San Juan County is conducting a feasibility study for a Crisis Triage Center, and is inviting the public to a presentation on Monday, November 13th. After a challenging year, Farmington Electric Utility System announced a return to traditionally low rates beginning in January 2024. Time to practice your best turkey impression, the Turkey Trot 5K and Gobble Wobble 2-mile return to Orchard Plaza, this year supporting the Tibbits All Ability Park Foundation. The world premiere of a musical adaptation of Charles’s Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”, in collaboration with the Four Corners Musical Theatre Company opens November 17th at the Farmington Civic Center. By Hannah Robertson. This story is sponsored by The Big Idea Makerspace at San Juan College and Distill Beer Wine Spirits
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San Juan County invites the public to a presentation on the feasibility study for a Crisis Triage Center for the county. Farmington Electric Utility System rates are going down again after a tumultuous year. And mark your calendars for the world premier of a musical adaptation of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol". And the annual Turkey Trot & Gobble Wobble. You are watching the "Local News Roundup", brought to you by The Big Idea Makerspace at San Juan College, and Distil Beer Wine and Spirits. I'm Connor Shreve. San Juan County has begun studying the feasibility of a Crisis Triage Center to address the current lack of adequate services for people in a mental health crisis. This study includes the creation of a business plan for identified services within the county. Learn more about the study at an upcoming presentation on Monday, November 13th from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the Farmington Civic Center. After a challenging year featuring extreme volatility in natural gas prices and purchase power, and the forced closure of the San Juan Generating Station, the city of Farmington is pleased to announce that Farmington Electric Utility System rates will return to traditional low levels. This announcement follows the third reduction in power cost adjustment, the recovery of actual cost of fuel and actual cost to purchase power since August, 2023. The changes will be effective with billing cycles beginning January 1st, lowering FEUS rates to one of the lowest in the region. A special edition of "The Mayor's Table" with Mayor Nate Duckett and FEUS Director Hank Adair will explain more in detail about the past year's challenges, and how FEUS has addressed them. Get your gobble on for the annual Turkey Trot 5K & Gobble Wobble two mile run Saturday, November 18th. Races start at Orchard Plaza at 9:00 AM, followed by an award ceremony. Regular registration is open through Wednesday, November 15th. And late registration is open until 1:00 PM Friday, November 17th. All proceeds from the race will support the Tibbetts All Ability Park Foundation. The world premier of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" musical adaptation launches it's National Tour in Farmington. The show opens in collaboration with the Four Corners Musical Theatre Company on Friday, November 17th, and Saturday, November 18th at the Farmington Civic Center. Purchase tickets online to watch the beloved Christmas tale before it heads across the country. You can learn more about these, and other stories, online at farmingtonlocal.news. Thank you for watching this edition of the "Local News Roundup". I'm Connor Shreve.
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