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Farmington first held the Connie Mack World Series of Baseball in 1965, and does so annually in August at Ricketts Park. The participating players' age range is 16 to 18, and the Connie Mack World Series hosts 10 teams from different regions of the U.S., including a team from Puerto Rico. Ricketts Park is operated by the City of Farmington all year, and it seats 5,072.
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Local Colleges: San Juan College
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Towns/Cities near farmington, new mexico : Shiprock Kirtland Aztec Bloomfield Flora Vista
Victims' family, friends in shock after Aztec tragedy
Investigators say the two teens lost Thursday's shooting at Aztec High School sadly didn't have a chance to escape the violence. The entire community is still mourning the loss of 17-year-old Casey Marquez and 18-year-old Francisco Fernandez.Suspect identified in Aztec shooting
Two students from Aztec High School in Aztec, New Mexico, describe the chaotic scene at the school when a gunman opened fire Thursday morning, December 7, 2017. One student's cousin was killed in the shooting.Tom Tingle/azcentral.com During a press conference about the Aztec High School shooting a photo of the shooter's schedule was found torn up that ended with him dying.Shooter among dead in New Mexico high school shooting
Two New Mexico high school students were fatally shot Thursday by another student who later died at the scene, authorities said. San Juan County, N.M., operations officer Mark Stark confirmed the shooter was an Aztec High School student, though no other information, including a motive for the attack, was immediately available.Shooter among dead in New Mexico high school shooting
Two New Mexico high school students were fatally shot Thursday by another student who later died at the scene, authorities said. San Juan County, N.M., operations officer Mark Stark confirmed the shooter was an Aztec High School student, though no other information, including a motive for the attack, was immediately available.Families reunite after Aztec High shooting
Hours after today's shooting, students lined up by grade, going by last name in alphabetic order to reunite with their loved ones. Three people were killed during a shooting at a New Mexico high school Thursday morning, and the shooter is among the dead, PEOPLE confirms.Reports of shooting at Aztec High School
Aztec High School is on lockdown following a shooting, according to social media posts from various police departments in the area. Shortly before 9 a.m. the San Juan County Sheriff's Office wrote on Facebook that the Aztec High School campus was on lockdown and being evacuated.Griego case puts spotlight on conflicts of interest in Legislature
Former New Mexico state Sen. Phil Griego, left, walks out of an arraignment in Santa Fe District Court on April 4, 2016. Limited safeguards against self-enrichment in the nation's only unsalaried legislature are under scrutiny in the wake of a corruption trial and felony convictions against Griego.Farmington police blotter for Nov. 29
Do you know what to do if you see something bad happening? Here are some tips. Keri Hensley/USA TODAY NETWORK Andrew Smith was arrested at 3:16 p.m. on Nov. 29 on the 100 block of East Pinon Street in Farmington for allegedly abusing or possessing with the intention to abuse glue, aerosol spray or mouthwash.Four NM schools need 'rigorous intervention,' PED says
The New Mexico Public Education Department has placed four struggling New Mexico schools on a "more rigorous intervention" track, where one option could involve their closure. PED officials on Tuesday said the four schools are considered chronically failing.Fire burns 37 acres in Shiprock
Navajo Nation Fire Department personnel responded to a fire Sunday that started near the San Juan River bridge in Shiprock. Navajo Nation Firefighter Eric Trevizo talks about the brush fire he and his crew battled on Sunday evening in Shiprock during an interview on Monday, Dec. 4, 2017.Farmington police investigate death of 49-year-old man
Farmington Police Department Public Information Officer Georgette Allen said officers found the body of 49-year-old Calvert Benally in the middle of the road on the 1200 block of Laguna Avenue this past Friday. Witnesses said they saw a man and a woman walking with Benally, but those two people were gone when officers responded.More 20th Street sidewalk improvements planned
The combined cost of design and construction will be about $900,000 and will be paid using about $750,000 of state funds and $150,000 of city money. The combined cost of design and construction will be about $900,000, and will be funded by about $750,000 in state funds and $150,000 in city money.Man found dead on Laguna Avenue in Farmington
Police department spokeswoman Georgette Allen said officers were dispatched at 7:49 p.m. to the 1200 block of Laguna Avenue in response to a man found lying in the street.PHOTOS: "A Christmas Carol" performance at San Juan College | Nov. 30
Joel Irvin plays Ebeneezer Scrooge during a performance of "A Christmas Carol" on Thursday in the Little Theatre at San Juan College in Farmington. Joel Irvin plays Ebeneezer Scrooge during a performance of "A Christmas Carol" on Thursday in the Little Theatre at San Juan College in Farmington.Witnesses says murder suspect told them he shot woman
Three witnesses told the jury in the Rick Stallings' murder trial today that he shot a woman while inside her Flora Vista home. AZTEC - Three witnesses told jurors in the Rick Stallings murder trial today that the defendant told them he shot a woman while inside her Flora Vista home.PHOTOS: Farmington Christmas Parade | Nov. 30
Country Club Elementary School 5th grader Abby Harpole practices with her classmates, Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017 before taking part in the Christmas Parade sponsored by the Farmington Chamber of Commerce on Main Street in Farmington. Country Club Elementary School 5th grader Abby Harpole practices with her classmates, Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017 before taking part in the Christmas Parade sponsored by the Farmington Chamber of Commerce on Main Street in Farmington.Flora Vista man faces new set of charges
A Flora Vista man faces a new set of charges for allegedly breaking into and taking a vehicle from an auto dealership in Farmington. Ronnie James, 43, was charged Tuesday in Farmington Magistrate Court with aggravated burglary, aggravated assault with a firearm, unlawful taking of a motor vehicle and criminal damage to property, according to a Farmington police press release.Eagle Scout rebuilds fence for annual Festival ofa
Presbyterian Medical Services staff and volunteers had some help from a local Boy Scout for the 2017 Festival of Trees at the Farmington Civic Center. Boy Scout Darien Palmer leans on part of the fence he helped rebuild at the Farmington Civic Center during the installation of the Festival of the Trees on Tuesday.San Juan College ranks ninth in state for best online college
San Juan College was ranked the ninth best online college in the state by OnlineColleges.com, according to the website. San Juan College student Leandrea Barber uses a computer on Tuesday at the San Juan College School of Humanities computer lab in Farmington.Aztec seeks input on downtown's future
Aztec city officials seek comments from business owners and individuals as the city develops a Metropolitan Redevelopment Area plan for downtown. Downtown Aztec is the topic of a City of Aztec survey as officials seek to gain knowledge of what residents and businesspeople want to see there in the future.
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