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SC Food Co-op Community Flea Market, May 30

Saturday, May 30, 2015, 9 am to 1 pm

Community Flea Market - recycle, reuse or repurpose a treasure!

614 N. Bullard St.

For more information call 388-2343 or visit www.silvercityfoodcoop.com

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Silver City Police Department blotter – May 18 through May 21, 2015

Monday, May 18

Welfare check
E. 12th Street
Caller advised that she was called by her brother on Friday regarding a burglar alarm at his house and now she cannot get in contact with him, although the li-- Continue reading

Grant County Sheriff's Department blotter – May 18 through May 21, 2015

Monday, May 18

Highway 15 – Pinos Altos
Caller advised that her red electric scooter was stolen from her house but she has an idea of who took it.

Whispering Hills
Caller advised that h-- Continue reading

Kick-Off for 101 Things to Do For Youth In Grant County

Grant County Courthouse Lawn, 201 N. Cooper St. Learn all about the free summer-long program for youth. Got the card?! Now get to the fun! Raffles, food, prizes and a chance to learn about all 101 thi-- Continue reading

Herb Recipe Contributions for Cookbook

KURU 89.1 FM community radio is seeking contributions of recipes for using culinary or medicinal herbs for cooking or medicine for our upcoming cookbook. Send to: This email address is being protected-- Continue reading

GC Board of Commissioners Looking for Two New Members of GRMC Board of Trustees

The Grant County Board of Commissioners is in the process of appointing two (2) Board Members to the Gila Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees. Interested individuals must submit a letter of inte-- Continue reading

Volunteers Needed for Blues & Bikes Festival

Mimbres Region Arts Council is looking for volunteers to assist at the Blues & Bikes Festival. For information, call 575-528-2505. Please note: this year there will be no shade structures. As always, there will be no dogs allowed in the park.

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SC Public Library Survey

Are you community-minded? Do you like to read books, magazines, use the internet, listen to free live music, or download ebooks, videos, or audiobooks? Do you like to win prizes - say, for instance, a-- Continue reading

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