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Friday, Nov. 22
S. Highway 90 and Tyrone Mine Road
Near the lookouts/White Signal/out with male who is dressed nice/he is disoriented. Caller advised a female is out with them now and she might know what is going on with him. Deputy had negative contact.
Creek Road – Lake Roberts
Caller advised her mail has been stolen from her mailbox. Caller does not want a deputy going out to her/just a phone call is fine.
Friday, Nov. 22
Caller advised someone stole something off his porch around 7:15 a.m.
S. Pinos Altos Street
Caller advised her brother has been missing about 1½ years/caller will call back with address. Spoke to neighbor advising that the neighbor advised females live . . .
December 1, at 10:00 am, 3845 North Swan Street – "Child Ballads"
This presentation by Pat Sterling, Emeritus Professor of English at Western Colorado University, will focus on three Christmas carols which are also traditional ballads dating back hundreds of years. Sterling is particularly interested in how these ballads reflect the common folks' attempts to humanize biblical stories. For example, if Christ was the Son of God, did that mean that even as a child he was perfect and never misbehaved, unlike every other boy who has walked the earth? Joe Neri will perform one of the carols, and the other two will be short video clips. Copies of the lyrics for all three carols will be available.
Although this is not a Family Program Sunday, childcare will be available or the children can take part in the service.
There will be coffee and conversation after the service, and visitors are always welcome.
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Silver City is a diverse group of religious independents seeking knowledge, spiritual sustenance, fellowship and opportunities for service to others. Our programs encompass humanism, liberal Christianity, earth-based spirituality, Buddhism and many other traditions. If you’d like to find out more, email email@example.com, visit our website at www.uufsc.com or visit us on Facebook at Unitarian-Universalist-Fellowship-of-Silver-City.
Bayard Police Department
Monday, Nov. 18
Caller advised her male neighbor has been threatening her. Officers out at an address on Empire Street.
Monday, Nov. 18
DV order violation
Mountain View Drive
A named male is on scene and she has a restraining order against him/he’s knocking on the windows/he’s on foot. Deputy advised that one deputy will be at the address and two more will be checking area/advised negative contact.
Santa Rita Mine Road
Caller advised that a female in a house near hers leaves a baby and the baby cries all day and night. Deputy en route to a residence on Santa Rita Mine Road.
Monday, Nov. 18
Officer advised they have contact with a named male.
Caller advised while he was on the phone with his 30-year-old girlfriend she told him she was going to take some Valium and disconnected. Officers requested ambulance for possible overdose/after EMS was dispatched she was conscious and throwing up.
Silver City, NM – The inaugural Western New Mexico University Jingle and Mingle on the Patio is set for Friday, December 6, from 6 to 8 p.m. The festive family event will occur on Light Hall Patio and include live music, children’s activities like decorating cookies, and a reading of “The Night Before Christmas” by WNMU President Joseph Shepard.
“We want to bring the families of Silver City together over the holidays and create a tradition that our students, faculty and staff can enjoy and return for year after year,” President Shepard said.
WNMU Cultural Affairs has scheduled a full line up of performances by local musicians, including WNMU Mariachi Plata, Brandon Perrault Duo, Silver High School Choir and Silver Chorale. Seasonal treats will be served, and attendees can take photos in front of wintery backdrops as well as purple- and gold-festooned tannenbaums. Santa will be in attendance, and the first-year event also includes an ugly sweater contest.
Check out Pets to Adopt. The High Desert Humane Society has some new cats and dogs up for adoption.
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