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Monday, Sept. 10
Stolen motor vehicle
S. Bear Creek Road – Gila
Caller advised she noticed her green Honda Rancher is gone and saw it in front of a redacted location. Caller requested a standby to retrieve her 4-wheeler. Deputy had contact.
W/ Highway 180 – Cliff
Monday, Sept. 10
La Plata Middle School
School was broken into as well as principal’s office/different items were taken.
Silver High School
Two students battered another student/negative on needing medical attention. Officer was advised
WASHINGTON — Declaring that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) was "doing the right thing," VA officials announced an approximately $500,000 settlement Sept. 12 of a disability compensation claim dating back to 1961, which involved a 93-year-old World War II Veteran from New Mexico.
The case, Archuleta v. Wilkie (Docket No. 17-1404), filed in the U. S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, focused on a Women's Army Corps Veteran, Josephine T. Archuleta, who was denied entitlement for disability compensation tied to service connection for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from a claim she originally filed in 1961.
Basic Function: The Grant County Strengthening Families Program utilizes the award-winning Strengthening Families curriculum. Participating families learn how to improve communication skills, develop effective conflict resolution techniques, set goals and establish family meetings. The SFP Facilitator services include but are not limited to facilitating parent groups for parents and youth, follow up with parents to assure they are achieving group objectives, and conducting program evaluations.
Grant County Federated Republican Women will meet on Wednesday, September 19, at 11:30 a.m. at WNMU Cafeteria. Ray Tavizon, candidate for GrantCounty Sheriff will speak. Other candidates will also be present to meet and greet. A buffet lunch will be available for only $10. All Grant County voters, men or women are welcome!
Please bring a friend to hear Grant County's best choice for Sheriff. Crime and drugs are rampant in this county and we need a sheriff that is honest and will do his best to get criminals off the street and out of our back yards. Let's give Ray our support by bringing voters to hear what he has to say!
CREATIVE WRITING GROUP
The Southwest Festival of the Written Word and WNMU are happy to offer
a Creative Writing Group on the second and fourth Tuesdays of September,
October, and November, 2018.
Dates: September 25; October 9, 23; November 13, 27.
Time: 6:00–8:30 p.m.
Venue: Kennedy Puentes Room, Miller Library, WNMU.
Genre: creative writing including short stories, poetry, novel extracts,
narrative non-fiction, hybrid.
Bring: 8–12 copies of your work.
No commitment required to attend all sessions. No sign-up required.
Simply show up. For inquiries, write to email@example.com.
This weekend's Featured Artists of the Grant County Art Guild at the historic Hearst Church Gallery in Pinos Altos, just up Highway 15 from Silver City are: Paula Kopenec (Friday), Ann Nace (Saturday), and Sally Barnes (Sunday).
Paula crafts stunning jewelry à la Kumihimo style. Kumihimo is a Japanese form of braid-making. Cords and ribbons are made by interlacing strands. Kumi himo is Japanese for "gathered threads". Paula uses thread, beads, and decorative buttons as closures on her necklaces and bracelets. Come check out her lovely beaded earrings, too. Paula also creates artistic collages with colorful graphic designs combined with scripture in elegant typeface.
Widowed and Single Persons of Grant County monthly meeting is Monday, October 8, 2018, 10:30 am at Cross Point Assembly of God Church, 11600 Hwy 180 E. Speakers will be Jan and Rev. Dale Reese "Traveling in Africa". Cost for lunch is $12. All singles are welcome. For information call 575-537-3643.
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The Beat has a column for you gardeners out there. The Grant County Extension Service will bring you monthly columns on gardening issues. The first one posted is on Winterizing your houseplants and patio plants.
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