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'night Mother July 1, 2, and 3

'night Mother, Marsha Norman's Pulitzer Prize Winning Drama

July 1,2 and 3 at 7:30p at Starlight Theater, 1915 Gold St, Silver City 

Tickets $10 at the door

Featuring SCCT Players Wendy Spurgeon and MaryAnn Marlar

Tri-City police department blotters – June 20 through June 23, 2022

Bayard Police Department

Monday, June 20

Loud music
Runnels Drive
Deputy made contact with caller/negative contact with music/units clear.

Poplar Street
Caller saw a male break into the house by breaking a window/now there is a female screaming/male is driving a tan 4dr Jeep type vehicle. Deputy made contact with female over the phone who stated she isn't home and if the male is there it is okay.

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Grant County Sheriff's Office blotter – June 20 through June 23, 2022

Monday, June 20

Game and Fish
Deputy advised removing dead deer from the roadway.

Welfare check
Highway 211 @ Airport Mesa
Male slumped in the driver's side seat/both doors are open on the Jeep. Deputy has contact/driver advising he pulled over to rest/everything is okay.

Accident-property damage
Country Road
Caller advised a red older model flatbed truck wrecked near his address/they passed by his home at a high rate of speed/female and two males involved/does not believe anyone is hurt.

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Silver City Police Department blotter – June 20 through June 23, 2022

Monday, June 20, 2022

2711 Leslie Road—Lintero Apartments
Could not hear caller/there were multiple females screaming. Officer made contact with a named female who advised everything was verbal/everything is okay.

Welfare check
Skate Park
Caller advised he was waved down to stop/another subject was lying on the ground. Officer requested ambulance for a 66-year-old female having trouble breathing/EMS on hand/en route with male (?) to SOS.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 and Continental Divide
Officer went traffic with vehicle in front of the police academy.

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Forging Forward - open house this afternoon 062422

Future Forge is happy to announce that we are holding our first Open House in the new location!!!

The Open House will be from 4pm until 7pm, today, Friday June 24 to showcase the work we've done on the space, host tours, chit chat, have snacks, and do a few demonstrations! 

Our new location Open House address is 307 E. College Avenue!

We are East off of Hudson Street on College Avenue right behind the Optometrist Offices.

For the last few months, we have been working hard on making this new location into a functional work space and we still have more to do! Moving into a space of our own is a huge opportunity for us to permanently establish ourselves in the community and provide a bigger chance for change and growth. We hope you all come down and join us this afternoon.

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Republican Party of Grant County to hold regular meeting 070522

Monthly Meeting Tuesday July 5, 6:00 PM at the Republican Party of Grant County Headquarters, 3 Rio De Arenas, Arenas Valley

Guest Speakers: Armando Aguilera - Commission Candidate District 2 and Commissioner Billy Billings  

Classic Gentle Yoga

Classic Gentle Yoga: July 6,  July 13,  July 20 from 2 -3:10 pm

This class consists of yoga poses for posture improvement, flexibility, and mental and physical relaxation. Suitable for all ages. Bring your mat and any props you use. Led by Colleen Stinar, a yoga instructor for decades with training from many traditions.  

Cost: $5 per class.

609 N Arizona Street, the Church of What's Happening, Silver City, NM 88061

For more information contact Colleen Stinar at 575-574-5451

Widowed and Single Persons Meeting July 11, 2022

Widowed and Single Persons of Grant County monthly meeting is Monday July 11, 2022. Sign in at 10:30, speaker Manny Jaure representative of Silver City Police, where to call when you need help, followed by lunch, cost for lunch $14.00. Cross Point Church, 11600 E. Hwy 180.

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