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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 8, 2015, Farmington, New Mexico Today s web Bonus a Check out Connie Mack results galleries and video. Daily tifne8.com i my Vaif cows a soggy finish to a i us Dolinny is i the daily times of Farmington social Media get the latest updates from twitter and Facebook with our social Media App. Of ail time com i vat mime i in i i a o tip Parvu j a High 83 Low 57 a a saturday August 8,2013 75cents Ian Nett company officials say Animas River is off limits spill mine releases toxic metals into water plume expected to reach Farmington today what to know avoid Contact with River water test Well water City water systems Safe Alf Kaw of Dau time j Gerald Gonzalez of Farmington expresses concern on Friday about the plume in the Animas River while standing on a Bridge on . Highway 550near la Plata county Road 213north of the Colorado new Mexico Border by Dan Schwartz a Chat thirty amp duly Lime rom to Dodg thwarts on twitter Aztec a san Juan county executive officer Kim Carpenter Declarer a state of emergency Friday night and closed Access to the Animas River throughout the county. Earlier in the Day environmental Protection Agency officials said they suspect toxic metals Are suspended in a plume of Mustard coloured pollution washing Down the River. On wednesday morning an Epa team investigating the Gold King mine North of Silverton. Colo., breached a Wall of sediment releasing at least i million Gallons of contaminated water. An Orange mass of pollution then washed Down a Creek in the mining town that feeds the Animas River. Epa officials said late Friday that the plume Likely contains arsenic Lead Zinc Copper aluminium and cadmium but they were unable to confirm the amounts. The Agency has come under fire for waiting nearly 24 hours before notifying impacted communities of the release. Officials will hold a Public meeting to discuss the River contamination at noon today in the Farmington civic Center 200 w. Arrington St. Martin Hestmark assistant regional administrator for Epa Region 8, said in an interview that probably a a couple Hundred Quot Gallons a minute Are still seeping into the River. A a that a Animas a Page 3 Jesse Hawkins special to the daily times the Animas River flows on Friday near the Colorado new Mexico line. The River is contaminated with toxic metals. A if online View a photo gallery and video of the plume and read More coverage at . Landlord accused of Battery a j burglary Linda Henry 47, held on $10,000 Bond Henry by Steve Garrison to Stet let Al Triton d t on twitter Farmington a a 47-year-old Farmington landlord was arrester monday on allegations she broke into a tenants residence and stole items As reimbursement for past due rent. Linda Henry was Charger tiles Day in Farmington magistrate court with aggravated burglary As a second degree felony and Petty Misdemeanour Battery. Henry was being held at the san Juan county adult detention Center on a $10,000 Bond. She had not yet been appointed an attorney by the court or retained private representation according to court records. Farmington police officers were dispatched shortly after to . Monday to a residence at 2506 Almon drive in Farmington after receiving reports of a burglary Accord ing to the arrest warrant affidavit renter Stephanie stalker 28, told officers she found her landlord. Henry in the House without permission and told her to leave she said Henry screamed at her and grabbed a did player and portable Box fan that belonged to her Roommate Brittany Lee the warrant states. Henry then allegedly pushed stalker and fled the scene according to the warrant. Officers contacted Henry by phone a few hours later the warrant states. She told officers that Leeds boy Friend told her to visit the Almon drive residence to receive $300 in past due rent. Henry denied entering the residence or taking items according to the warrant. Ixm., 19, and her Boyfriend both denied speaking to Henry and denied owing her any Money the warrant states. The items allegedly stolen were valued at Between $55 and $70, according to the warrant. An initial court appearance has not yet been scheduled for Henry according to court records. Steve Garrison covers crime and courts for the daily limes. He can be reached at 505-564-4644. Education Lipper Fruitland native finishes Washington internship College student was part of a resident program focusing on native american students by Noel by n Smith @ rum it Hilt on twitter Farmington a an upper Fruitland resident completed an internship in Washington ., through a program geared toward native american College students. Quinn Martinez spent part of the summer taking part in the Washington internships for native students a program under the school of professional and extended studies at american University in Washington The program is open to american Indian Alaska native and native hawaiian students enrolled As a Sophomore Junior senior or graduate students in a election 2016 gop Field gets right Back to work Republican presidential candidates hustled Back before voters Friday in the Wake of thursdays debate Page a College or University according to the wins website. Martinez 21, participated in the program from May 28 to july 25. As part of the experience she lived on Campus and commuted to Baltimore to intern at the office of telecommunications and systems operations in the social Security administration. She also completed a seminar that supports the internship and one class in Federal Indian policy which earned her six College credits. Martinez who is a computer information systems major at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff ariz., said the internship widened her Outlook for a native a Page 3 Courtesy of Quinn Martinez Quinn Martinez of upper Fruitland poses on june la in front of the Washington Monument. 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