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ACE Hardware RSOn Saturday - June 17, Mountain Ridge Ace Hardware celebrated their 10-year Anniversary with a great event in the parking lot that included a ribbon cutting ceremony, a car show that included the "Batmobile" and other Star Cars, there were free hamburgers, jump balloon houses and more. Cutting the ribbon is store owner Ben Sine along with store manager Miguel Treviso. They are surrounded by family, friends, employees and customers. Silver City Mayor Ken Ladner and Chamber of Commerce Board Member Sabrina Pack are shown holding the ribbon.

Odocha Clinic ribbon RSOpen House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony held on Friday - June 16. The new office is located at 1302-A East 32nd Street in Silver City, NM

tranquil skies ribbon RSOpen House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony held on Thursday - June 15. The facility is located at 1318 East 32nd Street in Silver City, NM


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May 2017 Round Up RSThe Silver City Food Co-op's May Round Up recipient was The Bikeworks. Our members and customers generously donated $1,725.50 to this organization in May.

Oni Ken Orange June 12 RSOni Ken Karate announces our new Orange Belts. Left to Right: Sensei Chad Petty, Sensei Chelsea Been, Janis Garner, Michael Hernandez, Alan Chavira, Sensei Trent Petty and Quinn Leahy not shown.

Oni Ken June 12 RSOni Ken Karate is proud to announce our newest Blue Belt & Yellow Belt promotions. Left to right: Sensei Chelsea Been, Tyler Peterson, Seferino Hughes, Isaac Gonzales, Owen Chitwood, Sensei Trent Petty, and Sensei Chad Petty.

Southern Sky Landscaping RSThe ribbon cutting was held on Friday - June 9 at 10:00 a.m. The ribbon is being cut by owner Jeramie Carrillo while Grant County Commissioner Harry Browne and Chamber of Commerce Board Member Dan Cook hold the ribbon.

Southern Sky Landscaping is located on Truck By-Pass Road at Silver City, New Mexico. The phone number is (575) 313-9927

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