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"Deming, located in southwestern New Mexico, grew out of railway development. The terminus of the Southern Pacific Railroad, it was named after the wife of a railway executive. City founders expected such immense growth after the arrival of the railroad that the town was nicknamed New Chicago. The Silver Spike was driven in Deming in 1881 to commemorate the completion of the second transcontinental railroad with the meeting of the Southern Pacific and the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. Journalistic competition quickly followed. The Deming Graphic commenced weekly publication on March 18, 1903, and continued through January 1, 1949, when it merged with the Deming Headlight. It was then published on Tuesdays as the the Deming Headlight and Deming Graphic and on Fridays as the Headlight and ...See More
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