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Glenwood Gazette Deadline
for February 2011 issue -January 18
Get your printed copy!



Inside January's issue:

Jay Sharp: Profile of an Argonaut (Part 1)

Dave Remley: The Crash of TWA Flight 260

Christmas in Quemado
Christmas in Glenwood

News:
Richard Torres: Catron News
New Catron County Solid Waste Ordinance _NEWS BLOG_

Perspectives:
CR Edmunds: Common Sense Revisited
Larry Lightner: Buko
Dexter Oliver: Can I Get My Money Back?

Recipes:
NEW! Recipe websites
_RECIPES BLOG_

Welcome to Glenwood Gazette Online ...

A New Year Begins

Happy New Year! May this year bring everyone increased prosperity, peace and happiness!

This January issue is always the smallest one of the year, as folks have been busy for the Christmas holidays. Mary Alice Murphy will return next month with a new interview, and Dianne Vandell will get readers up to date with her news of Duncan and Southern Arizona.

Good economic news arrived in December, as Grant County reported that lodgers’ tax was up, a reflection that folks are still, traveling and visiting our region.

With that bit of encouragement, I hope that many of you will sign on as advertisers for this year’s Forever Frontier Visitors Guide! Information is included in the print issue: take a look and give me a call (or email) to reserve your space now. I expect to go to press in early April, with distribution beginning soon after. Info will be available online soon.

Photos on January’s cover are from the Christmas Play and Live Nativity events, performed by the children of Glenwood Elementary School, and the Old-Fashioned Christmas Celebration in Quemadol. Both events were delightful! (more photos)

The recipes I’ve included in the Gazette pages have proven so popular that I’ve posted dozens of them to the Glenwood Gazette website blog. Now you can access many recipes from former issues, copy and print them out. We've also created a database of other recipe websites for you on the recipe page. More recipes will continue to be posted, so take a look, and Happy Cookin'!

The closing date for February’s Gazette will be January 18, so send in your community events for Valentine celebrations, and even future months, for our Calendar.

Mark Twain once said of the New Year, “Now is the accepted time to make your regular annual good resolutions. Next week you can begin paving hell with them as usual."

As this year begins, 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!

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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