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Farmington.

1 Town (1990 pop. 20,608), Hartford co., central Conn., on the Farmington River; inc. 1645. It is mainly residential with some light industries. The town has a private girls' school and the Univ. of Connecticut Medical Hospital (a teaching hospital). Of interest are the Congregational Church (1770) and two museums.

2 City (1990 pop. 33,997), San Juan co., NW N.Mex., at the confluence of the San Juan, Animas, and La Plata rivers; inc. 1901. A distribution point for the Navajo and Ute Mountain reservations, it is the trade center of an oil, natural gas, and irrigated farm area. The city itself has light industry. San Juan College is in Farmington. Aztec Ruins National Monument and Salmon Ruins are nearby.

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The communication claims that Farmington Hotel's General Manager left the country on 7 March due to some alleged family problems 'and should be back on April 2, 2018.
Gardner Capital, a solar and housing development and investment company, along with MC Power Companies, Missouri Public Utility Alliance (MPUA), Farmington Industrial Development Authority (IDA), and the City of Farmington, Missouri, have conducted a ground-breaking ceremony at the future site of the new Farmington Solar Farm.
Corn Island NSDAR, which had selected Farmington as a historic preservation project, offered to create a cookbook.
The town has been trying to get the reality TV star's prez campaign to cough up the nearly $10k in expenses for services it provided when Trump and his Trumpkins held a rally at Farmington High School.
Farmington officials said Kum & Go is also planning to build a convenience store at the corner of Main and Broyles streets, the current location of a One Stop.
The 15s final saw Hibs defeat Falkirk 2-1 and in the 17s Forfar sank Real Farmington 4-3 in extra time.
The properties located in Farmington, CT, include 195 Farmington Avenue, a 43,997 s/f office facility; 2 Batterson Park Avenue, a 19,210 square foot s/f building; and Farmington Mountain Office Park located at 10-50 Stanford Drive, which is comprised of 5 buildings totaling 62,300 s/f.
In 1974, Navajo leaders penned Farmington "the Selma, Alabama of the Southwest.
Foucher acknowledges that he and other administrators in Farmington learned a valuable lesson from the uproar, even if they were stunned by the emotional intensity of it.
Farmington was tested in the Washington State Uniform Spring Barley Nursery from 1997 to 2001 (10-13 sites per year).
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Police and fire officials in Farmington Hills, Michigan, faced this situation and came out ahead.

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