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Updated: August 28, 2014 8:45:25 PM MDT
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FARMINGTON — Farmington school board members and district staff took time during the school board meeting Thursday to thank superintendent Janel Ryan as she announced her retirement at the end of the year.   Full Story
FARMINGTON — A Farmington Municipal School District administrator was honored during a New Mexico educational conference for her work with district employees.   Full Story
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FARMINGTON — Members of the New Mexico Legislature in Farmington for committee meetings toured San Juan College's School of Energy this month.   Full Story
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KIRTLAND — The Central Consolidated School District has approved an architecture firm to design the new building that will replace two Kirtland elementary schools.   Full Story
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FARMINGTON — San Juan College staff hope last year's revamp of the school's "Student Success" course will help students stay in college and earn their degrees.   Full Story
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FARMINGTON — Hermosa Middle School in Farmington was briefly evacuated Monday morning after numerous residents in the area reported smelling a gas-like odor.   Full Story
Updated: August 27, 2014 5:28:39 PM MDT
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FARMINGTON — The annual San Juan River Bi-Fly Fishing Tournament has raised nearly $60,000 for the Four Corners Home for Children, a Navajo Ministries program.   Full Story
HOVENWEEP NATIONAL MONUMENT — Manuela Cerruti first visited Hovenweep National Monument a few years ago.   Full Story
Updated: June 29, 2014 6:28:53 PM MDT
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FARMINGTON — A few months ago, the International Cake Exploration Society approached a group of New Mexico sugar artists and challenged them to create a cake representing the state for its upcoming convention in August in Albuquerque.   Full Story
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FARMINGTON — Sadie Shelton is crazy about canning.A volunteer at the San Juan County Fair for much of her adult life, Shelton also enters a cornucopia of edible entries each year in the food preservation competition.   Full Story
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