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November 29, 2022
On a windy Friday afternoon, Navajo Preparatory School hosted a dedication ceremony for the rebuilt hogan on the campus - a place that marries tradition with modernity and has already established itself as a home for the students who attend the Academy. With speeches from current and former students, state representatives, and community leaders, the celebration was a warm and welcoming as the crackling fire in the center of the hogan. By Hannah Robertson. This story is sponsored by CMIT Solutions and Service Master Restoration

Home Away From Home

November 29, 2022
San Juan County Fire and Rescue wants to make sure your home is safeguarded against winter fires, while keeping you and your family warm! Make sure to get your registration in for the annual Ringing in Christmas Parade this year, and 100% San Juan County has launched a new directory of 10 essential services in San Juan County. This story is sponsored by Ace Hardware of Farmington and The Big Idea Makerspace at San Juan College

Stay Safe and Warm this Winter

November 29, 2022
D’DAT, a local music trio, were invited to the WOMAD World Festival experience in South Africa. Members collaborated with local artists, indigenous musicians, and more, learning and exchanging personal experiences and cultural perspectives. With a new album on the way inspired and produced during their trip, D’DAT wants to continue to explore themes and ideas they learned along the way. By Hannah Robertson. This story is sponsored by Three Rivers Brewing and Pop’s Truck & RV Center

Flying in a Swimming Pool

November 29, 2022
San Juan Symphony opened their 37th season with a program devoted to French composers. Big and bold, it was the symphony’s largest assemblage in years, featuring Lili Boulanger, Erik Satie, Claude Debussy, Arthur Honegger, and the concert’s center piece: Maurice Ravel’s Bolermo! By Donna K. Hewett. This story is sponsored by Distill Beer, Wine, Spirits and Ace Hardware of Farmington

The San Juan Symphony Begins its Season with “Bolero!”

November 29, 2022
Dan Neeley, San Juan County public relations manager said about 150 first responders were involved. Agencies working together in the training exercise included Farmington Fire department and its hazmat team; Farmington Police Department and its bomb and SWAT teams; San Juan Regional Medical Center EMS, among other, including the Red Cross. By Donna K. Hewett This story is sponsored by Traegers Bar and Ute Mountain Casino Hotel

San Juan County’s Emergency Management Conducts Full-Scale Drill