Poll: rail
Some government and business officials say a railroad is needed from Thoreau to the Four Corners to transport goods. Should city and county officials make investing in a railroad a priority?
 Yes, a railroad would support oil drilling, agriculture and other industries.
 No, a railroad, which would cost about $300 million, would be too expensive.
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Doors likely to close at Four Winds Recovery Center

Four Winds Recovery Center doesn't have money to run county's only detox center
FARMINGTON — The only detox center in San Juan County will close in November if it doesn't get more money. Full Story
Four Corners Sports
Boxers will show skills at Fall Fight Fest

FARMINGTON — The 505 Fight Factory will put on its second Fall Fight Fest in about two weeks. About 50 boxers are committed to fight on Oct. 4 Full Story
OPINION
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Editorial: Why wouldn't you equip police officers with body cameras?

Police in Ferguson, Mo., got new equipment recently. No, not an M1 Abrams tank — body cameras that record interactions with citizens. Full Story
LIFESTYLES
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Chaco Culture National Historical Park will mark fall equinox on Monday

FARMINGTON — Chaco Culture National Historical Park will celebrate the fall equinox throughout the day on Monday. Full Story
Opinion
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Editorial: Why wouldn't you equip police officers with body cameras?

Police in Ferguson, Mo., got new equipment recently. No, not an M1 Abrams tank — body cameras that record interactions with citizens. Full Story
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BUSINESS
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Designer consignment store Poppin' Tags opens new location in downtown Farmington

Poppin' Tags offer clothing, accessories and more
FARMINGTON — The downtown area has a new consignment store for shoppers. Poppin' Tags, 110 W. Main St. Full Story
Man at Texas Chick-fil-A pays $1K to treat diners

ABILENE, Texas (AP) — A generous customer has paid $1,000 to pick up the tab for diners in dozens of vehicles at the drive-thru lanes of a West Texas fast-food restaurant. Full Story
Science adviser to 'Interstellar' writing book

NEW YORK (AP) — A companion guide to Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" promises not only some background on one of the year's most anticipated movies but also some basic science. Full Story