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Police have an arrest warrant for a 39-year-old homeless man in connection with a fire that broke out on Tuesday night at a storage unit located behind attorney Cosme Ripol's law office in downtown Farmington.
San Juan County commissioners will ask state lawmakers to provide grant money for a list of 22 projects planned for fiscal years 2016 through 2020.
NMSU Photo Peace Corps Master's International graduate student Katie McCarver, left, reviews information about the program with New Mexico State University advisor Kevin Lombard, College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences associate professor of horticulture.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking comment on a proposed permit for a northwestern New Mexico power plant.
Delbert and Annacita Crow recently started a small company, Apache Fire Industries, which produces waterproof and fireproof fire hose couplings outfitted with color-coded LED lights.
As the one-year anniversary of twin storms that caused approximately $1 million in damage throughout Aztec approaches, city commissioners took preliminary steps Monday night to keep it from happening again.
A 52-year-old Farmington man was sentenced Monday to one year of probation and 100 hours of community service for his role in dumping septic waste on government property in Crouch Mesa.
Hermosa Middle School in Farmington was briefly evacuated Monday morning after numerous residents in the area reported smelling a gas-like odor.
Charges have been dismissed against two local residents arrested as a result of the "Brown ICE" criminal investigation conducted by the Region II Narcotics Task Force.
A woman admitted to detox recovery sleeps on Thursday at the Four Winds Addiction Recovery Center in Farmington.
On Monday, Disabled American Veterans national service officers will bring their office to Farmington to help area veterans file or check on the status of their Veterans Administration claims.
Democratic candidate for governor of New Mexico Gary King made a Friday evening appearance in Farmington to lend a hand to a group of women and discuss education and the economy.
Kurt Chrisman, a retired Piedra Vista High School and Mesa View Middle School orchestra teacher, was hired as the director of the youth orchestra.
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Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 06:41 pm
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