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Latest Podcasts

  • Cuentos Hahne and Tales

    Rae Yazzie reads “Is There Really A Human Race”, “I’m Gonna Like Me”, “This Is Me”, and “Today I Feel Silly And Other Moods”, all by Jamie Lee Curtis.

  • Presbyterian Medical Services: Jyl Adair & Orlando Nakai

    Presbyterian Medical Services’ Childrens Services Manager Jyl Adair discusses openings in the Headstart and Easly Headstart programs, what these programs provide to local families and the benefits of the program. PMS Community Health Worker Orlando Nakai discusses the upcoming Diabetes Walk on October 7, 2017 and his work to educate residents about the risks of developing diabetes.

  • A Review Too Far - mother!

    This week our cinema geeks review Robin Williams and Nathan Lane in The Birdcage, the CGI action flick from Japan, GANTZ:0, and out in theaters now, Darren Aronofsky’s constroversial film… mother!

Featured Events

  • Lifestyle Balance - National Diabetes Prevention Program

    Lifestyle Balance, a 10-month National Diabetes Prevention Program, will be offered by San Juan Regional Medical Center in 2017. This program is scientifically proven to help those with pre-diabetes, or risk factors for Type 2 diabetes, prevent or delay the onset of diabetes. Class begins February 23rd in Farmington, NM. This life changing class will help you make healthy food choices, live an active life and engage in positive self-talk long term. By creating these habits, you will have better control of your blood glucose and better energy.

    at San Juan Regional Medical Center
  • AstroFriday – Cosmic Castaways

    Show will take place in the San Juan College Planetarium with a stargaze to follow, weather permitting. This is a free event! Planetarium show offered at 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. with stargaze at 9:30 p.m San Juan College Planetarium offers a free public show and stargaze event once per month. The exact Friday every month often depends on the phase of the Moon, the nearest night to the first quarter phase will usually be the AstroFriday night. Programs scheduled may change. Seating is limited.

    at San Juan College Planetarium
  • Subject to Change: Earth and Body

    The San Juan College Fine Arts committee Invitational featuring Maria Kompare and Sarah Tefanov will showcase an array of art in an exhibit titled "Subject to Change: Earth and Body".Tefanov and Kompare collaborated to share many stories of life, climate change, as well as transformations in their individual artistic styles.

    at San Juan College Henderson Fine Arts Center Gallery.

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News

  • 2 Arrested, 1 Killed in Officer-Involved Shooting

    ​​​​​​​The officer detained Wilson in handcuffs at the front of his body. Moments later, Wilson shot the State Police officer in the upper left chest area of his body. Both the State Police officer and deputy returned fire, striking Wilson numerous times. Wilson sustained fatal gunshot wounds and was pronounced deceased on scene by the Office of the Medical Investigator. A .357 magnum revolver was later recovered in Wilson's possession.

  • Local Man Dies from West Nile Virus

    The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) reports the death of a 61-year-old San Juan County man from West Nile virus (WNV). His death is the state’s first known West Nile virus death of 2017.  In addition, four Bernalillo County residents have tested positive for West Nile virus and have been hospitalized, bringing the total number of lab confirmed cases of WNV in the state this year to seven. The four recent cases in Bernalillo County include a 65-year-old woman currently hospitalized as well as a 57-year-old man, a 60-year-old man, and a 75-year-old man all of which have been treated a

  • Redwine Booked into LaPLata Co. Jail

    A grand jury indicted Mark Redwine on July 20 and a warrant was issued for his arrest on charges of second degree murder and child abuse resulting in the death of his son, who was visiting Redwine over the Thanksgiving holiday in 2012 when he disappeared. Dylan Redwine’s remains were found in a remote area northwest of Mark Redwine’s home in May 2013.