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3 hrs ago | Farmington Daily Times
San Juan County Commissioners said on Thursday that a city of Bloomfield annexation proposal will hurt the county's tax rolls, but there is nothing the county's elected officials can do to stop it from happening.
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4 hrs ago | Farmington Daily Times
"It feels good," said Jim, an animal control officer and park ranger with the city of Farmington.
7 hrs ago | KOB-TV New Mexico
The gym just received a 600 thousand dollar grant to help students start their own business in the fitness industry.
8 hrs ago | Las Cruces Sun-News
12 hrs ago | Business Journal
New Mexico's civilian labor force - those people working or looking for jobs - shrank by 18,594 during the past 12 months, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Thursday.
17 hrs ago | Farmington Daily Times
Although Trudy Farrell has been friends with Ken and Mary MacAdams since she moved to Farmington in 1989, until now, the three friends have never shown their art together at a single exhibit.
In Farmington, luminarias -- small paper lanterns that hold candles -- will illuminate Friday's Riverglo, and another luminaria display will be at San Juan College on Saturday.
The school is fundraising to purchase supplies for safety kits, which can be used if the school is placed in lockdown for safety reasons.
The state Supreme Court has upheld the resentencing to life imprisonment of a Farmington man who as a teenager killed an elderly San Juan County resident.
Farmington's two deputy police chiefs were among the more than 50 people who applied to be Farmington's next chief of police.
The western edge of Farmington where the city is considering annexing about 56 acres as seen on Monday from the 5400 block of U.S. 64. The work session will be at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the Executive Conference Room at City Hall, 800 Municipal Drive.
New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center at Farmington is taking its research into the real world of soil contamination to see if poplar trees can help stop the migration of an underground plume of petroleum contaminants.
After 42 years in the propane business, Jake Cluff has learned one important lesson that structures how he and his business partner, Kent Misemer, run Arrowhead Propane.
For the seventh annual year, Best Brass of Christmas, an 11-member brass ensemble, will play at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Farmington.
Vicki Metheny, food programs director at ECHO Food Bank, and Catherine Knowlton, agency program coordinator at ECHO, go over items that are in short supply for the emergency food program on July 25 at ECHO Food Bank in Farmington.