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kidsbaseballOn Saturday, June 12, the Braves team from Cliff Valley Little League secured their undefeated status by taking two games from the Silver City Little League teams.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., June 14, 2021 – Rural Development a mission area of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) joined with other partners to allow El Grito Head Start in Silver City, New Mexico expand its services.

To find out more about this great success story click here.

PORTALES, NM (06/14/2021)-- The following area students graduated from Eastern New Mexico University in spring 2021:

Eric Adams of Silver City, NM (88061)

Chase Sturdevant of Pinos Altos, NM (88053)

An in-person commencement ceremony was held at Greyhound Stadium on May 15.

ENMU is a state institution offering associate, bachelor's and master's degree options.

new parkletPictured is the new parklet The Town of Silver City received funding from the New Mexico Department of Tourism’s Clean and Beautiful Program for three separate projects. The Town of Silver City was one of thirty-seven communities in the state to receive funding this past year to develop and enhance beautification and recycling initiatives. 

The projects were implemented by three different organizations. They include the Youth Mural Program for installation of a tile mural on the restroom building at the Main Street Plaza in cooperation with Silver City MainStreet, Gila Native Plant Society for improvements to the Silva Creek Botanical Garden, and Constructavision LLC is built a parklet on the corner of Yankie and Texas Streets that is a private/public partnership. 

IOWA CITY, IA (06/09/2021)-- This spring, some 5,300 University of Iowa undergraduate, graduate, and professional students received their degrees under extraordinary circumstances. With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to upend traditional educational practices across campus and the country, the 2020-21 academic year has been a challenge.

David Marquez of Silver City, NM was among the students conferred their degrees. Marquez was a student in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences whose program of study was English and Creative Writing. The degree awarded was a Bachelor of Arts.

For more than a year, Marquez and other Iowa students have made sacrifices to maintain health and safety-taking online courses, wearing face masks, and being mindful of social distance. Through it all, however, Hawkeyes have persisted and excelled. A graduating biomedical engineering student is a 2021 Rhodes Scholar. A biochemistry major was named one of only 17 Churchill scholars in the nation, while two other undergraduates, a math major and a biomedical engineering major, became Goldwater scholars.

sisterritaSister Rita Ann Plante, CSI, held a book signing at the Makers Market on Saturday, June 5, 2021. Her book of poems titled The Donkey Who Shall Remain Nameless, sold well, according to the photographer Anna Partido.

brennanshockPictured, L-R: GCFRW President Vicky Hawkins, Brennan Shock, and Candy Luhrsen. One of the National Federated Republican Women's public service programs is called Americanism. In connection with that, Grant County FRW hosted a countywide essay contest for students in grades 3-12. The essay topic was "Freedom or Free Stuff - what is the difference between Capitalism and Socialism". Certificates and $265 worth of cash awards were presented to students in Grant County. A total of 22 essays were received and judged, three of which were from public schools. Honorable mention certificates and cash awards were presented to Wyatt Donovan of LaPlata Middle School, Brennan Shock of Cliff Schools, and Aston Donovan of Silver City High School last month. Other awards were previously presented at Calvary Christian Academy.

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