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Community members urged the City Council to pass the tax increase and use the revenue to diversify the local economy. [Read More]
A Farmington man has been accused of stabbing another man during an argument at a Farmington park. [Read More]
A Farmington couple accused of first-degree child abuse charges face new charges after an infant tested positive for methamphetamine. [Read More]
Midland pulls away to top D-BAT for the title        ... [Read More]
Gubernatorial candidate Steve Pearce said he would try to find companies to buy the San Juan Generating Station and other area coal-fired power plants... [Read More]
Karis Begaye resigned from the Navajo Nation Office of the President and Vice President.        ... [Read More]
All schools in the Central Consolidated School District will have a two-hour weather delay on Tuesday. [Read More]
Bryson Dowdy's production this season has been off the charts, but he also has a calming effect on his Bronco teammates. [Read More]
The Bloomfield City Council approved applying for capital outlay funding from the state Legislature for two projects. [Read More]
Kim and Mark Coufal have opened a new sign franchise called FASTSIGNS in the Silver Ridge Plaza. [Read More]
While January has received more precipitation than average years, it has not seen as much snow... [Read More]
The Navajo Nation Council selected LoRenzo Bates, who represents six chapters in the Northern Agency, as speaker today. [Read More]
San Juan County schools will start two-hours late today because of bad driving conditions related to a storm. [Read More]
Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye, right, gives the State of the Nation address to the tribal council at the winter session on Monday in Window... [Read More]
Hanna Skandera says Martinez's policies must be enacted or high school grad rates could fall after hitting record highs. [Read More]
The $5 million in emergency funds will go to programs and services under the tribe's Department of Family Services. [Read More]
Mrs. New Mexico worked with Sen. Steve Neville to draft legislation that would increase fines for distracted driving. [Read More]
Farmington schools is preparing for a $26 million bond election that fund renovations, repairs at most district schools. [Read More]
The Bobcats used a strong second quarter to get past Aztec at home. [Read More]
The Broncos put a rough first quarter in the rear-view mirror by outplaying the Scorpions down the stretch. [Read More]
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