About 350 community members turned out for the fourth annual “Celebrity Roast,” featuring Farmington Municipal Schools Superintendent Janel Ryan, on Thursday, May 9, at the newly remodeled Farmington Civic Center.
More than $15,000 was raised for the Four Corners Home for Children, a program of Navajo Ministries in Farmington. The childcare program at Navajo Ministries [Read More...]
Life’s challenges often cause hiccups in a person’s plan. Whether the plan is to find a new job, get married or graduate from school, the hiccups are there blocking the way. This was the case of Shont’e Maes, a 28-year-old Farmington resident, who never graduated from high school.
Maes overcame the hiccups and walked across [Read More...]
The Feb. 2 Second Amendment Rally at Gateway Park was just that. It was a rally to protest the draconian legislation proposed at both the state and federal levels. There was nothing reasonable about the proposals on the table. Had the equivalent legislative proposals been made to curtail the First or Fourth Amendment, the liberals [Read More...]
Walking several days a week can reduce heart disease, which is why San Juan Regional Medical Center’s Cardiology Department recognized National Walking Day on April 3 and organized a community walk along the Berg Park trails in Farmington.
The American Heart Association launched National Walking Day as a way to educate the public about [Read More...]
From springtime through the late fall, many people are subject to seasonal allergies. But people are not the only ones suffering. For our dogs and cats, these same seasons can bring intense itching and discomfort. Yes, it seems our pets can get their own “hay fever.”
It’s a very frustrating and somewhat common situation. Pet [Read More...]