Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration at WNMU 011821

Screenshots by Mary Alice Murphy

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Wizard of Id Comic for January 18, 2021

wizjan18

BY: Mick Mastroianni and Johnny Hart

B.C. Comic for January 18, 2021

bcjan18

BY: Mason Mastroianni, Mick Mastroianni, and Johnny Hart

Grant County Commissioners January 2021 work session and regular meeting part 4

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

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Grant County Commissioners January 2021 work session and regular meeting part 3

Grant County receives Audit and Accountability Award

[Editor's Note: Due to the length of this

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New Mexico COVID-19 update: 751 new cases, totaling 163,637 - 011721

Twenty-two additional COVID-19 deaths

SANTA FE – New Mexico state health officials on Sunday

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Being a regular guy is part of family history

By Abe Villarreal

In the ongoing search for details on my family history, I have come up with one

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Wizard of Id Comic for January 17, 2021

wizjan17

BY: Mick Mastroianni and Johnny Hart

B.C. Comic for January 17, 2021

bcjan17

BY: Mason Mastroianni, Mick Mastroianni, and Johnny Hart

B.C. Comic for January 16, 2021

bcjan16

BY: Mason Mastroianni, Mick Mastroianni and Johnny Hart

ACLU Chapter Holds Monthly Meeting

The Southwest Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico, representing Luna,

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FBI, U.S. Attorney's Office prepare for potential violence, ask public to send information

The Albuquerque FBI Division and the U.S. Attorney’s Office are working with federal, state, and

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Council OKs variance for county employee's carport

By Roger Lanse

Gilbert Helton, Grant County's Emergency Management Officer, came before the town

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Bayard City Council meetings for 2021

LEGAL NOTICE

The Bayard City Council will conduct work sessions at 1:30 p.m. and regular meetings at

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New Mexico COVID-19 update: 1,092 new cases, totaling 162,893 - 011621

Thirty-six additional COVID-19 deaths

SANTA FE – New Mexico state health officials on Saturday

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Bayard City Council to hold work session and regular meeting Jan. 25, 2021

LEGAL NOTICE

The Bayard City Council will conduct a work session at 1:30 a.m. and a Regular

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Wizard of Id Comic for January 16, 2021

wizjan16

BY: Mick Mastroianni and Johnny Hart

Grant County Commission hears a second presentation at work session 011221and GRMC update at regular meeting 011421, Part 2

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

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Twin Sisters Cycling and Fitness and Light Art Space Receive Awards

aj at twin sistersAJ Tow of Twin SistersSilver City MainStreet is acknowledging downtown businesses that have

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Environment Department releases updated COVID-19 Watchlist

List includes establishments with two or more rapid responses within the last 14 days

The New Mexico

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NMDOT Traffic Report for week of January 17 to 24, 2021

In all construction zones, motorists are asked to reduce speed, obey posted signs, and use extreme

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Last Day to Register for Saturday's Workshop

Acting for the Zoom Camera - Part 2

“We had such a fun time and learned so much at the first

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Heinrich Honors Legacy Of Martin Luther King, Jr.

WASHINGTON (Jan. 15, 2021) - U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) released the following

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Attorney General Hector Balderas Issues a Debt Collection Advisory Warning New Mexicans About Predatory Collection Practices 

Santa Fe, NM---Attorney General Hector Balderas today issued an advisory to New Mexicans warning them

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NMSU Honors College names Hubbell associate dean

Anne Hubbell, professor of communication studies at New Mexico State University, has been named

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