GRANTS, N.M. – Direct Nadine Jiron, Grants Public Library, said the phone has been ringing off the hook since July 8.
NEW MEXICO – The New Mexico Restaurant Association joined forces with several restaurants to file a lawsuit against the state government for the most recent Public Health Order which once again closes indoor dining in an attempt to stop the spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The organization was successful for slightly more than an hour before the state filed a motion with the New Mexico Supreme Court to reverse the lower court’s decision.
GRANTS, N.M. - Papa’s Pawn & Gun co-owner, Paul Rowe, is doing his best to educate the community about pawn shop services. Paul and his wife Diane Rowe, coowner, have been running the business for almost two years. Paul addressed the common misconception about pawn shops being associated with payday loans or cons and illegal transactions. Pawn shops all have to follow the same pawn laws, which, at the core, have not changed in years, according to Paul. The owners pride themselves in how they not only follow all those laws, but also go the extra mile to run a clean, efficient business with different services made to help the customer.
GRANTS, N.M. - After a long wait and months of driving along Santa Fe Avenue wondering when Pizza 9 would be finished, the Grants restaurant has finally opened for business. Rumors of the old Outlaws Saloon & Dance turning into a Pizza 9 started years ago and Grants hopefuls have anticipated its construction and opening ever since then.
CIBOLA COUNTY, N.M. – The Grants/Cibola County School District has created an online survey for community members as it prepares for the upcoming academic year.