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Glenwood Gazette Deadline
for January 2011 issue -December 20
Get your printed copy!



Inside December's issue:

Jay Sharp: Profile of a Conquistador

Mary Alice Murphy Interview: Don Trammell

Dave Remley:
From Cochise to Geronimo: The Chiricahua Apaches, 1874-1886
Arena Legacy: The Heritage of American Rodeo

News:
Richard Torres: Catron News
_NEWS BLOG_

Perspectives:
Larry Lightner: A Civil War
Dexter Oliver: Here We Go Again (Ocelot)
Jesse Hardin: Catron County Wish List
Judy O’Loughlin: Family Matters - yams
Luis Perez: Snow Maiden

Recipes:
BLOG

 

 

Winter Splendor
Welcome to Glenwood Gazette Online ...

The Joys of Christmas

It’s that time of year again, as we all prepare for the delights of Christmas.

This is always a busy season, but take time to enjoy the colored lights, the excitement of small children, bake some goodies, visit with old friends, and attend some holiday events. (Our December Calendar is packed with celebrations all over the frontier regions!)

Christmas and New Year’s special recipes are featured throughout the pages of the printed issue to make your holidays bright. With the weather so cold lately, that should inspire you to stay inside and bake or roast your favorite (and new) dishes! This last month we also added a link on the site for recipes – it will take you to a recipe blog and the same recipes as can be found in the printed issue are listed there. I’ll be adding more on a regular basis.

Remember to add your own link for your business or enterprise on the Gazette Links page. I’d also appreciate your adding a link to the Gazette on your own sites. Thank you!

I had no idea how much I needed some time off until I took my 10-day trip over to Texas in early November. There was time to see old friends and family, enjoy beautiful weather (‘til the last days when rainstorms blew in), enjoy some great food (barbeque and seafood mostly), and really relax awhile.

Now I’m ready to resume work on Forever Frontier the Visitors Guide. 2010 was unsettled for many reasons, and though information was provided, many businesses weren’t ready to advertise. This is an independently-produced tourism publication which is possible only by the support of advertisers. I’ll be sending new email notices soon, and hope that many of you will participate this year. Work will continue through February or March, with the new edition coming in April.

The closing date for January’s Gazette will be December 20, but due to holiday closings, don’t watch for the January issue until January 5 or thereabouts.

As this year ends, I want to express my appreciation to our Gazette readers, our writers and contributors, and the loyal advertisers (who make this publication possible). I couldn't do this without your support and enthusiasm!

Have a Merry Christmas and the Happiest of New Years!

See you down the road

Gale Moore, Publisher
The Glenwood Gazette & "Forever Frontier" The Annual Visitors Guide

PO Box 4077
Silver City, NM  88062                  575.388.4806
gale@cybermesa.com or gazettelady777@yahoo.com

         
       
 
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