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Silver City Police Department Blotter – Oct. 10 - Oct. 13, 2016

Monday, Oct. 10

DV order violation
Caller advised that someone is trying to break in and it is possibly her ex-husband/she has kids in the home.

Unwanted subject
1814 N. Swan Street – 5 a.m.
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To those in Commission District 5

An error was made in the mailout to voters in Grant County Commission District 5. It should read: Harry Pecotte has a a Bachelor's Degree in business from Western New Mexico University.

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GRIP to hold community meeting on mining issues Oct. 20th 6pm at Bayard Community Center

The Gila Resources Information Project (GRIP) will hold a community meeting on mining issues in Grant County on Thursday, October 20 at 6pm at the Bayard Community Center located at 290 Hurley Avenue-- Continue reading

Gila Native Plant Society to meet Oct 21

Gila Native Plant Society to meet Oct 21

El Malpais a'a lavaMoss at mouth of lava tube at El MalpaisCarlsbad Caverns – Yucca MesaOn Friday, October 21, 2016, the meeting of the Gila Native Plant Society will feature an exciting presentation-- Continue reading

October 2016 displays at Silver City Public Library

October 2016 displays at Silver City Public Library

The Silver City Public Library is currently hosting two displays of artwork in two very different types of media.

The upper display case holds still images from animated films by Ralph Bakshi. Bakshi-- Continue reading

Bayards Lions Club to host garage sale Oct. 14 - Oct. 17

The Bayards Lions Club, Highway 180, Bayard, NM, will host a huge fundraising yard/garage sale Friday - Sunday, Oct. 14 - 17. On Sunday, they will also have offer dinner, including pulled pork/chicken-- Continue reading

Grand Opening of The Makery, October 15

Wendi Kitting Oliveira is the owner of The Makery, a new freestyle weaving studio, gallery, and school of craft here in town. She is excited to have their Grand Opening Celebration this Saturday, October 15, as part of the second weekend of the Red Dot ArtFest activities.

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Silver City Store Participating in Free Walmart Wellness Day

Silver City, N.M., October 12, 2016 – Walmart stores are offering a rare, free chance to take an active role in your healthcare during Walmart Wellness Day.

The company is hosting the largest single-d-- Continue reading

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