SANTA CLARA, NM – The New Mexico Department of Veterans Services (DVS) has hired Chris Teran as its Veterans Service Officer for the agency's Santa Clara/Grant County field office.
Audrie and Avel Rios cut the ceremonial ribbon at the grand opening of Unique Boutique. Unique Boutique, a ladies apparel and accessories shop, is located at 3130 Highway 180 East Suite A in Silver City, New Mexico. Their phone number is (575) 654-8329. Holding the ribbon during the event is Silver City Mayor Ken Ladner and First Savings Bank President Jack Herndon.
Silver City, NM – Grant County is a little bit safer than it was last week thanks to the effort of area seniors who took a pledge to better secure their prescription medications. To aid in their endeavor, the seniors received a complimentary medication lock box from the Youth Substance Abuse Coalition (YSAPC).
The prestigious P.E.O. STAR Scholarship for the 2018-2019 academic year was presented to Marley Williams, graduating senior at Cliff High School. The $2500 scholarship was presented at the school awards ceremony by Kris Heck and Julia Miller, members of Chapter AG. Marley is the daughter of Cody Williams and Riley Olsen and was recommended for this scholarship by Chapter AG of Silver City. Williams has been accepted and will attend the University of Arizona where she has plans to study pre-med beginning this fall.
Silver City writer William Charland has a new novel out, from his alter life in higher education. He entered the field in 1961, while still in graduate school, and left when he retired from a part-time position at Western New Mexico University in 2011.
Girl Scouts and family members helping with setting out the more than 4000 flags at Ft Bayard for Memorial day.
Mary Alice is back, but on slow-mo, trying to catch up with all that didn't get done before she had to leave.
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