Epicurean Adventure: Discover 6 Unforgettable Fast Food Stops in Farmington
This article presents a list of 6 popular fast food joints located in Farmington. Have you had the chance to visit any of these places yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below.
San Juan County ballot recount will take place Monday, clerk says
A recount of ballots in three San Juan County races that was ordered Nov. 28 by the New Mexico State Canvass Board will begin at 9 a.m. Monday, Dec. 4 and is expected to take two days, according to County Clerk Tanya Shelby. The three San Juan County races are...
Farmington Mayor Nate Duckett looks ahead to challenges of second term
Duckett began his career in public office in Farmington by being elected to the City Council in 2014. He was elected mayor in 2018. A consolidation of municipal elections and a shift in the election calendar led to Duckett serving a five-and-a-half-year first term. Nearing the end of what he...
Bite into Deliciousness: Farmington's Top 3 Burger Experiences
This piece presents three exceptional burgers you can find in Farmington. Have you had the pleasure of tasting any of them already? If you have, we invite you to share your experiences in the comments section below.
Calendar of events for Nov. 30 through Dec. 6
The Festival of Trees continues Thursday, Nov. 30 through Saturday, Dec. 2 at the Farmington Civic Center, 200 W. Arrington St. Hours are 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. Free, but some events require an admission charge. Call 505-427-9399.
Riverglo cancelled because of forecast, but San Juan College luminarias event still on
Officials at Farmington’s River Reach Foundation, the nonprofit organization that presents the annual Riverglo celebration, decided Thursday morning to cancel this year’s event, which was planned for Friday, Dec. 1 in Berg Park along the Animas River, because of anticipated bad weather. D’Ann Waters, the president of the River Reach Foundation board, said even through no precipitation had fallen as of Thursday morning, the National Weather Service forecast was bleak enough to lead foundation officials to make...
The gas price fluctuate between $3.43 and $3.83 in Aztec as of 2023-12-02. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Saturday is $3.247, a week ago the price is $3.259 , according to AAA.
Savor the Morning: Exploring 3 Must-Try Breakfast & Brunch Locations in Farmington
In this article, we explore three delightful breakfast and brunch spots in Farmington. Have you had the chance to experience any of these eateries? If so, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
Farmington Residents Invited to Participate in 60th Annual Christmas Lighting Contest
The City of Farmington and Farmington's Noonday Civitans are jointly organizing the 60th Annual Christmas Lighting Contest. The contest is open to residential properties within the city limits. Applications are open until December 18, 2023. Entry forms are available at the Farmington Museum at City Hall and can be submitted via email, mail, or in person.
New Mexico remains free of canine respiratory disease - for now
An unidentified respiratory disease that has plagued dogs in a handful of states across the country has not turned up in New Mexico or San Juan County, but several cases have been reported in Colorado, leading to concerns the ailment may soon spread here. Stacie Voss, the animal welfare director...
Discover Farmington's Top 3 Unmissable Bakeries
In this article, we're exploring three exceptional bakeries located in Farmington. Have you had the chance to visit any of these delightful spots yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments below!
Farmington HVAC company installs three free furnaces for local families
This year’s winners include a single mother with four children, an injured oilfield worker and a great-grandmother. All three homeowners had a new furnace installed before Thanksgiving. Several other local companies contributed to the program, including M&R Plumbing, Chick-fil-A, Majestic Electric, Aspen Leaf and San Juan Signs. Winter will...
Nonprofits bring hope to domestic violence victims on Navajo Nation, here’s how you can help
BLANDING — You can help bring hope to those impacted by domestic violence on the Navajo Nation. KSL TV spoke to an advocate who is holding an event this week to raise awareness and money for more resources. There are two shelters on the Navajo Nation where women and...
A New Mexican Christmas Welcome
The annual Christmas parade, “A New Mexico Christmas” will help kick-off the holiday season in downtown Farmington. Mark your calendars for the 21st annual Festival of Trees with activities for the whole family. It’s time to nominate an individual or business for the Farmington Chamber of Commerce’s Business and Citizen of the Year, and if you’re looking for an excellent volunteer opportunity, become a CASA Volunteer with Childhaven, Inc.. By Hannah Robertson. This story is sponsored by Traegers Bar and Ace Hardware in Farmington
Echoes of the Anasazi: Unraveling the Mysteries of La Plata's Ancient Inhabitants
Nestled within the heart of La Plata, the ancient whispers of the Anasazi, or Ancient Pueblo People, reverberate through time, leaving a legacy of enigmas and admiration. Flourishing between 1000 B.C. and A.D. 1300, this advanced culture crafted a mosaic of ruins and relics that continue to enchant those who tread upon their ancient grounds. Known for their agricultural, artisanal, and architectural prowess, the Anasazi cultivated the harsh terrain, creating a civilization that was both in tune with and a master of their environment.
After more than a decade, mixed-use development near Kirtland AFB ready to expand
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Echoes of Commerce and Culture: The Legacy of Blanco Trading Post
Nestled in the Four Corners region's scenic landscape, the historic Blanco Trading Post stands as a proud relic of the area's rich trading history. Established in the 1920s by Wilfred 'Tabby' and Jim Brimhall, this New Mexico landmark was once a lively center for cultural exchange and commerce, connecting the Navajo Nation with visitors eager to acquire Native American crafts, jewelry, and artifacts. Even though the post ceased operations in 2010, the stories and memories of Blanco's bustling past continue to resonate.
Dive into Deliciousness: Uncover Farmington's Top 3 Traditional American Dishes
This piece presents an exploration of three quintessential American dishes found in Farmington. Have you had the chance to taste any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Exploring the Legacy of the Ancestral Puebloans in Farmington, New Mexico
Nestled in the high desert of New Mexico, Farmington stands as a modern portal to an ancient past. The Ancestral Puebloans, once flourishing in this arid region, left behind an architectural legacy that includes the Aztec Ruins National Monument and Salmon Ruins. These sites provide visitors with a unique glimpse into a civilization that thrived between the 11th and 13th centuries, revealing the ingenuity of these ancient peoples in astronomy, architecture, and agriculture.
As weather turns colder, NTEC officials expect demand for free coal to increase
Last year, NTEC made 186 bulk deliveries to 84 sites on the Navajo Nation. The system operates on a ticket basis through local chapter houses. Each ticket holder receives 1 ton of coal. Officials at the Navajo Transitional Energy Company anticipate that a coal-giveaway program they have operated for the...