Other sobriety checkpoints to follow in DecemberFARMINGTON — The holidays are close at hand, and so are holiday gatherings. That has sparked the renewal of a high-profile and usually brightly lit law enforcement tradition. The New Mexico State Police are kicking off enhanced seasonal DUI enforcement Friday with a multi-agency checkpoint somewhere in San Juan County.
FARMINGTON — Hundreds turned out Saturday for a chance to “dine with the dead” and learn from the living about Farmington’s pioneer past. Greenlawn Cemetery was the venue for the Farmington Rio del Sol Kiwanis Club’s annual Dining with the Dead fundraiser. “We want everyone to have a good time, and they do,” said Paul McQueary, an event organizer. After expenses, the club will have about $6,000 to dole out primarily to projects benefitting children. “Kiwanis is mostly about children.
FARMINGTON — A young bear kept some Farmington Police and Game & Fish officers busy today after it leapt from a business’ back yard near the Farmington Civic Center to tour the vicinity. The bear, which eventually treed itself beside the Bonnie Dallas Senior Center, was tranquilized and loaded into a cage in the back of a state vehicle. It was to be returned to the forest. Game & Fish Navajo Dam District Officer Shaler Wells said the sub-adult black bear weighed about 160 pounds.
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