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  • Cuentos Hahne and Tales

    Lisa Vest from the Farmington Public Library reads the stories The Devil’s Bet and Snowdrop from a book titled Shakespeare’s Storybook- Folktales that Inspired the Bard, retold by Patrick Ryan.

  • San Juan County CEO Kim Carpenter

    San Juan County CEO Kim Carpenter discusses the replacement San Juan River bridge in Lee Acres, the future of PNM & the San Juan Generating Station and more!

  • Volunteer Incentive Program

    Learn how youth groups and indivisuals can give back to their communities while still raising money for their projects.  Shantel Cooper and George Sharpe discuss the Volunteer Incentive Program and explain how individuals and businesses can help.

Featured Events

  • Listening Beyond the Music: Appreciating the San Juan Symphony

    MUSI 104 E02 Music enriches our community and the San Juan Symphony's fall concert season is sure to delight. Discover the beauty of music and appreciate your symphony experience even more through this Encore class taught by two knowledgeable and enthusiastic guides. In addition to the class, students will attend the pre-concert talks presented by the Symphony Director and attend the symphony as a group. Class will be scheduled for five Monday nights, 9/24-10/22.

    at San Juan College Community Learning Center
  • Two Colorful Women, One Colorful Show

    A combination of the colorful artists Lyla Randsell and Terry Munter come together to display a wide array of storytelling artwork.

    at San Juan College Henderson Fine Arts Gallery
  • Auditions for the 5th Annual San Juan County's Got Talent

    SHOW US YOUR TALENT! The 5th Annual San Juan County’s Got Talent Show is just around the corner and we are looking for talented performers to audition for this year’s show! A $500 grand prize and $300 Runner-up prize will be awarded the night of the show. Information and applications to audition may be obtained by visiting San Juan County Partnership on Facebook, visiting our website at, calling 566-5867, coming by our office in Farmington at 3535 E. 30th St. Suite 105, or e-mailing: Deadline for receiving applications is Monday, October 1st. Contestants may submit a video audition. There is no fee to audition and you do not have to be a resident of San Juan County. San Juan County Partnership is a non-profit organization and this event is a fundraiser to support their community programs that include substance abuse prevention, community wellness and housing assistance.

    at San Juan County Partnership

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  • Bloomfield Considers Police/Fire Changes

    Perhaps, by combining administrative functions, reduce costs, develop economies of scale, create better models of operational efficiencies, and reduce duplication of functions. This would allow better training, recruitment and retention by providing for more money for more officers, better opportunities for advancement and most importantly, provide more effective, uniform and consistent public safety.

  • Update: Seven Dead, Numerous Injuries after Bus, Semi Collide near Thoreau

    The preliminary investigation indicates a semi-truck traveling east on Interstate 40 suffered a tire blow out causing the semi to cross the median into opposing west bound traffic of Interstate 40.  The semi-truck collided head on with a westbound Greyhound passenger bus carrying more than forty-eight passengers.    

  • Former Teacher Arrested for Sexual Contact with Students

    Through the State Police investigation, agents determined sufficient evidence to obtain an arrest warrant and arrested James Dee Coulter today around 9:00 a.m. at an industrial equipment supply company in Farmington where he is currently employed. After his arrest, State Police agents interviewed Coulter. Coulter admitted in his interview to several more unlawful sexual relationships with other female high school students. The New Mexico State Police will further investigate these additional crimes and work to identify any other victims in this case. Coulter will be booked into the San