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Roving with the Arts , the classical music and arts heard weekdays on San Juan College radio station KSJE 90.9 FM, is returning to the airwaves at 8 a.m., Monday, March 3. New host Leigh Black Irvin will provide listeners with classical music, arts news and author interviews.
The 26-year-old man who died after a car crash Wednesday was talking on the phone with his mother when police shot him, the man's father said on Thursday.
For the third consecutive year, San Juan College students are taking fewer credit hours in the spring semester, and school officials are trying to reverse that trend.
A Farmington man accused of burning down an abandoned mobile home pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor on Wednesday and was sentenced to probation.
The video features the band's song "Friends" from its first CD, which will be released later this year.
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) March 13--FARMINGTON -- Farmington school board members and administrators will be dedicating their board meeting work session today to providing an opportunity for parents and staff to voice their concerns about the implementation of the standards-based grading system.
Police said in court that Shanevan Beyale and Keasha Morales were high on methamphetamine the night last month when their seven-month-old child was allegedly sexually assaulted.
Farmington police have closed 20th Street after a car chase. A high speed chase started around 2 p.m on East Main Street, according to to Farmington police.
Artifacts Gallery is hosting "Connections," a show featuring Farmington art teachers.
Two men are challenging San Juan County Sheriff Ken Christesen for the Republican nomination for the seat, which is one of several contested county races this year.
Farmington Mayor Tommy Roberts met with Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly on Tuesday to address the problem of people getting drunk on Farmington's streets.
Farmington's City Council is giving a special use permit for a crematorium in east Farmington a second look after complaints from neighbors.
The Daily Times Councilman Nate Duckett takes the oath of office on Monday, March 10, 2014, at the Farmington City Hall.