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  1. County taps HMS to run senior programRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 22 |

    Senior centers and programs in Grant County will soon see new management, after years of the Grant County government operating them, following a decision at a County Commission meeting on Thursday. The commission agreed to relinquish the senior programs to Hidalgo Medical Services.


  2. Santa Clara board decides against moving city hallRead the original story

    Monday Oct 17 |

    The Santa Clara Board of Trustees voted Thursday to keep all village operations where they are for the time being after a group of residents spoke out against a rumored move. The Committee to Save City Hall, headed by Anthony Romero and Johnny Benavidez, spoke to the board about all the setbacks for residents if all or a part of the village hall operations were to be moved.


  3. Silver super candidates announcedRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 8 |

    The Silver Consolidated Schools Board of Education convened Thursday evening in a special meeting to narrow the candidates for the superintendent's position.


  4. Regional water project close to completing first wellRead the original story

    Sep 16, 2016 |

    The Grant County regional water distribution project is making steady progress and the Grant County Water Commission expects their first well will soon be completed. The project has been underway for at least 10 years and is intended to relieve the town of Hurley from a serious water problem coming down the pipeline - the expiration of their contract with current water providers Freeport-McMoRan.


  5. 12Read the original story

    Sep 12, 2016 |

    Summer has come and gone, and although Santa Clara's Roger T. Silva Splash Park has still not been completed, village officials hope to host a ribbon-cutting .. A long-needed repair is finally moving forward in Hurley after staffers and town councilors received word that full funding has been awarded for a project ..


  6. Tax hike for hospital on ballotRead the original story

    Aug 19, 2016 |

    Voters will decide whether or not to help Gila Regional Medical Center out of a financial rut via a four mill levy question to be placed on November's general election ballot, after a decision by the Grant County Commission on Thursday. Hospital officials decided to pursue the tax because they are facing a $5 million shortfall from which they are struggling to recover.


  7. Continue readingRead the original story

    Aug 6, 2016 |

    Amid nationwide criticism of the way the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs carries out its charge of caring for veterans of the nation's Armed Forces, representatives of the New Mexico Department of Veterans' Services visited the National Guard Armory in Santa Clara on Friday, seeking to help those who have had problems with the VA. State officials were on hand in a packed room in the armory to talk through problems for veterans seeking health care, answer questions and explain the new Choice Program for rural veterans.


  8. Mining District car chase last week ends in arrestRead the original story

    Jul 27, 2016 |

    Grant County sheriff's deputies arrested Silver City resident Andres Vigil on July 20 after he led deputies on a high-speed chase ending in Santa Clara. According to a report written by Deputy Manuel Maldonado, he initially caught Vigil, 24, driving six miles an hour over the speed limit on Racetrack Road in Arenas Valley.


  9. County pulls together for cancer-stricken officerJuly 25th, 2016Read the original story

    Jul 25, 2016 |

    Brenton Gore, a high school classmate of Silver City Police Officer Efran Canas', heads off with his wife, Angel Gore, on a scavenger hunt bike run Saturday to support Canas' cancer recovery. When more than 80 motorcycles and riders roared out of Santa Clara on Saturday, they were powered by more than just gasoline.


  10. Plan: Forest Service could be Fort Bayard anchor tenantRead the original story

    Jul 8, 2016 |

    The village of Santa Clara has ramped up its efforts to revamp its historic neighbor, Fort Bayard, with a conceptual plan that would bring the site into the village's fold. At a presentation to a full National Guard Armory gym Wednesday night, Santa Clara Mayor Richard Bauch and consultants outlined the pitch they will make to Gov. Susana Martinez at a meeting later this month.


  11. Homicide case still open in Santa ClaraRead the original story

    Jun 11, 2016 |

    Nearly two months have passed since Grant County sheriff's deputies began investigating a homicide in Santa Clara. To date, no one has been charged with any crime - if anyone ever will be at all.


  12. TV reporter surprises Central class, motherJune 6th, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2016 |

    Angelica Carrillo's first-grade class at Central Elementary School got quite the surprise May 20 when Carrillo's daughter, Tucson television station KOLD field reporter Angelica Carrillo, showed up to speak about journalism to a class that had been practicing being reporters all semester. The whole thing was planned by Angelica Carrillo Sr.'s principal, Daena Davis, and her husband, Cobre Consolidated Schools Associate Superintendent Jose Carrillo.


  13. 16Read the original story

    Apr 16, 2016 |

    The Grant County Sheriff's Department found a key witness, Cheyenne Zuniga, Friday, who could help clear the air in Wednesday's Santa Clara homicide .. The first person to thru-hike the 2,000-mile Appalachian Trail did it aiming to "walk off the war" in 1948.


  14. 15Read the original story

    Apr 15, 2016 |

    Silver City is the gateway to another weekend of fun at the second annual Continental Divide Trail Days from Friday through Sunday. The event will feature ..


  15. Senior Olympics opening ceremonies set SaturdayApril 13th, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2016 |

    Although events in the 2016 Senior Olympics in Grant County are already underway, there is plenty yet to come for those looking to participate, including the opening ceremonies at Fox Field at 9 a.m. Saturday. Senior Olympics of Grant County board President Fred Baca said although the events began at the end of March, there is still plenty of time for participants to sign up for events continuing through May. However, Baca said that his group's status as the new hosting organization has caused some scheduling issues.


  16. MarRead the original story

    Apr 1, 2016 |

    The lane closure on the newly reconstructed Highway 90/Hudson Street bridge won't be around long, according to the New Mexico Department of Transportation .. As the New Mexico sun warms Silver City this spring, some residents are looking to harness that energy.


  17. Two towns here tops for safetyRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2016 |

    Earlier this month, a security website named Grant County municipalities Bayard and Santa Clara as two of the top 20 safest towns in New Mexico. SafeWise, a home security, safety advisory and safety analysis website, analyzed the most recent fully completed FBI Uniform Crime Report, from 2014, to highlight the safest cities throughout the nation.


  18. 30Read the original story

    Mar 30, 2016 |

    The lane closure on the newly reconstructed Highway 90/Hudson Street bridge won't be around long, according to the New Mexico Department of Transportation .. As the New Mexico sun warms Silver City this spring, some residents are looking to harness that energy.


  19. Continue readingRead the original story

    Mar 15, 2016 |

    The Bayard Town Council approved and announced an emergency expenditure freeze for future projects due to a cut in state funding at their regular meeting on Monday. Bayard generally depends, in part, on a Small Cities Assistance Fund from the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration.


  20. Area funds largely spared by Gov.a s penRead the original story

    Mar 11, 2016 |

    Gov. Susana Martinez has signed off on many of the Legislature's 2016 capital outlay projects, approving $1,226,000 for projects across Grant County. Martinez vetoed only one of the 12 projects selected for funding by the county's three legislators, putting Grant among the winningest of the state's counties.


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