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YARD SALE SIGNS IN THE CITY OF AZTEC

With warmer weather here garage sale season is in full swing. At this time we would like to remind you of the rules and regulations regarding garage sales and garage sale signs. Any person proposing to carry on a garage sale shall be subject to...

FUN RUN NEEDS VOLUNTEERS

Aztec Trails and Open Spaces (ATOS) is looking for volunteers to help with the 2017 Earth Day 5K & 10K Fun Run Saturday April 22, 2017. The race will begin at Aztec Ruins National Monument. Please contact Christ Martinez at 505-860-4403 if you are...

AZTEC POLICE DEPARTMENT

Chevis Lefebvre-Baade, 33, Espanola, Aggravated Driving While Under the Influence of Liquor and/or Drugs (.16 or above)(1st Offense) Maynard Harrison, 43, Bloomfield, Failure to Pay - Mag; In State Fugitive; Aggravated Driving While Under the...

DRUG TAKE BACK DAY

Many of us have unused or expired prescription drugs in our cabinets. These drugs can be very dangerous if they fall into the wrong hands. Prescription drugs should not be taken by anyone except those for whom they have been prescribed. Misuse of...

GORES JOINS PTNNM

Margaret Gores, MSPT, has recently joined Physical Therapy of Northern New Mexico practice out of Durango, Colorado. She received her Master's degree in Physical Therapy from Duke University, and has ...

KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION

McCoy and Lydia Rippey will be holding Kindergarten preregistration on Mondays from April 24 until May 15th. The registrations will be 2-4 pm in the office of each school. Please bring birth certificate, shot record, and proof of residence...

LOCAL LEADERS GRADUATE

Leadership New Mexico is pleased to announce the following leaders among the 24 statewide professionals who recently graduated from the fifteenth Local Government Leadership Program: Jim Crowley, San ...

SAN JUAN COUNTY COMMISSION MEETS

At their regular meeting on April 18, San Juan County Commissioners approved amendments to the design and construction of a walking path for Kirtland Schools. NMDOT awarded a grant for the walking...

SAN JUAN COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Hosteen Valencia, 26, Albuquerque, Tail Lamps Required; Driver must be Licensed; Driving While Under the Influence of Liquor and/or Drugs (.08) (1st); Open Container Theresa George, 48, Kirtland, Battery against a household member - Misd Jamie...

BLOOMFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT

Natalie Martinez, 32, BMC - Trespassing Raymond Perea, 57, Aztec, WXT-Failure to Appear Regina Baier, 34, Bloomfield, Concealing Identity Gerald Sylvester, 47, Nageezi, WXT-Failure to Comply; WXT-Failure to Appear; WXT-Failure to Comply Arlinda...

LADY TIGERS QUALIFY FOR STATE

Aztec High School hosted the Aztec Varsity Invitation Golf Tournament Monday, April 17 at Aztec Municipal Golf Course. Durango, Miyamura, Farmington, Shiprock and Kirtland were all represented at...

BIG SATURDAY NIGHT AT AZTEC SPEEDWAY

With the big show in the books I can't thank everyone enough for coming to Aztec Speedway. After what has seemed like forever waiting on this race, it has finally come and gone. I think everyone,...

FISHING REPORT

Animas River: Water flow near Aztec on Monday morning was 2,050 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. Chama River: Monday morning water flows below El Vado and Abiquiu were 1,410 cfs and...

TIGER BASEBALL

This last week was a bit of a roller coaster ride for Tiger Baseball. They started off the week by beating Bloomfield 6-0 at home, lost to Farmington 4-3 at home, then capped off the week with a 12-0 win over Gallup Bengals on the road. The game of...

FLY FISHING SEMINAR

San Juan Fly Fishing Federation will be holding a free fly fishing seminar on Saturday, April 29, from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm, at the Cottonwood Campground Day Use area below Navajo Dam. There will be a variety of practical fly fishing topics presented...

LOCAL ECONOMY, WHY YOUR OPINION MATTERS

San Juan County is undeniably and intrinsically tied to the carbon energy industry. We are always at the ready to assist and defend our key industry partners to ensure they remain viable parts of our ...

SOREHEADS, AN AZTEC TRADITION

Rumor has it in the late 1960's a local banker was taking a stroll through a small town when he saw a sign advertising their "six old soreheads." Thinking this would be a good, humorous way to bring ...

CHRISTMAS IN MAY

The owners and employees of Basin Home Health & Hospice Inc. and Basin Coordinated Inc. invite the community to a remembrance of Denise Vidunas, former COO, on the anniversary of her death. The companies will also announce the creation of a...

YOUR (FUTURE) PETS OF THE WEEK

Starla is a 2 year old husky mix who came to us as a stray. She is a little more reserved at first but warms up quickly to people. Huskies are known escape artists so a well secured yard is a must...

EVENTS

April 21 • INVITATIONAL RECYCLED Art Show, Feat of Clay, INFO: 505-334-4335 • AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURAL ARTS FESTIVAL, Aztec Ruins, 505-334-6174 • EARTH DAY, Aztec Ruins, 505-334-6174 • ATOS NOT QUITE 5K, Riverside Park, INFO:...

SAN JUAN COLLEGE ORCHESTRA

The SJC Orchestra will perform their final performance of the school year Friday, April 21, at 7 p.m., in the Henderson Fine Arts Performance Hall. The orchestra, conducted by Dr. Teun Fetz, assistant professor of Music, will play music by...

SAN JUAN COLLEGE CONCERT CHOIR & COMPANY

The San Juan College Choir and Company groups will rock the evening away with you at the spring concert, Friday, April 28, at 7 p.m., in the Henderson Fine Arts Center Performance Hall. The Concert Choir will present a diverse and exciting...

SENIOR ARTS EXHIBITION

New Mexico School for the Arts Visual Art Seniors will present their final exhibition, “ambivalence,” May 5th-21st, 2017 at the Santa Fe Community Gallery, 201 West Marcy St. Santa Fe, NM 87501. The title of the show nods to the artist’s...

FAMILY GAME DAY AND MOVIE NIGHT

San Juan College will host Family Game Day and Movie Night on Friday, May 19. Family Game Day will be held from 4-7 p.m. in the Learning Commons Plaza and the Henderson Fine Arts Center. Family Movie Night will feature The Lego Batman Movie...

WOMEN OF THE WILD WEST

Experience history coming to life when VanAnn Moore brings to life, Amazing Women of the Wild West: A Territorial Chautauqua as Dona Tules Barcelo, Susan Shelby Magoffin, and Lydia Spencer Lane, Friday, April 28, at 7 p.m., in the Little Theatre....

CELEBRATE NATIONAL PARKS WEEK

National Park Week takes place April 15-23. Don’t miss this opportunity to visit Aztec Ruins National Monument and Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Both parks celebrated Junior Ranger Day on April 15. If you haven’t been to Aztec Ruins...

HEALTHY LIVING

As noted in last week’s column about vitamin D, vitamins are substances that the body can’t make that are necessary in trace amounts for normal metabolic functioning. Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) is a water-soluble vitamin (as opposed to...

OBITUARIES

Aztec Todd B. Giron March 2, 1975 - April 2, 2017 Todd B. Giron, 42 of Aztec, our dearly beloved father, son brother, nephew, cousin and friend, passed away on Sunday, April 2, 2017 in Farmington....

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