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If you see this pottery, report it to police

The pottery pictured below was stolen from Western New Mexico University over the weekend of May 1-3, 2015. If you see the pottery online, at a rummage sale, or in a pawn shop, please report it to the -- Continue reading

Sierra House exploring options for full-time homeless shelter in Silver City

The Sierra House Advisory Board is exploring options for a full-time homeless shelter or other solution for men, women, families and teens in the Silver City area.

Currently, the Silver City Gospel Mi-- Continue reading

44th Annual Ft. Bayard Wilderness Run set for Saturday

44th Annual Ft. Bayard Wilderness Run. 8 a.m. Saturday, May 23, 2015.

Old Ft. Bayard Hospital, Santa Clara.

8-mile and 5K trail runs.

Age group prizes, an inspiring trail, and fabulous running communi-- Continue reading

NWS Skywarn Spotter Classes to be held in Grant County in June

The National Weather Service will be presenting two Skywarn Spotter classes in Grant County next month. Both classes will run from 6:00 to 9:00 PM and be held at the Gila Regional EMS Training Room on-- Continue reading

Adobe Wall Construction Workshop

Adobe Wall Construction Workshop

Come join us Saturday May 30 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM and learn about adobe construction with Mule Creek Adobe. We will be building the first wall that will define the space for a parklet funded by a P-- Continue reading

Assessment Phase Starts the Gila Forest Plan Revision

SILVER CITY, NM; May 19, 2015 – For Immediate Release –The Gila National Forest is notifying the public of the initiation of the Assessment Phase of the Gila National Forest Land Management Plan Revision.-- Continue reading

Prescription drug focus groups slated

Silver City, New Mexico, May 20, 2015: Grant County residents have a chance to share their thoughts, opinions and give advice on prescription drugs at a series of three one-hour focus groups scheduled-- Continue reading

Grant County Sheriff's Department blotter – May 15 through May 17, 2015

Friday, May 15

N. Swan Street
Caller advised two doors were unlocked and money taken from an envelope. Advised that the cat was inside the whole time. Deputy advised frequent patrol set up for-- Continue reading

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