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LODGES HOST MEETING

Recently, Hope Rebekah Lodge #12 of Aztec and San Juan Rebekah Lodge #11 of Farmington hosted Grand Lodge and Rebekah Assembly of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in New Mexico for their Annual...

 

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT

Clay Johnston grins when he remembers with affection how his two younger brothers, Sam and Ralph, got into trouble for smoking. They asked their mother how she had found out and she told them "a littl...

 

CELEBRATING NEW US CITIZENS

Naturalization- "It's like winning the lottery!" That is what newly naturalized American citizen Helen Oliveira exclaimed during a toast at her post citizenship celebration. Friday, August 25, a...

 

IMAGINE BAND DREAMS BIG

Diverse ages, musical influences and distinctive talents are the foundation for an exciting Aztec band. Formed in 2015, The Imagine Band is comprised of students and adults ranging from 12 to 63....

 

BLESSING BOX

According to the San Juan County website 20 percent of the population in SJC live below the poverty line. Flora Vista resident, Melinda Lough decided to lend a helping hand by starting the Blessing...

 

AZTEC MUSEUM

This small Common Prayer book belonged to Reverend C. E. Buelt in 1899 (the hand written name was difficult to read, if you know any information regarding this artifact, please contact the Aztec Museum). At only 2 inches tall, its small size made it...

 

AZTEC MUSEUM

In 1950 Aztec was a thriving town bursting with civic pride. It is no coincidence, then, that the town of Aztec celebrated the 100th anniversary of New Mexico becoming a territory by ordering...

 

LOCALS SOUND OFF ABOUT DADS

Lashaya Snow - Happy Father's Day Tommy Valencia ... the best father and grandfather ever! Shea Bentley - Thank you so much for all you've done to support me. Thank you for making me into the woman I...

 

CIVITANS CELEBRATE 59 YEARS

If one goes to the dictionary and looks up the term "altruism," they would find the word described as: "unselfish concern for the welfare of others." The word epitomizes the code the Farmington...

 

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...

 

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Randy Begay & Della A Begay Jones Beniah & Clara J Garfield Lawrence Harrison Benally & Latricia Lynn John Aaron Matthew Joe & Daisy May Etsitty Jonathan Y Begay Jr & Robyn C Delarue Reynaldo L Yazzie & Sondra Lansing...

 

FOODIES

The most diverse farm I've seen so far in Aztec is Unique Le' Natural, owned and operated by Heather and Brian McCollaum. The McCollaums started five years ago with a few goats, a couple of sheep, a f...

 

OUR OWN ROSIE THE RIVETER

The pressing issues in modern-day cultures change throughout time. What may be common now, wasn't so a generation ago. With everything that changes, it takes people willing to step up and be the...

 

BEARD COMPETITION SLATED

Men – Show off your best beard and mustache at the Apple Blossom Beard and Mustache Competition, Thursday, April 6, beginning at 7 p.m., in the San Juan College Little Theatre.   Sponsored by the San Juan College School of Humanities, and...

 

PINTO RECEIVES AWARD

Congratulations to San Juan College student Shaunte Pinto, who won the $500 15 to Finish Scholarship sponsored by the San Juan College Foundation! The 15 to Finish campaign encourages full-time or...

 

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