This Week in Sports

Cameron Bairstow is team’s most improved player
By: superuser
last updated: 12-13-2013
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, University of New Mexico senior Cameron Bairstow is one of the most improved players I’ve seen come through the basketball program. When he signed with UNM from Australia, the Lobos had no idea what t...



Gautsche, Carrier will miss last two Lobo games
By: superuser
last updated: 11-22-2013
UNM football coach Bob Davie announced quarterback Cole Gautsche and running back Kasey Carrier will miss the final two games of the season because of concussion symptoms. For Gautsche, this is at least the third time in 13 months he has missed acti...



This Week in Sports
By: superuser
last updated: 11-15-2013
One down, many more to come. University of New Mexico men’s basketball coach Craig Neal won his first game as head coach beating Alabama A&M, 88-52. “I was nervous again,” said Neal following the win. Despite his nerves, Neal was motivati...



Topic has now trickled down to college level
By: superuser
last updated: 11-08-2013
The hot topic in the NFL this week is the alleged verbal abuse involving a pair of Miami Dolphins. If you’re not familiar with the story, here’s a quick recap. The Dolphins offensive lineman, Richie Incognito, was suspended indefinitely for condu...



This Week in Sports
By: superuser
last updated: 10-25-2013
Just when you thought the University of New Mexico football team was showing signs of life, they take two steps back. A couple weeks after beating the Aggies, the Lobos got run over by the Aggies. UNM lost to Utah State, 45-10 – and it wasn’t eve...



This Week in Sports
By: superuser
last updated: 10-11-2013
Last week’s column revolved around UNM football coach Bob Davie being asked if he expected to beat the Aggies every year. I can now say I expected the Lobos to beat the Aggies on Saturday, but I didn't expect UNM to put up 66 points. UNM pounded th...



This Week in Sports
By: superuser
last updated: 10-04-2013
Should the Lobos expect to beat the Aggies? Bob Davie says no. I say yes. The University of New Mexico will host New Mexico State Saturday night at University Stadium. For Lobo and Aggie fans, it’s the game of the year. Win this one and you have b...



College presents contemporary art works of Marcus Cadman
By: superuser
last updated: 12-20-2013
The San Juan College Art Department will present the contemporary American Indian art of Marcus Cadman from Jan. 10 to Jan. 31 in the Henderson Fine Arts Center Art Gallery. The show, titled Game Changer: Contemporary Paintings & Sculptures of Ma...

Community grieves loss of well respected Code Talker
By: superuser
last updated: 12-20-2013
Wilfred Billey was an educator, hardworker, and a beloved resident in Farmington. He also was a World War II Navajo Code Talker and helped his country defeat the Japanese by using a Navajo code that was never deciphered.  Billey passed away on Dec....

New library card designs
last updated: 04-25-2014
New summer hours Library releases new library card designs May 1.     The Farmington Public Library will release its new library card designs on Thursday, May 1. Eight different designs will be offered, each featuring a photograph taken by a local ...


Comrie-Picard visits Treadworks
last updated: 04-11-2014
Comrie-Picard visits Treadworks BFGoodrich performance team member ventures on 3,000-mile trip   Professional rally driver and BFGoodrich Performance Team Member Andrew Comrie-Picard faces one of his toughest challenges as he embarks on a 16-...
Week of the Young Child
last updated: 03-24-2014
Week of the Young Child SJC hosts week of activities to highlight needs of young children   The San Juan College Child and Family Development Center, in conjunction with the National Association for the Education of Young Children, will celebrate ...
FMS begins March 3 New Mexico Standards Based Assessment
last updated: 02-28-2014
FMS begins March 3   New Mexico Standards Based Assessment   The Farmington Municipal Schools will begin assessing its students with the New Mexico Standards Based Assessment from March 3 to March 20, 2014.  All students in grades 3-8, H2 (se...
College hosts financial aid workshops
last updated: 01-31-2014
Are you planning to attend college in the fall of 2014?  Need help with your financial aid?  San Juan College, in conjunction with the FAFSA Free-for-All program, will host a series of free financial aid workshops, February, March, April and May to...
Accident kills two, injures infant
last updated: 12-06-2013
Two people are dead after a fatal car accident this morning. The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office responded to the head-on collision shortly after 6 a.m. Dec. 6 on U.S. 64 near County Road 6800. After investigating the incident it was determined t...

Aggies beat Lobos 67-61 at the Pit
By: superuser
last updated: 12-20-2013
Round 2 of the Rio Grande Rivalry goes to New Mexico State. The Aggies beat the Lobos 67-61 at the Pit on Tuesday night. “It’s not just another win,” said NMSU head coach Marvin Menzies. “It’s a big win.” The Lobos were without point gua...


About 17 tons of grapes arrive at Wines of the San Juan
By: superuser
last updated: 08-23-2013
Nearly 60 tons of grapes will be pressed during Wines of the San Juan Grape Crush Season, which marks the beginning of the winemaking process every year. The season begins in August and will go through September. “That’s when the grapes are pick...