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Farmington police involved in officer-involved shooting

Suspect taken to hospital with injuries

GOP convention moved to Texas to avoid coronavirus rules

LAS CRUCES, N.M. – The New Mexico Republican Party is moving its three-day convention and retreat this weekend to Amarillo, Texas, citing speakers' concerns about New Mexico's COVID-19 restr...

Law enforcement honor those lost in line of duty

San Juan County Sheriff Shane Ferrari gives keynote address

State health agency cites multiple outbreaks of norovirus

SANTA FE – New Mexico public health officials say they’re investigating multiple outbreaks around the state of highly contagious disease often called the stomach flu. Precautions such as fre...

New Mexico revives anti-litter 'Toss No Mas' campaign

SANTA FE – New Mexico transportation officials say roadside litter has become a persistent issue for the state so they’re reviving the “Toss No Mas” campaign with a new twist. State Transpo...

San Juan Regional Medical Center promotes nurse navigators

Advocates act as a liaison between provider and patient

San Juan College to hold virtual graduation ceremony

San Juan College will hold a virtual graduation ceremony for its students, as well as recognize the graduating class of San Juan College High School, at 10 a.m. Saturday on www.sanjuancolleg...

San Juan College staff members to return to campus

The summer semester at San Juan College will begin with all staff members returning to work on-site Monday at their respective locations. In addition, like many colleges throughout the natio...

High court upholds no-bail release in serial burglary case

SANTA FE – The state Supreme Court on Friday upheld a lower court decision allowing the no-bail pretrial release of an 19-year-old with no previous criminal history who is accused of a strin...

Farmington Regional Animal Shelter holding a special adoption event

Fees to take home a fur-ever pal is reduced to $5

Environment Department proposes rule to reduce emissions

Rule would apply to San Juan County as a result high number of ozone days

San Juan County moves to Turquoise Level

More restrictions lifted as a result

Local Reporter

Liz Weber
New Mexico reporter


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