Connie Gotsch Foundation Closing Doors
Farmington Local News
by Local NEWS Network
2d ago
The Connie Gotsch Foundation will close its doors after 11 years of supporting and encouraging local artists and arts programs in San Juan County. Make sure to pick up the 2024-25 sculpture guide, with the 11 new sculptures that have been installed across Downtown Farmington. Mark your calendars for the presentation of the 2024 Paddling Film Festival, taking place May 26th at the Totah Theatre. And at a recent visit to the Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council, Senator Michael Bennet and Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Touton announced $2.3 million in funding for the Pine River Indian Irrigati ..read more
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Historic Bridge Rededicated in Cedar Hill
Farmington Local News
by Local NEWS Network
1w ago
San Juan County officials rededicated the old Cedar Hill Bridge for pedestrian use 110 years after the bridge was first built on April 30th. The bridge was installed by residents in 1914, and for much of its life, the bridge served as the area’s main Animas River crossing. The bridge now connects a two-mile walking loop in Cedar Hill. By Connor Shreve. Watch this story at www.farmingtonlocal.news/newsstories/historic-bridge-rededicated-in-cedar-hill This Story is sponsored by Ace Hardware of Farmington and The Big Idea Makerspace at San Juan College ..read more
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Improving Farmington, Broadband and River Clean-Ups
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by Local NEWS Network
1w ago
Four Corners Economic Development and the Alliance for Navajo Broadband are hosting a conference on broadband planning and development efforts in Farmington and San Juan County. Join the Outdoor Recreation Industry Initiative and Desert River Guides for a clean-up along the Animas River Corridor, and with the weather warming up, San Juan County Sheriff’s Office reminds you to keep your furry furriends safe and cool. By Hannah Robertson.  Watch this story at www.farmingtonlocal.news/newsstories/improving-farmington-broadband-and-river-clean-ups  This story is sponsored by Distill Be ..read more
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Farmington Baseball Primed for Stretch Run
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by Local NEWS Network
2w ago
The Farmington High School Scorpions can extend their season with a win against New Mexico’s number-one team, La Cueva High School. La Cueva is 19-2 coming off a 17-2 win over Sandia. With five games remaining, FHS needs wins to guarantee a postseason berth. By Connor Shreve. Watch this story at www.farmingtonlocal.news/newsstories/farmington-baseball-primed-for-stretch-run  This story is sponsored by Home 2 suites and Boons Family Thai BBQ.  ..read more
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Celebrating Student Filmmakers
Farmington Local News
by Local NEWS Network
3w ago
Celebrate and support young filmmakers at the Film Four Corners Student Film Showcase. The second round of the Student Well-Being and Competency Survey from Farmington Municipal Schools has opened for responses. Responses will help FMS to better address student needs from education to social/emotional development. And San Juan Symphony has a summer line-up full of opportunities, from concerts to workshops and more. By Hannah Robertson. Watch this story at www.farmingtonlocal.news/newsstories/celebrating-student-filmmakers  This story is sponsored by Three Rivers Brewery and Distill Beer ..read more
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Summer Lake Season Kick-Off
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by Local NEWS Network
1M ago
Lake Farmington has kicked off its summer season, offering opportunities for boating, paddleboarding, and kayaking from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily, with the beach opening on May 25th. New this year is an inflatable aqua park at the beach, set to open on Memorial Day weekend. Fort Lewis College will host the Four Corners Climate Summit on April 27th, featuring presentations by climate experts, including a keynote by environmentalist Terry Tempest Williams. Additionally, San Juan County is renewing efforts with Septic Safe San Juan County to educate residents about the dangers of unsecured sep ..read more
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This Weekend: Home & Garden Expo and Farmington Jazz Festival
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by Local NEWS Network
1M ago
San Juan County’s 28th Annual Home & Garden EXPO, brought to you by the San Juan County Home Builders Association, is this weekend, April 12th and 13th, at McGee Park Convention Center. The Farmington Jazz Festival is this Saturday, April 13th, with workshops, live music, and an after hours Jazz Jam. The Theater Ensemble Arts production of Almost Maine opens Friday, April 19th, and runs through Sunday, April 28th at the Totah Theater. New Beginnings is holding its second annual Poker Run on Saturday, April 20th for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. By Rachel Hughes. Watch this story at www.f ..read more
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Gravel Race Series to Showcase Northern New Mexico
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by Local NEWS Network
1M ago
Aztec Adventures three-race gravel series runs from April through October featuring the unique terrain outside Farmington, Aztec, and Blanco. The Galactic Grinder opens the action on April 6th with three distance options for riders of all abilities. Reliant on the energy sector for decades, the sandy washes and windy ridges surrounding Aztec and Farmington offer a scenic and challenging cycling arena easily accessible from a large portion of the Four Corners region. By Connor Shreve.  Watch this story at www.farmingtonlocal.news/newsstories/gravel-race-series-to-showcase-northern-new-mex ..read more
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Animas Action Plan Approval
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by Local NEWS Network
1M ago
High school students and recent graduates are encouraged to apply for paid internships this summer with San Juan County. The Farmington City Council recently approved plans for the revitalization of the Animas District part of Farmington, which includes the Health Hub area, and it’s not too late to sign up for the 100% San Juan County Summit this month. By Hannah Robertson. Watch this story at www.farmingtonlocal.news/newsstories/animas-action-plan-approval  This story is sponsored by Traeger’s Bar and Boon’s Family Thai BBQ ..read more
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Farmington High School Troupe 381 Presents Grease
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by Local NEWS Network
1M ago
Farmington High School Troupe 381 takes us back to Rydell High for a 50’s joyride through one of musical theatre’s favorite high school love stories. Grease runs from March 29th through April 6th at Farmington High School’s Spotlight Theatre. Troupe 381 has grown into a thriving youth theatre program serving around 50 FHS students who participate in all aspects of the production process. Tickets for Grease are available online. By Jessica McCallum.  Watch this story at www.farmingtonlocal.news/newsstories/farmington-high-school-troupe-381-presents-grease  This story is sponsored by ..read more
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