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 By Bob Carman    News    April 21, 2017 

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...

 
 News    April 21, 2017 

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...

 
 News    April 21, 2017 

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...

 
 News    April 21, 2017 

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...

 
 News    April 21, 2017 

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...

 
 News    April 21, 2017 

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 (anything...

 
 News    April 21, 2017 

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...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    April 21, 2017 

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...

 
 News    April 21, 2017 

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...

 
 News    April 21, 2017 

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...

 
 News    April 21, 2017 

AUTISM AWARENESS

Autism Awareness More than 3.5 million Americans live with autism spectrum disorder. As of 2010, the prevalence of autism diagnoses amongst children reached one in sixty-eight. April is Autism Awareness month, and New Mexico’s Office of the...

 
 News    April 21, 2017 

BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION THROUGH DESIGN THINKING

Successful businesses know it is important to periodically evaluate their business model to make sure it is providing the most value to their customers which, in turn, creates value for the business. Remember when Apple almost went bankrupt?...

 
 By Lisa Bailey    News    April 21, 2017 

VOLUNTEER MONTH

The month of April is nationally recognized as Volunteer Month. As part of the month-long celebration San Juan Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) hosted a Volunteer Open House on Wednesday, April 12,...

 
 By Leah Thomas    News    April 21, 2017 

HOME SWEET HOM

When should I talk to a Lender? Buying your first home can seem very daunting! I was there once. Everyone is called a Broker, mortgage broker, real estate broker! I didn’t know who I should call if...

 

AZTEC FIRE STATION GETS A MAKEOVER

One of the first fire departments recorded was Union Fire Company, formed December 7, 1736 in Philadelphia. Since then, fire departments have formed all across the entire United States, including...

 

SOLAR IN THE CITY

Aztec resident and San Juan College Physics Professor, Carl Bickford, has been taking full advantage of our abundant New Mexico sunshine since 2004. By using photovoltaic solar panels and requisite...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    April 14, 2017

AZTEC CITY COMMISSION

When Aztec City Commissioners met for their regular meeting on April 11, they were presented with their FY16 Annual Financial Report, which was released by the State Auditor’s Office on Feb. 9. Garn...

 

AZTEC POLICE DEPARTMENT

Michael Tsosie, 35, Farmington, Parole Violation (Adult); Unlawful Taking of a Motor Vehicle (1st Offense) - 4th Degree Felony; Driving while License Suspended/Revoked; Consumption or Possession of Alcoholic Beverages in Open Containers in a Motor...

 

OPEN PRIMARIES

Tweeti Blancett, Board Member and Treasurer of New Mexico Open Primaries (NMMOP), announced that the Founder of NMOP, Bob Perls, will be at the Step Back Inn in Aztec to speak to the public about the structural political reform agenda of their...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    April 14, 2017

AZTEC POST OFFICE HOLDS PASSPORT FAIR

The Aztec Post Office has announced that they will be having a Passport Fair on April 28 and 29. The Post Office, located at 601 S. Rio Grande, will be open from 9 am - 3 pm both days for first time...

 
 By Neily Snook    News    April 14, 2017

DI OF THE EARTH ADVANCES TO GLOVAL FINALS

After achieving honors for creativity, teamwork and innovation at state level academic tournaments, “DI of the Earth” has earned the right to compete in Destination Imagination’s Global Finals, the world’s largest celebration of student...

 

MERY OFFERS "EATING FOR TWO'

Good nutrition for mothers-to-be is essential for growth and development of babies in the womb. Eating during pregnancy affects fetal growth; organ development and functioning; resistance to infection and disease; and the ability to repair bodily...

 

STREET CLOSING

STREET CLOSING! The Public Works Department will be closing the east side of the intersection at Park Avenue and Zia Street starting today for the next two weeks for repairs to the intersection. We appreciate your cooperation and patience during...

 

BLOOMFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT

Kathleen Werito, 47, Nageezi, BMC - Drinking in public Leo Jose, 60, Albuquerque, WXT-Failure to Appear; WXT-Failure to Comply Patrick Woody, 39, Bloomfield, WXT-Failure to Pay Murphy Howard, 37, Nageezi, WXT-Failure to Comply Thomas Toledo, 32,...

 

AMERICANS TOGETHER

Americans Together: Community Dialogue in a Divided World  -  The harsh and divisive tone of recent elections has distressed many of us. We believe that underneath even the most dramatic political differences we share many common values and...

 

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