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Latest Podcasts

  • Farmington Chamber of Commerce

    Audra Winters, President & CEO of the Farmington Chamber of Commerce, discusses several upcoming events, including Business After Hours, Lunch & Learn, Chile in October and the Yoga Festival!

  • Theater Ensemble Arts: Get Smart

    Cast and crew discuss the Theater Ensemble Arts (TEA) presentation of “Get Smart” at Lions Wilderness Park Amphitheatre August 16-18 and 23-25, 2018 at 7:30pm. Appearing on the program: Director: Steve Clark  Maxwell Smart: Mark Burnham Agent 99: Rebekah Cochran Professor Zalinka: Lauren Harris Find out more here or at 505-326-2839.

  • Monday Reboot: Drone Attack & Space Force

    Lewis Campbell, Cintigy Computer Systems, discusses the apparent drone attack against the president of Venezuela.  Also, Vice President Pence unveils plans for the U.S. Space Force and more.

Featured Events

  • Writing Your Legacy: Creating a Book of Your History

    ENGL104E06 From family photographs, personal stories, poetry and anything else you would like to include, leave your legacy as a book. Discover a fun way to look at your personal history and decide what you would like to include. Combined with writing prompts and feedback, you may work on your book to be printed at CreateSpace. Class will also include a field trip to explore local printing options. 9/19-10/10 Wed 2-4 pm (505)566-3214

    at San Juan College Community Learning Center
  • Frame Your Artwork

    BLDT104E02 Custom framing can transform the ordinary into a masterpiece. Discover the basics of creating a frame from color selection and measuring to mat cutting, molding selection and frame assembly. Expect to frame between three to six pieces during the class and leave with the knowledge to create well-designed projects in the future. 9/13-11-15 3 to 3:50 p.m. Thu. (505)566-3214

    at San Juan College Community Learning Center
  • Focus on Farmington Coffee

    A free coffee to highlight some great locations in Farmington as we welcome new people to our town and catch up with those who have been around awhile. This event is sponsored by the Farmington Branding Alliance "Live" Team

    at North Allen Co-working & Venue

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  • Sheriff Blasts D.A. & Judge After Andrew Long Sentencing

    “The lack of spine from all involved is appalling; to sentence this predator to our county jail and utilize county resources on a state conviction is absurd. This individual should be in a state prison, he should not be allowed unsupervised visits and work release. Child pornography is not a victimless crime! If we are not willing to protect our children, what are we willing to do?”

  • Man Arrested for Child Abuse

    Detectives investigating the incident learned that 37-year-old Jeremiah Yazziee-Miller of Farmington was watching his girlfriend’s, of one month, six children in their Farmington home while the mother was grocery shopping. Miller messaged his girlfriend through social media to inform her something was wrong with the baby. Miller then called 911 and reported the baby wasn’t breathing. By the time the mother returned home from shopping, the baby had been transported to the hospital.

  • Update: Arrested State Police Officer Resigns

    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