County Commission to consider spending $333K on detox and treatment centers

Money would help pay for new program that targets repeat offenders
10/20/2014 08:01 PM MDT
FARMINGTON — The San Juan County commission may authorize spending about $333,000 Tuesday to help open a facility that could replace some of the services currently offered by the county's only detox center, which is scheduled to close. 
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Lawyers investigating quadruple fatal crash on U.S. Highway 550
10/20/2014 07:07 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — An attorney said last week that his law firm is investigating the two-vehicle crash on U. Full Story

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County Commission to consider spending $333K on detox and treatment centers

Money would help pay for new program that targets repeat offenders
10/20/2014 08:01 PM MDT
FARMINGTON — The San Juan County commission may authorize spending about $333,000 Tuesday to help open a facility that could replace some of the services currently offered by the county's only detox center, which is scheduled to close. 
Full Story
Lawyers investigating quadruple fatal crash on U.S. Highway 550
10/20/2014 07:07 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — An attorney said last week that his law firm is investigating the two-vehicle crash on U. Full Story

County offers to settle lawsuit brought by former sheriff's candidate
10/20/2014 07:05 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — Attorneys representing San Juan County and Sheriff Ken Christesen, among others, have made an offer to settle claims of libel and slander made by a former candidate for sheriff. Full Story

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10/19/2014 08:11 PM MDT - The 4 Corners Australian Shepherd Association's Dog Day of Fun at Saddleback Park in Farmington was an opportunity for dog owners and lovers a chance to play games and dress up.  Full Story

New proposed Farmington charter school, Outburst Academy, holds informational meeting
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2014 EDGE Awards: Employees are the key to success at Farmington's Lane Electric
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