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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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Towns/Cities near farmington, new mexico : Shiprock Kirtland Aztec Bloomfield Flora Vista
Doctor arrested on accusations of sexual assault
A former San Juan Regional Medical Center doctor was recently arrested and accused of sexually abusing a female patient multiple times last year. Farmington doctor arrested on accusations of sexually assaulting woman in his office A former San Juan Regional Medical Center doctor was recently arrested and accused of sexually abusing a female patient multiple times last year.Farmington police logs for July 16, 17
Farmington police logs for July 16, 17 The following arrests were reported by the Farmington Police Department. All parties are considered innocent unless proven guilty.Shiprock man arrested after stabbing in Farmington
A Shiprock man was arrested Wednesday after a Farmington man was found bleeding from a knife wound after an altercation at a car wash. Shiprock man arrested after stabbing in Farmington A Shiprock man was arrested Wednesday after a Farmington man was found bleeding from a knife wound after an altercation at a car wash.N.M. lawmakers question PNM's exit from coal
State lawmakers from coal industry-dependent regions of northwestern New Mexico urged utility regulators to consider the local economic consequences of utility plans to shut down two coal-fired power plants and related mining operations. Investor-owned utility Public Service Company of New Mexico has proposed phasing out the use of coal-fired electricity by retiring the San Juan generating station near Farmington in 2022 and abandoning the Four Corners power plant in Fruitland by 2031.Farmington shelter nearly empty of adoptable dogs, cats
FARMINGTON, N.M. In what is a rare sight, there is one animal shelter in New Mexico that has a lot of empty kennels right now. "We are very excited that we have lots and lots of empty kennels right now," said Farmington Regional Animal Shelter Director Stacie Voss.Unique camp helps physically disabled children
FARMINGTON, N.M. Summer is the perfect time for outdoor fun. But one group of kids in the Four Corners is spending it making memories and new experiences that require a bit of adapting.New drug charges for man accused of armed robbery
New drug charges for man accused of armed robbery A Farmington man accused of armed robbery and aggravated burglary faces new charges on allegations of trafficking methamphetamine. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/crime/2017/07/19/new-drug-charges-man-accused-armed-robbery/490071001/ Derek James, 34, is charged with trafficking a controlled substance and use or possession of drug paraphernalia from a July 4 traffic stop, according to court records and documents.Bodies of two men found near Farmington car wash
Farmington police are investigating the deaths of two men found Saturday near the Octopus Car Wash on West Main Street. Bodies of two men found near Farmington car wash Farmington police are investigating the deaths of two men found Saturday near the Octopus Car Wash on West Main Street.Neighborhood author Mike Atteberry's newest book, "Chokecherry...
Phinney-Greenwood author Mike Atteberry 's sixth book, "Chokecherry Canyon," will be published on Tuesday, July 18. Locally, it will be available at Phinney Books. When a disgraced businessman is nearly decapitated in a seedy restaurant, the blood trail leads reporter Luke Murphy to a series of dark secrets, concealed for decades in the New Mexico desert.Police calls
Police calls The following arrests were reported by the Farmington Police Department. All parties are considered innocent unless proven guilty.Bus route will stop in Bloomfield
Bus route will stop in Bloomfield The City Council approved an agreement Monday with North Central Regional Transit District for a bus stop in Bloomfield. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/bloomfield/2017/07/12/bus-route-stop-bloomfield/469414001/ This bus stop on South First Street in Bloomfield likely will become part of a new line operated by the North Central Regional Transit District that connects Dulce to Farmington.Man accused of pointing handgun at three people
A Farmington man accused of pointing a handgun at three people waived his preliminary hearing, moving the case into district court. Man accused of pointing handgun at three people A Farmington man accused of pointing a handgun at three people waived his preliminary hearing, moving the case into district court.Airplane crashes at airport after failed take off
A small airplane crashed and skidded on the runway this morning after a failed takeoff at the Four Corners Regional Airport in Farmington. Airplane crashes at airport after failed take off A small airplane crashed and skidded on the runway this morning after a failed takeoff at the Four Corners Regional Airport in Farmington.Firefighters, police busy during Fourth of July weekend
Fireworks complaints, driving while intoxicated arrests and fire calls kept law enforcement busy during the extended Fourth of July weekend. Firefighters, police busy during Fourth of July holiday weekend Fireworks complaints, driving while intoxicated arrests and fire calls kept law enforcement busy during the extended Fourth of July weekend.Deer-involved vehicle collisions nearly double in June in NM
Deer-involved vehicle collisions nearly double in June in NM The increase in the number of deer-involved collisions statewide nearly doubles from May to June. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/four-corners/2017/07/03/deer-involved-vehicle-collisions-nearly-double-june-nm/444915001/ Farmington animal control park ranger Rebecca Maynard inspects the body of a mule deer Thursday at Berg Park in Farmington.Harvest Gold residents receive help from community
A total of 15 pallets of water have been donated in the past two weeks, according to Mike Mestas, San Juan County Office of Emergency Manager. Harvest Gold residents receive help from community A total of 15 pallets of water have been donated in the past two weeks, according to Mike Mestas, San Juan County Office of Emergency Manager.Students dive into cybersecurity at e camp
The organizers of the GenCyber Summer Training Camp at San Juan College are excited by the reaction of students attending the inaugural program. Students dive into cybersecurity at San Juan College camp The organizers of the GenCyber Summer Training Camp at San Juan College are excited by the reaction of students attending the inaugural program.
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