(Jon Austria — The Daily Times)
Hundreds of runners compete in 32nd annual Shiprock Marathon

SHIPROCK — Hundreds of runners set out Saturday morning from Red Valley, Ariz., to make their way to the Shiprock Youth Center, 26. Full Story
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District 1-5A baseball: Piedra Vista earns bragging rights with 12-1 win over Farmington

FARMINGTON — Bragging rights belong to Piedra Vista after the Panther baseball team completed a season sweep of crosstown rival Farmington 12-1 at Ricketts Park Saturday. Full Story
OPINION
Column: A pastor's faith in Baltimore

BALTIMORE — Upstairs in the church office of Bethel A.M.E. Church, located several blocks from recent rioting, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake waits for a news conference to begin. Full Story
LIFESTYLES
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Column: Finding hope and healing in your relationship

They say no two snowflakes are identical. That has to be even truer for individuals. We are all so different from each other in so many ways. Full Story
Opinion
Column: A pastor's faith in Baltimore

BALTIMORE — Upstairs in the church office of Bethel A.M.E. Church, located several blocks from recent rioting, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake waits for a news conference to begin. Full Story
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BUSINESS
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BHP reaches tentative agreement to sell mine

Colorado coal company would buy mine, supply San Juan Generating Station
FARMINGTON — BHP Billiton has a tentative agreement to sell the San Juan Mine to a Colorado coal company by the end of the year. Full Story
(Tim Ireland/AP)
Oyez! Town crier at royal baby birth captures attention

LONDON (AP) — As dozens of journalists trained their lenses on a set of firmly shut double doors, waiting for a glimpse of Britain's new baby princess, a man in an outlandish costume stepped in to capture the world's attention. Full Story