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Quemado Ranger District removing and replacing foot bridge at Quemado Lake

Quemado, NM — The Gila National Forest, Quemado Ranger District has scheduled to remove the wooden footbridge located on the east side of Quemado Lake on Forest Service Trail #14 on April 21. The footbr-- Continue reading

High Desert Humane Society releases 1st qtr 2017

During the first quarter of this year, 193 unadoptable dogs and cats came into the High Desert Humane Society. Please be a responsible pet owner and spay and neuter.

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Copper Vicariate trail hike

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Copper Vicariate Men's Ministry's April meeting

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Learn How to Cook Indian Food with Farzana Curmally

Learn How to Cook Indian Food with Farzana Curmally

Farzana CurmallyThe Silver City Food Co-op is collaborating with Farzana Curmally to offer Indian food cooking classes! Join us on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 2 pm in the Community Room at the Market Ca-- Continue reading

SW NM Audubon Society's May 2017 meeting

Southwest New Mexico Audubon last monthly meeting of the season will be held Friday May 5 at 7 PM, in Harlan Hall on the corner of 12th and Alabama. Guest speakers Dr. Roland Shook will present An Ove-- Continue reading

1,000 Comcast Cares Day Volunteers to Help Silver City Community

SILVER CITY, NM – On Saturday, April 22, more than 1,000 local Comcast NBCUniversal employees and their families, friends and community partners will "make change happen" as they volunteer to create an-- Continue reading

Community Calendar: Helping Seniors Stay Healthy continues - April 2017 schedule

Helping Seniors Stay Healthy schedules for April

Western New Mexico School of Nursing students will offer a variety of health screenings at Grant County Senior Centers on Monday, April 24, 2017, and W-- Continue reading

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