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  1. Town establishes a Green Community ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | The Grant County Beat

    Mark Valenzuela and Neal Skiver from the Santa Fe investment banking firm of George K. Baum & Company explained how the town could invest in renewable energy financing in reference to implementing a Green Community Program and other qualified conservation projects. Valenzuela told the council that "we can get financing for you for 20 years at 1 percent."


  2. Silver School Board discusses restructuring of meetings; hears budget reportRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | The Grant County Beat

    Silver School Board began its April 21 meeting at 6:p.m. Tuesday, not opening with the work session at 5 as in the past. All board members were present: Chris Arvidson, Arnold Torres, Tony Egan, Mike McMillan and Frances Vasquez, board president.


  3. Fort Bliss and Fort Bayard cemeteries director updates veteransRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | The Grant County Beat

    Ame Callahan, the director of the Fort Bliss and Fort Bayard national cemeteries, gave an update on the status of the Fort Bayard cemetery to a group of veterans gathered at the American Legion Post 18 on Tuesday afternoon. She gave a brief history overview of the national cemeteries, overseen by the National Cemetery Administration.


  4. Notable NM Artist Establishes WNMU Lecture Series with $50,000 DonationRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2015 | The Grant County Beat

    A longtime artist and philanthropist has gifted a $50,000 contribution to the Western New Mexico University Foundation to establish an artist lecture series, promoting women in the arts. The Edwina and Charles Milner Artist Lecture Series is slated to begin in September 2015.


  5. SC-GC Chamber holds monthly luncheon, hears about tax system in NMRead the original story

    Feb 6, 2015 | The Grant County Beat

    At the monthly Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce networking luncheon, Cynthia Bettison, town councilor and Western New Mexico University Museum director, as well as a Prospector for Grant County, gave a report on the Prospectors' recent Grant County Day on Jan. 28, at the legislative session. "We met with the leadership of the House and the Senate, as well as with the governor's folks, the new attorney general, new treasurer and new auditor," Bettison reported.


  6. Wednesday was Grant County Day in Santa FeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 28, 2015 | The Grant County Beat

    Members of the Prospectors, who advocate for Grant County each year and throughout the year with legislators, were in evidence at the Roundhouse on Wednesday. With meetings set up to talk to various cabinet secretaries, the governor, and other state officials, the Prospectors worked on their primary areas of concern, listed in the brochure they handed out to legislators.


  7. Sen. Howie Morales states legislative prioritiesRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2015 | The Grant County Beat

    In a brief visit late last week with Sen. Howie Morales, the Grant County Beat heard his main priorities for this 2015 60-day legislative session. "As always, we want to accomplish a balanced budget," Morales said.


  8. SmartAsset places Silver City as No. 1 Best Place to Retire in New MexicoRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2015 | The Grant County Beat

    According to , Silver City is the No. 1 Best Place to Retire in New Mexico.


  9. Gila/San Francisco Water Commission considers two resolutions, part 1Read the original story

    Dec 16, 2014 | The Grant County Beat

    "You have an agenda item to send a specific request to be the CAP entity for the Arizona Water Settlements Act," Siwik said. "I have several questions."


  10. SWCCA meets and tables resolutionsRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2014 | The Grant County Beat

    The Southwestern County Commission Alliance members met in a short meeting today, Monday, Dec. 15, 2014, to hear public input and address two resolutions. "I want to comment on the resolution the Travel Management Plan," Kaminski said.


  11. WNMU Regents Raise TuitionRead the original story

    Dec 12, 2014 | The Grant County Beat

    The first item of business was to review the date for the next meeting. The regents annually meet in Santa Fe during the legislative session.


  12. Prospectors Legislative Communication Forum held Dec. 2, part 8Read the original story

    Dec 8, 2014 | The Grant County Beat

    "I want to talk about the great things happening at GRMC and our challenges," Cunningham said. "Our mission and vision are not just words on a page.


  13. Prospectors Legislative Communication Forum held Dec. 2, part 2Read the original story

    Dec 4, 2014 | The Grant County Beat

    After thanking the legislators for hearing their needs and requests, Gutierrez said: "Our No. 1 priority is the continuum of care substance abuse treatment facility, which Commissioner Ron Hall and GRMC Project Development's Susie Trujillo have been working on diligently.


  14. Prospectors Legislative Communication Forum held Dec. 2, part 1Read the original story

    Dec 3, 2014 | The Grant County Beat

    Terry Anderson, Prospectors president, welcomed the legislators and the audience. "I would like to give a brief overview of our history.


  15. Winners named in local legislative races, statewide and federal racesRead the original story

    Nov 5, 2014 | The Grant County Beat

    In District 32 of the New Mexico House of Representatives, in which a tiny portion of Grant County lies, incumbent Democrat Dona G. Irwin retained her seat with 3, 244 votes to her Republican challenger Tom Bill Black's 2,859. In District 38, Republican incumbent Dianne Hamilton will return to the House next January, by receiving 5,572 votes to Democrat Terry D. Fortenberry's 4,065.


  16. Lt. Gov. Sanchez Visits Grant CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2014 | The Grant County Beat

    Above, Candidates, back row, from left, Lucy Whitmarsh , Lt. Gov. Sanchez, John Zimmerman, and front row, from left, Dianne Hamilton, Ray Tavizon, and Aubrey Dunn, pose for a group photo.


  17. Silver City Town Council hears proposal for radio-read water metersRead the original story

    Oct 29, 2014 | The Grant County Beat

    The Silver City Town Council at its Tuesday, Oct. 28 meeting heard a presentation by Scott Griffith, Senior Sales Executive of the Yearout Energy Services Company of Albuquerque in reference to replacing all the water meters in the town with a radio-read meter system, which can be read by meter readers driving by and accessing a radio signal emitted by the meter. All the town's meters could be read in a single day by the town's four meter readers with the new system, Griffith said, while it takes two weeks today.


  18. Silver City Town Council changes and reviews ordinancesRead the original story

    Oct 15, 2014 | The Grant County Beat

    At its Tuesday, Oct. 14 meeting, the Silver City Town Council approved an ordinance which repeals certain sections of the Uniform Traffic Code in reference to penalties assessed to motorists caught driving while texting. The UTO gives judges the discretion to fine a person guilty of texting while driving, anywhere from $0 to $500 with increasing penalties for repeat offenses.


  19. Gila EDA Roundtable 091914 heard community reports and announcementsRead the original story

    Sep 23, 2014 | The Grant County Beat

    County Commission Chairman Brett Kasten said he and others have met with four or five air carriers, including the present one, for the essential air service to the county airport. "Great Lakes would bump up to two flights a day; Mokulele Airlines would offer three flights a day; Pacific Wings, two flights; and Boutique Air, four times a day.


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