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This discussion will be moderated by Cindy Provencio, Miller Library Program Manager of Operations and Special Events, whose Masters thesis is titled "Racial Segregation and Discrimination in Grant Co NM: A comprehensive examination through the lens of intersectional assemblage theory." Panelists will include local Hispanics who encountered racial discrimination and segregation. Much of the institutional segregation in schools and housing in Grant County officially ended over the course of the 1950s, but the effects have lasted. This conversation will be an opportunity to learn, share, and reflect on how far the community has come and what we can all do moving forward to heal and connect with each other.
Silver City, NM (September 13, 2017) – As of September 29, the HMS Mimbres Valley Clinic will be open every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00am to 6:00pm (closed between 12:00noon and 1:00pm).
This change reflects an increase in open hours for the community that HMS serves. Please call (575) 536- 3990 today to learn more about the new clinic hours or to schedule your family’s appointment at the HMS Mimbres Valley Clinic.
Why should people attend Chamber of Commerce events?
If you are business person, these events are a good networking opportunity. Bring your business cards, wear a shirt with your company logo on it, or maybe wear a name badge that has the company name and your name on it. You see, the whole idea is to meet more people, tell them what you do… and possibly create a new customer base from these events. If you are simply a member of the community, these events are a great way to learn about the services of the new business or meet the staff of the business. Sometimes they are snacks and giveaway prizes. But the main reason it is good to attend is to learn how this new business can be useful to meeting your needs.
“Geronimo Trail National Scenic Byway”
(Mile Post 5 to 5.6)
Hanover: The New Mexico Department of Transportation District One office (NMDOT) has posted an alert for Friday September 15, 2017:
Sept. 17 at 10 am, 3845 North Swan Street – "Keeping Your Head above Water When the World is Going Crazy" People often have difficulty taking care of themselves because they are so aware of events in the world, and they desire to help, that they neglect their own well-being. Reverend Carole Czujko will talk about the balance of being able to help others more by keeping ourselves healthy. Reverend Czujko is a semi-retired Unitarian Universalist minister who has served congregations in California and New Mexico. Although this is not a Family Program Sunday, there will be childcare available for parents who would like to attend. There will be coffee and conversation after the service, and visitors are welcome. If you'd like to find out more about the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Silver City, email email@example.com or visit our website at www.uufsc.com.
When: Saturday, September 16, 2017
10 am to 12 noon
Where: The Commons: 501 E. 13th Street, Silver City (behind the Knights of Columbus off Swan St)
The Seed Library round table discussion continues at The Commons (aka The Volunteer Center) where we have a garden to learn from!
Participants will receive lots of local insights about how to grow food through our cold season.
Grant County Federated Republican Women will meet on Wednesday, September 20, at WNMU Cafeteria in the Sunset Room, at 11:30 a.m. Amy Wagner, the new Executive Director of the Gospel Mission, will speak. A hot buffet lunch will be served for a cost of $10. Members are encouraged to bring canned items for the mission or for care packages to be mailed to our military overseas. Visitors are welcome.
Bayard Police Department
Friday, Sept. 8
Bayard – 9:20 a.m.
Caller advised that she was involved in a domestic at a Pearl Street address yesterday, but she didn’t report it, just left for her safety. Advised her partner pulled a knife on her.
Pearl Street – 3 p.m.
Caller advised that a named female is there now.
Saturday, Sept. 9
N. East Street
Caller advised that a named male is intoxicated and sitting on the front steps/an elderly female lives there alone/she told caller to call police anytime the male is seen.
Sunday, Sept. 10
Cobre High School
15-year-old male sitting outside the cafeteria waiting for a ride. Officer advised clear/juvi was picked up.
N. East Street
Caller advised that a male is breaking car windows and fighting with people outside. Officer advised units clear/he was damaging his own vehicle in reference to his mother dying and freaking out.
Hurley Police Department
Sunday, Sept. 10
Breaking and entering
Caller advised that someone tried to enter into the back sliding door of his mobile home. Officer set up patrol for the next month.
Santa Clara Police Department
Saturday, Sept. 9
Caller advised that some kids are trying to damage some of the items there.
Sunday, Sept. 10
W. Oak Street – 1:23 a.m.
A named individual is there causing problems.
W. Oak Street – 2:12 a.m.
Caller called back advising that the named individual is back at her residence. Officer advised en route to pick him up.
Catarena Court – 8:30 a.m.
Caller called on 911, advised of her address, then disconnected the line. Officer made contact with caller on callback who advised she is locked in her room and her husband does not feed her/she does not have food/he does not get her medicine. Officer requested ambulance for a 79-year-old female on oxygen/alert/bad headaches on and off behind ear and down to her neck.
N. Mineral Street
Everything is okay.
Catarena Court – 5:15 p.m.
Female went home with her husband and caller is concerned because the female was thinking about going to El Refugio. Officer advised everything is okay.
N. James and W. Cactus streets
Caller advised that a possibly intoxicated male is throwing things at him. Officer advised en route.
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