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Tri-City Police Department Blotters – Nov. 18 - Nov. 20, 2016

Bayard Police Department

Friday, Nov. 18

Game and Fish
Royal Street
Caller saw a mountain lion go into the yard. Officer made contact and the only thing she found was a dog running loose.

Saturday, Nov.-- Continue reading

State Rep-elect Rebecca Dow to meet with constituents

State Representative-elect Rebecca Dow will be in Silver City to meet with citizens of Grant County about their current concerns.

Rebecca Dow will be at the Silver City Grant County Chamber of Co-- Continue reading

Grant County Art Guild Holiday Show, Dec. 3

Grant County Art Guild Holiday Show, Dec. 3

: Shown is an example of the fine needlework by Grant County Art Guild member Mary Margaret Soule. Her work has won blue ribbons in Grant County Art Guild shows.In the spirit of the season, Grant Coun-- Continue reading

Tri-City Police Department Blotters – Nov. 14 - Nov. 17, 2016

Bayard Police Department

Monday, Nov. 14

Stolen motor vehicle
East Street
Caller advised that her boyfriend’s 2005 Mercury was stolen within the last hour.

Criminal damage to property
Cobre High School
Of-- Continue reading

Grant County Sheriff’s Department Blotter – Nov. 14 - Nov. 17, 2016

Highway 180 Mile Markers

MM 41 – Alma
MM 51 – Glenwood
MM 76 – Buckhorn
MM 84 – Cliff
MM 89 – Highway 211 junction
MM 95 – Mangus
MM 100 – Red Rock Road
MM 110 – Truck Bypass
MM 115 – Walmart
MM 118 – Uncle Wood-- Continue reading

Silver City Police Department Blotter – Nov. 14 - Nov. 17, 2016

Monday, Nov. 14

Littering
Leslie Road
Caller advised that a male threw food in the water drain on the side of the apartment. Caller advised that she reported it to the manager and they have not done any-- Continue reading

Heinrich Staff To Hold Mobile Office Hours In Lordsburg November 21

LAS CRUCES, N.M. - In an ongoing effort to provide top-notch constituent service, U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich's (D-N.M.) staff will hold Mobile Office Hours in Lordsburg on Monday, November 21, from-- Continue reading

Local nonprofit leader named Community Star

Silver City, NM: The spotlight of National Rural Health Day shined brightly on Silver City, as long time nonprofit leader Susan Wilger was selected as a "Community Star" by the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH), which sponsors the national observance day.

According to NOSORH's website, "community stars" have made a positive impact on their local rural communities and demonstrated a long-term commitment to improving rural health.

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