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  • Cuentos Hahne and Tales

    Spencer Payne from the Farmington Public Library reads The Gods and Goddesses of Olympus by Aliki and World Mythology- Zues! by B.A. Hoena.

  • Navajo Youthbuilders

    Case manager Joshua Evans and students Uriah Crespin and Narbona Benally discuss the Navajo Youthbuild program by Capacity Builders in Farmington.  An open house to learn more about the prorgam will be helpd August 23, 2018.

  • Truancy Court

    Ja’nese Avery, Truancy Court Coordinator, and Rick Quevedo, Desert View Family Counseling, discuss the ways school districts, counselors and others are working together to keep students in school.  The truancy court program is working in all school districts throughout San Juan County.

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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