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The Silver City Daily Press was born June 25, 1935, when the Independent - our weekly predecessor - determined it was time to grow - along with Grant County, its people and its advertisers.
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By Susan Dunlap - Sun-News The Tamal Fiesta y Mas on Broadway Saturday attracted a crowd of more than 1,000 people.
By Susan Dunlap - Sun-News Consuela Hester leads tamale-making class at the Silver City Museum Saturday.
A couple with deep roots in the Verde Valley have been killed in a train derailment in Southern New Mexico.
The Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce held its monthly luncheon to bring members together.
Sun-News file photo. Manuel Lozoya, owner of Masa y Mas, shows off a pot of his award-winning tamales before last year's fiesta.
A roadway advisory has been posted for NM-90 from mm 10 near Lordsburg to Silver City, NM.
SILVER CITY, N.M. >> Western New Mexico University will confer degrees and certificates to 219 students at the fall commencement ceremony scheduled for 2:30 p.m., Friday, Dec. 13, in the Fine Arts Center Theater.
Light Up a Life - Memorial Tree Lighting Ceremony: 5:30 to 6 p.m. today, Gila Regional Medical Center Front Canopy, 1313 E. 32nd St. Brown Bag: 12 to 1 p.m. today, Silver City Museum Annex, 302 W. Broadway.
Courtesy photo The holiday spirit was shared by participants and onlookers at last year's Kiwanis Gazebo Lighting and "Sing-Off."
Courtesy photo Jeff Goin and Kathleen Wigley of Single Socks join the Lunch Bunch at Aldo Leopold High School.
By Susan Dunlap - Sun-News Volunteers, staff, and coordinators stand with the AIDS Memorial Quilts on display from 12 to 8 p.m. today at WNMU's Fine Arts Center.
John McCormick, general manager of the railroad, said the deceased are SWRR employees D.A. White, 38, of Silver City, and Steve Crose, 60, originally from Paulden, Ariz., and an unnamed female whose identity was being withheld According to an official source, the eight-car train carrying magnesite to Deming was traveling south at an abnormally high ... (more)