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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
Governor's education budget has right balance
Gov. Susana Martinez's budget balances championing our teachers, responding to feedback regarding operational costs and investing in what gets results. University Hills Elementary School kindergartner Brooke Shannon, 6, gets a hug from Gov. Susana Martinez after being awarded on Monday December 5, 2016, for reading 324 minutes during the Scholastic Summer Reading challenge.Game and Fish officers search for cougars in San Juan County
According to the Farmington Daily Times , the department says the cougars have killed goats on two occasions in the La Plata area, which is north of Farmington near the Colorado border. They are asking people in the area to be aware at dawn or dusk when the cougars are most active.Lawsuit seeks secret courthouse audio recordings
Judges and employees of a court in northwest New Mexico have filed a lawsuit against state in an effort to reclaim secret audio recordings made in the courthouse by a former judge. The Daily Times of Farmington reports the four Aztec Magistrate Court judges and employees are asking the New Mexico Judicial Standards Commission to return the hundreds of hours of recordings that were made by former Judge Connie Johnston.Martinez hopes 2018 'will be a win for New Mexicans'
Ahead of the 30-day legislative session, KOB sat down for an interview with Gov. Susana Martinez to discuss the state's budget surplus and the crime problem. KOB: "We are in a much better situation than we were last year, not facing as big of a crisis."Arizona residents charged with vehicle theft
Two Arizona residents were arrested last week in Farmington for allegedly stealing a vehicle and breaking into a house, according to a press release from the San Juan County Sheriff's Office. Casandra Morales, 22, and Alberto Lopez, 18, allegedly stole a Jeep and broke into a Crouch Mesa residence on Jan. 8. Police believe Morales and Lopez could also be involved in another vehicle theft out of Arizona, according to the press release.Police release video of officer-involved shooting
The Farmington Police Department released video from the officer-involved shooting in Farmington on Dec. 20. Officer Brandt Warman fired five shots at Frankie Anchondo after Anchondo allegedly pointed an object at the officer he believed was a gun. A Farmington police officer shot and killed Frankie Anchondo after he pointed an object at the officer and started to approach the officer, according to state police.Video: Police release officer-involved shooting video
The Farmington Police Department released video from the officer-involved shooting in Farmington on Dec. 20. Officer Brandt Warman fired five shots at Frankie Anchondo after Anchondo allegedly pointed an object at the officer he believed was a gun.Navajo Prep students win $10K for Gold King Mine spill study
Navajo Nation Council Delegate Davis Filfred walks along the San Juan River on Aug. 11, 2015, in Montezuma Creek, Utah.MLK Jr. Day of Service draws 80 volunteers
Volunteers Barb Luther, left, Vern Hensler and Kathy Hensler put together a wire fence for a chicken run at the New Beginnings community garden during the Farmington-Four Corners Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service on Monday. FARMINGTON - Community building and inclusion was a priority for many celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day through the first Farmington-Four Corners Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service on Monday.Former gang member to speak about reshaping his life
A Farmington man is partnering with police on an event where he'll speak about his time in a California gang and how he turned his life around. The Farmington Police Department is hosting an event titled Choices: An Inspirational Presentation from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Sycamore Park Community Center at 1051 Sycamore St. Cuevas was shot and left paralyzed during his time in the gang.Farmington firefighter loses cancer battle after 19 years with department
FARMINGTON, N.M. The Farmington Fire Department and entire firefighting community in New Mexico are mourning the loss of one of their own. 44-year-old Farmington Fire Lieutenant Shadd Rohwer passed away on Thursday, January 11. According to the Farmington Daily Times, Rohwer had been battling a cancer that may have been caused by fighting fires.Farmington could seek arts and cultural district
The City Council will discuss applying for the designation during its work session at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Applications are due at the end of the month.PHOTOS: Rio del Sol Kiwanis club book giveaway | Jan. 12
Rio del Sol Kiwanis club member Debbie Braff, left, hands a check for $3,300 to Bluffview Elementary School Principal Luanne Davis on Friday in Farmington. The money will go toward the school's library fund.MLK Day celebrated with service projects
Four Corners will celebrate and honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day with service projects in Farmington and Shiprock on Monday. Farmington church groups, businesses and community members are organizing the inaugural Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, according to Steve Clarke, one of the event's organizers.Former doctor faces second sex assault case
A former Farmington doctor is facing a second criminal case on accusations of withholding medication from a 62-year-old female patient unless she performed a sexual act in his office. Alan Emamdee, 41, was charged Tuesday in Farmington Magistrate Court on a third-degree felony count of criminal sexual penetration, according to court records.Renovations in works at Farmington school
Country Club Elementary School will have systems and security improvements and renovations after the Farmington Municipal School District School Board approved funding for the project during a regular board meeting on Thursday. Ted Lasiewicz, the director of operations for the Farmington Municipal School District, talks about repairs and upgrades needed at Country Club Elementary School during a tour of the campus on Friday in Farmington.Candidates file to run in March elections
The elections will be March 6. Early voting begins Feb. 14. Voters who want absentee ballots must send an application by Jan. 30. Aztec City Clerk Karla Sayler looks over incumbent City Commissioner Shari Rogers' filing paperwork on Tuesday at her office in Aztec City Hall. FARMINGTON - About two dozen candidates have filed paperwork to seek public office at city and town halls in Aztec, Bloomfield, Farmington and Kirtland.Former teacher receives five years of probation
A former Farmington teacher will serve five years on probation after she pleaded guilty to five of 13 charges as part of a plea agreement. Defendant Anna Marie Schroth looks to her lawyer Mark Curnutt as she gives a statement during her sentencing hearing on Tuesday in Aztec District Court.State senator receives award from New Mexico Association of Counties
State Sen. Steve Neville, R-Farmington, will receive the 2017 Legislative Excellence Award from the New Mexico Association of Counties. According to a press release, Neville is being recognized for sponsoring and advocating for Senate Bill 46. The bill, which became law last year, required all telecommunications companies pay a surcharge to help pay for emergency dispatch centers.NM named worst place to raise a family; not everyone agrees
A new study says New Mexico is the worst place to raise a family in the country. Not everyone is happy about this.
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