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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Farmington, New Mexico Q today a web Bonus n Check out video from the regional science fair. Do us tim com. a i. I-,-,.r i. 50% off wonderful Buffet saturday March 14,2013 5cfnts Facebook com cd news twitter com thedarl times Navajo nation in univ roman Miano partly Suh by High 64 Low 31 to a May pick fluency eligibility referendum could be determined before the presidential election by Noel Lyn Smith Ort twitter window Rock Ariz. A Navajo voters could head to the polls soon but not to elect a president. Instead voters could determine through a referendum whether to Amend the language fluency qual ideation for the presidency and online read More about this Issue it dam y tim Iscom vhf a presidency. Hie Navajo nation Council approved a Bill Friday to provide $�?��?~117,891 in supplemental funding from the unreserved undo a minded fund balance to the a Vius election administration to fund a special election Iii april. Delegates also approved an amendment to the Bill to have the appropriation first be used to f und a referendum question to modify a Section of the presidential and vice presidential qualifications. Under current tribal Law the president and vice president must fluently speak and understand Navajo and read and write English the referendum would change that qualification to having presidential and vice presidential candidates speak and understand the Navajo and English languages and their ability to do so would lie determined by the Navajo voter when a ballot is East. Delegate Leonard Tsosie pro posed the amendment during the special session Friday in the Council chamber in window Hock Ariz. In comments before the Council Tsosie said the referendum is a Way to heal the tribe because establishing the qualification of a candidates fluency in the Navajo language would be determined Lay the people. Tsosie did not offer a Date for the referendum although Imad located for it to occur before the voters Page it Farmington top of to 1 111 class students from around die four Corners participate in regional science fair by Hannah Grover Grover Dady fish Grover on twitter Farmington a farming and agriculture is part of Navajo preps oratory Academy student Adreyana Peters heritage. When he Learned that contaminants in the soil near Shiprock could be affecting crops produced there the 17-year-old decided to investigate. The results of his Experiment Are one of 163 projects being pre rented Al the san Juan regional science fair this weekend. The san Juan regional science and engineering fair kicked off with pre judging on Friday and will continue inlay at Piedra Vista High school. The san Juan Region includes c Uba to the South Lumberton to the East and Newcomb to the West. Pete investigated How hydrocarbons a Oil and Gas a in the soil could Impact crops like Corn. The Navajo prep Junior Learned about concerns in Shiprock regard Congress Dodges most email requirements Federal lawmakers who Are demanding Hillary Clinton s emails Are largely exempt from the same scrutiny. Pics a2 lottery a2 i la ing hydrocarbons in the soil from his Grandfather who serves on the Shiprock farm Board. The main concern was that Oil could be leaking into the water from tractors left in Fields from the Oil and Gas pipelines and Wells. A once that gets into the water any Type of water the whole ecosystem is affected Quot Pete said. He said the Corn grown in soil contaminated by hydrocarbons was slow to develop and was More yellow Orange than the Corn top a Page 6 Senate oks brain injury Bill for athletes to get measure requires thai student who plays sports will receive information about brain injuries Moi Ai if you go what san Juan regional science fair when Public viewing 2 to 5 p m. Today awards ceremony 6 30to 9 30 p m today where Piedra Vista High school crime inst Agram keep up with the Daity times photographers Chee out images from assignments throughout the four Corners at ims Tamam comb Oahu Rune Oro judge denies request for lower Hood businessman deemed flight risk. Its anti Muir Uilk Xun Ditlif m i by Steve Garrison to Arne Ltd # laity time com in twitter Farmington a for the second time in less than six months a District court judge denied a motion that would allow former new Mexico title co. Owner Bobby Willis to be released from the san Juan county adult detention Center on a reduced Bond judge Sandra Price ruled Friday that Willis would need to pay the pre existing $250,000 Cash Only Bond to be released into the Community citing concerns previously raised by judge William Birdsall that Willis is a flight risk. Quot he was allowed to travel Quot Price said referring to a former judge s decision to allow Willis to reside in Branson. Mo., while he awaited trial. Quot he was allowed to leave the area under cer lain conditions he did not follow those conditions he did not return for hearings Price acknowledged that Willis medical condition might have limited his ability to return for a court hearing last Spring but said his decision to Challenge his extradition from Missouri was an unnecessary Burden on the state Albuquerque defense attorney Joshua Boone is representing Willis. Who faces decades in prison after being charged in August 2012 with five felony counts of embezzlement one felony count of racketeering one felony count of o fudge a Page 6 online read More co Era of the Case at my tines com visit Tbs daily times Community Canter mane a appointment to Crew our archives at me i Center Check n a the door at 201h. Alter. Ave a3 i opine a7 i weather a i sport b1-3 i classifieds 94-6 i come 8?-< ust what the doctor ordered i t Tif soft Voge Obsi aet he he cum j34sf� his in in Cau Qew Mem in us Imam Mam my. 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