What is RSS?
RSS (or Really Simple Syndication) is a format used for sharing and distributing news and other web content on the internet. The Farmington Daily Times has its RSS feeds updated whenever new content is published to the website. Farmington uses RSS 2.0.

What is RSS used for?
RSS provides news items containing short descriptions of web content together with a link to the full version of the content. 

How do I view RSS feeds?
To get RSS feeds, you’ll first need an RSS reader, which allows you to automatically pull in fresh content from multiple RSS feeds across the Web into a single application. Feed Readers, (also called news aggregators) can be obtained three ways: as extensions to your web browser, extensions to your e-mail program or as a standalone program. One popular web based reader is “My Yahoo!”. To instantly add Farmington feeds to your My Yahoo! personalized site, simply click the '+ My Yahoo!' button(s) below!

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Simply click on content area(s) you’re interested in subscribing to, and follow the instructions to add your news reader or your personal My Yahoo! Page.

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