Created on Monday, 22 September 2014 16:30
The National Weather Service In El Paso Has Issued An
* Arroyo And Small Stream Flood Advisory For...
East Central Grant County In South Central New Mexico...
* Until 730 Pm Mdt
* At 335 Pm Mdt...National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated
Thunderstorms With Heavy Rainfall Stretching From The North End Of
Silver City...To Hanover...And Iron Creek Campground. Over A Half
Inch Of Rain Has Fallen In Some Places In The Past Half Hour.
Created on Monday, 22 September 2014 13:39
Photos by Shirin McArthur
Children of all ages took part in Saturday's annual Monsoon Puppet Parade, part of the Gila River Festival. Beginning at Gough Park at noon, and joined by the Monsoon Puppets-- Continue reading
Created on Sunday, 21 September 2014 20:35
Fox News has named Silver City as one of the Main Streets across the U.S. most worth seeing.
Among others in the region, Silver City joins Sedona, Arizona; Pueblo Colorado; Coeur D'Alene, Idaho; and V-- Continue reading
Created on Sunday, 21 September 2014 18:09
Photos by Shirin McArthur
Visitors to Ft. Bayard on Sunday morning were treated to a military band concert, followed by an interdenominational worship service hosted by the Rev. Earsey Ross (portrayin-- Continue reading
Created on Sunday, 21 September 2014 17:02
Photos by Shirin McArthur and Mary Alice Murphy
On Saturday the lawn at the center of Fort Bayard was filled with tents, a cannon, historic artifacts from the Civil War era, and re-enactors, dressed i-- Continue reading
Created on Sunday, 21 September 2014 14:49
UPDATE: Area extended to include the southwest portion of Grant County and all of Hidalgo County, including Lordsburg.
...Moderate To Heavy Rainfall Possible Over Southern New Mexico And
Far West Texas Through Monday...
.Abundant Moisture Will Flow Back Into The Area Today And Monday
For Increased Chances Of Widespread Moderate To Heavy Rainfall.
Scattered To Numerous Showers And Thunderstorms Will Develop With
The Aid Of Frontal Boundary Moving Into The Area And A Passing
Upper Level Trough. The Ground Remains Moist From Previous Heavy
Rains Of A Few Days Ago...So Much Of This Rain Will Be In The Form
Of Runoff. Flooding Along Drainages...Arroyos...Small Streams And
Low Water Crossings In Possible Through Monday. Urban Areas May
See Street Flooding And Ponding Of Water In Poorly Drained Low
Lying Areas. The Heavy Rain Potential Will Diminish Monday Night
And Early Tuesday.
Created on Sunday, 21 September 2014 13:56
By Mary Alice Murphy
Several members of the Grant County community, who have been working on a continuum of care to address substance abuse, spoke before the Interim Legislative Behavioral Health Committee on Wednesday at Western New Mexico University.
Those speaking included Susie Trujillo of Gila Regional Medical Center Project Development; Michael Carillo, Grant County Detention Center administrator; Ron Hall, District 3 county commissioner; Chris DeBolt, Grant County Community Health Council coordinator; and Jim Helgert, WNMU professor of chemical dependency studies.
Trujillo praised Hall's hard efforts. "We are here before you because Ron is so passionate and committed that he has moved us forward."-- Continue reading
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