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Editorial: Perry's indictment damages governor and the state

08/20/2014 04:37 PM MDT
For a long time, Texas Gov. Rick Perry walked too fine a line between politics and policy. It caught up with him late last week. 
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Column: Fed up with cupcake cops
08/20/2014 04:36 PM MDT - WASHINGTON >> In physics, a unified field theory is an attempt to explain with a single hypothesis the behavior of several fields. Full Story

EDUCATION
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New Northeast Elementary School building expected to solve space, safety issues

Set to be completed in July 2015, facility will accommodate 600 students
FARMINGTON — A new building under construction for Northeast Elementary School is expected to solve many issues currently plaguing the school, including a lack of classroom space and no safe access for loading and unloading students. Full Story
SPORTS
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5A Volleyball Preview: Piedra Vista aims for third title game appearance

FHS, Aztec look to reload
FARMINGTON — The Piedra Vista volleyball team enters the 2014 season hoping the third time is the charm. Full Story
BUSINESS
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Farmington's Spare Rib BBQ Co. marks its 25th anniversary

FARMINGTON — Looking back at the last 25 years, Jimmy Evans, the owner of Spare Rib BBQ Co., says, "it seems like just yesterday we were first getting the ingredients for our barbecue sauce. Full Story
MOST RECENT
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Editorial: Perry's indictment damages governor and the state

08/20/2014 04:37 PM MDT
For a long time, Texas Gov. Rick Perry walked too fine a line between politics and policy. It caught up with him late last week. 
Full Story
Column: Fed up with cupcake cops
08/20/2014 04:36 PM MDT - WASHINGTON >> In physics, a unified field theory is an attempt to explain with a single hypothesis the behavior of several fields. Full Story

Column: A consensus on criminals
08/20/2014 04:34 PM MDT - Partisan antagonism rules the capital, drowning out most attempts at constructive compromise. But on at least one issue, reasonable lawmakers from both parties strongly agree: reforming the criminal justice system to reduce the prison population and enable former inmates to become more productive members of society. Full Story

Editorial: Governor makes right call to quell unrest in Ferguson
08/19/2014 05:17 PM MDT - Gov. Jay Nixon on Monday took the long-overdue action to order Missouri National Guard troops to Ferguson. Full Story

Column: Climate Change: a symbolic battle against an unpleasant, toxic way of life
08/19/2014 05:16 PM MDT - As the author of a 1998 book tilted Talking So People Will Listen, I perked up when an article within the September issue of The Atlantic was brought to my attention: How to Talk About Climate Change So People Will Listen by Charles C. Full Story

Column: An upending of reason in the House
08/19/2014 05:15 PM MDT - WASHINGTON >> After conservatives brought down House Speaker John Boehner's bill to address the border crisis, the new House Republican leadership team issued a joint statement declaring that President Obama should fix the problem himself. Full Story

Editorial: Don't overreach on immigration, Mr. Obama
08/18/2014 06:06 PM MDT - When the Republican-controlled House of Representatives reneged on its promise to take up immigration reform before heading off on vacation, President Barack Obama vowed to take matters into his own hands by the end of summer. Full Story

Md. ban on grain alcohol hurts violin makers

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Binge drinkers and frat boys aren't the only ones despairing over Maryland's new ban on grain alcohol: Violin makers who used the liquor to make varnish are also affected. Full Story
Sweden artist jailed for denigrating blacks, Roma

STOCKHOLM (AP) — A Swedish artist has been sentenced to six months in prison for works that a court said depicted Gypsies and blacks in a racist manner. Full Story