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By Danna Lopez

The Silver School Board met on Tuesday, July 18 with President Mike McMillan calling the special meeting to order at 5:32 p.m. All members were in attendance in the Administration Building board room: McMillan, Silver Consolidated Schools Superintendent Audie Brown, Board Members

By Roger Lanse

UPDATE:

Warrants for the arrest of four individuals involved in the Sunday, July 9, fire at the Silver City impound lot on Market Street, were issued by Magistrate Court on Thursday, July 13. The four individuals, all of Silver City, are Mario Barragan, 44; John Grimes, 39; Jose

The 2017 State 4-H Conference was held in Las Cruces July 10-13 where top youth from around the state attend to have fun, participate in workshops and compete in 4-H contests. Grant County 4-H came home with a State Championship and several high point individuals. While at the conference youth

By Mary Alice Murphy

The official maximum capacity of 155 in the Grant County Administration Center Commissioners’ Room almost reached its limit Monday afternoon. Gila Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees Chairman Jeremiah Garcia noted at the beginning of the meeting that only 18 more people

ROAD ADVISORY:
LANE CLOSURE – SILVER CITY AREA
US 180 both eastbound and westbound passing lane (left) from mile post 114 - 115 will be closed intermittently due to surveying crews. Motorists are asked to reduce speed, obey posted signs, and use extreme caution. Closure will be lifted approximately

By Roger Lanse

The Silver City Town Council awarded $180,000 to ten applicants from 2017 Lodgers' Tax funds. According to town staff, the amount recommended by the Lodgers' Tax Advisory Board on its June 14, 2017 informational sheet is the amount awarded.

The Gila River Festival received $3,000

By Roger Lanse

On Friday, July 14, a few minutes after 7 p.m., Grand County Sheriff's Department deputies were dispatched to 52 Yucca Valley Drive in Arenas Valley in reference to a burglary. Upon arriving at the residence, a deputy met a Santa Clara police officer, according to a police document

Editor's Note: This is a very brief update on the decisions made at the Monday, July 17, 2017, emergency meeting of the GRMC Board of Trustees. A much more comprehensive article will follow later on Tuesday.

By Mary Alice Murphy

The emergency meeting of the Board of Trustees of Gila Regional

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