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Silver City Food Co-op’s Community Forum, Thursday, July 7, 2016

"What does No Kill mean, can we achieve it, and how close are we?" with Heidi Ogas of the High Desert Humane Society, the Community Forum Thursday, July 7, 2016, from 12 noon to 1 pm in the community-- Continue reading

Free Fruit Fun at the Silver City Food Co-op on July 4

The Silver City Food Co-op will be open on July Fourth from 9 am to 7 pm! Come and have some free fruit fun while you watch the July 4th Parade. Free!

The mission of the Silver City Food Co-op is to p-- Continue reading

Grant County Alumni Chapter To Host Summer BBQ

Grant County Alumni Chapter To Host Summer BBQ

WNMU students posing with New Mexico Governor Bruce King in 1975Silver City, NM – The Grant County Alumni Chapter is hosting a summer BBQ on Wednesday, July 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the WNMU A-- Continue reading

No dogs allowed in Silver City's Gough Park

The Town of Silver City Animal Control Officer wants to remind everyone that there is an ordinance banning dogs from Gough Park in Silver City. All dogs, with the exception of medical assistance servi-- Continue reading

Wal-Mart has A New Way for Shoppers to Pay

SILVER CITY, N.M – Today, Walmart customers in Grant County and across New Mexico can check out at stores the same way customers in Denver and Austin do – through Walmart Pay. The new mobile payment syste-- Continue reading

Gila National Forest Offices closed on July 4

Silver City, NM--June 29, 2014 – All Gila National Forests offices and ranger stations will be closed on Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day and will resume regular business hours Tuesday, -- Continue reading

Girl Scouts learn about money

Girl Scouts learn about money

Rachel Windsor helps Kimberly Tavizon count her play money. (Courtesy Photo)Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest completed a program called "Power of the Penny," where girls were able to learn about mo-- Continue reading

UPDATED Traffic Alert US60 - June 28, 2016

US 60 from mile marker 99 to mile marker 101

Due to a wild fire in the San Mateo Mountains visibility may be restricted due to heavy smoke. The speed limit in the area is reduced-- Continue reading

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