Here’s a look at some local news brought to you by Silver City Radio.

Silver City families are reminded to register their Pre-K children for the 2022-23 school year. Go to the district website online. Once the link is opened, follow the prompts for the registration of new students. Make sure to review all the required documents needed as the must be uploaded at the time of registration to ensure that the registration process is completed. Families needing a computer to register can have access by visiting the registration department located at 2570 North Silver Street.

The U.S Forest Service-Gila National Forest has announced the release of the Black Post-Fire Burned Area Emergency Response Assessment Report. This report gives in depth data on fire background, soil testing, geology and hydrology, effects on vegetation, roads, bridges, recreational areas, wildlife and fisheries. As per the report, “treatment recommendations must undergo an internal review at the local Forest Service Supervisor’s Office, Regional Office, and Washington Office, depending upon total treatment funding amounts.” Some of the recommendations include posting closure and hazard warning signs to inform the public of post-wildfire dangers existing in the burn area, and the implementation the hillslope treatment of seeding to reduce adverse consequences from the fire effecting water quality of waterways. The link to the report can be found on the U.S Forest Service-Gila National Forest Facebook page or by visiting

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and the New Mexico Department of Transportation will be holding an Infrastructure Expansion Announcement for the upcoming 4-way safety improvement project on U.S Highway 180 this Thursday, July 28th at 8:00 A.M. The event will be held at the intersection of US 180 and Carrasco Avenue in front of the Gateway Café in Hurley. Due to uneven terrain and loose gravel, please wear proper footwear.

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