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FARMINGTON — After more than a year of asking the post office on 20th Street to pull its weeds and clean its trash, Farmington Mayor Tommy Roberts can almost declare victory.   Full Story
 
 

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FARMINGTON — After more than a year of asking the post office on 20th Street to pull its weeds and clean its trash, Farmington Mayor Tommy Roberts can almost declare victory.   Full Story
 
BLOOMFIELD — Two lawsuits settled collectively for $462,500 this year have not hurt the City of Bloomfield's standing with its insurer, the New Mexico Municipal League.   Full Story
 
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FARMINGTON — Country singer Dustin Lynch considers his single "Cowboys and Angels" his breakthrough moment.   Full Story
 
 

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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
 
FARMINGTON — Farmington High School recently received the Safe Sports School Award from the National Athletic Trainers' Association for providing safe environments for its student-athletes.   Full Story
 
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FARMINGTON — The Piedra Vista volleyball team ran into a familiar opponent in the final of its tournament.   Full Story
 
 

Opinion

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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
 
Editor: Thanks go out to Joshua Kellogg and the Daily Times for his article on our Koogler Middle School Beginning Band.   Full Story
 
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
 
 

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