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Silver City Report

Thursdays at 8:45am

Join us every Thursday for The Silver City Report, with guests from the Silver City Daily Press.

Catch up on the most important stories in Silver City, Grant County, and the region every Thursday.

Or listen right here anytime at the region's home page.

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Nov 6, 2019


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Oct 16, 2019


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Oct 9, 2019


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Oct 3, 2019


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Sep 25, 2019


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Sep 11, 2019


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Sep 4, 2019


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Aug 28, 2019


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Aug 7, 2019


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Jul 31, 2019


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Silver City Report

Jul 17, 2019


Reporters Geoffrey Plant, C.P. Thompson and David Marquez with the Silver City Daily News and Independent update us on the Silver City Report.

This week–A fire in Indian Hills starts on the Fourth of July, Sixth Judicial District Attorney Francesca Esteves denies filing a motion that she can’t pay for a lawyer to defend her case, and the NM CAP Entity reviews findings of a preliminary draft environmental impact statement by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Finally, there’s a new surgeon at Gila Regional Medical Center.

Silver City Report

Jul 3, 2019

 


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Jun 26, 2019


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Jun 19, 2019


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Jun 12, 2019


Silver City Report

Jun 5, 2019

Reporters Geoffrey Plant and C.P. Thompson for the Silver City Daily News And Independent report on the latest news on the Silver City Report. This week: A SWAT standoff in the area leads to the arrest of one murder suspect, a recycling program ends, and we hear about local efforts to help the City of Deming respond to the rise in asylum seekers being dropped of in the area. 

Reporters Geoffrey Plant and C.P. Thompson with the Silver City Daily News and Independent update us on the Silver City Report.

This week–The Arizona Game and Fish Dept. reports an increase in wolves killing cattle in the Gila National Forest, the Santa Rita Shrine is restored after being vandalized last year and a recap of the Silver City Blues Festival.

Silver City Report

May 22, 2019


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May 15, 2019


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May 8, 2019


Silver City Report

May 1, 2019


Time for the latest news from Silver City with Silver City Daily Press and Independent reporters Geoffrey Plant and C.P. Thompson.

This week: The Gila Regional Medical Center is losing budget funding due to state policy changes, a petition to annex Ridge Road Mobile Park is withdrawn, an update on a 33-year-old women who went missing from Gila Regional Medical Center's Behavioral Health Unit, and Silver Consolidated School officials met with community members about Cliff Schools.

Silver City Report

Apr 17, 2019


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