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Farmington first held the Connie Mack World Series of Baseball in 1965, and does so annually in August at Ricketts Park. The participating players' age range is 16 to 18, and the Connie Mack World Series hosts 10 teams from different regions of the U.S., including a team from Puerto Rico. Ricketts Park is operated by the City of Farmington all year, and it seats 5,072.

Population: 43573
Local Newspapers: The Daily Times
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: San Juan College

Zip Codes associated with farmington, new mexico: 87401 87402
Towns/Cities near farmington, new mexico : Shiprock Kirtland Aztec Bloomfield Flora Vista

Farmington News
Killer of Navajo Nation girl set to get life prison sentence

This undated file photo provided by San Juan County, N.M. Detention Center shows Tom Begaye of Waterflow, N.M. Begaye, who pleaded guilty to murder and sexual assault in the death of 11-year-old Ashlynne Mike on the largest American Indian reservation is set to be sentenced.

Nuclear tourism Chautauqua set at San Juan College

San Juan College Chautauqua focuses on nuclear tourism in New Mexico Author M. Jimmie Killingsworth will present a Chautauqua on New Mexico's nuclear sites Friday at San Juan College. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/entertainment/2017/10/20/san-juan-college-chautauqua-focuses-nuclear-tourism-new-mexico/782654001/ FARMINGTON - Tourism may be one of New Mexico's strongest and fastest-growing industries, but one facet of it that remains virtually unknown will be the focus of a presentation Friday at San Juan College.

Farmington, county will intervene in PNM case

Farmington, county will intervene in PNM case Farmington City Council and San Juan County Commission decided Tuesday to intervene in the PNM integrated resource plan case Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/2017/10/18/farmington-county-intervene-pnm-case/776077001/ The Public Service Company of New Mexico, the San Juan Generating Station's majority owner, plans to pull out of the facility by 2022. County Assessor Jimmy Voita said about 10.8 percent of the property tax base for the county comes from PNM and the San Juan Mine.

Martinez calls for repeal of bail reform amendment

"I'm calling for repeal and replacement of the constitutional amendment and court rule changes that allow criminals to continue to harm our state." - Gov. Susana Martinez Gov. Martinez calls for repeal of bail reform amendment "I'm calling for repeal and replacement of the constitutional amendment and court rule changes that allow criminals to continue to harm our state."

Farmington receives state funding for waterline replacement

The City Council approved signing a letter of commitment for funding from the state's drinking water revolving loan fund. Farmington receives state funding for waterline replacement The City Council approved signing a letter of commitment for funding from the state's drinking water revolving loan fund.

New Mexico to accept tribal documents for Real Id

New Mexico will now accept certain Native American tribal documents to obtain a state's driver's license with federal REAL ID requirements. The Daily Times of Farmington reports New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division said last week it will accept a Certificate of Indian Blood and an affidavit of birth issued by the Navajo Nation Office of Vital Records instead of a birth certificate.

Farmington doctor accused of sexual misconduct

A civil lawsuit has been filed against San Juan Regional Medical Center and Dr. Alan Emamdee by 12 of his former patients who accuse him of sexual abuse facilitated by the hospital and San Juan Health Partners. The 34-page complaint was filed Oct. 4 in the First Judicial District by attorneys at McGinn, Carpenter, Montoya and Love, P.A., an Albuquerque-based law firm, and Titus and Murphy Law Firm of Farmington.

Naming the water park at Brookside creates debate

Naming the water park at Brookside creates debate The recommended name for the facility was Brookside's Bisti Bay, which none of the councilors favored. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/farmington/2017/10/13/naming-water-park-brookside-creates-debate/759299001/ Farmington is debating what to name a future water park that will replace Brookside Pool.

More details on PRC study - with "commentary" by Joan Jett

This morning I got some more information about the newly released study of the state Public Regulation Commission that I wrote about for this morning's paper . That study, by the National Regulatory Research Institute, was commissioned by the state Legislative Council Services.

3 members of Interstate Stream Commission resign in 24 hours

Three members of an influential board that oversees New Mexico's water resources resigned in less than 24 hours this week, revealing what critics called a crisis of confidence in one of the state's top environmental officials. The resignations of three members of the Interstate Stream Commission, including allies of Republican Gov. Susana Martinez, follow the departure of several senior water policy staff members from state government in the past year.

Repeal unlikely to reverse coal's downtrend in N.M.

Public Service Company of New Mexico said it still will follow plans to close the coal-fired San Juan Generating Station near Farmington by 2022, despite the Trump administration's rollback of the Clean Power Plan. Associated Press file photo The coal-fired San Juan Generating Station in November 2009.

New Mexico Business Coalition talks manufacturing

Local members of the New Mexico Business Coalition met on Thursday at Merrion Oil and Gas to talk manufacturing opportunities in the Four Corners region. New Mexico Business Coalition talks manufacturing Local members of the New Mexico Business Coalition met on Thursday at Merrion Oil and Gas to talk manufacturing opportunities in the Four Corners region.

Farmington man killed in Thursday afternoon crash

Farmington man killed in Thursday afternoon crash Kensley Sylvester, 23, died after a car rear-ended the pickup truck he was in Thursday afternoon. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/bloomfield/2017/10/07/farmington-man-killed-thursday-afternoon-crash/741415001/ FARMINGTON - A 23-year-old Farmington man was killed in a car crash Thursday afternoon south of Bloomfield, according to a press release from the New Mexico State Police.

Youngsters help start Northern Navajo Nation Fair

Youngsters help start 106th annual Northern Navajo Nation Fair The 106th annual Northern Navajo Nation Fair started Thursday in Shiprock. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/navajo-nation/2017/10/05/youngsters-help-start-106th-annual-northern-navajo-nation-fair/737770001/ Kamyra Goldtooth participates in a 3-point shooting contest during Youth Day Thursday at the Northern Navajo Nation Fair in Shiprock.

Authorities investigate explosion in Farmington

There are still many questions surrounding an explosion in the Four Corners near a family practitioner's office early Tuesday morning. Law enforcement officers believe the detonation of a modified gas cylinder is responsible for the explosion.

What lies next for DACA recipients

Following the proposed rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program - with a six month delay - by President Donald Trump, DACA recipients had to scramble to file their renewal paperwork before Thursday, the deadline set by the administration. The U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services gave instructions that all renewal requests sent via mail must have been received by Thursday, Oct. 5, and the USCIS will not be accepting any requests received beyond this date.

Grandmother carjacked at gunpoint in Farmington mall

For quite some time, New Mexico has struggled with an ongoing battle against crime. One grandmother in the Four Corners found out earlier this week that no corner of the state is immune.

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