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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 12, 2015, Farmington, New Mexico , today a web Bonus a so photos from Friday night s football action. �?��tim., com new Mexico officers plead not guilty to murder re prep football see coverage of Alt local in games a sports a by the daily times of Farmington social Media get the latest updates from twitter and Facebook with our social Media App. Daily times com i Umi Ion. New Miako amp partly sunny High of Low 52 a As saturday september 12,201s 7scents ground Zero a 14 years later a Gannett company 9/11 victims remembered relatives survivors and recovery workers Mark anniversary with grief gratitude and appeals nearly 3, Kio people were killed in terror attacks by Jonathan Lomira and Jannie a paltz the Assoc Tatry pre new York a during years of going to ground zen every sept. La Tom Acquaviva has seen crowds diminish at the ceremonies commemorating the terror attacks. But his determination to participate has t. A was Long As in a breathing. 111 be Here Quot Acquaviva 81, said Friday As he arrived to pay tribute to his late son. Paul. More than 1,000 victims relatives survivors and recovery workers marked the 14th anniversary at ground Zero with grief gratitude and appeals to keep the toll front of mind As years pass. Quot its a hard Day. But its an important Day. Ill come every year that i can Quot recovery worker Robert Matticola said. But if the private ceremony is 9/u a Page 3 retired new York City firefighter Joseph Mccormick visits the South Pool Friday before a ceremony at the world Trade Center site in new York. Bryan Smith the associated pm sept. La anniversary crime around the world s Fth Syrotc unit receives american Flag that flew on special Mission in Afghanistan theft fleeing from police Timmy Serrano previously convicted of vehicle theft felony vandalism in 2010 by stave Garrison it Garnon daily Timex com in twitter Farmington it a 32-year-old Farmington Man was accused last week of stealing a pickup truck and fleeing from police. Timmy Serrano was charged aug. 31 in Farmington magistrate court with vehicle theft second offence firearm theft Possession of a firearm by a Felon and resisting an officer. Serrano was previously convicted in november 2010 of vehicle theft and felony vandalism according to court records. Serrano a attorney Stephen theft a Page 3 Serrano san Juan county police seeking Man accused in Shiprock assail la ease Navajo nation election Board certifies referendum results measure amends language qualifications q for tribal president vice president online read More coverage of the referendum at by Noel Lyn Smith Gunsmith it on Tinner Farmington a the Navajo Board of election supervisors has certified the results of the july 21 referendum to Amend the language qualifications for the tribal president and vice president. All eight members of the election Board voted to certify the results during a regular meeting thursday in window Rock arte. The official results show that 13,128 ballots were cast in favor of the referendum and 11,861 ballots were cast against the measure according to the Navajo election administration. Voter participation was 21.1 percent nationwide. The referendum amends the qualifications for the tribal president and vice president by having a candidates ability to speak and understand Navajo and English be determined by voters when they cast their ballots. Certification of the results came after the Navajo nations office of hearings and appeals dismissed a grievance filed july 30 by a member of the Klagetoh Board a Page 3 by Dan Schwartz a Charti Day lines cum on twitter Farmington it Shiprock police on Friday were still searching for a Man accused of assaulting his Girlfriend on thursday in Shiprock and then fleeing toward Farmington on Navajo route 36 Harrison Tsosie 25, of Cuba is considered armed and dangerous said capt. Ivan Tsosie of the Shiprock division of the Navajo nation police department. A the s still at Large Quot said capt. Tsosie on Friday morning. He said if anyone knows where the suspect is they can Call the Navajo department of criminal investigation at 928-871-6390 or the Fri at 505-326-5584. Assault a Page 3 of Ellno read More about the incident at daily times com Washington body cameras show More than the facts How and when the members of the Public will get to see the footage remains to be a crime charges dismissed in fatal overdose Case Dusty Taylor one of the men accused of fatally injecting a Friend with heroin no longer faces charges face a Farmington Aztec girls to meet in finals the lady scorpions and lady tigers rolled to Victory Friday in the Albuquerque Academy tourney semifinals fades keep up with the daily times photographers Check out behind the scenes images from assignments throughout the four Corners at Hist for am com daily t Ime Soho to Index lottery a2 i local news. ,a4 i obituaries As i opinion a7 i weather a8 i sports bl-3 i classifieds b4-6 i comics b7-8 my a to Toroc pro to members right unfold an american hag thai hew in Afghanistan during a Pep rally Friday. Photos by ale a Rog als the daily times retired i a. Col. John Hogan unfolds an american lag that hew in Afghanistan during u Pep rally in the scorpion gym on Friday at Farmington High school

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