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The race began in 1967 when WNMU students needed something to do on campus. "They were bored one semester and wanted to do something fun,"... [Read More]
Last week's tourism town hall illustrated that Silver City is doing a few things right when it comes to marketing itself. Tourism leaders from the... [Read More]
As the Grant County Commission continues its ongoing exploration of options for Gila Regional Medical Center's future, hospital administrators unpacked the $8 million windfall they... [Read More]
Last week, April 8 through 14, was National Crime Victims Rights Week. In honor of this, the Sixth Judicial District Attorney's Office, El Refugio, and... [Read More]
Democratic candidates for the offices of Grant County sheriff, probate judge, and magistrate judge all touted their experience at a candidate forum at Western New... [Read More]
Ahead of their races that began today, several teams of cyclists in town for the 32nd annual Tour of the Gila took the time to... [Read More]
The amount of public input the Grant County Commission includes in its upcoming decision over the future ownership of Gila Regional Medical Center is entirely... [Read More]
The Silver Consolidated Schools Board of Education is continuing the effort to bring armed security guards to the district's campuses, according to an update presented... [Read More]
Sustainable energy consultants from the global Engie Group attended a work session of the Grant County Commission on Tuesday to present their plan to provide... [Read More]
(Press Staff Photo by C.P. Thompson)Louie Terrazas holds onto a female foal, the youngest, while the other gets milk from Canela in Arenas Valley on... [Read More]
Predictions for a serious fire season on the Gila National Forest continue to escalate, as dry, hot winds continue from the west. Forest personnel have... [Read More]
Longtime and current Hurley Municipal Court Judge David Ramos has removed himself from the Democratic primary race for Grant County probate judge, after learning that... [Read More]
The first financial statements filed with the New Mexico Secretary of State's Office by candidates for this year's county and state races show hundreds of... [Read More]
Neighboring residents of the N.M. 15 construction gave their feedback on the project during last Wednesday night's meeting organized by the New Mexico Department of... [Read More]
(Press Staff Photo by Christine Steele)Tutsi genocide survivor and human rights activist Rose Mapendo chooses ceramic bones from a pile to place in the meadow... [Read More]