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The Republican Party of Grant County recognized Deputy Travis W. Cano this month for his outstanding service to the community. Deputy Cano is assigned to court security where he serves as senior deputy. He has been with the Grant County Sheriff’s Office for seven years and has manned the courthouse station by himself since May of this year due to staffing shortages. Cano was nominated by Sheriff Gomez and received a certificate, challenge coin, and a New Mexico Blue Line pin by Peggy Tavizon and Christine Starr.
PNM is warning customers throughout the state to be on the lookout for phone scams during the week of Christmas. PNM has received reports that scammers are adding a false PNM caller ID or are adding a false 505 prefix on their phone number to get you to answer, duping you into thinking it is legitimate. Once they have you on the phone, the scammer pretends to be with PNM, claims you are behind on your bill, and threatens to disconnect your electricity unless you pay within an hour with a pre-paid card or electronic banking transfer. You are recommended to firmly tell them you will contact PNM directly using the number on your bill, which is 888-DIAL-PNM (888-342-5766) or chat with us at PNM.com.
Tomorrow, the Annual Wreaths Across America Remembrance ceremony will take place at 10:00 A.M. at Fort Bayard National Ceremony. In other community activities tomorrow, at 11:00 A.M., Santa will be escorted by the Hurley Fire Department beginning on Geronimo Street and at 12 noon families are welcome to drive by the Hurley Town Hall at 1010 Cortez Avenue to receive a goodie bag from Santa! Please remain in your vehicle and line up on Cortez Avenue from Chino Street up to Diaz.
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