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At its meeting Tuesday night, the Farmington City Council will decide whether to incorporate about 56 acres of subdivision land west of city limits.
A Farmington man who police arrested this summer on suspicion of operating smoke shops that sold synthetic marijuana may be sentenced to probation as part of a plea agreement.
In the early 1720s, Phil Gallegos' family packed up their sheep and moved from Gallego, Spain, to what is now Rio Arriba County, where the family had been given a land grant.
ALBUQUERQUE >> The Laguna Pueblo is raising concerns about a provision in the Navajo Nation's proposed new gaming compact with the state of New Mexico that would let the Navajos have two additional casinos.
November is Native American Heritage month and the Native American Center at San Juan College will be celebrating with activities for the entire community on the Farmington campus.
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.
Winter Storm Warnings continue for the San Juans of Northern New Mexico & Southern Colorado along with a Winter Weather Advisory for the northwest.
The organization's winter show has started, and a reception is from 1 to 4 p.m. today at the Civic Center.
The military hired contractors to build more than 24,000 of the vehicles for wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to the U.S. Department of Defense website.
Luminarias lit the path in Berg Park Friday night during Riverglo. During the annual event, organizers put up about 1,800 luminiarias - paper bags with candles inside - along the Animas River to celebrate the holidays.
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.
"It feels good," said Jim, an animal control officer and park ranger with the city of Farmington.
The gym just received a 600 thousand dollar grant to help students start their own business in the fitness industry.