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 By Jacque Ritchie    News    December 8, 2017 

AZTEC SHOCKED BY SHOOTING

Aztec NM: Three people are dead as a result of an early morning shooting rampage at Aztec High School. Two students are reportedly victims and the third person is the suspected gunman. On Thursday,...

 

OUR CONDOLENCES

Dec. 7, Aztec, NM - The Staff at The Aztec Local News (TALON) offer our condolences and prayers to the families of the children affected by the tragic events today at Aztec High School. As parents and grandparents, we share your grief and horror....

 
 By Jacque Ritchie    News    December 8, 2017 

PROPOSED ZONING CHANGE

A land-use hearing will be held on Tuesday, December 12 at 6 PM at City Hall. At the hearing, residents will have the opportunity to weigh in on a proposed zoning change. The property located at 308/312 Main Street (just south of Miss Gails’ Inn)...

 

CHRISTMAS TREE PERMITS

The Bureau of Land Management Farmington District is selling Christmas tree cutting permits at the Farmington Field Office, LOCATED AT 6251 College Blvd, Suite A, Farmington. The permit allows cutting one piñon pine or juniper tree on designated...

 

TAX VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

AARP Tax-Aide needs volunteers interested in helping low and moderate income taxpayers in our community. All training and materials are FREE, and all Tax-Aides attend classes and train on-line. Classes are scheduled for January. Basic computer...

 

AZTEC POLICE DEPT.

In the United States, people are innocent until proven guilty. The people on this list have not had their day in court, and have not been convicted of the charges. Roman Medrano, 18, Farmington, WXT-FTA, Ray Lopez, 44, Aztec, Criminal Trespass Nick...

 

SAN JUAN COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT

Gary Houston, 34, Farmington, Possession of a controlled substance - 4th Degree Felony; Possesion of Drug Paraphernalia-Mag; Possession of marijuana or synthetic connabinoids (1 oz or less) (1st offense) - Petty; WXT-Failure to Comply; WXT-Failure...

 

SCHOOL BITS

School Bits Aztec High School Remember to save the date! Playmakers will be performing their production of “A 21st Century Christmas Carol” on December 14-16th, 2017 at 7 p.m. All credit recovery class will need to be completed December 14th....

 
 By Coach Eighme    News    December 8, 2017 

PARK AVENUE ELEMENTARY TURKEY TROT

On November 17th, Park Avenue Elementary had our Turkey Trot race. In an effort to get all students involved and excited about fitness, a race was planned and sponsored by several businesses in the...

 
 By Jacque Ritchie    News    December 8, 2017 

FINDING JIM

The National Crime Information Center (NCIC) reports approximately 486 people are listed as missing in New Mexico. Twenty-two people from San Juan County are missing including nine people from Aztec...

 
 By Jessica Polity    News    December 8, 2017 

BLOOMFIELD SENIO CENTER NEWS

The Annual Holiday Cookie Sale began on Nov. 16 and will continue through Dec. 21. Seven kinds of cookies will be baked on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Flavors include: Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, Gingersnaps, Biscochitos,...

 
 By Amy Garcia    News    December 8, 2017 

BLOOMFIELD CHAMBER LUNCHEON

Bloomfield Chamber will be holding its annual Christmas meeting at 11:30 AM on Wednesday, December 13th at the Multicultural Center. We will not have a speaker this month, instead we are having a fun gift exchange and we ask for everyone who attends...

 

BLOOMFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT

In the United States, people are innocent until proven guilty. The people on this list have not had their day in court, and have not been convicted of the charges. Albert Armstrong, 59, Nageezi, BMC - Lewd or immoral acts; BMC - resisting or...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    December 1, 2017

CITY VOTES TO KEEP HUB

When Aztec City Commissioners met on Nov. 28, they knew they had a difficult decision to make - whether or not to go ahead with the purchase of the HUB/Business Incubator building located at 119 E....

 

MCCOY STUDENTS DONATE TO ANIMAL SHELTER

McCoy Avenue Elementary school has instituted a Student Ambassador Program. This program has representatives from each classroom that actively support and work for ways to better our school and the...

 
 By Renee Bailey    News    December 1, 2017

ON TRACK FOR NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP

Aztec has reason to be proud of one of its sons. Brandon McReynolds, an Aztec High School student, is a semi-finalist for the National Merit Scholarship. The process to reach the semi-finalist stage...

 
 By TALON Staff    News    December 1, 2017

SAN JUAN COUNTY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER ACHIEVES EXCELLENCE

San Juan County Communications Authority has successfully completed the intensive 20-step process to re-accredit as an Accredited Center of Excellence (ACE). The communication center is the 194th emergency dispatch center in the world to attain...

 

20 YEARS IN AZTEC

Kelly Berhost reached a major milestone this year. Berhost is celebrating 20 years of helping Aztec residents protect what matters most to them – their families, their homes, their automobiles and their lives. “Time flies! It feels like just...

 

AZTEC POLICE DEPARTMENT

In the United States, people are innocent until proven guilty. The people on this list have not had their day in court, and have not been convicted of the charges. Clifton Giles, 58, Aztec, Disorderly Conduct Tina Ulrich, 46, Aztec, Driving While...

 

SAN JUAN COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT

In the United States, people are innocent until proven guilty. The people on this list have not had their day in court, and have not been convicted of the charges. Chee Nelson, 58, Shiprock, Violation of restraining order prohibiting domestic...

 
 By David Lawson    News    December 1, 2017

LITTLE SCHOOL THAT COULD

The residents of San Juan county have a little school in Aztec, located and sponsored by the brothers of San Juan Masonic Lodge #25 (the Freemasons). It’s a special school, one that teaches dyslexic children how to read, with absolutely no cost to...

 
 By Lisa Bailey    News    December 1, 2017

FOOTBALL BOOSTERS

Tiger Nation is how AHS Football Booster Club President Laci Phillips refers to Aztec. An Aztec graduate herself, Laci is excited to be a part of building the football booster club and helping to make...

 
 By Dorothy Nobis    News    December 1, 2017

FITNESS CENTER THRIVING

When the City of Bloomfield was forced to cut expenses last summer, one of the services the city considered cutting was the Fitness Center. The center shares space with the Bloomfield Public Library...

 

CITY OF BLOOMFIELD APPROVES ELECTION DATES

The Bloomfield City Council approved Resolution 2017-18 Municipal General Election March 6, 2018, at the regular meeting of the council on November 28. There are four positions up for election - the mayor, two city council seats and the municipal...

 

BLOOMFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT

In the United States, people are innocent until proven guilty. The people on this list have not had their day in court, and have not been convicted of the charges. Ferguson Tso, 36, Crownpoint, WXT-Failure to Appear; WXT-Failure to Appear Cassie...

 

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