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HIGHLAND GAMES

Saturday, Oct. 7, was a perfect golden autumn day in Aztec. Riverside Park was the sight of the 6th annual Celtic Highland Games and the park looked lovely with the sun sparkling on the Animas with...

 

OCTOBER EVENTS AT AZTEC RUINS

Aztec Ruins National Monument will be hosting two special events during the month of October. Chief of Interpretation Nathan Hatfield said, "Connecting with our local community through events that...

 

NUCLEAR NM AT SJC

Experience history coming to life when Dr. M. Jimmie Killingsworth presents, Nuclear New Mexico: The Tour, on Friday, October 20, 7 p.m., in the San Juan College Little Theatre. First there was eco-tourism. Now there is nuclear tourism. The two have...

 

THE DARK TOWER

The San Juan College Student Activities office is presenting a series of family movies. The Dark Tower will be shown on Friday, October 27, at 7 p.m. at the Henderson Fine Arts Center Performance Hall. Roland Deschain (Idris Elba), the last...

 

BEATLEMANIA ON THE UKE

One just can’t go wrong with a night of Beatle music on a uke. Bring your ukes, drums, bass, tambourines or whatever it takes for you to be part of the evening on Monday, Oct. 16, 6-8 PM, at the Smiley Cafe, 1309 E. 3rd Ave., downtown Durango....

 

YOUR (FUTURE) PETS OF THE WEEK

Phil is an adorable, playful 1 year old Boston Terrier mix. Phil is good with other dogs and LOVES people. He likes to play and run and would love to come to your house to stay. Come meet Phil today....

 

FUTURE CHEERLEADERS, DANCERS PERFORM

The future cheerleaders have been practicing this past week and will be performing at halftime of the AHS football on Oct. 13. The future Tiger Paw Dancers are practicing on Oct. 17-19, and will perform at halftime of the football game on Oct....

 

ARTIFACT OF THE WEEK

Take a look back in time with one of America's most popular forms of entertainment in the late 1800s and early 1900s, the stereoscope. This particular model is known as a Holmes Stereo Viewer and was...

 

SASSY LADIES

The Sassy Ladies Red Hat Group revisited the Roaring 20s at their meeting on Oct. 9. Pictured: back, Darlene Wilson, Jackie Robinson, Donna Raney, Marily Wood; seated, Queen Lorraine Phillips, Debbie...

 

WHO ARE THESE LADIES?

Do you know the identity of these former Aztec residents? They've all left our beautiful city now, and live in Farmington. Photo (and witch hats) contributed by Richard Rielley...

 

ASTROLOGY

ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, if you have a gut feeling about something but not much tangible proof to back up your suspicions, use your intuition as a guide. It seldom leads you astray. TAURUS Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, racing through all of your...

 

HARLEY'S HUMOR

Why did the physics teacher break up with the biology teacher? There was no chemistry. I asked my daughter if she’d seen my newspaper. She told me that newspapers are old school. She said that people use tablets nowadays and handed me her iPad....

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

OCTOBER Oct. 13 • BOAT & FLOAT FESTIVAL, Farmington Aquatic Center, 4:30-7:30 PM, 505-599-1167 • RECITAL SERIES, Brandon Christensen on violin and Marilyn Mangold on Piano, 7 pm, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango, 419 San Juan Drive, D...

 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Anyone interested in helping out with the Aztec Sparkles Christmas Festival on December 9, please contact the Aztec Chamber of Commerce. (505) 334-9551 or e-mail new.aztecchamber.com...

 

KILT UP FOR THE HIGHLAND GAMES

Get ready! The first weekend of October brings San Juan County the Sixth Annual Aztec Highland Games and Celtic Festival at Riverside Park in Aztec. The family friendly event features incredible athle...

 

ANNUAL AWARDS PRESENTED AT BANQUET

The highlight of the Aztec Chamber of Commerce's annual banquet is always the naming of Business of the Year, Citizen of the Year and Educator of the Year. Chamber President Teri Bailey had the...

 

BROADENING HORIZONS

The Citizens Bank Broadening Horizons Lecture Series presents a special lecture by George McGraw, founder and executive director of the DIGDEEP Water Project, Tuesday, October 10, at 6 p.m. in the Little Theatre. The lecture is being held in...

 

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Chandler D. Elote & Almarlena Morgan Aaron Richard Ward & Krystal Lynn McCutchen Orlando Walter & Amber Rae Begay Saymmair Paul Benally & Charmayne Gloria Begay...

 

A WALK WITH GHOSTS

Autumn is upon us and naturally thoughts turn to ghoulish pursuits. If you have an urge to zombie-walk through a graveyard to commune with spirits you are not alone. A 2014 Harris poll reports that...

 

ARTIFACT OF THE WEEK

Many will recognize this early Aztec building. The Citizen's Bank was built on Main Street in 1910 by founder, T. A. Pierce. Pierce caused quite the stir in Aztec when he arrived in 1903 in a rented...

 

LOCALS SOUND OFF

Stevie - These guys make so much money that it's crazy. There's a trickle down effect to consider. They have the right to do it but it's disrespectful to our men and women in uniform. It's a shame it...

 

ASTROLOGY

ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 The people with whom you have been spending your time have enjoyed your company, Aries. Now you have an opportunity to widen your social horizons even further. TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 You have a specific goal in mind and a plan...

 

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