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  • Daily NM COVID-19 Statistics: 28,844 (+159) cases, 870 Deaths (+0)

    The Department of Health on Sunday also reported seven new cases and no additional deaths in San Juan County, New Mexico related to COVID-19.

  • *Updated* Navajo Nation COVID-19 Cases Total: 10,290 (+18), 555 Deaths (+3)

    The total number of deaths is now 555 as of Sunday. Reports indicate that 7,250 individuals have recovered from COVID-19, and 104,884 COVID-19 tests have been administered. The total number of positive COVID-19 cases is now 10,290, which includes three additional cases that were previously unreported due to delayed reporting from health care facilities.

  • Youth Sports, Overnight Camping part of Health Order Changes

    An amended emergency public health order, which will be effective through mid-October, will permit youth sports conditioning and skills development, with no more than 10 individuals in any one group, in accordance with COVID-Safe Practices. Competitive contact play remains off-limits. In addition, New Mexicans may overnight camp at most state parks in groups of no more than 10. That change will be effective Oct. 1. 

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  • Farmington Man in Custody after Shots Fired

    On arrival, officers learned that a man, 60-year-old Jack Pryor of Farmington, was experiencing a crisis and firing rounds from several different guns in the front and back yards, and inside his home.

  • Bloomfield Man Dies in Motorcycle Crash

    The initial investigation indicated a 2004 Harley Davidson Motorcycle, driven by Richard Lucero (56) of Bloomfield, NM, was traveling east on US 64 when the motorcycle he was driving crashed on a curved portion in the roadway. 

  • $2 Million for Railroad Design Work

    BUILD Grant funds will be instrumental in the planning phase of any effort for freight rail. First, a study of economic feasibility will be made. Then design and construction feasibility will be studied. This includes potential alignments and right-of-way access and problems along any proposed alignment. Finally, the grant will cover the cost of meetings and input sessions with stakeholders, to include local communities, governmental entities, and potential business partners.