These releases come from other sources than the Grant County Beat. This category will include events in and news releases from Grant, Catron, Hidalgo and Luna counties.
Volunteers needed at Ft. Bayard National Cemetery for Wreaths Across America retirement on Saturday January 12, 2019 starting at 8:30 am. Volunteers please park outside cemetery gates to leave room for trucks/trailers picking up wreaths on narrow roads inside cemetery.
Please look for volunteer coordinators in orange vests for instructions & assistance. Any flags or ornaments must be taken off wreaths. Red bows must be pulled off wreaths - we will supply black plastic trash bags & a couple of folding chairs for those who want to sit to pull bows. Wreaths need to be taken off graves and put into stacks at corners of roads for loading onto trucks/trailers. Thanking all volunteers in advance for their help.
Friday, Jan. 4
A named male is brandishing a gun in his yard/appears to be under the influence. NMSP and SCPD officers going inside residence/everything is okay.
E. Highway 180/32nd Street Bypass
Two vehicles in roadway. Deputy requested ambulance for 28-year-old male with neck injury.
Accomplished Historian to Keynote Ft. Bayard Historic Preservation Society’s Annual Membership Dinner
The Ft. Bayard Historic Preservation Society will host its annual Membership Dinner on Saturday, January 19. The event will be held at Cross Point Church, located at 11600 Hwy 180 East in Silver City. Doors open at 6 p.m., with dinner at 6:30, program to follow.
The keynote speaker for the event is Dr. Richard Melzer, who will be speaking on Captain Maximiliano Luna, a celebrated member of Theodore Roosevelt’s Rough Riders. Dr. Melzer recently published a biography of Captain Luna, that has won critical acclaim from other historians. According to author Mark Lee Gardner, an expert on the Rough Riders, “Richard Melzer thankfully gives us Luna’s vibrant story for the first time in this thoroughly researched and important biography.” Noted western historian Paul Hutton writes in the book’s introduction, “Maximiliano Luna deserved to be rescued from historical obscurity—his legacy was indeed fortunate to be placed in the talented hands of Richard Melzer.”
Friday, Jan. 4
Caller is getting harassing phone calls from the tenant she is trying to evict.
Fort Bayard Medical Center
Caller advised a 75-year-old male who is confused is there, thinking he is in Silver at the hospital/she has the male’s keys because she is afraid to let him drive. He is awake/alert/breathing normally.
Bayard Police Department
Friday, Jan. 4
101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Officer advised she is using the phone/parks here every other day/everything is okay.
Saturday, Jan. 5
Caller advised her mother is arguing with her and her kids/mother was hitting her earlier/she and her mother are intoxicated. Officers standing by for caller to gather some of her belongings/two juvies in unit/caller going to a residence to stay/clear.
For the week beginning Monday, December 31, 2018 at 8:00 a.m. and ending Monday January 7, 2018 at 8:00 a.m. Officers of the Silver City Police Department responded to 171 calls for service, had 394 self-initiated activity, and made 17 arrest. Of those arrests, 5 was for possession of controlled substance, 0 Possession of drug paraphernalia, 0 DWI, 1 battery on a house hold member, 0 Aggravated assault on a house hold member, and 0 shoplifting.
Included in the above calls for service are 10 alarms, 0 burglaries, 2 fights, 12 domestic disturbances, 4 accidents w/property damage, 16 larcenies, 6 criminal damage to property, 1 criminal trespass, 6 agency assist, 0 loud music, 2 traffic complaints, 0 assaults, 2 battery, 1 narcotics violation, 9 suspicious vehicles, 0 Arson, 0 weapons fired, 2 fraud/embezzlement, 3 disturbances, 3 shoplifting, 2 game and fish, 0 DV Order violation, 0 parking violations, 3 abandoned 911 calls, 8 harassment, 16 welfare checks, 7 animal complaints, 2 civil standby, 2 information complaint, 0 breaking and entering, 1 reckless driver, 3 motorist/citizen assists, 1 abandoned vehicle, 4 unwanted subjects, 6 suspicious persons, 0 identity theft, 0 smoke, 1 civil matter, 24 requests for public service, 0 public assist, 1 criminal trespass warnings, 6 suspicious activity, 16 citizen assists, 6 child exchanges, 0 text harassment, 0 lost property, 1 vehicle burglary, 3 private property crashes, 1 noise complaint, 1 hit and run accidents, 4 vehicle accident no injury, 1 vehicle accident with injury.
The Silver City Museum is pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibition, entitled Ranching in Grant County. This exhibit explores the history, art, social organizations, sports, and culture that surround this rural lifestyle.
The museum will host an opening reception on Friday, February 1, 2019 from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Light refreshments will be served. Admission is free; donations greatly appreciated. The exhibit will be on display through December of 2019.
People have raised livestock in Grant County since long before the county’s founding in 1868, and to this day ranching continues to play an important role in the economy and culture of the region. The exhibit Ranching in Grant County, presents historical photographs, artifacts, and family histories to tell the story of this place and how ranching in Grant County and surroundings has changed over time.
Ranching families immigrating to Grant County brought a diversity of practices, and traditions from Mexico, Texas, California, and the Great Plains, which they combined and adapted to create a ranching culture unique to southwestern New Mexico. Ranching families have been active and creative in expressing their culture and in contributing to their community. The exhibit will showcase distinctive Grant County expressions including the outdoor sport of cowboy polo, local Western musicians, ranch management education and community charity programs.
Those new to providing news releases to the Beat are asked to please check out submission guidelines at http://www.grantcountybeat.com/about/submissions They are for your information to make life easier on the readers, as well as the editor.
Welcome to our new version of classified ads. We invite you our readers to post your own classifieds, which are available for viewing 24/7 and are very reasonable in price. Right now you'll see a classified for mobile home lots for rent.
We have received complaints about large images blocking parts of other articles. If you encounter this problem, click on the title of the article you want to read and it will take you to that article's page, which shows only that article without any intruders. It's a software problem, not easily fixable, other than showing fewer articles per summary page. If you are a frequent visitor, you might not mind fewer articles per page, but if you only come once in a while, you likely want to see more articles to browse. Write me at email@example.com to let me know your feelings on this issue.
Because you are an esteemed member of The Grant County Beat readership, be assured that we at the Beat continue to do everything we can to be in full compliance with GDPR and pertinent US law, so that the information you have chosen to give to us cannot be compromised.
The Beat continues to bring you new columnists.Recent additions include one about end of life options, Compassionate Care.
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.
The Beat totally appreciates its readers and subscribers!
All articles and photos indicated by a byline are copyrighted to the author or photographer. You may not use any information found within the articles without asking permission AND giving attribution to the source. Photos can be requested and may incur a nominal fee for use personally or commercially.
Don't forget to tell advertisers that you saw their ad on the Beat.
Feel free to notify firstname.lastname@example.org, if you notice any problems on the site. Your convenience is my desire for the Beat.
If you subscribe to the Join GCB Three Times Weekly Updates option on the left side of this page, you will be subscribed to email notifications with links to recently posted articles.
It's really easy to check to see if there's a classified ad. Just click on Classifieds in the blue menu and the page will open letting you know if there is a classified ad. Remember that your buying classified ads gives you a wide readership, as well as supporting the Beat. Post YOURS for quick results!
Note that if an article does not have a byline, it was sent to the Beat and written by someone not affiliated with the Beat
Consider the Beat your DAILY newspaper for up-to-date information about Grant County. It's at your fingertips! One Click to Local News.
Thanks for your support for and your readership of Grant County's online news source—www.grantcountybeat.com