After more than a century of stories, a new story is being written...... The City of Farmington hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at Orchard Park in celebration of the new Downtown Farmington Revitalization, Complete Streets project.
The Farmington Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony featuring the newly formed Lift Each Other Up Foundation. This event, "Yoga with the Mayor" (with Farmington Mayor Nate Duckett), brought attention to this non-profit's mission, to reach people in need w...
Mayor Nate Duckett addressed local media representatives regarding our new water park facility to be opening soon. The Bisti Bay at Brookside Park grand opening will be held on July 13th with free admission to the first 500 people, thanks to the Farmington Lions Club.
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Losing a loved one is heart-wrenching. Rick Quevedo from Desert View Family Counseling interviews Amber Hale about life after suicide as they gear up for the fourth annual Love for Thad event to be held on June 29th.
Class 43 of the San Juan County Criminal Justice Training Authority graduated on Friday. 19 new police recruites will be field training with their hiring agency for the next few months to complete their law enforcement basic training.
Curious about all of the activity around Miller Ave and Pinon St? The City of Farmington has purchased the old Graves Oil & Gas property that has been vacant for years and are working to render the property safe for future use.