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Grant County Sheriff’s Department Blotter – July 27 - July 30, 2015

Monday, July 27

Criminal damage to property
Old Fort Bayard
Caller advised that two vehicles, a red Mustang and a gold GMC pickup, are at old Fort Bayard and they just broke a window of the building-- Continue reading

Tri-City Police Departments Blotters – July 27 - July 30, 2015

Bayard Police Department

Tuesday, July 28

Welfare check
Guinevan and McKee
Caller advised that a female is yelling in the alley near a tattoo shop.

Request officer
S. Canyon Street
Caller advised t-- Continue reading

Silver City Police Department Blotter – July 27 - July 30, 2015

Monday, July 27, 2015

Welfare check
206 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised that a male is lying in the middle of the street on top of the hill behind Snappy Mart. Officer advised to send EMS for a 50-ye-- Continue reading

GCFRW to facilitate presidential debate party

The Grant County Federated Republican Women are facilitating a Presidential Debate Party at the Wranglers Bar and Grill Patio on Thursday, August 6 at 7 p.m. A large screen television will be availabl-- Continue reading

Celebrating Native Interpretations of Petroglyphs with Zuni Cultural Resource Advisory Team

Celebrating Native Interpretations of Petroglyphs with Zuni Cultural Resource Advisory Team

SILVER CITY, NM – The Zuni Cultural Resource Advisory Team (CRAT) visited several "rock art" sites on the Gila National Forest July 21-22, 2015. Commonly known as "rock art," pictographs (pigment on roc-- Continue reading

Community Conversations on Assessment Phase of Forest Plan Revision

SILVER CITY, NM; July 30, 2015 – For Immediate Release - The Gila National Forest is reminding the public of Community Conversations about the Assessment Phase of the Forest Plan Revision to be held Aug-- Continue reading

REMINDER: Veterans Benefits Fair in Silver City (WNMU)

(SILVER CITY, NM)-Military Veterans, Guard/Reserve Members, and transitioning active-duty military personnel can learn about the many federal and state benefits available for them and their families a-- Continue reading

GRMC Summer Concert Series – August 2015

Gila Regional Medical Center is excited to bring uplifting music to Caregivers and the Community from June through August. Extra tables will be set up in the shade.

Friday Performances from Noon to 1:-- Continue reading

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