The Aztec Animal Shelter, 825 Sabena is open from noon to 4 p.m. daily.
We LOVE catnip toys and chasing anything that moves. Our names are Jet and Swirly. Jet is a panther looking, 2-year-old male. Swirly is an elegant 1-year-old female Tabby. We are litter box trained, great with kids and other cats. [Read More...]
The Bureau of Land Management would like to increase the size of the Glade Run Recreation Area and create recreation management zones for ATVs, motorcycles, bicycles and horses. This would include the development of a quiet space made up of 5,700 acres closed to motorized use.
The BLM presented the draft plan to its Resource [Read More...]
The Farmington Police Sergeant, who early in his career jumped fully clothed into a swimming pool to save a child from drowning, was released from service Feb. 14, three and a half months before becoming eligible for his retirement.
The city of Farmington let Detective Sgt. Robert Perez go after a month-long Internal Affairs Investigation [Read More...]
The investigation into the Farmington Convention and Visitor’s Bureau embezzlement of more than $500,000 in taxpayer funds officially was cleared and closed on Jan. 23, 2013. This happened when Farmington Detective Lt. Darin Hardy wrote a one and a half page report to address alleged inconsistencies in the original document produced by Detective Sgt. Robert [Read More...]
The Farmington Animal Shelter is changing under the direction of Marcy Eckhardt, a woman who has dedicated her professional life to updating and upgrading the animal sheltering industry.
Eckhardt, owner of Pro-Shelter, was contracted by the city of Farmington in November 2012 to assist in the transition process from the old shelter on South Lake [Read More...]
During his State of the Union speech on Tuesday, President Barack Obama proposed raising the minimum wage to $9 an hour – and then indexing it to annual increases in the cost of living, so that further raises would be small but automatic every year.
Some liberals complained the wage hike was too small; some [Read More...]
Two little-known Russian and American cities, the places where the nuclear superpowers began their bomb race more than a half-century ago, were separately catapulted into the news last weekend by a coincidence of unrelated events.
One suddenly became ground zero for a celestial occurrence. The other was victimized by subterranean happenstance. Together they are A [Read More...]
The Farmington City Council recently voted to spend $135,000 on an open-ended gateway project letting drivers know they have entered Historic Downtown Farmington.
After a lengthy discussion during the Feb. 12 Council meeting, the Council was split on whether or not to approve the project that includes “gateway” signs and an art piece in Orchard [Read More...]
Feat of Clay will feature jeweler Raymond O. Tsosie and photographer Louise Long for the Feb. 22 through March 16 show.
The will be an opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22, at Feat of Clay Gallery, 107 S. Main Ave. in Aztec.
Tsosie became disabled after losing a lung to [Read More...]
UNO Tournament – All Ages
The Farmington Recreation Center, 1101 Fairgrounds Road, will hold their 2nd annual UNO Tournament. It’s the game everyone loves to play! The big day is Saturday, Feb. 23, and play begins at 6 p.m. This is an intergenerational event, but to be eligible you must be at least 7 years [Read More...]