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The Navajo storyteller shared stories about her families and how she became an artist during the first-ever Survival of the First Voices Festival.
Farmington police were dispatched to an alarm at the New Mexico Alternative Care facility, a medical marijuana dispensary, on Browning Parkway early Sunday morning.
Request officer: A caller advised her 17-year-old daughter sent her some disturbing text messages in the 1600 block of Harris Road.
A district court judge is expected to hear arguments Friday on whether John Mayes, convicted last fall of second-degree murder in the slaying of Dr. James Nordstrom, should be sentenced as a juvenile or an adult.
A 35-year-old man was accused last week of threatening another man with a knife near the intersection of East Animus Street and South Orchard Avenue.
The Farmington Fire Department Fire Station One was demolished on Monday to make way for a new building to be built on its spot.
Farmington schools will be hosting a job fair Friday in an effort to fill 30 teacher vacancies before the start of the school year next month.
A recent article titled "Strategic Relocation Briefing: The Makings Of Some Good Retreat Country" on SHTFPlan.co m recommends heading to the wild of Arizona for people "who can't permanently relocate, but must have a retreat strategy as their main option".
The Colosseum, an upscale gym at 500 E. Main St. in Farmington, opens for business on Aug. 4. The gym will host an open house starting at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Several dozen children marched around Farmington's Taylor Park on Saturday in bonnets and vests to remember their pioneer ancestors.
One Farmington woman was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and another was issued a citation for child neglect on Wednesday night.
Farmington police Detective Donovan Stearns holds evidence related to the Bobby Willis case on Thursday at the Farmington Police Department.
The Central Consolidated School District must remain competitive with teacher and staff salaries especially to attract new teachers, and to keep our experienced ones.
I used to have a recreational vehicle sitting in my driveway. The city of Farmington sent me a letter and told me I needed to remove it, since it was too close to the sidewalk and the street.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 10:30 pm
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