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Latest Podcasts

  • Cuentos Hahne and Tales

    David Florez from the Farmington Public Library reads “Big Machines” by Sherri Rinker, “Jungle Drums”, and “Castle King of Angkor Wat”, both by Graeme Base.

  • The Cop Shop - 062018 - Little Libraries and Drought Restrictions

    This week Chief Hebbe and PIO Georgette Allen sit with veteran officer Michelle Delese as they talk about the Little Library installation she organized, current and upcoming drought restrictions in the city of Farmington, and even a local satire blog.

  • San Juan Co. Fire Department: Drought/Fireworks Danger

    San Juan Co. Fire Chief Craig Dougherty and Recruitment/Retention Division Chief Jordan Richards discuss the extreme drought conditions in San Juan County, the fire danager that goes along with it, the current restrictions in San Juan County for Fireworks use, and the need for more volunteers at Fire Departments in San Juan County.

Featured Events

  • GenCyber Student Camp

    GenCyber or cybersecurity camps for elementary, middle and high school students are jam-packed with engaging and hands-on activities for children to cultivate their technology strengths and computer interests as they learn the importance of cyber safety. Students will use technology to explore cryptography, forensic investigations, and identity theft, providing a hands-on opportunity to discover a career in cybersecurity. Because of the limited class size, those interested must complete a pre-registration application form. Campers must be willing to commit to the five-day camp and come to campus every day. Deadline for applications is Monday, June 4. The following week, camper’s families will receive an acceptance notification via email. There will be a waitlist for the camps in the event that students who initially were selected are unable to participate. Register today for one of two free week-long sessions – Monday, June 25 through Friday, June 29 or Monday, July 9 through Friday, July 13. Each camp is from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will consist of three groups of students from regional elementary, middle, and high schools. For more information about the camps or to obtain an application, go to or contact the Community Learning Center at 505-566-3214.

    at San Juan College
  • Outdoor Summer Theater

    George and Winifred live at Number 17, Cherry Tree Lane with their misbehaved children, whose latest nanny has just quit with a fit. Enter Mary Poppins, the “practically perfect” nanny who teaches with magic and bonds with the children as no other nanny has. When Mary suddenly leaves the position, and Winifred hires George’s childhood nanny to take on the job, sending George and the children fleeing from the house, Mary becomes more valuable than ever. With patience, kindness, and a little bit of magic, Mary and her friend Bert help the family set things right - maybe more right than they’d ever been before. Tickets may be purchased online, at the gate the night of the performance or in advance at the Farmington Civic Center Box Office. Group Rate (groups of 10 or more) please call the Farmington Civic Center Box Office at 505-599-1148 or 505-599-1144. Tickets prices: adult $12, senior $8 (62 & over), student $8 (13 - 18), child $7 (12 & under).

    at Lions Wilderness Park Amphitheater
  • The Sandstoners

    Join the Farmington Public Library for the 2018 Cottonwood Concert Series! Each concert features an hour performance in the library’s rotunda, starting at 3:30 p.m., and another hour under the cottonwoods starting at 6:00!

    at Farmington Public Library

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  • Farmington Awarded Arts & Cultural District

    The Farmington Arts & Cultural District is a proposed artisan district that overlaps with the Farmington Historic Downtown Commercial District. The district focuses mainly on Main Street and Broadway, with more than 100 commercial buildings with storefronts oriented to the street and continuous shared side walls. The downtown district contains an eclectic mix of galleries, one-of a-kind shared side walls, locally-owned retail stores, restaurants, and salons, and includes Red Apple Transit Stops. A city park is located at the "Heart" of the district, along with the E3 Children's Museum, Farming

  • Kirtland Armed Robbers Sought

    When the owner attempted to flee, he heard one gunshot and ran next door to Subway to call for help. The employees at Subway called 911 immediately and assisted the owner of Burnham Firework’s with cutting off the duct tape.

  • Police: Student Made Weapons at School

    The CATE Center was placed on lockdown and the Farmington High School was placed on a preventative lockdown as this is where the student’s next class was scheduled.