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Talk:Jesse James Johnson, Chuck Henry and Joe Apache recall, Raton, New Mexico (2010)

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Wardster wrote:

To maximize clarity for readers not familiar with the north-eastern part of the U.S. state of New Mexico, I'll note that this article's title may technically be somewhat incorrect or confusing.

Most of the current title for this page seems fine, but the name of the city is simply "Raton" rather than "Raton City". (The word RATON is pronounced similar to RAT and OWN, by the way.)

Suggestion to fix this issue: either drop the word "City" from the current title, or (perhaps a better choice) alter that part of the title to read, "City of Raton" instead of "Raton City".

Wardster (talk) 11:00, 28 October 2014 (CDT)


Wardster wrote:

Please note that the third link, to external references (leading to a newspaper called the Trinidad Times), no longer functions.

This may be because the newspaper itself is defunct or out of business? (As is the Raton Range newspaper.) The area's current news source is called the Raton Comet -- but that newspaper did not exist at the time of these events.

However, the same information that link was once the supplied reference source for can be found via links already on that same BallotPedia page, so the referenced information still remains valid.

Wardster (talk) 14:23, 28 October 2014 (CDT)
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