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Silver City, New Mexico is located in Grant County. Zip codes in Silver City, NM include 88061, 88062, and 88053. The median home price in Silver City is $204,500 which is roughly $103/per square foot. More Silver City information.

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1 hr ago | Silver City Sun-News

13th annual Red Hot Children's Fiesta brings bugs to life for kids at Silver City's Penny Park

By Sky Klaus Mia Cordova, 6, touches the tortuous shell that was on display by the Albuquerque Bio Park. Mia attends school at Harrison Schmitt Elementary.

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3 hrs ago | The Grant County Beat

On Saturday, MRAC's Pickamania! 2014 brought residents and visitors to Gough Park

Article by Mary Alice Murphy Photos by Mary Alice Murphy and those of performers Courtesy of Sandy Feutz of FeVa Fotos. Saturday brought folks to Gough Park in Silver City for the Mimbres Region Arts Council Pickamania! 2014 version.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

KRQE Albuquerque

KRQE News 13

ALBUQUERQUE - Balloon Fiesta begins in just three weeks, and that means hundreds of thousands of people from out of town descending o SILVER CITY, N.M. - Police are searching for two New Mexico inmates who escaped from the Grant County Detention Center Thursday. Offi ALBUQUERQUE - The Coleman Vision Tennis Tournament returns with qualifying Sunday and the main draw starting Tuesday.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

KOB-TV New Mexico

2 inmates escape from Grant County Detention Center

Grant County authorities confirmed Friday that two inmates escaped from the Grant County Detention Center Thursday night, just after 10 p.m. Adam Martinez and Tyler Cole were allegedly both accounted for during formal inmate count at 9 p.m., then escaped sometime afterward. Administrators at the detention center say they believe the two men removed a panel from the ceiling and climbed up into it.

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* the Silver City Daily Press *

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. The past 70 years have brought major changes to the Daily Press, changes which wereunimaginable to the pioneers who brought the first printing presses and cases of hand-set type toGrant County.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Silver City Sun-News

A somber day of remembering 9/11 victims; two events held in Silver City

Silver City firefighters Paul Ortiz and Anthony Murillo stand in attention before starting the color guard march in WNMU's Sept. 11 memorial.

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KOB-TV

NM firefighters in Socorro to hone rescue and fire control techniques

Firefighters from all over New Mexico, including Red River, Glorieta, Tijeras, and even a few from south of the border, came to the third annual New Mexico Fire and EMS Expo in Socorro Thursday to the learn the proper techniques to rescue the wounded and extinguish dangerous diesel fires that could burn at a moment's notice. "At the academy, we get training opportunities that aren't available in more rural areas around the state," said Silver City firefighter Milo Lambert.

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Silver City Sun-News

Scholarship Endowment created at WNMU

The WNMU Mesilla Valley Alumni Chapter, in Las Cruces, has created a Scholarship Endowment at Western New Mexico University in Silver City. Scholarships will support students from the Rio Grande corridor from TorC to Canutillo, Texas, interested in attending WNMU.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Silver City Sun-News

NM Search and Rescue team find hunter lost in the Gila Wilderness

SILVER CITY >> New Mexico State Police initiated a search and rescue in the Gila National Forest on Tuesday that ended happily. New Mexico Search and Rescue found the lost man, Sam Newton, 27, of Portales, and reunited him with his family, according to a police report.

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Silver City Sun-News

An Alaskan comes to Silver City to remember 911 by honoring those who volunteer in Grant County

By Sky Klaus For the Sun-News Left-to-right: Beau Bassett, Volunteer Center Director of Programs Becca Anderson, Executive Director Alicia Edwards, intern Kelsie Schedel and Food Distribution Manager John Conway. The Volunteer Center accepted the 2014 president's volunteer service gold award, a letter from President Barack Obama and a pin in recognition of their volunteerism and service from Bassett Wednesday.

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Silver City Sun-News

Hanover's water problem still not solved

SILVER CITY >> After more than six months, Hanover is still in a water crisis - and while some financial issues have been resolved, the inability to pump water from Hanover wells is likely to last until the end of the year. With one 500-foot well completely down and a second well only pumping for a couple of hours each day, the Hanover Mutual Domestic Water Consumer Association must pay Bayard $1,300 a month to supply water to 107 houses in Hanover.

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Silver City Sun-News

Remembering 911 victims and first responders at Gough Park

Courtesy photo Part of the 911 memorial in Gough Park last year. The memorial runs from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. today.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Silver City Sun-News

Grant County commissioners welcome new county manager

SILVER CITY >> At Tuesday's Grant County workshop session, Grant County commissioners bid a fond farewell to former Grant County Manager Jon Saari, and welcomed new Manager Charlene Webb. Webb, 43, was county manager for Roosevelt County for 12 years.

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Silver City Sun-News

The art shop shuffle - stores are moving to new locations in downtown Silver City

Raven's Nest owner Jeff Hawley Monday morning. He is excited to be at his new space, which is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday.

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Silver City Sun-News

Reactions to Silver Consolidated's financial woes

SILVER CITY >> During discussion of the Silver Consolidated School District's budget last week, Associate Superintendent Candy Milam revealed the district expects to have just $109,962 in cash reserve in the bank by the end of the school year - far below the recommended reserves, according to an official with the New Mexico Public Education Department. PED recommends school districts hold a minimum of five percent of the budget in reserves, PED public information officer Larry Behrens said in an email.

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Silver City Sun-News

Fundraisers

Friends of the Library quarterly book sale: From 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at Friends of the Library Warehouse, 1510 Market Street. Also from 9-10 a.m. for Friends of the Library members only.

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Pickmania brings bluegrass to Silver City

SILVER CITY >> The Mimbres Region Arts Council is thrilled to announce its line-up for Pickamania! 2014, featuring the critically acclaimed, dulcet-voiced Grammy nominated Sarah Jarosz headlining Saturday and Louisiana's rollicking Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys headlining Sunday. Join once again Sept.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Silver City Sun-News

Three people arrested in multiple shootings in Silver City Saturday morning

SILVER CITY >> A shooting that began at Memory Lane Apartments in the early hours of Saturday morning led to another shooting on Highway 90 South later that morning and, so far, three arrests. A 15-year-old boy who was shot at the apartment was hit in the ankle and airlifted to an El Paso hospital.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Silver City Sun-News

Silver Consolidated School Board presents budget

SILVER CITY >> After a nearly three-hour closed session with union representatives, the Silver Consolidated School board held an open meeting to discuss the school's budget. During the approximately hour-and-a-half budget presentation, a small audience learned $2 million is being spent on technology and technological upgrades.

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Sat Sep 06, 2014

Cal Coast News

Ventura man pleads guilty to $8 million fraud

A Ventura man pleaded guilty Sept. 2 to federal fraud charges for his involvement in an $8 million investment scheme that lured investors with false promises relating to the development of an alternative energy technology, according to federal prosecutors.

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