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Dutch Oven Gathering to return to Glenwood, NM, April 8, 2017

The Dutch Oven Gathering returns to Glenwood, NM this year.

The event will be held Saturday April 8, from about 10am to around 4pm at the Glenwood Community Park on the Catwalk Poad. The public is wel-- Continue reading

CLAY Festival 2017 Explores Geology and Mining

CLAY Festival 2017 Explores Geology and Mining

Silver City, NM — March 22, 2017

The 6th annual CLAYFest Market will take place on Saturday, July 29th from 10am-4pm in conjunction with the Silver City Farmer's Market and other CLAY Festival events,-- Continue reading

Mustang Showcase event to highlight campus life, programs April 1

Silver City, NM – High school students and community college students looking to enroll at Western New Mexico University in the upcoming fall semester are invited to attend Mustang Showcase on Saturday,-- Continue reading

WNMU Health Careers Academy 2017


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SMASH Academy 2017


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Tri-City Police Department Blotters -- Mar. 17 - Mar. 19, 2017

Bayard Police Department

Friday, Mar. 17

Criminal trespass
Central Avenue
A named male should not be on property anymore.

Larceny
North Street
Someone in a green Jeep just stole mail from caller’s box.

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Grant County Sheriff’s Department Blotter – Mar. 17 - Mar. 19, 2017

Friday, Mar. 17

Domestic disturbance
Camino Seco – Arenas Valley
Caller advised that someone stole her card then disconnected. Deputies responded and advised it was an argument between grandmother and g-- Continue reading

Free Senior Health Screenings Are Now Available to Hidalgo County Seniors at the HMS Ena Mitchell Senior Center in Lordsburg

Free Senior Health Screenings Are Now Available to Hidalgo County Seniors at the HMS Ena Mitchell Senior Center in Lordsburg

Silver City, NM – Free whole body wellness screenings are now available to Hidalgo County seniors, age 60 and older. Wellness screenings offered throughout the month include blood pressure checks, vital-- Continue reading

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