One death reported in fire at Central Consolidated School District teacher housing unit
FARMINGTON — A teacher for the Central Consolidated School District was killed in a fire early Tuesday morning in Shiprock.
Charitable returns Hubbard honored
Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc., a nonprofit educational organization honoring the achievements of outstanding individuals and encouraging youth to pursue their dreams through higher education, announced that Randall Dee Hubbard, chairman and managing director of BIGHORN Golf Club, will be inducted as a Member of this prestigious Association in the spring.
Alleged seller of spice in San Juan County pleads guilty, may avoid New Mexico prison
FARMINGTON — A Farmington man who police arrested this summer on suspicion of operating smoke shops that sold synthetic marijuana may be sentenced to probation as part of a plea agreement.
Groundbreaking at Bonita Park
Area residents, community leaders, and Nazarene church members, residents and staff gathered for a ground-breaking ceremony Saturday for the Bonita Park Events Center, to replace buildings that were destroyed in the Little Bear Fire.
Garbage business saves taxpayer dollars
"Those are taxpayer dollars that are saved by resale of our products," said Ralph Murphy, Otero County`s recycling waste project foreman for the last four years.
Santa Fe County Commissioners Consider New Development Code
Adoption of a sustainable land development code is an item before the Santa Fe Board of County Commissioners later today. The draft document includes a growth management element requiring developers to determine whether existing public facilities and services are adequate to support their developments. Commissioners will also consider a resolution supporting legislation to prohibit the sale of E-cigarettes to minors.
Meat products sold in N.M. recalled
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A Colorado company is recalling 45 tons of meat and poultry products a federal agency says were produced under unsanitary conditions. The products were sold at retail and wholesale in five states including New Mexico.