Job Fair brings out more than 300 job seekers

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Photo: The Job Fair opened with a ribbon cutting by from left, Silver City Mayor James Marshall,


GRMC holds open house to show the new 160-slice CT scanner

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Photo: Ashley Fajardo, GRMC radiology technician, shows off the new 160-slice CT scanner, which is the


County holds meeting about road dedication and maintenance

Grant County held a meeting Wednesday afternoon to inform the public of the process to get a road


WNMU Museum Director Publishes Articles, Named To Board

Silver City, NM - Dr. Cynthia Ann Bettison, Director and Archaeologist of the Western New Mexico


Veterans Day ceremonies to take place Friday morning

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The public is invited to participate in the Veterans Day ceremonies at Fort Bayard National


Over 300 Job-Seekers Attend Congressman Pearce

Silver City, NM (November 10, 2011) Today, Congressman Steve Pearce hosted his third job fair of


Rumors that state will take over Reserve Schools is false

RESERVE, NM. November 10, 2011  "Allegations that the State of New Mexico has come in to take over


Centennial tour of New Mexico by Union Pacific Steam Locomotive No. 844

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Union Pacific's Steam Locomotive No. 844 traveled through Lordsburg on Wednesday as part of a


SCPD, after a high-speed pursuit, took into custody an individual wanted on a felony warrant

Silver City Police Department

               1011 N. Hudson Street - P.O. Box 997, Silver City, New Mexico 88062


Town Council Juggles Eggs, Aesthetics, and Health Issues in passing

By Charlie McKee

The Town Council voted to approve the “Chicken Ordinance”, Ordinance No. 1188, on


Grant County Sheriff's deputies responded to shooting Monday afternoon

On November 7,2011 at approximately 4:16 am., Deputies from the Grant County Sheriff's Department


FREE USE to Veterans, Members of the U.S. Armed Forces, and Their Families!

 Silver City, NM; November 9, 2011 For Veterans Day this Friday,  November 11th, U.S. veterans,


Grant County Commission work session held to address regular meeting agenda

Grant County commissioners heard a report from Serenity Acres and addressed the Thursday meeting


Silver City/Grant County Chamber of Commerce Job Fair

THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER 10, 2011     8:00 pm -1:00 pm.   
Congressman Steve Pearce announced that he will be


SCPD takes individual wanted on a federal warrant into custody

Silver City Police Department

               1011 N. Hudson Street - P.O. Box 997, Silver City, New Mexico 88062


A Time for Sharing 7th annual Thanksgiving dinner to be held

W & N Enterprises, Inc., Snappy Marts, Food Baskets, and Wrangler's Bar & Grill, and The Silver


Update on Thursday's Job Fair, slight change of venue, more businesses

More businesses have signed up to take part in the job fair. Also a change in venue has been


SCPD Weekend Report 11/04/11 at 4:00 PM


1011 North Hudson Street/PO Box 997, Silver City New Mexico 88062


Black Tie Ball on Hiatus for 2011

The Mimbres Region Arts Council has announced that the popular Black Tie Ball has been put on


Copper Cowbelles hold luncheon to honor past presidents

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Photo: Past presidents of the Copper Cowbelles were feted at a luncheon Saturday. They include


Arts and Crafts Fair

During the arts and crafts fair at the Grant County Business and Conference Center this weekend,


SC-GC chamber of commerce announcements

The Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce it will produce with


WNMU Students Raise Hunger Awareness at The Volunteer Center Fundraiser

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Silver City recipient of national EPA award

Feasibility Studies to RE-Power Communities
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's RE-Powering


Congressman Pearce to Co-Host Job Fair in Silver City

A committee of area citizens have helped plan a Job Fair, hosted by Congressman Steve Pearce. The


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