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Farmington, New Mexico is located in San Juan County. Zip codes in Farmington, NM include 87499, 87402, and 87401. The median home price in Farmington is $189,000. More Farmington information.

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DOT finds more surprises underground at Light Plant Road intersection in Aztec

While preparing trenching work last week, road crews found an unexpected water line underground at the corner of Light Plant Road and Aztec Boulevard.

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Sun Jul 13, 2014

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New Farmington store capitalizes on surge in female gun owners

A new Farmington business owner is catering to one of the fastest growing groups of gun owners in the country: women.

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Sat Jul 12, 2014

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Farmington man receives Carnegie Medal for river rescue

Mark Laskow, chairman of the Carnegie Hero Fund commission, presents Steve Rogge with the Carnegie Medal on Saturday at the National Guard Armory in Farmington.

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Farmington's Water Safety Weekend provides valuable knowledge for children

The Farmington Fire Department's Eric Hickerson stood on Saturday at the edge of the pool at the Farmington Aquatic Center.

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DA rules that shooting of John Marszalek II was "reasonable"

The San Juan County District Attorney's Office has determined the shooting of John Marszalek II by Deputy U.S. Marshal Chris Spencer was reasonable, and no further action will be taken.

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Rep. Paul Bandy says he would join lawsuit against Gov. Susana Martinez

A state representative for San Juan County has said he would consider entering a lawsuit with other counties to challenge one of Gov. Susana Martinez's line-item vetoes in Senate Bill 268.

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Tres Rios Habitat for Humanity completes its first Brush With Kindness project

Frank Hayes, a member of Tres Rios Habitat for Humanity board of directors, poses for a portrait on Thursday at the organization's new Habitat Store off Arrington Street in Farmington.

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San Juan College President Toni Pendergrass talks to Legislative...

San Juan College President Toni Pendergrass on Friday detailed the college's efforts to increase student retention and reduce the number of remedial classes students need as they start college.

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

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Farmington girl has raised more than $10K for Relay for Life

Olive Martin enjoys her lemonade and pickle on Friday at Keely Stockham's Relay for Life lemonade stand at her home in Farmington.

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San Juan Regional Medical Center to host free cardiac screenings for teens

San Juan Regional Medical Center is hosting a free cardiac screening for teens ages 13 to 18 from noon to 5 p.m. on Aug. 16 at the hospital's Cardiac Cath Lab and Radiology waiting area, located at 801 W. Maple St. in Farmington.

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Yankee Brass at the Sail, Power and Steam

The Sail, Power and Steam Museum at Sharp's Point South will present a concert by the Yankee Brass Band Wednesday, July 23, at 7 p.m. The concert is free, with donations appreciated.

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Joe's Overnight Weather Forecast July 10th

AD LIB TOSS Drought Watch Graphic: JULY IS STARTING OFF WETTER THAN NORMAL. 0.85" SO FAR IN JULY, ON THE YEAR WE ARE NEARLY AT 2-INCHES, WHICH IS STILL 1.63" BELOW NORMAL.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

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PHOTOS: Farmington police investigate body found in creek at Brook Haven Park West

Farmington police on Thursday investigate a body found in a creek at Brook Haven Park West, located south of Glade Lane and west of Airport Drive in Farmington.

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Farmington police search for suspect in June 27 burglary

Farmington police are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect in a commercial burglary that occurred at 1:55 a.m. June 27 on the 200 block of North Orchard Avenue.

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Area educators answer state Legislative Finance Committee questions

San Juan County school superintendents answered a variety of questions from members of the state Legislative Finance Committee about the performance of their schools on Thursday, debating the validity of merit pay for teachers and the quality of education provided by online charter schools.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

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Man arrested in the Wildflower subdivision after standoff; Sheriff's...

A Farmington resident was arrested Wednesday afternoon after a standoff that lasted more than three hours in the Wildflower subdivision.

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Roving with the Arts returns to KSJE.

Roving with the Arts , the classical music and arts heard weekdays on San Juan College radio station KSJE 90.9 FM, is returning to the airwaves at 8 a.m., Monday, March 3. New host Leigh Black Irvin will provide listeners with classical music, arts news and author interviews.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

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Farmington police seek information in armed robbery

The Farmington Police Department is seeking information about two men suspected of robbing three people at gunpoint during a gathering in northeast Farmington on the morning of June 29. The department released still photos taken from a surveillance camera at a Flora Vista convenience store that purport to show one of the men.

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Walmart Masturbator Brought Viagra And Condoms: Cops

Police say Gregory Johnson, 53, was carrying condoms and Viagra pills in his car when he allegedly masturbated in front of a family in a parking lot , according to WFTV.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Cortez Journal News

Cemetery to halt sales after mixup with plot

Because of incomplete burial records, the Cortez Cemetery board decided Thursday to stop selling plots in the oldest part of the cemetery.The decision was triggered by a recent double-booking of a grave site in that area originally owned by Bob and Lorraine James, of Farmington, N.M., since 2001.

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