The homestead includes the 1834 John Scheetz House, which functions as the visitor center, the Weiser house, which features period furnishings and exhibits, a stone spring house, and the Weiser family cemetery. Participants should arrive at 7 p.m. at the homestead near the east end of the borough. Cost is $4.50.
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Fire and hospital’s home health and hospice closure discussed at workshop – Silver City Sun-News
If passed, the tax will be go into affect Jan. 1, 2015. That is when the county will begin to lose the hold harmless revenue they currently receive from the state. In 2004, New Mexico legislators passed a bill that repeals taxes on food and most medical services.
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