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National Voter Registration Day, Monday, October 17

On Monday, October 17, 2016, at 6:00 pm, a public forum on "Keeping Health and Education Viable: Mill Levy and General Obligation Bond B & C" will be presented at the WNMU Miller Library. The late-- Continue reading

First of new campus campus sculptures to be dedicated Oct. 21

First of new campus campus sculptures to be dedicated Oct. 21

Alter 1, by Rose B. SimpsonSilver City, NM – Several sculptures will soon populate the Western New Mexico University campus, an initiative of the Art in Public Places program by the State of New Mexico.-- Continue reading

Senior Olympics of Grant County to meet on Oct. 20

There will be a meeting of the Senior Olympics of Grant County on Thursday, October 20, 2016. The meeting begins at 6:00 p. m. in the meeting room of the Grant County Extension Service Building located at 2610 N. Silver Street. All members and interested public are invited to attend.

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Open Forum on Mill Levy and G.O. Bonds 10/17/2016

"Keeping Health and Education Viable: Mill Levy and General Obligation Bond B & C"

Monday, October 17 at 6:00 p.m.
WNMU’s Miller Library

A public conversation about funding our state and community-- Continue reading

Gila EDA Round Table October 21, 2016

The Gila Economic Development Alliance invites you to our monthly round table this next Friday October 21, 2016. Our Guest Speaker will be Brian Cunningham CEO of Gila Regional Medical Center. I chall-- Continue reading

House of Screams Fundraiser

House of Screams Fundraiser

What: House of Screams Halloween Fundraiser
When: Monday, October 31, 2016 from 8 pm to midnight
Where: Bayard Community Center, Bayard, NM

House of Screams dares you to come out and experience a horrif-- Continue reading

Tri-City Police Department Blotters – Oct. 10 - Oct. 13, 2016

Bayard Police Department

Monday, Oct. 10

Welfare check
Lusk Street
Caller advised a male who is bloody is hiding in the bushes across the street. Officers advised they have the male on foot but lost him-- Continue reading

Grant County Sheriff’s Department Blotter – Oct. 10 - Oct. 13, 2016

Monday, Oct. 10

Domestic disturbance
Cottage San Road
Caller advised that her friend called saying that her boyfriend was breaking things and won’t leave. Deputy spoke with a neighbor who stated three veh-- Continue reading

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