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Farmington man gets 7 years in prison for crash that injured Cortez man

Kenneth R. Todd, 71, of Cortez, who was driving this Chevrolet Impala, was flown by helicopter to San Juan Regional Medical Center after a head-on crash Oct. 22 about 3 miles north of Towaoc on U.S. Highway 160/491.

Update: Farmington firefighter tests positive for COVID-19

Courtesy of San Juan regional Medical Center

San Juan Regional Medical Center in Farmington reported its first positive case for COVID-19 on Friday. The test sample was collected Wednesday.

Update: Farmington firefighter tests positive for COVID-19

San Juan Regional Medical Center prepared earlier this month to do COVID-19 drive-thru testing. The hospital announced its first positive case for the virus on Friday. The test sample was taken Wednesday.

Man who died in La Plata County being tested for COVID-19

The La Plata County Coroner’s Office tested a man in his 40s for COVID-19 after he died last week from pneumonia at Mercy Regional Medical Center. The Coroner’s Office is awaiting results and has been unable to obtain more tests from Mercy for deceased individuals.

San Juan County, N.M., declares state of emergency

Kanan, available for adoption at the Farmington Regional Animal Shelter, which is waiving all adult animal adoption fees.

San Juan County, N.M., declares state of emergency

Lucky, available for adoption at the Farmington Regional Animal Shelter, which is at capacity and encouraging people to consider fostering and adoption.

San Juan County, N.M., declares state of emergency

A drive-thru assessment center for possible COVID-19 testing has been set up at San Juan Regional Medical Center for people experiencing mild flu- and cold-like symptoms.

Local agencies prepare for possible coronavirus outbreak, while urging calm

Mercy Regional Medical Center has started screening patients for the coronavirus, an illness that has sickened thousands globally.

Mercy’s withdrawal casts health alliance in doubt

About 20 people gathered in front of Mercy Regional Medical Center on Tuesday to demonstrate against Centura Health, the parent company of Mercy Regional Medical Center, backing out of negotiations with the Southwest Health Alliance, a cooperative working to lower health care costs in the region.

Mercy’s withdrawal casts health alliance in doubt

Peter Banko, CEO of Centura Health, was in town Tuesday to meet with medical staff, executives and members of Mercy Regional Medical Center’s board of directors. At the same time, about 20 residents demonstrated outside the hospital, asking Centura to rejoin negotiations with the Southwest Health Alliance cooperative.
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