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Announcement of Silver City Woman's Club Monthly Meetings

The Silver City Woman's Club will have their monthly meeting on the 2nd Friday of each month at 10:30 am. The location is 411 Silver Heights Blvd.

Please save the date. You are welcome to attend our monthly members' meeting. Call Kathleen at 575- 538-3452 for additional information.

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Silver City/Grant County TEA Party sets December 2014 meeting

The Silver City/Grant County TEA Party regular December meeting will be Dec. 2 at the Red Barn, 6:00 PM. All members are urged to attend.

The primary topic will be the future of the Silver City/Grant-- Continue reading

LGBT Grant County to host candlelight vigil

December 1 is recognized around the world as International AIDS Day. It is a day designated to remember those that have been lost to HIV/AIDS and to recommit to the work still to be done to control a-- Continue reading

Grant County Administrative Offices to be Closed on Nov. 27

Public Notice: Office Closure – Thanksgiving Holiday

The Grant County Administrative Offices will be closed on Thursday, November 27, 2014, in observance of Thanksgiving and Friday, November 28, 2014.-- Continue reading

Free Bulbs and a Bag at the Office of Sustainability

(Silver City, NM, 18 November, 2014) Free compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs are back. Stop by the Office of Sustainability at 1106 N. Pope St. There are usually open Monday through Thursday between-- Continue reading

Gospel Mission supports paper goods drive

The cost of things like paper towels, toilet paper, feminine napkins, diapers and wipes and other hygiene items can sure mount up when running a shelter like the Sierra House.

All necessary and needed-- Continue reading

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Presentation, "More Things in Heaven and Earth" to be Given on Nov. 23

Next Sunday, November 23, at 10:00 a.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Silver City, 3845 North Swan St., our speaker will be Rev. Azima Lila Forest. The title of her talk is "More Things-- Continue reading

Collaborative Effort Serves Hospital Patients

Collaborative Effort Serves Hospital Patients

Photo: (back seat) Brian Cunningham, GRMC Chief Executive Officer; (middle seat) Wayne Heath, Director of Behavioral Health Unit & Security (left) and Mike Martin, Senior Telecommunications Special-- Continue reading

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