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June 2nd, 2017: Local Headlines

Here’s a look at today’s headlines: The Office of the Medical Investigator has ruled the death of Walter Biebelle III of San Lorenzo a homicide.  Biebelle was found dead in his home on March 25th.  Molynda Brewer, 43, has been charged with an open count of murder and tampering with evidence.  Brewer told Sheriff’s deputies at the time she thought [...]

Shriner’s Hospital Sweet Onion Sale to be held Saturday, June 3rd, 2017

Shriner's Hospital Sweet Onion Sale On Sat. June 3rd, 2017 at 9:00 AM Grant County Shriners will start supplying the County with “Carzalia Sweet Onions”. These sweet summer onions are a hit year after year, and if you missed out last year, now is your chance to get a couple bags of these sweet onions, imported to Grant County from [...]

Wild, Wild West Pro Rodeo Continues Friday, June 2nd, 2017

It’s time for the Wild, Wild West Pro Rodeo, this weekend in Silver City!  Tonight, it’s the full rodeo, sponsored by Big O Tire of Silver City: team roping, tie-down, broncs, bulls, barrels, and of course – Mutton Bustin. Gates open at 6:30, Mutton Bustin’ sponsored by Circle Heart at 7:30, and PRCA Rodeo starting at 8 pm. NEW THIS [...]

June 1st, 2017: Local Headlines

Here’s a look at today’s headlines: The Baca Fire located 6 miles northeast of Quemado Lake is currently 6,604 acres in size and up to 13% contained.  Yesterday’s rain limited fire spread and gave fire personnel an opportunity to secure the anchor point along the southern containment perimeter near Slaughter Mesa.  Today, fire personnel will resume holding and improving the [...]

Wild, Wild West Pro Rodeo Family Night – Tough Enough to Wear Pink, June 1st, 2017

It’s time for the Wild, Wild West Pro Rodeo, this weekend in Silver City!  Dress strong and head out to the Horseman’s Arena for tonight’s Tough Enough to Wear Pink, sponsored by Snappy Mart Stores.   Everyone is encouraged to wear pink.  It is also Family Night – buy 3 tickets, get the 4th ticket free!  Exceptional Rodeo in the [...]

May 31st, 2017: Local Headlines

Here’s a look at today’s headlines: The Baca Fire on the Quemado Ranger District is currently 5,947 acres and 12% contained.  Fire personnel will continue holding along containment lines and may implement firing operations as needed.  Light precipitation and some lightning was observed in the fire area with chances of precipitation increasing through Thursday.  Fire managers expect air quality to [...]

Wild, Wild West Pro Rodeo Opening Night, May 31st, 2017

It’s time for the Wild, Wild West Pro Rodeo!  Silver City Radio will be at First New Mexico Bank from 11 am to 1 pm today giving out Rodeo tickets, T-shirts, and more.  Tonight, hold on to your saddle and head out for the Boys and the Bulls, sponsored by Freeport McMoRan!  Gates open at 6:30, Mutton Bustin’ sponsored by [...]

May 30th, 2017: Local Headlines

Here’s a look at today’s headlines: The Baca Fire located 6 miles northeast of Quemado Lake has grown in size to 5,588 acres and is currently 12% contained.  A type 3 incident management team is currently in command of the fire.  Yesterday fire personnel initiated the planned aerial firing operation along the southern fire perimeter.  Today, personnel will resume holding [...]

Hidalgo Medical Services Student Health Advisory Committee at Cobre High School Coordinates Engaging “Summer Safety Tips” Community Resource Event

(above photo) Isaiah Soliz encourages fellow Cobre High School students to "spin the wheel" to learn more about the consequences of underage drinking. Silver City, NM (May 26, 2017) –The Hidalgo Medical Services (HMS) Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC) at Cobre High School recently coordinated an engaging day of “Summer Safety Tips” for students and community members. Student activities and dialogues [...]

May 29th, 2017: Local Headlines

Here’s a look at today’s headlines: 052917 The Hidalgo Medical Services Student Health Advisory Council at Cobre High School recently coordinated an engaging day of “Summer Safety Tips” for students and community members.  Student activities and dialogues during the event addressed the consequences of underage drinking, the importance of saying “no” to distracted driving, and how to recognize and speak [...]