

Is anyone missing a peacock in Arenas Valley?

One visits a home almost every day. The homeowner puts out food and water for it, and every once in a while, she is rewarded with a display like this.

If you want to claim your peacock, call 575-313-9814.

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Spur of the Moment Field Trip

Join Brian Dolton for a Fourth of July field trip to somewhat cooler climes above Pinos Altos for birding. Plans are to bird at Little Cherry Creek Road, Cherry Creek campground, and possibly on Signa-- Continue reading

Silver City Police Department blotter – June 22 t- June 25, 2015

Monday, June 22

1814 N. Swan Street
Caller advised that she found the cell phone.

N. Bennett Street
Caller advised that a named female threatened to shoot a PNM tech when checking-- Continue reading

The Bikeworks and the Silver City Food Co-op Peddle Fruit this July 4th

The Bikeworks and the Silver City Food Co-op have collaborated on a July 4th parade entry and will hand out organic fruit along the parade route.  The produce will be carried along by the bikes and Co--- Continue reading

Free Popcorn Friday, July 3, at the Silver City Co-op

Friday is popcorn and sample day at the Silver City Food Co-op. You'll be able to sample freshly popped organic corn, along with a selection of other delicious food samples. Come by and see what new f-- Continue reading

Grant County Sheriff’s Department blotter – June 22 - June 25, 2015

Monday, June 22

Welfare check
Santa Rita Mine Road – Vanadium
Male subject on the line/very hard to understand. Deputy advised that caller does have dementia and Parkinson’s and the son stated caller was-- Continue reading

Plata Silver Studio Presentation Satuday, June 27

Consider attending the Plata Silver Studio presentation this Satuday:

Presentations, discussions, refreshments

June 27, 2015 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Where: WNMU Miller Library

Western New Mexico Universit-- Continue reading

Next Farmer's Market Will be Tuesday, June 30

Next Farmer's Market Will be Tuesday, June 30

In partnership with Roadrunner Food Bank of Albuquerque and WalMart Stores, The Silver City Gospel Mission will be having a free farmers market for anyone who is hungry and needs some produce to feed-- Continue reading

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