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Editor's Note: This is a very brief update on the decisions made at the Monday, July 17, 2017, emergency meeting of the GRMC Board of Trustees. A much more comprehensive article will follow later on Tuesday.

By Mary Alice Murphy

The emergency meeting of the Board of Trustees of Gila Regional

The progress of the Denny's restaurant going up in Silver City continues with photos by photographer Dave Schuhmann. Saturday, July 15, 2017. The sign is up.

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

Each year, the Guatemalan Mercado brings items from artisans and craft-makers in Guatemala for purchase in Silver City. The one held on Saturday and Sunday, July 15 and 16, benefited not only the artisans, but a percentage went toward expenses of The Volunteer Center

By Mary Alice Murphy

Aldo Leopold Charter School Governing board President Shauna McCost called the July meeting to order. Also attending were members Dave Peck, A.J. Sandoval and Mary Gruszka, who serves as board secretary, as well as Director Wayne Sherwood and Development Director Dave

Photo and article by Mary Alice Murphy

 District 38 Rep. Rebecca Dow presents a certificate and resolution of appreciation for his service to World War II veteran Dan McBride.

The all-day New Mexico Legislative Interim Military and Veterans' Affairs Committee meeting took place in Silver

Outlaw Fire – July 15, 2017
Location: West of U.S. Highway 180, Glenwood Ranger District, Gila National Forest. Legal description – T13S, R20W, Section 2.

Start Date: July 15, 2017 Size: ~8 acres Cause: Lightning

Vegetation: Grasses and pinon juniper

Resources: Monitoring.

Containment: 0%

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

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Video of drone flight courtesy of Kristina Limardo

Photographer Dave Schuhmann took photos of the progress of putting the stucco on the outside of Denny's on Wednesday, July 12 and Thursday, July 13.

Live from Silver City

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