Monthly Archives: July 2013

Hearing Voices / Ski Szymanski on the
“Quality of Life” Tax Increase

This installment of Hearing Voices features Walter “Ski” Szymanski – retired labor organizer and community activist – with his commentary on the, uh, Quality of Life Tax Increase proposed under a special mail-in election whose ballots are being mailed on 29 … Continue reading

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Community Calendar / 30 July 2013

Tuesday 30 July 2013 CLAY Festival Workshops These multi-day workshops start today – Mata Ortiz Pottery, Wild Harvested Clay for Raised Relief Wall Plasters, Handmade Tile, Build an Adobe Labyrinth / ClayFestival.com (http://clayfestival NULL.com) – jessa@clayfestival.com (jessa null@null clayfestival NULL.com) … Continue reading

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Earth Matters / Ron Henry & Mary Burton Riseley –
El Camino Walk for The Gila

Guests Ron Henry and Mary Burton Riseley will be walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela in Spain in support of preserving the Gila River, New Mexico’s last free-flowing river. Join host Allyson Siwik of Gila Resources Information Project (http://gilaresources … Continue reading

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Hearing Voices / Gordon West on the
“Quality of Life” Tax Increase

This installment of Hearing Voices features Gordon West – local businessman, entrepreneur and the current president of the SW NM Green Chamber of Commerce (http://nmgreenchamber NULL.com/southwest/). Gordon addresses the current Quality of Life Tax Increase proposed under a special mail-in … Continue reading

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GMCR Special Coverage /
WNMU Forum on the
“Quality of Life” Tax Increase

Few things stir popular ire more than tax increases.  However the current proposed “Quality of Life” tax increase may actually stir action and a potential showdown between the entrenched elements of our local economy and an emerging new vision for … Continue reading

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WNMU Forum on the
“Quality of Life” Tax Increase

Hearing Voices / Lynda Aiman-Smith on the
“Quality of Life” Tax Increase

Dr Lynda Aiman-Smith is still a member of the Graduate Faculty of Poole College of Management at North Carolina State University.  However she is a native New Mexican who has finally come back home.  Her areas of expertise are management, … Continue reading

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Back To The Garden / Blythe Whiteley

Welcome to Back To The Garden – GMCR’s newest locally produced program and our very 1st to be broadcast live from our beautiful downtown Silver City studio! Jean Eisenhower is your host and her guest for her maiden voyage is … Continue reading

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Community Calendar / 26 July 2013

Friday 26 July 2013 Gila EDA Roundtable 8am / Join Mayor Marshall, Commissioner Brett Kasten and WNM president Shepard for coffee and treats as well as their  justifications for a permanent tax increase Adobe Dynamics 101 9am – 5pm / … Continue reading

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Community Calendar / 23 July 2013

Tuesday 23 July 2013 Silver City Town Council Meeting 6pm / Grant County Administration Building – 1400 Hwy 180 East / Agenda to be posted at townofsilvercity.org (http://www NULL.townofsilvercity NULL.org/r/agendas_minutes_and_video NULL.php) Vespers in the Celtic Tradition 5:30pm / Good Shepherd … Continue reading

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Earth Matters / A.T. Cole on Cienegas

Named by Spanish explorers, cienegas are riparian marshlands of the Southwest that have almost disappeared from our arid landscape. Our guest on this week’s program is AT Cole, co-owner with his wife, Cinda, of the 11,000 acre Pitchfork Ranch located … Continue reading

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