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    Poll: taxes
    Farmington City Council is considering raising taxes, rather than cutting services, to cope with the state's plan to cut "hold harmless" payments. Should the council approve tax raises?
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     Yes.
    CMWS 2015: Game 6, La Escuela de los Deportes de Carolina vs. Dallas Mustang

    Get live updates from Game 6 of the Connie Mack World Series between La Escuela de los Deportes de Carolina and the Dallas Mustang. Full Story
    Connie Mack World Series
    (Jon Austria/The Daily Times)
    CMWS 2015: Southern California Renegades roll past Louisiana Elite Yankees 9-2 in Game 4

    SoCal sent 10 batters to the plate in 4th innings
    FARMINGTON — After missing last year's Connie Mack World Series, the Southern California Renegades made their return to Ricketts Park known with a 9-2 win over the Louisiana Elite Yankees Saturday afternoon. Full Story
    OPINION
    Column: The first nuclear fallout was in New Mexico

    Editor's note: This column is the second of a two-part series. For days after the first atomic test on July 16, 1945, a powdery ash floated from the sky, coating everything in the Tularosa Basin, including cattle and crops. Full Story
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    It's prime time for summer fun with arts, crafts

    LAS CRUCES - School's been out for a while. The days are long. Kids are getting bored and many adults are in the mood for some creative fun, too. Full Story
    Entertainment
    (Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times)
    First Voices festival held in Kirtland

    Two longtime friends renew their efforts to inspire Native youth to pursue careers in arts, media
    FARMINGTON — Allie Young was just finishing her freshman year at Kirtland Central High School in 2010 with her pal Jourdan Bennett-Begaye when the time came to plan something special for the final meeting of a movie club they had started at the school. Full Story
    Opinion
    Column: The first nuclear fallout was in New Mexico

    Editor's note: This column is the second of a two-part series. For days after the first atomic test on July 16, 1945, a powdery ash floated from the sky, coating everything in the Tularosa Basin, including cattle and crops. Full Story
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    Connie Mack World Series
    (Jon Austria/The Daily Times)
    CMWS 2015: Southern California Renegades roll past Louisiana Elite Yankees 9-2 in Game 4

    SoCal sent 10 batters to the plate in 4th innings
    FARMINGTON — After missing last year's Connie Mack World Series, the Southern California Renegades made their return to Ricketts Park known with a 9-2 win over the Louisiana Elite Yankees Saturday afternoon. Full Story
    BUSINESS
    (Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times)
    Former groundskeeper says management to blame for poor cemetery conditions

    Owners of Memory Gardens are behind problems with plots, according to ex-groundskeeper
    FARMINGTON — Since last summer, more than 50 plot owners have vocally expressed their frustration over what they describe as a lack of upkeep at Memory Gardens cemetery. Full Story
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    At 93, TV producer Lear seeks to keep pushing boundaries

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Veteran TV producer Norman Lear of "All in the Family" fame is looking ahead to his next groundbreaking series. Full Story
    J.J. Abrams broke his back filming 'Star Wars'

    The 'Star Wars: Episode VII -- The Force Awakens' director reveals to Jon Stewart how the Millennium Falcon door that injured Harrison Ford on set also broke Abrams' back.