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Monthly Archives: March 2014
Friday 14 March 2014 Southwest Regional Non-Profit Resource Conference 7:30am – Registration / 8:30am – 3:45pm Conference / Grant County Business & Conference Ctr – 3031 Hwy 180 East / Better, Stronger, Together: Uniting the Non-Profit Sector / Workshops, networking and … Continue reading
Winner of multiple folk music awards, “Mobetta Loretta” Chacon is great-niece of Juan Chacon, the leader of the famous mine strike who later played himself in “Salt of the Earth,” the only blacklisted movie in America. This Thursday, Loretta’s coming out from southern … Continue reading
Tuesday 11 March 2014 Grant County Commission Work Session 9am / Grant County Admin Center – 1400 Hwy 180 East / Tire derived fuel presentation and County reports Silver City Rotary Club Luncheon Noon / WNMU Student Memorial Building – … Continue reading
We hope you enjoyed the International Women’s Day program. Almost all women singers except that Peter White and Ken played fiddles during the live part of the show, but Jeanie played guitar and sang on ‘Listen to the Radio’So here … Continue reading
Welcome to GMCR’s coverage of the 60th Anniversary of the release of Salt of the Earth and the actual events that are depicted in this landmark film. We are proud to present an interview with Rachel Valencia who, as a … Continue reading
Yes, it is upon us… The 60th Anniversary of the release of the landmark film, Salt of the Earth which tells the story of the Empire Mine Strike. It is difficult to separate the gravity and significance of the film … Continue reading
Saturday 8 March 2014 Silver City / Grant County Symposium on Preparedness 8am – 5pm / WNMU Global Resource Center – 12th Street & Kentucky / Registration & Information – scneighborsalliance.org Gila Native Plant Society 9am – Noon / WNMU Campus / … Continue reading
Gurnie Dobbs lives in Gila, New Mexico, and has been singing and writing music since his years in Paris, and maybe before. His humor is frequent, surprising in its wit, and matched by transformational sensibilities that pop up when you … Continue reading
Welcome to Earth Matters and our continuing coverage of the New Mexico Legislature with particular attention to the water and environmental issues and bills that have been introduced. Perhaps the most significant bill in this even yeared short session is … Continue reading