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During the last regular meeting of the Silver City Consolidated Schools, a Kiwanis Student of the Month was recognized by Kiwanis Division 7 Lt. Governor, Dotty Pfeifer. Cliff High School student, Samantha Jones upon her graduation will have her high school diploma and an associate degree in criminal justice from WNMU. Samantha plans on pursuing a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and then continuing to law school. In addition, Samantha is on the honor roll at both Cliff High School and WNMU. Each Kiwanis Student of the Month is presented with a pin, certificate, Student of the Month bumper sticker, and a MainStreet gift certificate.

Silver Health Care has announced although they are still offering the most accurate PCR COVID-19 test, they will no longer be offering COVID rapid antigen testing. Individuals wishing to receive the rapid COVID test may go to WNMU’s Watts Hall located at 501 East 18th Street, Tuesdays through Saturday from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.

Silver City firefighters gathered together to decorate Downtown Silver City for the holidays. This year the Downtown Arch has been redone with solar powered lights by volunteer, Ward Rudick. According to a news release, Silver City firefighters Lt. O’Neal and firefighter Ortiz climbed to the top of Ladder 1 with assistance from Engineer Griffiths and oversight by Captain Seavers to install the snowflake decoration on the Downtown Arch. The 31st Annual Lighted Christmas Parade will be held this Saturday, November 27th at 7 pm in downtown Silver City. The parade will start at Broadway and Cooper Streets and travel east to Bullard Street and north to College, ending on Pope Street.

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