Local Business Sponsors-Grant County NM

This page will feature local businesses, which have chosen to sponsor their business on this page.

The Beat does not necessarily promote or utilize this business, but does the interview and takes photos. 

A Grant County business, which wishes to have a presence on this page, may contact the Beat at editor@grantcountybeat.com.

For a set fee of $150 (plus gross receipts tax), as time allows, someone from The Grant County Beat will interview the owner and take photos at the site of the business.

If the business wishes to continue to support the Beat, it can choose to buy monthly advertising at a discount for each month its ad continues. Contact the Beat for ad rates, sizes and prices at ads@grantcountybeat.com.


Sponsored Content Written by Mary Alice Murphy

Looking for a private place to get away from it all (or almost all)? Looking for a location off the beaten path where the sounds may be from the rain or wind? Looking for a place to sit under a tree and read a good book or just gaze off into the seemingly forever distance?

Think you want to go for lots of hikes, but then you find yourself just decompressing and doing nothing?

Sponsored Content Written by Mary Alice Murphy

The Murray Hotel, the tallest building in Silver City at five stories, was built in 1937 and is solid concrete, with brickwork varying in the two wings.


Lynda Aiman-Smith, a part-owner of the Murray and in charge of operations and marketing, took the Beat on a tour of what's available now and is in the planning and project stage.

"We've seen historic photos of the construction of the Murray," Aiman-Smith said. "They show workers carrying buckets of cement up the scaffolding and pouring it into the forms, so this hotel is all handmade."

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