Steve Pearce, a candidate for governor, and Yvette Herrell, a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, came to Grants on Aug.

Working to clean the rubble left by the construction on Mountain road is not an easy task. This bulldozer dumps its load into a larger truck to clear up space.



The Grants City Council not only approved the $249,800 purchase of a new fleet of 60 golf carts to replace the former ones at the Coyote Del Malpais Golf Course, but also approved to fund an extra


Last week a fellow dropped off to these offices a publication printed in 1982.

Cibola County is large and home to more than 27,000 people according to the 2015 U.S. Census.

WHO-WHOM. Which to use? How can I tell you when most of you have forgotten things like subject, object, nominative case and objective case? WHO is not so hard.


The Grants High School football, volleyball and boys’ basketball teams grouped together for a noble cause last Wednesday, showing their support for a member of the community.

Children benefit in various ways from their involvement in youth sports.

Project Mudd, a volleyball charity event held Saturday, July 28, at the Grants-Milan Elks Lodge brought together about 1,000 people and raised $11,000 for Cibola General Hospital’s Mammography Fund


Gabrielle Puhuyesva is a police officer in the Village of Milan, she said “I’ve been here a little over a year – a month and a year now.” Puhuyesva is originally from McKinley County, she worked wi

"Scott was my best friend,” is what you will hear from many of the people who knew and loved him.

For some students in Grants/Cibola County School district, the only time they get to eat is when they are at school.


Funeral services for Doreen Yates, 92, were held on Aug. 6, 2018, at First Baptist Church in Grants, N.M. She was born on July 5, 1926, in Pharaoh, Okla.

Memorial services for Serefino “Sef” Gallegos, will be at St. Teresa’s Catholic Church, Grants, N.M., on Aug. 4, 2018. Rosary will be at 9:30 a.m. with Mass following at 10 a.m.

Robin Elliott “Sparky” Kopetzky was born on Sept. 6, 1955, in Boston Mass., and passed away July 15, 2018, of a stroke. He was married to Wanda Kopetzky and had two sons: Jay V.

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