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Freeport-McMoRan Reports Second-Quarter and Six-Month 2016 Results

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PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (NYSE: FCX):

Net loss attributable to common stock totaled $479 million, $0.38 per share, for second-quarter 2016. After adjusting for net charges totaling $452 million, $0.36 per share, second-quarter 2016 adjusted net loss attributable to common stock totaled $27 million, $0.02 per share.

Consolidated sales (including volumes from Tenke Fungurume (Tenke), which is being reported as a discontinued operation) totaled 1.1 billion pounds of copper, 156 thousand ounces of gold, 19 million pounds of molybdenum and 12.4 million barrels of oil equivalents (MMBOE) for second-quarter 2016, compared with 964 million pounds of copper, 352 thousand ounces of gold, 23 million pounds of molybdenum and 13.1 MMBOE for second-quarter 2015.-- Continue reading

Society for Creative Anachronism Fighter Practice

Photos by Sandra Michaud

Black Range Complex Fires Update 072516

Silver City, NM; July 25, 2016 – For Immediate Release - The Black Range Complex Fires on the Black Range Ranger District consist of four fires: the Kline and Cooney Fires started July 8, the Corduroy F-- Continue reading

Economic Development Secretary Jon Barela Announces Colorado Manufacturer Relocating to Grant County, Creating 10 Rural Jobs

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

Santa Clara, NM - Today, July 25, 2016, New Mexico Economic Development Secretary Jon Barela announced St. Claire's Organics, a Colorado manufacturer of candy and cough drops, is relocating its facility to the Village of Santa Clara and will create 10 manufacturing jobs. St. Claire's Organics' products are currently sold in the natural foods and mass market segments, both in the U.S. and in several countries abroad, a news release stated.

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Streets scheduled for chip sealing next year

By Roger Lanse

Several city streets are scheduled in 2017 for chip sealing followed by fog sealing, Peter Peña, Director of Public Works told the Silver City Town Council at its Monday, July 25, meeting. The streets are located behind the high school, Peña said, and include the main arteries Silver Street and Fowler Avenue, and associated side streets. “We always request funding through our cooperative agreement with the New Mexico Department of Transportation one year ahead,” Pena stated.
Peña continued, “We’re getting ready to do our annual project for this year, 2016. It’s set for Aug. 1st through the 5th and the schedule will be put in the paper.”-- Continue reading

Silver City Museum clay play 072316

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

To get kids and adults in the mood for the Silver City Clay Festival, which kicked off Saturday with a fundraiser poker tournament, the Silver City Museum held an activity-- Continue reading

Guatemalan Mercado 072316

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

To benefit The Commons and Nuevos Comienzos, the staff held a Guatemalan Mercado on Saturday. As always, the bright colors of jewelry, clothing items, table cloths and plac-- Continue reading

Clay and Gallery Happenings 072316

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

These events and others posted did not cover all the events of Saturday, as the Silver City Clay Festival, put on by the Silver City Arts and Cultural District, kicked off-- Continue reading

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