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Lunch and Learn Wednesday, February 8 - Noon

Free - Western Institute of Lifelong Learning (WILL) presents Carmen Vendelin's talk, "Not So Easy: Images of Middle Class Men Accosting Unchaperoned Women on the Streets of Paris circa 1840s-1890s."

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Silver City Public Library announces time change to Feb 25 seed library roundtable

Grant County Seed Library Roundtable: Starting Seeds Indoors Saturday, February 25, 10:30 - 11:30 am, 515 W. College Avenue, Silver City.

Information and demonstration on how to start seeds indoors. C-- Continue reading

Silver City Cycling Community Trail Work Day

Silver City, NM, January 31, 2017—For Immediate Release. On Sunday, January 29, members of the Silver City Cycling Community met with the Forest Service at the Servis Corral Trailhead at Fort Bayard Rec-- Continue reading

2017 Valuation Freeze application

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Silver City Police Department Blotter – Jan. 27 - Jan. 29, 2017

Friday, Jan. 27

Welfare check
E. 6th and N. Bullard streets
Ball curled up. Officer advised everything is okay.

2 Ridge Road
Male stood in front of the drink display then took a Monster and le-- Continue reading

Grant County Sheriff’s Department Blotter – Jan. 27 - Jan. 29, 2017

Friday, Jan. 27

1120 E. Highway 180
Debris in the roadway.

Loud music
Whiskey Creek Airport Road
Deputy out at this address/there is a dark truck but no music.

Fort Bayard Medical Center
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Tri-City Police Department Blotters – Jan. 27 - Jan. 29, 2017

Bayard Police Department

Friday, Jan. 27

Domestic disturbance
Stewart Street
Caller advised she is arguing with her daughter. Officer made contact and advised everything is okay, daughter took her cloth-- Continue reading

Valentine's Adult Night at Natural History Museum

Valentine's Adult Night at Natural History Museum

Albuquerque, NM)—Show your sweetie that your relationship is a love for all ages. Celebrate Valentine's Day 2017 at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science (NMMNHS).

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