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Category Archives: GMCR Special Coverage
February is Black History Month and WNMU‘s Center For Gender Equity is presenting a number of events in recognition. Nelson Williams and Marilynn Grijalva are students at WNMU involved with The Center for Gender Equity and are organizers and participants … Continue reading
It has been said that an informed electorate is essential to a functional democracy. In keeping with this sage observation, GMCR & KURU have invited all candidates for the Silver City, Santa Clara, Bayard, & Hurley municipal elections on Tuesday … Continue reading
GMCR considers an informed electorate to be an indispensable element in a democratic society so we are pleased to present Candidate Statements for the upcoming Silver City Municipal Elections on Tuesday 3 March 2015. The candidates are incumbent Cynthia Bettison … Continue reading
Welcome to our special coverage of the Silver Consolidated Schools Board Meeting. In the election of February 3rd, the challengers for the two contested seats won by large margins but the underlying issues which drove voters to the polls in … Continue reading
A celebration of the lives of Ella Jaz Kirk, Michael Sebastian Mahl and Ella Sala Myers was held at the WNMU Fine Arts Center Theater on Sunday June 01 / 2pm It was an overwhelming show of support for grieving … 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
On 11 March 2013 the Grant County Commission met to approve a resolution supporting the “Deming Diversion Plan” for the Gila River – which would pipe water from the Gila River to Silver City, Deming, Las Cruces and apparently to … Continue reading
Greetings to all of you and welcome to GMCR’s exclusive coverage of this “watershed” event. We apologize for a couple of glitches as we implement this new long format program. The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) held a public meeting … Continue reading