The Roadmap of a Successful Entrepreneur: It Can be Yours

Sarah Breedlove was the orphaned daughter of former slaves. At seven years old, Sarah worked


Huge Craft, Food, Rummage event Saturday, April 2, 2022

Saturday, April 2
Silver City Womans Club Building
411 Silver


Single Socks seeks store manager

store front

Job Announcement

Store Manager
Single Socks

Single Socks is a non-profit, community-owned thrift


Rainbow Housing seeks resident services coordinator at Silver Cliff Apartments

Rainbow Housing is a Non-Profit Organization that helps residents at low income housing.The


Literacy Link – Leamos HUGE Yard Sale

On Saturday, November 13, from 8 AM to noon, Literacy Link – Leamos will have a yard sale at 19


For Hire: box truck and lift gate and two men, licensed and insured

img 4157For Hire: 24ft Box Truck with Lift Gate and two men - Silver Windows ETC
-2 Hour Minimum on all


Tippie is looking for a home - SOON!

tippie 3638tippie 3645"Tippie" is a shy, gentle, and loving indoor kitty. Female (spayed), 8 years old (I've had her


Silver City resident seeks someone to take her to and from Grant County Airport

Silver City resident seeks someone to hire to take her to and from the Grant County Airport when she


Free Siberian Husky pups

husky pupsGive Away Free Siberian Husky Pups ( 1Boy and 1 girl ) with papers V'cked , M/chip, vaccinated.


The Commons seeks an executive director

The Commons, a non-profit located in Silver City, New Mexico has an immediate opening for an


SOLD: Free bunkbed rarely used

SOLD: Free bunkbed! Has comfy 2" memory foam toppers on both mattresses. These beds have rarely


New Mexico Counties Board of Directors Elect New Representatives

SANTA FE, NM –The New Mexico Counties (NMC) Board of Directors elected new national and local


Discussion and reading by Jimmy Santiago Baca

The Southwest Word Fiesta is proud to sponsor the virtual book launch of Jimmy Santiago Baca's


GRMC Becomes Level-4 Trauma Center

grmc level 4 certificateFrom left are Bertie Berry, trauma program manager, and Dr. Steve Kotch, Emergency Department


Eric Vigil Named as Acting State Director for USDA Rural Development

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., January 21, 2021 –Long time USDA Rural Development employee Eric Vigil has been


U.S. Department of Agriculture Announces Three Deputy Under Secretaries in the Areas of Nutrition, Rural Development and Marketing and Regulatory Programs

WASHINGTON, Jan. 21, 2021 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced three senior appointments


New Mexico County Insurance Authority 

New District Directors

SANTA FE, NM – New Mexico County Insurance Authority (NMCIA) membership


Grant County Commissioners January 2021 work session and regular meeting, part 6

[Editor's Note: Due to the length of the work session and regular meeting, they will be broken up


"It's A New Day"

By Elaine Carlson

Today we are having our county's "59th Presidential Inauguration." We have all


Wizard of Id Comic for January 21, 2021


BY: Mick Mastroianni and Johnny Hart

B.C. Comic for June 21, 2021


BY: Mason Mastroianni, Mick Mastroianni, and Johnny Hart

Karen Oakley, 75, a resident of Silver City, NM

karenoakleyKaren Oakley passed away peacefully on January 3, 2021 at her home. She was born November 23, 1945


Josefa Nevarez, 80, a resident of Silver City, NM

josefanevarezJosefa Nevarez, 80, a resident of Silver City, NM entered eternal rest Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at


The Village of Santa Clara Discussed Project Updates on January 14, 2021, Regular Meeting

By Alexis Rico

On January 14, 2021, the Village of Santa Clara Council met for a regular meeting


The Town of Hurley Council Hears an Update on the Bayard/Hurley Police Consolidation from Bayard Police Chief at January 12, 2021, Regular Meeting

By Alexis Rico

The Town of Hurley met for its regularly scheduled meeting on January 12, 2021, via


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