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CLAY Festival 2015 Highlights…

CLAY Festival 2015 Highlights…

(All photos courtesy of the CLAY Festival)

Top photo: CLAY Festival Exhibit and Reception

Middle photo: Claude W. Smith, III, Silver City artist

Bottom photo: Roxanne Swentzell, Santa Clara Pueblo art-- Continue reading

Grant County Art Guild - Judge Named for 30th Annual Purchase Prize Show

Award-winning Arizona artist and art instructor, Brian Freeman, has been chosen as the judge for the Grant County Art Guild's 30th Annual Purchase Prize Award Exhibit. Freeman studied architectural il-- Continue reading

MRAC Youth Mural Program The Volunteer Center and the Silver City Rec Center Mural Dedication

MRAC Youth Mural Program The Volunteer Center and the Silver City Rec Center Mural Dedication

Join us as we dedicate the latest mural projects of the Mimbres Region Arts Council (MRAC) Youth Mural Program on Sunday, August 2, at 1:00 pm at The Volunteer Center, 501 East 13th Street and 3 pm at-- Continue reading

Bash on Broadway Returns to Welcome WNMU Students

Silver City, NM - For the fifth consecutive year Western New Mexico University will team up with the Silver City MainStreet Project to host the Bash on Broadway on Saturday, August 15.

Offering social-- Continue reading

Rice, Bowens and Blurton featured at Pinos Altos Art Gallery

Rice, Bowens and Blurton featured at Pinos Altos Art Gallery

Mark Bowen's metal art "Shaman" is shown as it is used in an outdoor setting. Evidently Mark's creative works are also appreciated by the New Mexico wildlife.

The Grant County Art Guild is pleased to-- Continue reading

Young Republicans to hold meeting July 30

The new chapter of the Young Republicans will be holding a meeting tomorrow, Thursday July 30 at 6:30 p.m. They will meet at the party HQ in Arenas Valley. Anyone under the age of 40 is encouraged to attend and get involved at this critical time in our country, state, county, and city.

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Sobriety checkpoints to be held in August 2015

New Mexico State Police will be conducting sobriety checkpoints, saturation patrols, and registration, insurance, and driver’s license checkpoints in all New Mexico counties during August.

According t-- Continue reading

PTSD Survey Aims To Connect Veterans With Treatment Services

Silver City, NM - Veterans living in rural communities have challenges connecting with medical and psychological treatment services. A survey for veterans suffering with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder-- Continue reading

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