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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.
Local Newspapers: The Daily Times
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Local Colleges: San Juan College
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3 Finalists For Police Chief Position
The search for a new police chief in Casper is down to three, though the city wouldn't be specific as to which three. That search began with 45 applicants and has been going on since the arrival of the new City Manager Carter Napier.Farmington man accused of armed robbery at Walmart
A Farmington man was arrested Saturday and accused of armed robbery after allegedly pointing a BB gun at Walmart employees when he was approached about alleged shoplifting. Bryan Chavez, 35, is charged with a second-degree felony count of armed robbery, a third-degree felony count of tampering with evidence and a misdemeanor count of resisting an officer, according to court records.Farmington man accused of stalking, aggravated battery
A Farmington man is facing multiple charges after being accused of attacking a female victim more than once and violating a judge's court order. FARMINGTON - A Farmington man is facing multiple charges after being accused of attacking a female victim more than once and violating a judge's court order.Groups appeal dismissal of lawsuit over power plant, mine
Environmental groups are appealing the dismissal of their lawsuit that aimed to shut down a coal-fired power plant and adjacent mine near the Arizona-New Mexico border. The Daily Times of Farmington reports that the appeal was filed Thursday by Dine Citizens Against Ruining Our Environment, the San Juan Citizens Alliance, Center for Biological Diversity, Amigos Bravos and Sierra Club.Grant helps youth with sexual behavior problems
A Farmington partnership has been awarded one of two grants nationwide to help expand services for youth with sexual behavior problems. Second Chance Counseling executive director Alisha Hawthorne-Martinez, left, and Rachel Nawrocki, Capacity Builders executive director, talk about their organizations' partnership on Tuesday at Second Chance Counseling in Farmington.College museum unveils fossil
Mery was unveiled near Bob on Wednesday at the San Juan College School of Energy. She is part of a donation made by the Dugan family in 2013.Oilman, philanthropist dies in New Mexico
An oil and gas pioneer who loved work and was known for his philanthropy has died at his home in northwestern New Mexico. The Daily Times of Farmington reports that Tom Dugan died Tuesday.Ten Commandments monument to be moved to church property
A New Mexico group that erected a monument on city-owned property honouring the Ten Commandments will move it to church property. The city of Bloomfield and the organization must move the monument after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a case involving whether it could be displayed on public property, the Daily Times of Farmington reported .Farmington police hope clothing help identify deceased woman
Officers say the body of a woman was found in a park on Glade Lane near Airport Drive in Farmington just after 7 a.m. Sunday morning. They say signs of foul play were present.Navajo Nation school board member in flap over DWIs
A Navajo Nation education agency wants to remove a school board member after claims she failed to list two alcohol-related convictions on her candidacy paperwork. The Daily Times of Farmington, New Mexico, reports the Department of DinA© Education has filed a complaint with the Navajo Election Administration to remove Sanostee Day School board member Temara Lewis-Emerson.Police investigating possible homicide in Farmington
Do you know what to do if you see something bad happening? Here are some tips. Keri Hensley/USA TODAY NETWORK FARMINGTON - The body of a woman who was found dead in a Farmington park early Sunday showed signs of trauma.College's adult education program turns 14
San Juan College's adult education program celebrates its 14th year with a birthday party and early enrollment opportunity on Friday. San Juan College Encore wood carving instructor Wendel Petersen works with his student Sybille Murphy Wednesday at San Juan College in Farmington.Two people killed in head-on collision
Two people killed in head-on collision Two people were killed Monday evening in a head-on crash west of the community of Navajo Dam. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/2017/10/31/two-people-killed-head-collision/818649001/ FARMINGTON - Two people were killed Monday evening in a crash west of the community of Navajo Dam, according to a press release from the New Mexico State Police.Climbing the walls at San Juan College
Climbing the walls at San Juan College The annual Boo-ouldering Competition took place Monday at San Juan College. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/2017/10/31/climbing-walls-san-juan-college/810817001/ James Nichols competes in the annual annual Boo-ouldering Competition, Monday afternoon at the climbing wall at San Juan College Health and Human Performance Center in Farmington.From 'hallway' to artery, a town rebuilds Main Street
Tara Churchill spent hours as a child peering through the window of her family's lumber store out onto Main Street in Farmington, New Mexico. Shoppers would amble along the sidewalks each day, and the store's floorboards would creak as customers stepped through the front door.New Mexico has yet to join new nursing licensure compact
A Farmington man is accused of throwing an ax during an argument that almost struck a couple and their child. Man accused of throwing ax at couple and their child A Farmington man is accused of throwing an ax during an argument that almost struck a couple and their child.
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