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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Farmington, New Mexico Q Rod Check out the photos of the week no a a a a a him ii Dau the daily times of Farmington social Media get the latest updates from twitter and Facebook with our social Media App. k Limington new Miako is Clouds i High High 88 Low �8 a As monday August 31,2013 75cents a g a n in i t c o m a n y practice offers second Chance Farmington therapist focuses on juveniles who commit sex offences by James Fenton time com Erfen Homdt pm twitter Farmington a a Farmington therapist stands by her belief that Young people who commit sex of tenses Are worthy of a second Chance at a healthy Normal life. Alisha Hawthorne Martinez is a clinical social worker and drug ate and alcohol abuse Counselor licensed with the state. She previously specialized in treating patients with a history of drug and alcohol abuse hut she said her growing awareness of sexual offences throughout san Juan county a especially by those 18 and younger has Given her therapy practice a new direction. Starting in May she began treating Young people who commit sexual offences in addition to her practices usual Case Load of clients with mental health issues. I started noticing a trend that we have a lot of youth who cause sexual harm in our area and there Are not a lot of treatment options she said. Her practice is called second practice Page 3 Bountiful baskets i res aft of Nill Ion Vaide Coop that provides produce acids third location in san Juan county a it t get a i it program prov ides % baskets full of fruits and vegetables to families Joh Austria t of Dau i Emily Douglas helps her Mother Merci Bryant right fill boxes with vegetables Friday at the Aztec senior Center. By Hannah Grover Horox it or Dady times com nth mgr or on twitter Farmington a a nationwide Coop organization that provides communities with fresh produce has come to Aztec. Bountiful baskets delivered More than 90 baskets of fruit and vegetables to people at the Aztec senior Community Center on Friday. A there s a great excitement in the atmosphere Quot Cindy Iacov it to. The Center director said As volunteers placed the fruit and veggies into baskets. The program provides a limited number of baskets 96 per location a which Are purchased through a website. After purchasing a Basket Early in the week the consumer then takes a laundry Basket to the Center to pick up the produce on Friday. The produce is available every other Friday. Aztec is now the third com inanity in san Juan county to have a Bountiful baskets site. Misty Durham and Teresa Mcdaniel have been buying baskets in Farmington. They decided to show up and Volunteer to show their support of the program in Aztec. I like supporting Small Farmers Quot Mcdaniel said. The produce is grown by Small farms across the country. But supporting local Farmers is not the Only attraction for some Consumers. A i like the Price Quot Durham said. A Basket costs $15, or $25 for organic produce. That Price was also one of the factors that attracted i Man Lynn to become involved in the program in Farmington. She stopped by the Aztec site to help on Friday to show her support. Quot you get to meet the Community Quot she said. A you get to get fresh veggies and fruits and you Don t spend a lot of Hannah Grover Covert Aztec and Bloon Field As Well As general news Fin the daily times she can be reached at 505564-4652. Alisha Hawthorne Martinez. A therapist at second Chance counselling Speaks at her office in Farmington on Friday. Ai t in lot Dau new Mexico Trumps deportation idea was tried in 30s presidential candidate wants mass deportation nation new Mexico .1111,111 i horse racing global warming carving Hunting season Sun Ray forced changes into Alaska $ opens tuesday to wrap up Early global warming is carving Quot i i $ tuesday is the beginning of Sunray Park and Casino track measurable changes into another new Mexico Hunting management opted to scrap Alaska and president Boarna a i season for doves band tailed the final two Days of racing of is about to see it Page As pigeons and squirrels Page a the 2015 season Phoebi by Russell Contreras the associated pre Albuquerque Republican presidential candidate Donald Trumps Call for mass deportation of millions of immigrants living in the . Illegally As Well As their american born children bears similarities to a Large scale removal that Many mexican Amer ican families faced 85 years ago. During the great depression counties and cities in the american Southwest and Midwest forced mexican immigrants and their families to leave the . Over concerns they were taking jobs away from Whites despite their Legal right to stay the result around 500,000 to i million mexican immigrants and mexican americans were pushed out of the country during the 1930s repatriation As the removal is sometimes called. During that time immigrants were rounded up and sent to Mexico sometimes in Public places and often without formal proceedings. Others scared under the threat of violence left voluntarily. About 60 percent of those who left were american citizens according to various studies pm the 1930s repatriation. Later testimonies show families lost most of their possessions and some family members died trying to return. Neighbourhoods in cities such As Houston san Antonio and los Angeles became empty. The Impact of the experience on latinos remains evident today experts and advocates say. A it set the tone for later deportations a said Francisco Balder Rama a Chicano studies professor at California state University los Angeles. Idea a Page 3 ins agr am keep up with the daily times photographers Check out behind the scenes images from assignments throughout the four Corners at ht8tmieam.com/0aaytlmf s photo Index lottery a2 i local news a4 i obituaries. A5 i business. A i opinion a7 i weather a i sports. By 3 i comics b7-8 e ,%0901tmoi. Don t miss the 35th annual cancer Wal Kathon san Juan medical foundation Register and donate at or Call us at 505.609.6813

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