By Roger Lanse
When Silver City police officers were dispatched to the Silver City impound lot at 1510 W. Market Street on Sunday, July 9, at about 4:38 a.m., they saw flames coming from the third and fourth bays on the west side of the lot. Officers immediately summoned the Silver City Fire
Location: 4 miles west of mile marker 37 on U.S. Highway 180 and south of Saliz Pass, near the top of Whiterocks Mountain close to the Arizona border. Legal description -- T9S, R21W, Section 30.
Start Date: July 10, 2017 Size: ~7-10 acres Cause: Lightning
Vegetation: Ponderosa pine transitioning
By Mary Alice Murphy
The regular monthly luncheon meeting of the Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce took place Thursday, July 6, 2017, for members to hear updates on the upcoming Clay Festival and to hear about the PNM rate case.
Lee Gruber, Clay Festival founder and
By Mary Alice Murphy
The meeting of the New Mexico Central Arizona Project Entity took place on July 6, 2017, a change of the regular first Tuesday of the month meeting, due to the Fourth of July holiday.
Allyson Siwik of the Gila Conservation Coalition gave the only public comments.
"As the New
Three photographers at different distances from the annual Independence Day fireworks display took pictures of the celebration.
Sandra Michaud took them from about a mile away; Intern Alexis Rico from a bit more than a mile away from a high point; and Mary Alice Murphy, from about four miles
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