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Jimmy Macaw, the maintenance manager at the Azrec Museum and Pioneer Village, talks on Friday on the damage floods in September 2013 caused at the museum and its grounds in Aztec.
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Piedra Vista High School seniors put blankets inside bags on Friday at Piedra Vista High School in Farmington.
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From left, Aztec Police Chief Mike Heal; Kevin Abar, an assistant special agent in charge of Homeland Security in New Mexico; San Juan County Sheriff Ken Christesen; Bloomfield Police Chief Mike Kovacs; San Juan County District Attorney Rick Tedrow; and Farmington Police Department Acting Police Chief Vincent Mitchell participate in a press ... (more)
New Mexico's unemployment rate is almost 7 percent, but for residents with disabilities, the 2011 unemployment rate was about 35 percent.
Youth leadership team member and Farmington High School senior Francine Briones laughs on Thursday during the San Juan United Way Victory Celebration Luncheon at the Courtyard Marriott in Farmington.
School officials locked down Farmington High School Thursday afternoon after a man entered the school with a knife.
A convicted sex offender pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to three sexual assault charges against a 12-year-old girl.
A new bass fishing circuit will have a meeting at 7 p.m. Friday, March 14, in the showroom at Ziems Ford Corners, 5700 E. Main St. in Farmington.
Six candidates across San Juan County who ran unopposed for their respective seats were elected or re-elected on Tuesday.
Tommy Roberts' amplified voice wavered Tuesday night as he told a room of supporters at the Civic Center that he will be their mayor for another four years.
"I just told all these people here how much I appreciate their belief in me," he said from Fire House Java & Cuisine on Tuesday night after unofficial results from the city clerk showed he had won.
Bill Standley received nearly 500 more votes than James Rowland, the incumbent part-time judge.
At least three people were injured in an oil rig fire south of Farmington on Tuesday, according to Sandoval County Fire Chief James Maxon.
Bill Liese and Rena Scott were running for municipal judge and Bill Standley and James Rowland were running for part-time municipal judge.
New Mexico lawmakers approved a state budget bill in the recently concluded session that includes $300,000 intended to fund studies of a freight railroad to Farmington and rail ports in the Gallup area, officials said.