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NMSU Cooperative Extension Service Offers Diabetes Cooking School

Classes Sponsored by NM Department of Health

Silver City, NM – In 2011, diabetes was the 6th leading cause of death for New Mexicans, and an estimated 154,800 New Mexican adults (18 years and older) had-- Continue reading

Capital Outlay Application training for 2016 to be offered

The Aging and Long-Term Services Department Capital Project Bureau is offering Capital Outlay Application training for the 2016 application process. Requirements of the application include on-going as-- Continue reading

"Legislative and Local Priorities for 2015" will be the Topic at Green Drinks on Jan. 8

The monthly Green Drinks meeting of the Southwest NM Green Chamber of Commerce and the NM Solar Energy Association-Silver City Chapter will be held this Thursday, January 8th from 5:30 - 7:00 PM in th-- Continue reading

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service on Immigration to be Held on Jan. 11

Next Sunday, January 11, at 10:00 a.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Silver City, 3845 North Swan Street, we will hold a conversation with ourselves on Immigration. There are so many que-- Continue reading

Grant County Democratic Party Monthly Meeting to be Held Jan. 14

The Grant County Democratic Party monthly meeting will be held on Wed, Jan 14, at 5:30 p.m. potluck; at 6:20 p.m. business meeting. Location: 3060 Hwy 180E, Silver City. Bring a dish and bring a friend. Info 575-654-6060

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Corrected: Southwest Firefighter Recruitment Program Begins

SILVER CITY, N.M.; Jan. 6, 2015 – Gila National Forest officials remind the public that the Gila Southwest Firefighter (SWFF) recruitment program for the 2015 wildland fire season will begin tonight at -- Continue reading

"Meditation for Everyone" to Resume on Jan. 6

"Meditation for Everyone!" -- non-denominational meditation classes -- will be resuming at our new home, The Lotus Center (211 W. Broadway), starting tomorrow, Tuesday, January 6. Our next series will-- Continue reading

Grant County Sheriff's Department blotter – Dec. 29, 2014 through Jan. 4, 2015

Monday, Dec. 29

Flury Lane
Caller advised that his debit card was stolen and used over the weekend.

Domestic disturbance
Delk Drive
Caller advised that his drunken brother is harassing-- Continue reading

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