The City of Farmington, New Mexico is in the heart of America's Southwest, surrounded by world class cultural treasures and magnificent landscapes. Nestled in the picturesque San Juan River Valley, Farmington is within sight of Colorado's rugged San Juan Mountains and the desert highlands of Arizona and Utah. Farmington is the commercial center of the Four Corners Region with a population of 46,000 people.
The perfect place for enjoying extraordinary outdoor recreation and travel adventures, the Four Corners area is legendary for its year-round pleasant climate, which makes the area a pleasurable destination during any season.
Activities in Farmington include: Auto racing, biking, fishing, golfing, hiking, atv trails, snow sports, boating on Navajo Lake, rafting and camping.
FARMINGTON — Navajo Oil and Gas, a tribally owned company worth $458 million, has been in a leadership struggle for the past several weeks, and allegations have continued, the latest in a recent press release outlining an alleged company takeover.
FARMINGTON — Window Rock District Court Judge Carol Perry has granted the Navajo Nation special prosecutor's request to hold a group trial for current and former tribal council delegates charged in the discretionary fund cases.
FARMINGTON — A 32-year-old man has been charged with breaking into a house on Rockcress Place in Farmington on Sunday, telling two men who confronted him that he was being chased and feared for his life.