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Joe Martinez, Supervisor Las Cruces Office & Veterans Service Director for U.S.Congressman Steve Pearce, will visit Silver City on Tuesday - October 23 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm.
Joe will be at the Silver City Grant County Chamber of Commerce office inside the Grant County Conference Center located at 3031 Highway 180 East in Silver City, New Mexico. No appointment is needed. Simply stop by to visit with Joe.
October 28, at 10:00 a.m., 3845 North Swan Street – “Tenuous State”
Bill Charland is a local author of nine books and “Tenuous State” is his third novel. Formerly a careers columnist at the nationally distributed Rocky Mountain News, he wrote extensively for the Christian Science Monitor and served in higher education over a span of 50 years. He entered the field in 1961, while still in graduate school, and left when he retired from a part-time position at Western New Mexico University. Lynda Aiman-Smith will moderate.
This will be a Family Program Sunday and children of all ages are invited to participate. This Sunday, the children will have Halloween fun with arts and crafts.
Monday, Oct. 15
Dollar General – Santa Clara
Deputy advised it is an employee/will be clear.
Walk-in who resides at Lake Roberts has concerns about a named male who has been saying he was going to kill everyone in Lake Roberts. Walk-in was advised that a unit was dispatched in regards to that call last week and is handling the . . .
Bayard Police Department
Monday, Oct. 15
At the trailer park. Officer advised it was just a verbal dispute.
Monday, Oct. 15
Caller advised that a named female is there causing problems and she does not want her on her property any more. Officers had contact and issued the female an indefinite CTW.
A named male is beating on his girlfriend/he had a gun and a knife/disconnected the line. Officers advised out behind Domino’s.
Are you already feeling the stress of the upcoming holidays? Do you dread the “Merry Christmas-Happy Holidays” argument? Are you already persuaded that there aren’t enough hours in the day to do what’s expected of you at Christmas time? Whether you celebrate Christmas as a religious or a social holiday, it doesn’t have to be as stressful as it often is.
Rev. John Cheek, Pastor of First Presbyterian Church will be offering two 1-hour classes on how to have a simple, stress-free (or at least stress-diminished) holiday season. The classes will be on Sunday, November 4 and 11 at 9:00 am each day. All who attend are welcome to remain for Sunday worship, but no one is obligated to.
Please plan to join us. Call us at 575-538-3513 for more information.
Quemado, NM, October 17, 2018—For Immediate Release. The Quemado Ranger District, Gila National Forest plans to begin prescribed burning operations starting the week of October 22. Based on weather conditions prescribed burning could continue thru the end of October.
The area targeted for pile burning is in the area known as Armijo Springs. The area consists of piled activity slash generated from mechanical treatments. Approximately 110 piles covering over 900 acres will be burned.
The Gila Chapter of the Back Country Horsemen of New Mexico meeting is on the second Wednesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. All are welcome - member or not. Each meeting features guest speakers on subjects of interest to all those who use the Gila wilderness.
The meeting is located at WNMU WATTS HALL on the NW Corner of Hwy 180 and Swan opposite the Snappy Mart & CVS Pharmacy – the meeting room is at East end of hallway, 2nd floor. Parking is at the back of the building, off Swan.
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