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Latest Podcasts

  • Aztec: National Night Out

    Aztec Police Chief Mike Heal talks about the National Night Out event in Aztec: 5pm-7pm Tuesday July 17, 2018 at Minium Park. Rides, give aways, the famous donut eating contest and more!

  • First Tee of San Juan County

    First Tee of San Juan County Executive Director Tina Pacheco-White discusses the program and opportunities for local children and teens.  First Tee member Mari Caldwell discusses her selection to attend the First Tee Leadership Academy and First Tee member River Smalley discusses his selection to play in the PGA Tour Champions Event.

  • Ride Sharing, Smartphones, & PS4

    Lewis Campbell, Cintigy Computer Systems, discusses Ride Sharing, Smartphone repairs, video games and more in our weekly talk about technology.

Featured Events

  • New Business Tax Workshop

    If you have a new business or are planning to start a business join us as Shane Chance of the R. Shane Chance CPA PC decode the process. Topics to be addressed include: •Gross receipts tax & how to file •Depreciation •Taxable & Non-Taxable Transactions •Basic Forms •Selecting your business legal structure •Record Keeping •General & Home Office Expenses •Other state/federal regulations •and much more!

    at San Juan College Quality Center For Business
  • AstroFriday- The Astronomy of Harry Potter

    Show times for May, June, and July AstroFridays are at 7:30 & 8:30 p.m., with stargaze following at 9:30 p.m. All other AstroFridays, unless otherwise indicated, are at 6:30 & 7:30 p.m., and stargaze afterwards (weather permitting) is at 8:30 p.m. The planetarium reserves the right to substitute shows. It is also possible (though not probable) for there to be a change in a show's date due to unforeseen circumstances.

    at San Juan College Planetarium
  • AstroFriday- The Astronomy of Harry Potter

    Show times for May, June, and July AstroFridays are at 7:30 & 8:30 p.m., with stargaze following at 9:30 p.m. All other AstroFridays, unless otherwise indicated, are at 6:30 & 7:30 p.m., and stargaze afterwards (weather permitting) is at 8:30 p.m. The planetarium reserves the right to substitute shows. It is also possible (though not probable) for there to be a change in a show's date due to unforeseen circumstances.

    at San Juan College Planetarium

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News

  • Bloomfield Reverses Pay Cuts

    Bloomfield City Manager George Duncan said the council believes the local economy is stabilizing. The city has seen a small increase of 1.8 percent in its Gross Receipts Tax (GRT) attributable to the economy for the last fiscal year.  Additionally, a community and city budget committee is conducting an intensive budget review process, which has identified numerous operational efficiencies for the 2018-19 budget. 

  • NM State Police Office Arrested on Drug Charges

    The criminal complaint generally alleges that Capehart abused his position as a law enforcement officer by stealing quantities of drugs seized during arrests and giving the drugs to females with whom he was interested in pursuing romantic or sexual relationships.   To this end, the complaint alleges that on June 15, 2018, Capehart initiated a “flirtatious” “texting” relationship with a 16-year-old female who was a passenger in a friend’s vehicle, which was the subject of a traffic stop.  After Capehart allegedly agreed to dismiss the friend’s citations, Capehart allegedly sent a number of text

  • Farmington Delays Stage 3 Drought Restrictions

    “As of the last rolling 10 day average, water consumption has gone down 10.6%,” stated Mayes. Since Tuesday night’s council meeting, the community has continued to improve on water conservation efforts with a 3-day average water reduction of  18.9%. Based on average water reductions since the enactment of Stage 2 on June 13th, the City Manager stated, “This reduction shows that citizens are becoming much more aware of the potential for a water crisis and are beginning to change water consumption behavior”. “If these positive trends continue along with the potential for favorable precipitat