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Woman sues Farmington motel, alleges multiple bites from bed bugs

FARMINGTON — A Maryland woman is suing a Farmington motel after she allegedly received multiple bed bug bites when she stayed at the motel this summer. Valerie Burrell on Aug. 8 filed a complaint against C&R Investment, Inc. which does business as the Farmington Inn at 510 Scott Avenue in Farmington, according to the lawsuit.
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Law to cut coal from NM fails to shut plant

One of the oldest coal-burning plants in the country, Four Corners Power Plant near Farmington, is a franken-plant, marked by decades of equipment failures, forced outages and multiple attempts at pollution control. Rising costs have left the place so expensive to operate that PNM, the state’s largest utility, wants out...
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Boo! San Juan County gears up for Halloween with events this week

FARMINGTON — Boo-Palooza returns on Oct. 30, when costumed kids of all ages will take over Main Street in downtown Farmington. The City of Farmington brought back the annual event after canceling it last year due to COVID-19 concerns. Activities at the family friendly event, which goes from 4 p.m....
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FBI offering $10K for cold case on Navajo Nation

SHIPROCK, N.M. (KRQE) – The FBI is doubling the reward for a cold case on the Navajo Nation. Hoping someone will finally speak up and help them solve the murder of a man that happened more than a year ago. Isiah Terrell Billy was found dead in a gully near a gas station in Shiprock in 2020 on […]
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Farmington police help relocate shelter animals saving over 30 lives

FARMINGTON, N.M. – The Farmington Police Department helped save over 30 lives last week, but these weren’t human lives; they were animals. Sergeants Travis Spruell and Martin Olsen headed to Denver on Wednesday, Oct. 20, with 20 dogs/puppies and 11 cats/kittens from the Farmington Regional Animal Shelter. The shelter was at capacity and needed to transfer the animals to the Rocky Mountain Puppy Rescue in Denver, Colorado. Shelter director Stacie Voss explained, “We were completely full, and a transfer had been scheduled. However, due to an emergency, our volunteer wasn’t able to drive the animals to Denver as planned, and we couldn’t find another driver. That’s when we reached out to other City departments for help; FPD stepped right up.”
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Farmington MSA sees second big drop in a row in unemployment rate

FARMINGTON — The unemployment rate for the Farmington metropolitan statistical area declined sharply again in September, allowing it to match the statewide jobless rate for the first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic began. The unemployment rate for the Farmington metropolitan statistical area has run well beyond the rate for...
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Customer appreciation day nixed at NAPI over COVID concerns

FARMINGTON — Navajo Agricultural Products Industry has canceled its customer appreciation day for the second year because of the coronavirus pandemic. The tribal enterprise made the announcement on Oct. 25 on its website and Facebook page. "Due to COVID restrictions for mass gatherings and concerns for the safety of our...
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San Juan College Receives Certificate of Recognition and Platinum Status

San Juan College earned this distinction for its workplace policies by Family Friendly New Mexico, a statewide initiative developed to recognize companies that have adopted policies that give New Mexico businesses an advantage in recruiting and retaining the best employees. "As we grow the state's economy, we have the opportunity...
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