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SC Museum Seeking Submissions

The Silver City Museum is inviting submissions to be included in an upcoming exhibit on the history of women in southwestern New Mexico. To complement historical stories and artifacts, the museum seek-- Continue reading

Allen Townsend Allstate Insurance Agency Opens

Allen Townsend Allstate Insurance Agency Opens

Allen Townsend is shown cutting the ceremonial ribbon to kick off the Grand Opening Weekend of the Allen Townsend Allstate Insurance Agency.

The office is located at 905 Hudson Street in Silver City.

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Sunday, September 6, at the UUFSC

Next Sunday, September 6th, there will be no service at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall on Swan Street. Instead, members of the fellowship will gather at 11:00 a.m. for a potluck picnic at-- Continue reading

Lecture by Venerable Wangchen Rinpoche

Lecture by Venerable Wangchen Rinpoche

The Venerable Wangchen Rinpoche will be giving a public lecture on The Buddhist View of Death and Dying at 7pm on October 7, 2015 at the Old Elks Lodge (Vicki's Eatery Bldg) 315 N Texas Silver City

Th-- Continue reading

It's a 4-Day Weekend at the Hearst

It's a 4-Day Weekend at the Hearst

Linda Reynolds's oil painting "Bushel of Apples"

Major holidays are always open days at the Grant County Art Guild's Pinos Altos Art Gallery! That makes this Labor Day Weekend a big four days of art a-- Continue reading

Gila National Forest Offices Closed Labor Day

SILVER CITY, NM, Aug. 31, 2015 ¡V For Immediate Release ¡V Gila National Forest offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 7, 2015 in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Our offices will resume regular busin-- Continue reading

Silver City Blood Drive PSA/Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Silver City Blood Drive PSA/Childhood Cancer Awareness MonthSeptember is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. There is no better way to help those struggling with these diseases than to give blood as blo-- Continue reading

Silver City Police Department Blotter – Aug. 28 - Aug. 30, 2015

Friday, Aug. 28

Welfare check
E. 6th Street
Caller advised that his 4-year-old and 6-year-old boys have not gone to school for two days and advised that the father was showing signs of emotional inst-- Continue reading

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