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  • Four Corners Storytelling Festival: Andy Offutt Irwin

    Storyteller Andy Offutt Irwin joins Farmington Public Library Program Coordinator Jenny Lee Ryan to discuss the Four Corners Storytelling Festival October 12-13 at Berg Park and the Totah Theatre.

  • The Cop Shop with FPD: Hustle Up & Run

    Farmington Police Chief Steve Hebbe and Public Information Officer Georgette Allen discuss the Hustle Up and Run-5k Color Run with organzer Bristol Kantor.

  • Cuentos Hahne and Tales

    This week on Cuentos Hahne and Tales youth storyteller Jayden Turner reads Piggie Pie by Margie Palatini, youth storyteller Lincoln Turner reads Olivia's Birthday by Deborah Carruthers, followed by youth storyteller Hannah reading her own story from several of her diaries, then youth storyteller Ava Begay reads The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle, and in conclusion, youth storyteller Diego Mathieu reads Listen to My Trumpet by Mo Willems.

Featured Events

  • Writing Our Lives: Memoirs & More

    FAENGL 104 E03 Our memories are treasure chests of stories we need to share. Whatever your goal, full memoir, stories for your family, recreating the past--we will get you started by writing and reading together. Classes will consist of sharing memories, writing to prompts, and looking at samples. Bring your notebooks and your pens and we will start on the path together. 10 a.m.-noon Tue & Thu 10/30-11-22 (505) 566-3214

    at San Juan College Community Learning Center
  • Freedom From Smoking

    Freedom From Smoking, the leading adult smoking cessation program for over 30 years, shows you how to quit in a safe, supportive, environment. You'll be given the tools and resources to overcome your tobacco addiction so you can enjoy the benefits of better health, extra money in your pocket and healthier relationships. Classes will be held on Tuesdays. Please plan on attending each of them. Registration is required to attend this clinic.There is a $25 supply fee for the booklets. 505.609.2438

    at San Juan Regional Medical Center
  • Beyond Words Art Exhibit

    The San Juan College Fine Arts Committee Invitational featuring Bev Taylor will showcase an array of art in an exhibit titled Beyond Words, at the Henderson Fine Arts Center Art Gallery, October 5 through October 26.An opening reception will be held Friday, October 5, from 5 to 7 p.m., in the Henderson Fine Arts Center Art Gallery.Bev Taylor is a multi-media artist who resides in Farmington. She graduated from the University of New Mexico with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History. Bev began her professional art career as a calligrapher and lettering artist. Calligraphy led her to watercolor painting, collage, and handmade books. She was an instructor at San Juan College teaching Orientation to Art, Calligraphy, Watercolor, and Drawing.

    at San Juan College Henderson Fine Arts Gallery

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  • Farmington Hires Economic Development Director

    Farmington has made another confident move in efforts to revitalize and diversify the regional economy. Mayor Nate Duckett stated, “As part of Farmington’s ongoing strategic alliance with Four Corners Economic Development (4CED), CEO Warren Unsicker will transition to employment with the City of Farmington as the Director of Economic Development. This move provides Farmington with leadership that is already familiar with the goals and landscape of the region’s economy.”

  • Local Sex Offender Re-arrested

    Jeff Hawkins is currently a registered sex offender in San Juan County and was released early from prison after serving approximately 16 years. On August 1st, 1994 Hawkins was charged with seven counts of criminal sexual penetration. In February of 1995, Hawkins was found guilty on four counts of criminal sexual penetration and later sentenced to 31 years in prison. Hawkins was released 15 years early from prison in May of 2011; he served five years of probation after his release and is required to register as a sex offender for life.

  • Westmoreland Coal hopes to Reorganize with Bankruptcy Filing

    Westmoreland’s Canadian entities and Westmoreland Risk Management, Inc. are excluded from the voluntary petitions. Westmoreland’s operations in the U.S. and Canada are cash flow positive and liquidity from operations combined with the Company’s Debtor-In-Possession (“DIP”) financing is sufficient to continue operating its mines in the normal course of business, without any expected impact to current output levels. Importantly, Westmoreland anticipates no staff reductions as a result of the restructuring announcement.