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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - May 2, 2015, Farmington, New Mexico See a photo gallery from a horsemanship clinic daily 3 former Christie a lies red. I ill t4,4 4 #4444-m a the daily times of Farmington social Media get the latest updates from twitter and Facebook with our social Media App. Wmk saturday May 2,201s 75cents twitter com thedarl times fuming Ion. New Mexico spotty t-3torms High 80 Low 49 a agreement reached Colorado Coal company would buy mine Supply san Juan generating station by end of year if Deal fails alternate plan would close mine by Dan Schwartz it Schwartz daily time com did Chwartz pm twitter Farmington a Bop Billiton has a tentative agreement to sell the san Juan mine to a Colorado Coal company by the end of the year. If the agreement is finalized it could help Clear the Way for new Mexico Public regulation commission approval of a plan that would keep the mine and the san Juan generating station the Power Plant it supplies in operation. The mine employs More than 450 people and is the sole supplier for the san Juan generating station. Which employs another 350 people. If the Deal fails Bop has a plan in place that would close the mine in Early 2019, a company president said Friday. But a spokesman says by pm a plan is irrelevant be agreement a Page 3 a completed Coal Ash reclamation area is seen at san Juan mine. Photo Courtesy of Pat Risner online read More coverage of this Issue at daily times com recovery efforts on the i Farmington first responders help with Nepal earthquake medical Aid a Pirn Ter / Nick mrzlak Vince Mollitt offer disaster Relief in several villages Farmington Man charged in fatal shooting Cordova was arrested in connection to sept. Crime of to am pm Nick mrzlak. A battalion chief with the Farmington fire department administers medical Aid on thursday in Kathmandu Nepal to victims of the earthquake that struck the country on april 25. Mrzlak is supporting team Rubicon s Mobile clinics in outlying villages according to the organization by Noel Lyn Smith Nemuth Finady of Smtth it pm twitter Farmington Al to local men trained As first responders Are helping with the recovery Effort in Nepal the country located Between China and India was hit by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake on april 25. Recent reports of the resulting devastation include estimates that More than 6,000 people have died. Farmington residents Nick balt jul six officers charged in Gray s death the City s head prosecutor announced the charges on Friday saying no one is above the Law Page a mrzlak and Vince Moffitt were part of the first emergency response team from team Rubicon an organization whose volunteers Are military veterans and first responders whose primary Mission is providing immediate disaster Relief in the time Between the event and the arrival of conventional Aid organizations. Both men were dispatched on sunday for a Mission the organization has dubbed opera Tion Tenzing. Teams were conducting assessments and medi Cal operations in the villages of Karin Chow and Dhu thang on thursday according to a posting on the team Rubicon twitter account. Mrzlak is a Farmington fire department battalion chief who served As a Navy corpsman and muffin is a retired battalion chief with the department. Muffin is now an incident management team chief official with team Rubicon. Also travelling from the four Corners area is Breaux Burns recovery a Page 3 a the lessons he is learning Here will Benefit David Burke Deputy chief with the fire department Battleground syrian City still a ghost town three months after it was liberated from Isis forces Kobani continues to be largely unoccupied rage at up with the daily times photographers Check out behind the scenes images from assignments throughout the four Corners at West Aram com by Steve Garrison Eta Meemu to Steve Inge ont on Witter Farmington a a 20-year-old Farmington Man has been arrested in connection to the fatal shooting in september of Seth Stallings. Juanito Cordova was charged Friday in Farmington magistrate court with an open count of murder and tampering a with evidence. Chief Deputy District attorney Dustin of Brien said Friday an initial court appearance for Cordova has not been Cordova scheduled. According to the arrest warrant Cordova admitted in an interview with Bloomfield police detectives on april 2 that he murdered Stallings 22, on sept. 3 at a residence at 306 Sycamore St. In Farmington. It. Daryl noon of the Farmington police department said Friday that Cordova was being questioned by Bloomfield police in connection to the shooting of a 26-year-old Man outside the Bloomfield Farmers Market on feb. 9. Cordova later told Farmington police detectives in an interview that he a Felt bad Quot about shooting Stallings and wanted to put the incident behind him. A a in a tired of stressing a he said according to the complaint. Cordova told police he sold the firearm used in the shooting a 40-caliber pistol for drugs and shooting a Page 3 online read More about the Sycamore Street shooting at daily times com. Visit the daily times Community Center make an appointment to browse our archives at the Community Center Check in at the front door at 201n. 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