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Hundreds attend the funeral service for Navajo police Officer Alex Kee Yazzie

FARMINGTON — Hundreds of people who attended the funeral service for Navajo police officer Alex Kee Yazzie on Friday at PiƱon Hills Community Church ensured there were no empty seats. Full Story
Four Corners Sports
Baseball: Farmington falls to Millennium (Ariz.) 7-0 at Coach Bob Invitational

FARMINGTON — The Farmington baseball team couldn't make the plays when it mattered and fell to Millennium (Ariz. Full Story
OPINION
Editorial Ups and Downs: Highs and lows from last week's headlines

DOWN — There's an old saying about misery loving company, but we get no solace from the state's estimate that New Mexico will lose about 2,000 jobs in the oil and gas industry due to the low price of oil. Full Story
LIFESTYLES
For San Juan County Jews and Christians, seder dinners celebrate Passover

FARMINGTON - Several Christian groups in Farmington will join Jewish households throughout the world in serving seder dinners next week. Full Story
Entertainment
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Denver bluesman performs at Crash Music in Aztec

Moses Walker takes an unusual approach to almost every aspect of his music career
FARMINGTON — The way bluesman Moses Walker figures it, the fact that he isn't the world's most accomplished guitarist actually has worked to his advantage, helping him generate a unique sound. Full Story
Opinion
Editorial Ups and Downs: Highs and lows from last week's headlines

DOWN — There's an old saying about misery loving company, but we get no solace from the state's estimate that New Mexico will lose about 2,000 jobs in the oil and gas industry due to the low price of oil. Full Story
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Adventures in the Outdoors

Below the Rim Below the Rim

Joshua Perry's Musings on Basketball


BUSINESS
Read the March 2015 edition of Energy

Guide to the oil and gas and power industries in the Four Corners
This month's issue of Energy includes a feature on Bureau of Land Management inspectors and a story about long-time oilman Tom Dugan. Full Story
Alaska police officers corral grazing miniature horses

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Police officers in Alaska's biggest city became wranglers early Friday morning, rounding up a couple of miniature horses that escaped from their corral. Full Story
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Taraji P. Henson apologizes for racial profiling allegation

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actress Taraji P. Henson has apologized to police in the Southern California city of Glendale for accusing an officer of racially profiling her son. Full Story
'The Sopranos' Drea De Matteo loses New York home in explosion

'Modern Family’ actress Sarah Hyland grew up across the street from buildings that burned and collapsed in accident caused by gas and plumbing work.