Pearce Votes for Affordable Energy, American Jobs

Washington, DC (July 25, 2013) – Today, U.S. Congressman Steve Pearce voted for H.R. 2218, the Coal


Tyrone Eastern Star and Santa Rita Masonic Lodge recognize scholarship recipients

Photo:Tyrone Chapter Order of the Eastern Star and Santa Rita Masonic Lodge Scholarship Recipients include,


New Mexico Economic Development Commission Meeting August 23

Opportunity for groups, organizations and individuals to present ideas for the Department's Five Year


Walk for the Heroes Date and Time Set

Photo; Coordinator, Liz Lopez and Gold Star Mom, Kay Beeman prepare for the “Walk for the Heroes” walk


T.G.I. Yogurt ribbon cutting held

Pictured from the left include Dan Cook(Chamber Board); Christen Rogers, Ken Torres (Chamber Board);


Flash Flood Watch in effect for region until 10 pm 072513

302 AM MDT THU JUL 25 2013



Learning from Luna: The Fiasco of the Deming Starmax Multiplex and Why We Should Say NO to Doing the Same

Lynda Aiman-Smith

We will soon have a special election to vote on a Gross Receipts Tax increase,


TEA Party Patriots special GRT election forum 072313, part 2

At the Silver City-Grant County TEA Party Patriots special bond election forum Tuesday evening, the


9th Annual Gila River Festival The Gila River is in Our Hands!

Southwest’s Premier Nature Festival Scheduled for September 19 – 22, 2013

The 9th annual Gila


Udall Highlights N.M. Success Using Brownfields Program to Revitalize Communities

Bernalillo County Commission Vice Chair Debbie O’Malley, others testify that brownfields program


CLIMAS presents climate outlook

JULY 2013
Vol 12 Issue 7

Drought: Monsoon rains helped improved drought conditions in a few areas in


Udall Statement on Senate Vote on Student Loan Rates

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.) issued the following statement after voting against a


Severe alert and flash flood warning for Silver Fire and Whitewater-Baldy burn scars and downstream until 10 pm




Pearce: "Supporting Our Troops Means Providing the Funding they Need"

Washington, DC (July 24, 2013) – Today, U.S. Congressman Steve Pearce voted for H.R. 2397, the


Comments from afar from a former county resident

Since I don't currently reside in Grant County I may not be completely aware of all the issues


Martita Noon to discuss energy opportunities for public input

I've recently been alerted to two important opportunities for your involvement regarding New


TEA Party Patriots special GRT election forum 072313

The Silver City-Grant County TEA Party Patriots hosted a forum on the proposed gross receipts tax


Editorial on special bond election to raise GRT

At my core I am a business person.  To make money you must invest.  To build a better product you must


Tax Practitioner Meetings In Santa Fe, Farmington and Las Cruces

Tax Practitioner Meeting In Santa Fe

PHOENIX - - The New Mexico Society of Certified Public


The Bull Report: A National Park Idea From Outer Space

Washington, D.C. (July 24, 2013) – Recently, two Democratic Congresswomen introduced legislation to


Flash Flood Warning for East Central Grant County until 7:30 p.m.




Environment Department Issues "Boil Water Advisory" for Sunset Acres Water Company Water System

Customers are urged to Boil Water Prior to Drinking
(Santa Fe, N.M.) –The New Mexico Environment


Comments on the TEA party GRT forum

I went to the TEA party forum on the new tax last night, and it was somewhat enlightening but not


Udall: We Need a Functioning FEC to Reform our Campaign Finance System

WASHINGTON – Today U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.) called for a functioning Federal Election


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