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Quemado Lake Campgrounds Opening May 1

Quemado, NM, April 28, 2017— Campgrounds located in the Quemado Lake Recreation Area will open on May 1, 2017 including; Pinon, Juniper, and the El Caso I.

The El Caso II Campground is scheduled to op-- Continue reading

Republican Party of Grant County to host forums

The Republican Party of Grant County is planning to host two forums at WNMU Miller Library, Silver City.

  • May 23, Tuesday, from 6 to 9 p.m., Zach Taylor from Nogales, will speak on immigration, sanctu-- Continue reading

Pre-registration begins May 1 for Silver City Public Library summer reading program

Community members of all ages are invited to participate in the 2017 Summer Reading Program at the Silver City Public Library. The theme is "Build a Better World," and the library will be hosting a fo-- Continue reading

CLAY Festival 2017 receives grant funding and plans fundraiser events

CLAY Festival 2017 receives grant funding and plans fundraiser events

Silver City, NM — April 26, 2017

CLAY Festival is proud to announce that it has received grants from the New Mexico Humanities Council, The Silver City Town & Country Garden Club, and Wells Fargo!-- Continue reading

Hi Ho! Silver - You Are Invited! To The Benefit Opening for End of the Road Ranch - At The Place...At The Palace

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Hough Archaeological Site to be buried

Quemado, NM, April 26, 2017  The Quemado Ranger District, Gila National Forest plans to bury the Hough Archaeological Site west of the community of Luna, NM the week of May 22, 2017.

In 1992 the-- Continue reading

Update on Gila National Forest Plan Revision

Silver City, NM, April 26, 2017—For Immediate Release. The Final Assessment Report of Ecological/Social/Economic Sustainability Conditions and Trends and Needs for Change for Management Direction under -- Continue reading

Book Review/Signing, Silver City Library, May 2, 4:30 p.m.

Don't miss out on hearing how Pierre met the challenges and tragedies in efforts to correct child abuse and how it influenced his personal life over so many years. Truly a personal journey he shares.

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