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Silver City Police Department Blotter – Dec. 26 - Dec. 29, 2016

Monday, Dec. 26

Unwanted subject (9:15 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 25)
N. Silver Street
A named male is drunk and refusing to leave. Caller advised her 2-year-old granddaughter is there and does not want her to h-- Continue reading

Dec. 31, 2016 is World Healing Day at Whitewater Mesa Labyrinths

December 31 is World Healing Day at Whitewater Mesa Labyrinths, Glenwood, NM
Every year people around the world meditate to heal themselves, each other & the world. Many walk a labyrinth. The time-- Continue reading

"Crochet For The Kids" Partnership Created to Benefit Local Foster Children

Silver City, NM (December 30, 2016) – According to Debbie Orona, Hidalgo County Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) Luna and Hidalgo County Office Manager, foster children need warm blankets,-- Continue reading

Light Cycling for Silver City

Silver City, NM — If you’re taking down your holiday lights and don’t plan to reuse them, we encourage you to “light-cycle” them.

Light-cycling provides for the collected Christmas lights to be tested-- Continue reading

Republican Party of Grant County to hold official meetings Jan. 12, 2017

REPUBLICAN PARTY OF GRANT COUNTY

Official Call

Call is hereby made for Ward Caucuses of the Republican Party of Grant County to be held January 12, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at RPGC-HQ 3 Rio de Arenas Valley-- Continue reading

Workshop to strengthen nonprofit boards

Tuesday, December 27, 2016; Silver City, NM: Nonprofits are navigating a time of immense need from the communities they serve, while pursing ways to build long-term viability in the toughest of econom-- Continue reading

Silver City Police Department Blotter – Dec. 23 - Dec. 25, 2016

Friday, Dec. 23

Welfare check
N. Cooper and W. Spring streets
Male caller advised that he needed an ambulance but did not know the address nor what was ailing him/refused to give any info/line was disco-- Continue reading

Grant County Sheriff’s Department Blotter – Dec. 23 - Dec. 25, 2016

Friday, Dec. 23

Welfare check
Highway 180 – MM 135-136 (5 miles north of Highway 61 junction)
Caller advised an older vehicle that looks like it was involved in an accident is on side of road. Caller ad-- Continue reading

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