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Letter: PESCO jobs are quality jobs

09/14/2014 12:38 AM MDT
Editor: I thought it was great news to hear that PESCO may add as many as 150 new jobs next year. These are the kinds of jobs San Juan County needs, where the workers can learn valuable skills and earn decent wages. 
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Letter: What a great community!
09/12/2014 03:42 PM MDT - Editor: Thanks go out to Joshua Kellogg and the Daily Times for his article on our Koogler Middle School Beginning Band. Full Story

EDUCATION
(Jon Austria — The Daily Times)
Kirtland Central High School students learn about filmmaking at Telluride Film Festival

Students attend program at the prestigious film festival
KIRTLAND — Video production students from Kirtland Central High School had a rare opportunity to attend a program at the prestigious Telluride Film Festival to learn about the art of filmmaking. Full Story
SPORTS
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Cross-country roundup: Shiprock has strong performance at Academy for Technology and the Classics' Invite

Piedra Vista withdraws from Southwest XC Challenge
FARMINGTON — The Shiprock boys cross-country team turned in another solid performance Saturday at the Academy for Technology and the Classics' Invite in Santa Fe. Full Story
BUSINESS
(Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times)
Designer consignment store Poppin' Tags opens new location in downtown Farmington

Poppin' Tags offer clothing, accessories and more
FARMINGTON — The downtown area has a new consignment store for shoppers. Poppin' Tags, 110 W. Main St. Full Story
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Letter: PESCO jobs are quality jobs

09/14/2014 12:38 AM MDT
Editor: I thought it was great news to hear that PESCO may add as many as 150 new jobs next year. These are the kinds of jobs San Juan County needs, where the workers can learn valuable skills and earn decent wages. 
Full Story
Letter: What a great community!
09/12/2014 03:42 PM MDT - Editor: Thanks go out to Joshua Kellogg and the Daily Times for his article on our Koogler Middle School Beginning Band. Full Story

Letter: Thank you for raising awareness of the issue of hunger in New Mexico.
09/12/2014 03:42 PM MDT - Editor: We thank you for the assistance you have provided to the ECHO Food Bank's mission of "helping people help themselves" during Hunger Action Month. Full Story

Column: Sky's the limit on small-loan interest rates in New Mexico
09/12/2014 03:40 PM MDT - Payday loans, title loans, signature loans. New Mexico has more than 656 small lenders, and they are operating in nearly every town. Full Story

Editorial: As Ebola kills, a budget-strapped WHO comes up short
09/12/2014 03:40 PM MDT - The United Nations warns that the intensive global medical effort needed to contain the Ebola virus sweeping through parts of West Africa could cost as much as $600 million. Full Story

Column: Improving New Mexico for Small Business
09/12/2014 03:39 PM MDT - Earlier this year, Thumbtack.com, a consumer service that links individuals to business professionals, released the results of our third annual survey on Small Business Friendliness. Full Story

Column: Scotland's epic vote
09/12/2014 03:35 PM MDT - WASHINGTON >> Tucking into a dish of Scottish haggis is not a task for the fainthearted. There are various haggis recipes, but basically it is sheep's pluck — the heart, lungs and liver — cooked together, then mixed with suet and oatmeal and boiled in a sheep's stomach, then served, sometimes drenched with Scotch. Full Story

Happy red cup leads to happy new Miss America

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Miss New York Kira Kazantsev won the Miss America pageant Sunday night, with the help of a red plastic cup. Full Story
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Nicki Minaj says old high school doesn't want her back

“Anaconda” rapper denied a chance to talk to students at LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts.