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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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New Mexico region launches outdoor recreation initiative
Thank you for reading 10 free articles on Fredericksburg.com. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 10 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information.Farmington police blotter for April 17
Farmington police blotter for April 17 The following arrests were reported by the Farmington Police Department. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/crime/2018/04/20/farmington-police-department-blotter-april-17-arrests-call-logs-new-mexico/536193002/ a Brandon Hower was arrested on April 17 at 12:54 p.m. at the intersection of West Broadway Avenue and South Bowman Avenue in Farmington for alleged aggravated driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor/drugs, driving while license suspended or revoked and miscellaneous alcohol-related offenses.Presentation focuses on Sierra Madre culture
Chautauqua presentation focuses on Sierra Madre culture Diana Molina says she was instantly captivated by the Tarahumara culture of northern Mexico's Sierra Madre Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/2018/04/20/chautauqua-presentation-focuses-sierra-madre-culture/534783002/ Today, 50,000 to 70,000 Raramuri live in the Sierra Madre mountain range in northwestern Mexico. Most of the population is concentrated in the Copper Canyon, a chain of five deep canyons surrounded by rugged mountains that reach almost a mile and a half above sea level.College names 2017 volunteers of the year
San Juan College recognized outstanding volunteers throughout the Four Corners during the 27th annual volunteer awards and service learning reception on Thursday. Four local volunteers recognized in 27th annual college awards San Juan College recognized outstanding volunteers throughout the Four Corners during the 27th annual volunteer awards and service learning reception on Thursday.Four Corners detectives ask for help in solving cold case
FARMINGTON, N.M. Detectives in Farmington, New Mexico are asking the public's help in bringing closure to a cold case from 2009. The Farmington Police Department says on October 21, 2009 officers were called to the area west of the Auburn Trailer Park in reference to a body that was found.New disc opening doors for rock trio Cinematica
New disc opening doors for Farmington rock trio Cinematica The rock trio Cinematica plays a CD release party Friday night at the Three Rivers Brewery Tap & Game Room. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/2018/04/18/new-disc-opening-doors-farmington-rock-trio-cinematica/530321002/ The Farmington rock trio Cinematica celebrates the release of its new disc "Ultraviolet Waterfall" with a show Friday night at the Three Rivers Brewery Tap & Game Room.Aztec High shooter planned killings online
The man who killed two students at Aztec High School on Dec. 7 contacted other school shooters and planned the shooting using an online video game. Aztec school shooter reached out to other school shooters, planned killings online The man who killed two students at Aztec High School on Dec. 7 contacted other school shooters and planned the shooting using an online video game.Report: Gender pay gap wider for Native American, Hispanic women
FARMINGTON, N.M. It is no secret there is a pay gap between men and women in the United States, but a new report says that gap is even greater for Native American and Hispanic women. A study by the American Association of University Women shows that in 2016, Native American women made 57 cents to the dollar.New Mexico town on long road to recovery after shooting
In this Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, file photo, Bianca Martinez, center, an Aztec High senior, grieves with friends during a candlelight vigil at Minion Park in Aztec, N.M. Residents of the rural New Mexico town have worked hard to define a new normal following the December school shooting. But they say the healing process is far from over.New Mexico town on long road to recovery after shooting
FARMINGTON, N.M. Residents of a rural New Mexico town say they have worked hard to define a new normal following a December school shooting in their community that left two 17-year-old students and the 21-year-old shooter dead.Utility: Inspections ongoing in wake of coal silo failure
Thank you for reading 10 free articles on Fredericksburg.com. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 10 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information.Montoya working to win seats for Republican candidates
When Nate Gentry announced he will not run for re-election, Montoya took many of the duties Gentry previously handled. Montoya working to win seats for Republican candidates When Nate Gentry announced he will not run for re-election, Montoya took many of the duties Gentry previously handled.Kirtland dealing with stray animal problem
With no shelter of its own, the town of Kirtland is being asked to foot the bill for their stray animals that are being taken care of by neighboring shelters, much to the mayor's displeasure. "I got to tell you, I'm probably not going to get any brownie points for what about I'm about to say," Kirtland Mayor Mark Duncan said.PRC tapped to look into cause of fire at San Juan Generating Station
Nine advocacy groups, led by New Energy Economy, on Thursday asked the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission to investigate the cause of a March blaze at the coal-fired San Juan Generating Station northwest of Farmington. The petitioners want to prevent Public Service Company of New Mexico from making substantial improvements to Unit 1, the generating unit involved in the fire, in the guise of making repairs, said Mariel Nanasi, executive director of New Energy Economy, a group that promotes renewable sources of electricity.Raw sewage released into Farmers Mutual Ditch
A blockage caused by flushable wet wipes caused one pump to release less than 100 gallons of raw sewage into the Farmers Mutual Ditch. Raw sewage released into ditch caused by flushable wet wipes A blockage caused by flushable wet wipes caused one pump to release less than 100 gallons of raw sewage into the Farmers Mutual Ditch.The Seattle Times has Large shoes to fill
After nearly 37 years working at The Seattle Times, the city's "voice of reason," Jerry Large, has retired. Friends and family celebrated his illustrious journalism career on Friday, Apr. 6, at the Northwest African American Museum.Family Fun Abounds in Farmington, NM This Summer
Farmington, New Mexico is known as the place where outdoor lovers and active families thrive, and this summer, the tradition of incredible, family-friendly theater performances in a stunning outdoor setting continues. In celebration of thirty years of Outdoor Summer Theater-a favorite event of locals and visitors-Sandstone Productions presents a beloved and magical classic, Mary Poppins.
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