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 By Debbie Israel    News    May 19, 2017 

CITY HOLDS SPECIAL MEETING TO DISCUSS $2 MILLION PREPAYMENT

by Debbie Israel On May 15, Aztec City Commissioners held two meetings, the first, a workshop to further discuss utility rates; and the second, a special meeting to discuss a proposed amendment to...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    May 19, 2017 

AZTEC MOURNS

On May 12, retired Engineer Jimmie Crawford (Farmington Fire Dept.), his wife Melissa, and two children Grant, 4 years old, and Chace, 2 years old, were killed in a automobile accident on Highway...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    May 19, 2017 

BANK ROBBERY

On May 11, at approximately 2 pm, the Four Corners Community Bank in Aztec was robbed by an unidentified man. After leaving the bank, the vehicle allegedly went north on Lightplant Road causing...

 
 By Dale Anderson    News    May 19, 2017 

AZTEC GRADS COMPETE IN ARIZONA

New Mexico State University engineering students from Aztec spent three days successfully competing in the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Design Build Fly competition held in Tucso...

 
 By Susan Kerschion    News    May 19, 2017 

RIBBON CUTTING

The Aztec Chiropractic Center held a ribbon cutting ceremony May 10. The Aztec Chamber of Commerce was represented by Vangie & Leonard Neil and Theresa Bailey. Summer Graham and Timber Everett...

 
 News    May 19, 2017 

AZTEC POLICE DEPARTMENT

Steven Wickings, 29, Aztec, Failure to Appear - Misdemeanor; WXT-Contempt; Tyler Dobson, 25, Bloomvield, WXT-FTA; Unlawful Possesion of Marijuana - Azt. Mun; Driving while License Suspended/Revoked; Display of Registration Plates and Temporary...

 
 News    May 19, 2017 

BLOOMFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT

Kathleen Werito, 47, Nageezi, Concealing Identity Ernest Begay, 37, Farmington, Aggravated assault - 4th Degree Felony; Aggravated assault - 4th Degree Felony; Aggravated assault - 4th Degree Felony; Failure to Comply - Municipal Jeffery Whisenhunt,...

 
 News    May 19, 2017 

PRESENTING THE AHS CLASS OF 2017

AHS Honor Graduates (Top 10%) James Patrick Alire Danielle T. Andrews Ashlynn D. Atwood Brianna R. Bradford Ashlynn Bradley Cierah C. Clowe Kaitlyn D. Cutbirth Dalton G. DeBerry Raelynn Dusenbery...

 
 By Amy Hayes    News    May 19, 2017 

PROM TIME

My name is Amy Hayes and I teach special needs kids at Farmington High School. A few years ago, my co-teacher Kymbr Mordecki started taking our students to prom. She worked hard to get everything for...

 
 News    May 19, 2017 

SAN JUAN COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Jessene Banks, 51, WXT-Failure to Appear Beverly Felker, 19, Farmington, WXT-Failure to Appear; WXT-Failure to Appear; WXT-Failure to Appear; WXT-Failure to Appear; Possesion of Drug Paraphernalia-Mag; Possession of marijuana or synthetic...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    May 19, 2017 

AREA SENIOR CENTERS FORCED TO MAKE CUTS

Area senior centers are feeling the crunch of budgets cuts from the State of New Mexico, and have chosen to close the centers on two days during May. The Centers in Aztec, Bloomfield, Lower Valley...

 
 News    May 19, 2017 

SPRING RIVER FORUM

There will be a Joint Forum of the Animas Watershed Partnership and the San Juan Watershed Group, Thursday, June 1, 6-7:30pm, at the Farmington Civic Center. Please join us for a presentation by Dr. Heidi Steltzer, Associate Professor of Biology,...

 
 News    May 19, 2017 

LOZIER RETIRES FROM AZTEC LIBRARY

Karen Lozier, who has worked at Aztec Public Library for 27 years, is retiring at the end of May, 2017. We spent some time with Karen reflecting on her almost 30 years of service in the community. Kar...

 
 By Susan Kerschion    News    May 19, 2017 

COWBOY DAYS AT MCCOY

Howdy partner! On Friday, May 5 McCoy Elementary School had their "Cowboy Day." It was a full day of fun activities for all the kids. They had stick horse races, roped a bale of hay (it was a cow),...

 
 News    May 19, 2017 

AZTEC SCHOOL BOARD PRESENTS AWARDS

Judy Englehart, Federal Programs Director and Tania Prokop, Deputy Supt., were both awarded the New Mexico School Board Association "Excellence in Student Achievement" Award at the May meeting of the...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    May 12, 2017

CITY LISTENS TO UTILITY CONCERNS

Emotions were running high - anger, fear, frustration, and worry to name a few, when Aztec residents packed the commission room on Monday evening, May 8, to discuss the proposed rate hikes for...

 
 By Ken Bone    News    May 12, 2017

AHS STUDENT EXPELLED OVER SNAPCHAT STORY

In recent news, a local Aztec teen has been expelled in wake of posting a controversial snapchat story. On Easter Sunday, Tyler Clements, a freshmen at Aztec High School posted a picture with a gun on his snapchat with the caption “Don’t come to...

 

AZTEC POLICE DEPARTMENT

Don Comer, 48, Aztec, Accidents Involving Damage to Vehicle; Disorderly House Aaron Canon, 29, Aztec, Driving under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor or Drugs; Driving on Roadways Laned for Traffic; Required Position and Method of Turning at...

 
 By Sally Burbridge    News    May 12, 2017

AZTEC UTILITY RATES

Some additional information that has not been explained previously and to correct a minor statement that has been put to the public. My delay in responding was due to researching specific information so that I could present a more complete picture...

 

AZTEC CITY COMMISSION

At the regular meeting of the Aztec City Commissioners on May 9, commissioners voted to approve a time line to appoint a new commissioners to fill their empty seat. According to that timeline, City Clerk Karla Saylor is now accepting letters of inter...

 

MISSING BANNER

Some time over the 2015-16 school year, 7 banners belonging to the Angels' Garden at McCoy Elementary disappeared. This was not discovered until right before the annual memorial ceremony, last year,...

 

COMPANY NAMED 2017 TECH ELITE 250

"We are grateful to be recognized by CRN and The Channel Company," says Melissa Glick, CEO of Think Network Technologies. "Our growth and success over the years continues to be fueled by the talented...

 
 By TALON Staff    News    May 12, 2017

PLANES, SNOWMOBILES? & HOT RODS

The afternoon started innocently enough; the aroma of motor oil and burnt rubber mingled with barbeque and kettle corn. Deep throated rumbling reverberates between shrill squeals as tires burnout on...

 
 By Leah Thomas    News    May 12, 2017

HOME SWEET HOME

Buying or selling a house is not something most of people do every day. You may do it once a decade, or even once in a lifetime; an average we see often would be people buying or selling once every...

 
 By Vangie Neil    News    May 12, 2017

DOES YOUR BUSINESS REQUIRE NTTCS?

Are you a business that requires NTTCs (Non-Taxable Transaction Certificates)? An NTTC is commonly used to avoid double and triple-charging gross receipts tax (GRT) as a product goes through...

 

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