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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, Farmington, New Mexico Local news wednesday september 2,2013 a Morf at Facebook com fut news and twitter com education Navajo prep students will Host Liv splash 5k proceeds from fundraiser w ill help with prom graduation by Joshua Kellogg kettogg4sdaily time Tom on twitter Farmington a Navajo pre Paratory school students have organized a 5k fun Draiser to raise Money for school activities and pro Mote wellness students in the class of 2017 will Host the by splash by color dash 5k on Friday evening at Farmington a Berg Park Junior Kolten tonally said students were looking for a fundraiser and discovered that an event like us splash had never taken place in the four Corners. Volunteers will throw water and non toxic cornstarch and by Dye at the or participants. The materials react under us Light stations along the course causing the runners to glow in the dark. The race will Start and finish at the Little Pavilion in Berg Park Quot with the run. I think we just wanted to try something new. And a lot of our classmates do i Joy Junior Taishan Tsosie said. Quot to have running brought in a new perspective with colors the vibrant Energy of everybody. I think its going to be a lot of proceeds from half of the ticket sales will Benefit the school with funds go ing toward prom and graduation expenses. Navajo prep applied with color dash to Host the race and was Approver because of the schools nonprofit status said Sandra Westbrook. Director of admissions and Public relations. She said the company helped submit permits to Host the race. Provided the necessary equipment and materials and created posters students have used to promote the race. The Navajo prep Cross country teams have volunteered to help with registration and at by stations. About 40 student and Parent volunteers will assist during the run. Also during the event there will be music a dance Competition and Hula hoop contest. Quot i think ifs an Opportunity for us to connect with the Community Quot Tsosie said. Joshua Kellogg covers education for the daily times. He May he reached at 505-564-4627. If you go what us splash by color dash 5k when race starts at 8 . Friday. Registration and packet pick up at 6 30p m color explosion and Check presentation at 9p m. Where Little Pavilion at Berg Park. 400scott ave. Farmington Cost $35per team Mem Ber. $40for individual $85 for family More info visit bit by Upu splash or cd5k.com Navajo nation to Iii in ii will mod Imlay in in a Meinl session by the daily time half Farmington a the Navajo nation Council will meet in a Spe Cial session at to a m. Today in the Council chamber in window Rock Ariz. Among the seven Bills on the proposed Agenda Are funding requests from the unreserved a designated fund balance for a Power line Extension project in wide ruins chapter in Arizona and for the head Start facility construction project in Black Mesa chapter in Arizona other pieces of legislation focus on accepting the audit report for the tribes fiscal year 2014 and confirming Ter Relene g. Massey As executive director of the division of social services. Delegates will also weigh in on Bills to change the judicial conduct commission ratify the restated Federal charter for the Navajo nation Oil and Gas co. And approve the Purchase of property in Gallup. The special session will be streamed live at . San Juan College College Day insights photos a ale a rooms if oar terms Bloomfield High school students Rick Hurst left and Katy Dukes both 17. Talk with a Recruiter from the University of new Mexico during College Day on tuesday at san Juan College s Henderson Fine arts Center in Farmington. Representatives from More than 25colleges and universities participated in the event College Day allows students to learn about topics like degree programs financial Aid and housing Henry claw 18. Left of Farmington talks with College recruiters during College Day on tuesday at san Juan College s Henderson Fine arts Center in Farmington booklets for St John s College Are displayed during College Oay on tuesday at san Juan College s Henderson Fine arts Center in Farmington Matt Garcia a Recruiter for Mesa lands Community College in Tucumcari Speaks with students during College Day on tuesday at san Juan College s Henderson Fine arts Center in Farmington crimean gels More than 8 years in prison Cor sex assault jury found Steven Michael John guilty of attempted rape after trial last year by Steve a Artson Aga prison tidally limn com on twitter Armington a Steven Michael Juhn was sentenced tuesday in Federal court to More than eight years in prison after being convicted in August 2014 of two sexual assault offences Accord ing to a . Department of Justice press release. John 23, of Kirtland was arrested july 24. 2013, for allegedly trying to rape a 16-year-old relative at the girls residence in Sanostee according to the criminal complaint. The girl told investigators she was taking a Shower on july 18, 2013, when she saw John standing in the bathroom. John undressed and forced hts Way into the Shower stall and began groping the girl the complaint states. The Girt managed to grab her cellphone and Call 911, which caused John to flee according to the complain club clips 3 River Sams the 3 River Sams a chapter of the Good Sams re Cra invites the Public to torn the chapter covers the four Corners area information wow 3 n vet Sam s com or 505-632-9252 alcoholics Anonymous i you want to drink. That s your business of you want to Stop. That s ours information 505-327-0731 or wow four Cor Tersaa org american cancer society the group is looking for people interested m serving As Volunteer Drivers in Aztec and Farmington for cancer patients being treated at the san Juan regional cancer Center Volunteer Drivers will be trained and certified information 505-609-6089 or 9/0-247-0278. Option 3. Or wow cancel org aphasia support group this group offers support and information for aphasia patients and their families the group meets the second wednesday of each month from noon to i 30 at Applebee s. 4601e main St in fanning ton information Joyce Lameire at 505-330-5256 Aztec red hat society the sauntering sultry Sassy Salsa s red hat society meets at i on the first wednesday of every month. Information Barbara Lee at 505-334-6566 Farmington elks Lodge Farmington elks Lodge no 1747 holds Lodge meetings at 7 30p m on the first and third mondays of every month at 801 municipal drive in Farmington. Farmington drove no 91. Benevolent patriotic order of does meets at 7 every second and fourth wednesday of the month information 505-325-1747 four Corners Coin club the club meets on the first wednesday of each month at the Farmington civic Center. 200 w Arrington St. Information Lon at 505-801-5373. Email information for club clips no later than a week before your scheduled meeting Date to Jan ight0daily-times.eom or club clips to daily times com. Call 505-564-4625 with questions John was arrested after turning himself in at the Shiprock police department he declined to provide a statement the complaint states. John was charged aug. 14,2013, with attempted aggravated sexual abuse and abusive sexual Contact and was found guilty of both offences after a three Day trial in August 2014. The department press release states. John was sentenced Dies Day to too months in Federal prison followed by five years of supervised release the press release states. According to a sentencing memorandum filed in april the recommended imprisonment Range was local history Farmington Enterprise sept 2.1910 rails spread tuesday night s train pulled into Farmington about nine o clock wednesday morning the cause of delay was spreading rails about six Miles this Side of Durango which resulted in the tender six Box cars and the mail car leaving the track. The Breakman sic walked Back to Durango and engaged a Crew and with the necessary ties and other repair material was sent Down to put the flyer on the track again one of the passengers on the belated train told an 235 to 293 months. However. Johns defense attorneys Point out in the memorandum that a court appointed psychologist determined it was unlikely Johns would be a repeat sex offender. Steve Garrison covers crime and courts for the daily times. He can be reached at 505-564-4644. Enterprise representative that the ties at this particular Point were so Rotten and crumbling that one could pull the spikes from them with nothing but his fingers. Luckily the engine and passenger coach remained on the track or that train might not have reached Farmington yet. Navajos prosperous that the local Navajo blankets Are growing scarcer every year As the result of the growing Lack of interest in weaving among the indians is the statement made by Lanager sic Herman Schweizer of the Harvey system s curio department who returned wednesday night from an arduous Over land trip into the Navajo county seventy five Miles Northwest of this City or. Schweizer. Among other experiences had the pleasing Novelty of going Twenty four hours without water and being effectively lost twice once having to pitch Camp forty Miles from nowhere in pitch darkness amid a driving Thunder storm with water coming Down in barrels Quot the navajos Are generally prosperous making a Good living out of their cattle and sheep and horses and goats Quot said or. Schweizer Quot As a result they Are showing a tendency to become too Well fixed financially to Monkey with weaving from left. Kyle sundheimer and Everett Homer recruiters with Eastern new Mexico University talk with students during College Day on tuesday at san Juan College s Henderson Fine arts Center in Farmington

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