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Daily Times wins 7 awards in NNAF Better Newspapers Contest

FARMINGTON — The Farmington Daily Times won seven staff and individual awards in the National Newspaper Association Foundation’s 2022 Better Newspaper Contest. The Daily Times placed third in General Excellence in the Daily Division for the second year in a row. The first place winner was the Wyoming Tribune Eagle of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and second place went to the Sioux City Journal of Sioux City, Iowa.
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Women empowering women: Celebration of Women Conference returns to Farmington

FARMINGTON — Carisa Yazzie-Gonzalez stood with her arms stretched and focused on her breathing as she learned about tai chi on June 30. She was one of five women taking part in the class taught by Regina BlueEyes, a recreation specialist at Four Corners Regional Health Center in Red Mesa, Arizona, at the Celebration of Women Conference at the Farmington Civic Center. ...
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Ronchetti touts crime-fighting plan during Farmington visit

FARMINGTON −Having secured his party's nomination for governor in a heated battle against Rebecca Dow earlier this month, Republican Mark Ronchetti turned his attention to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham during an appearance in Farmington on June 28, blasting the Democratic incumbent for what he described as a lack of support for the law enforcement community throughout the state.
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Man identified after allegedly hitting Farmington officer with car

FARMINGTON, N.M. (KRQE) – More information has been released about the man accused of crashing his car into a Farmington Police officer, prompting the officer to open fire. The officer pulled over Ladarius Tinhorn last Thursday near 11th St. and Tucker Ave. but Tinhorn fled into a dead-end road. The officer got out of his cruiser telling […]
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Farmington man accused of running over policeman's foot; officer fires gun in response

FARMINGTON — A Farmington man faces multiple charges that stem from an incident last week where he allegedly injured a police officer with his vehicle. Ladarius Tinhorn, 19, is accused of third-degree felony counts of abuse of a child (does not result in death or great bodily harm) and aggravated battery on a peace officer (deadly weapon), along with fourth-degree felony count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, according to the criminal complaint.
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Calendar of events

The Makers Market returns from 3 p.m. to dusk Thursday, June 30, to Orchard Plaza, 101 N. Orchard Ave. in downtown Farmington. The event includes live music and approximately two dozen vendors selling fresh produce, baked goods, jams and jellies, clothing, arts and crafts, leather goods and more. Free. Call 505-320-0615.
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