• State engineer replaced - 11/21/2014 07:42 PM MST
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    State environment secretary OKs Aztec sewage lagoon permit

    Some residents express dismay at the decision, citing health concerns
    11/21/2014 12:38 PM MST
    AZTEC — After a 19-month wait, an Aztec business owner is set to receive permission to open an RV park seven miles northeast of Aztec. 
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    Aztec officials to hold meeting over Blanco and Williams arroyos
    11/19/2014 07:54 AM MST - AZTEC — For years, maintenance of this city's four arroyos has been done sporadically by the city or by some private property owners who live along the urban waterways. Full Story

    Decision on proposed RV park sewage lagoon discharge permit delayed again in Aztec
    11/15/2014 05:22 PM MST - AZTEC — A final decision by the state environment secretary on a permit application for a sewage lagoon to be constructed at a proposed RV park seven miles northeast of Aztec has been delayed again. Full Story

    Aztec Municipal School District school board approves issuing $11 million in bonds
    11/14/2014 06:10 PM MST - AZTEC — Aztec schools Superintendent Kirk Carpenter said it felt like Christmas Thursday night as board members approved a resolution to issue and sell $11 million in bonds to fund much-needed technology and property repairs throughout the district. Full Story

    New water pump spells savings for Aztec
    11/13/2014 05:55 PM MST - AZTEC — At Tuesday's City Commission meeting, one agenda item was likely the most obvious candidate for approval — a measure that called for the acceptance of a savings of $2,231, plus gross receipts taxes, on the cost of a new pump at the city's water treatment plant. Full Story

    Aztec City Commissioners mull over idea of flipping Main Avenue buildings
    11/11/2014 08:08 PM MST - AZTEC — Aztec City Commissioners discussed getting into the real estate market at a special meeting before Tuesday's regularly scheduled meeting. Full Story

    FBI: Farmington's violent crime rate dropped dramatically in 2013
    11/11/2014 05:50 PM MST - FARMINGTON — The number of violent crimes committed in the city of Farmington dropped dramatically last year, according to crime data released Monday by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Full Story

    Aztec city commissioners to discuss buying properties along Main Avenue
    11/09/2014 06:54 PM MST - AZTEC — Commissioners will hold a special meeting before Tuesday's regularly scheduled commission meeting to discuss plans for the city to purchase real estate along Main Avenue to spur economic development along the downtown corridor. Full Story

    Would-be Aztec entrepreneur benefits from help of statewide organization
    11/09/2014 06:43 PM MST - AZTEC — Jessica Radojits is on track to own a hair salon in Aztec at the age of only 24. Owning a business has been a lifelong dream for Radojits. Full Story

    PHOTOS: Check out images from Aztec's Veterans Day parade
    11/09/2014 10:02 PM MST - Local veterans, motorcyclists and students took part in Saturday's event down Main Avenue. Full Story

    Ex-state worker charged with stealing 610 helmets

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A former Pennsylvania state worker has been accused of stealing 610 combat helmets and faces federal charges. Full Story