Bruce Ashburn, community liaison for PNM s southwestern service area, presents an $800 check to Faye McCalmont, executive director of the Mimbres Region Arts Council, to help sponsor the Silver City Blues Festival held this weekend in Gough Park.
A 5K walk/run and an 8-mile run. Race fee is $15, Additional $10 for T-shirts. Same day registration is $25. Bike Works Community Bike Ride, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
A pedestrian was hit by a car just before 3 p.m. Thursday at the busy intersection of Hudson and Broadway at the entrance to downtown Silver City.
Downtown Silver City. Tickets $12. 575-538-2505, www.mimbresarts.org or at the door at the Buffalo Dance Hall.
It's not surprising. From the beginning, he was one of the governor's most dubious appointees - a businessman and campaign contributor who ponied up $16,000. The governor promised that business people would have "a friend and an ally" in Dennis, a self-made man who founded and grew DKD Electric Co.
Grant County commissioners proclaimed June 1 as National Trails Day. Three people were on hand to receive and promote the day in Grant County.
A one-car accident occurred at approximately 7:34 a.m. Tuesday, May 21, just south of the intersection of Ridge Road and New Mexico 90 South.
WNMU recently revived an old tradition and inducted five students into the Student Hall of Fame.
A Deming couple has donated a collection of research materials on 1st Lt. Charles Gatewood of the 6th U.S. Calvary, to the Silver City Public Library .
There is a large population of hippies in New Mexico. They are alternative, creative and idealistic, ranging in age from 20 to 80, and all with a similar scent, philosophy and life experience.
In northern New Mexico, La Bajada is the hill to remember. Down south, that honor falls to the towering heights of Emory Pass.
Situation: Crews from Silver City, VFDs and the US Forest Service are responding to a fire on McKenny Road near the old Quail Ridge Fire area near Silver City.
Situation: Crews are making good progress against the McKenny Fire, which has grown to approximately 200 acres.
The trial of an Albuquerque youth charged with murder in the shooting death of his father on a southwestern New Mexico hunting trip is being delayed.
It's not surprising. From the beginning, he was one of the governor's most dubious appointees a businessman and campaign contributor who ponied up $16,000. The governor promised that business people would have "a friend and an ally" in Dennis, a self-made man who founded and grew DKD Electric Co.