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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Farmington, New Mexico So saturday. March la. 2013 a non or racial of com wow Ini twit. 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Narrowly approved a rotators reducing the amount it renewable Energy sources us fiet would have to tap to provide electricity for thee customers by 2020 is required to or 20 per cent in 2020 the leg Statton rail for ruminating the higher re qui Cement the i How at or prism to Tiwu Hist Ward to tale a step backward am put i or brakes on continued Aru manic in the renewable Energy sector said Victor Reyes the leg Tda tvr director tor Causer a attn voters new Maxim Reyes called the 20 per rent requirement reason Able. Saying h will Spur lob creation while hotting Mil ates accountable nearly to states the the Prtrt of lot umm and two a territories Haw adopted renewable Energy port tot to Kundard during the past decade. While see Era it brr Haw Meta bolted goats new York i new re qui Remen i remain one at the highest in the nation Ai up percent according to a Federal data Baw that track. State incentives tor renew Able Energy and eff Tenry Anergy experts tat most a tales ate on frock to meet their Standard rut Paul cussing pres Blent of the Rio Grande foundation has argued thai Energy Vian Dards draw up Eire titty prices he contends that new Mexico s adoption of the renewable Energy Matt Dan in 2007 along with regulations spelling out How much wind and tatar could he a part of an times v tor owned Utility in risotto led to a Pike to electric try Price Steven Michel chief counsel tor Western re sources advocates Energy program has said new me Troy program is tort ins and that utilities ate Anding in Many instance that renewable resources Are becoming More pm Mun Lral Public Berrier cd of new Ikon which serve of than customers. A Ald it is meeting the join requirement thank to Are Era new solar arrays re nuwame Energy certificate from wind and solar Gen Erat pm. Amt the Power m s buying from the new red or wind farm pm port to to includes Mote than too megawatts of wind generated Power amt nearly to megawatts of solar reel Anergy who re pro a tors electricity to custom in in Eastern new mrs to am parts of Texas an non fired this week h will Purchase to megawatts of electricity from two planned solar farms near Row we the Peke of its Lar a Rome Down con Sider atty to a brr 0 s a Toady competitive with some at our other getter rating sources i been a game changer tor in reel spokesman wet Reeves said t rats Letlo analysts say new Metko Natl the Only stale to Ronaldrr rolling hark a standards a re port be the t enter tor the new Anergy agronomy found seven state marked nine my to Ion to either re hark enming pah Lea or modify the requirement of Scott tall were to pass the Towfie am or signed by the governor the state pub or regulation Tommy upon would hate to Amend its Rule tor governing renew Able Energy tor electro util Mea state legislature Hill ii it Iii i ii brain injuries in lit for stir int nah Lutcs oked Bloomfield chamber of Commerce by Milan Simonich a Tomm it Tow tit Mem Santa Etc state senators narrowly approved a Hill thursday requiring student athletes to receive instruction about brain injuries the vote was is us most republicans and a few democrats opposed the Nii on grounds that it might milk existing programs or create expenses for school districts and the new mrs Leo activities association democratic sen Bill Soules a High school teacher from Las Cruces sponsored the Bill. Ile said opponents were off the Mark he Bill would Amend the Public school code to ensure every student who plays sports or is involved in an activity would receive information about brain injuries. Parents or guardians would also have to acknowledge that their children have Learned about concussions so students dont return to Competition too soon after an injury. Sen. Mark Mooresr Albuquerque was a Mon those who voted against the my Moores a former football lineman at the University of new Mexico said the activities association already has online programs about brain injuries that students can accost Moores also Saki he worries about limitations that might make it difficult for do trots to comply As Many smaller school Don t have athletic trainers souks Mil has no requirement for schools to provide athlete trainers Only useful information he Mil goes next to the House of representatives Senate majority i Cader Michael sane hex. A Belen u sponsoring a related Mil it would establish rules for coaches on when student athletes could return to play after a head injury Contact Milan St Mon us at 906 3060 or nun Monum follow a ringside seat column and nog at com. Ran Minot own in Vire Larch was named business of the year at the Bloom arid chamber id commences an Quai banquet Friday night at Sunray Park a c Asino the theme of the Cham Bof annual awards event was Quot Cowboy up a nod to the areas Frontier past. Which brought out some at lenders in Stetson hats and Cowboy boots founded 26 years ago by Morris Young hmm tech provides Environ men Tai consulting and disposal services fur the us and Gas Industry chamber pres Dent Janet Mackey praised the family owned business at More than 60 employee for is Cha table giving and Community involvement a we had two extra mini lies Rome to us two Day before Christmas and invt r Olpe i went above and beyond Mac key said they gave tis Cash and had food for the family tor the holidays Bloomfield la messed to have Environ tech in the Community retired educator and outgoing Bloomfield schools Hoard president James Conyers was named citizen of the year. Conyers sat toward the Hack of the banquet Hall and took hts time approaching the Rostrum a in a reminded of Jack attend applaud As sponsors a Taco Road Friday Duent a Boom fetid chamber of Commerce banquet a Sun Ftp pal a Cosmo Benny the comedian when one time he accepted an award or didst think he or served when he said. I dont know if i deserve this. In i have arthritis and i dont deserve that Conyers said. Steve Miller was named Public employee of the year Miller has been a Volunteer firefighter with Bloom arid for seven years a just a super Nice Guy Bloomfield fire chief George Duncan said of Milter a always has a kind word tor everyone Bloomfield cultural Center director Norm Tucker eras honoured with the can Tine Don it Hor be Excel knee to leadership award George Duncan was honoured for a lifetime of giving to the Community with the judge James l Weisch award Duncan who att on the Board of the san Juan county communication author by thanked the City and the chamber tor the work people of both entities do tor people in the Community Lynne tuner retired educator and chamber Board member said Bloomfield is a special place that always has plenty to celebrate Quot Bloomfield is a urn of Bidden treasures you Don t a a b when you re passing through but if you Stop and look around you really do Raner said Quot Parent input family focus achoo Cine organisation All draw my from a relatively Small Pool of people but they come out they show real care and concern for each other in Large and Small ways that s what i love about James Fenton is the bustnes editor of the Batty times he am be reached at 506 56 4631lcxal history Farmington times Hustler March 14.1933 wich san Iuan Sasin Ock Ricks by Gao b Bowra wow of the Bank Holiday scare the Oil Man not the least bit but it did have a tendency to Stop work for several Days while operators began to wonder where the Money on pay Day was coming from Farmers can Bossow room tic government Roe crop production seed Loans Are available to those who Farmed last year or who Are to farm lands this year which were under cultivation in 1932 ninety million Dol Lars has been appropriated by Congress for this work throughout the United states for the year 1933. And of this amount ten million dollars Are expected to be used by the states of Texas. New Medico and Arizona last year there were Only 43farmers in san Juan county who took advantage of these Loans the average loan being $115 of Farmington daily times March 14,1961 officers a bobs breaking cases police Are probing several reported burglaries and grand Larcenie reported to them monday the crime involving the most value was reported by Eugene Smith. 1125 Mesa verde owner of the Animas garage at in South Miller Smith told officers that so four tires were stolen off a 1955 car parked near the garage and that the trunk was broken into and the spare tire a so was removed adding to the damages the car s wind Swid was smashed and the Carburettor Generator and Battery were flown tot estate damage and vary of missing terns was placed at $400 Gene Sill 1807north Wagner owner of the atomic sign service company 503 East Mam told Ponce monday that someone had entered his business the previous night by smashing a hoi in int South Watt of the Structure out that nothing appeared to be missing club clips delightful Dilly Dames red hat society the Dames meet the third saturday of each month the March meeting is at 505 burgers and wings b20 Sullivan ave in Farmington. Information 505 325-5146. American legion Post 93 the legion meets at 10 30 . On the second saturday of the month. Information Donna Lobato at 505-632-3403. The four Corners women s cancer support group the group meets at 10 . The first saturday of each month at the us cach cancer Center 731 w Animas St. In Farmington All women who have or had cancer Are invited to attend no dues no officers. Just an Opportunity for Friendly discussion with others in similar situations information Nellie Sandoval at 505-326-5143or Gail Williams at 505-334-3060. Order of Rebekah lodges Farmington san Juan Rebekah Independent order of Odd Fellows Lodge no. La meets at 7 . On the second and fourth mondays of each month at the Farmington civic Center 200 w Arrington St information Mildred Brown at 505-860-0697 Aztec the Hope Rebekah i00f no 12 meets at 6 30 on the first and third mondays at 107 it main St. In Aztec. Information Doris Falkner at 505-330-2022 Totah tracers genealogical society anyone interested in acquiring help in genealogical research is Welcome information . Compassionate friends tres Rios chapter this is a support group for parents grandparents and older siblings vrho Are grieving the death of a child of any age from any cause the group meets at 6 30p m on the second monday of each month at the presbyterian medical services hospice offices 608 Reilly ave in Farmington. Information 505 326-1074 email information for club clips no later than a week before your scheduled meeting Date to Knight amp daily times com or times com. Call 505 564 4625 with questions a. I. Imp r in s in a a but mum pm mum wow it Kwh Ana i bbb Mif Roe noun Sef Cati to sea ult Mev two eau. The mom forum Allen x 1819 e 201m is ii j my Max Animas 10 Amrita Vallay Mab focus in nor to Somo sep canc Zanot pm no no Misen tee Tasss i m to Tasa Saua a Quot Aulta to teams Sis res a Nauru aus v1 Imp Ali 1. 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