Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

A reception took place this evening at Bear Mountain Lodge to showcase Bede Clarke and his works

Four examples highlight his art.











By Mary Alice Murphy

On Tuesday morning, the Community Partnership for Children (CPC), of which Terry Anderson is the coordinator, hosted a breakfast and presentation on shared services by expert Celissa Hoyt of New Hampshire.

The CPC is working on a shared services pilot program for Grant County

By Roger Lanse

Frank Gomez, 51, of Silver City, pleaded not guilty on Monday, July 24, in 6th Judicial District Court, to an April 28, 2017, charge of criminal sexual contact of a minor (force or coercion), a fourth degree felony, according to George Zsoka, Chief Assistant District Attorney. Gomez

By Mary Alice Murphy

In a 19-minute meeting (Commission Chairman Brett Kasten timed it) on Tuesday, July 25, 2017, commissioners approved two financial items.

The first resolution addressed the final quarter financial report for the fiscal year ending June30, 2017.

Financial Officer Linda

Freeport-McMoRan Reports Second-Quarter and Six-Month 2017 Results

To download a PDF of the release, please visit the following link: Freeport-McMoRan Reports Second-Quarter and Six-Month 2017 Results


  • Net income attributable

Photo by Mary Alice Murphy of Anthony Howell beside one of his large format photos. Part of another can be seen behind him.

A public reception took place Monday evening at The Wherehouse on Texas Street south of Broadway.

The recption honored Anthony Howell and his large rock art

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

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At the reception Sunday evening at Finn's Gallery for the 2017 Clay Festival Juried Show, juror Diego Valles of Mata Ortiz, Chihuahua, Mexico, congratulated event founder and director, Lee Gruber, and her team for "putting on such a great

By Roger Lanse

At its Tuesday, July 25, meeting, the Silver City Town Council approved a resolution rescinding an earlier resolution passed by council which raised property tax rates in the town by one mill. Town Manager Alex Brown explained that the earlier measure was passed in case the state

Live from Silver City

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