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After nearly an hour delay, court proceedings resumed Monday as of 11:45 a.m., according to court officials, who characterized the flooding as "fairly extensive." Hearings are expected to continue through Monday at the courthouse, located at 800 W...
B ayfield High School boys basketball head coach called Friday's season-opening loss to Monticello, Utah, an abberation. That was after the Wolverines responded with a 76-40 win over Shiprock in the second game of the Cortez Tournament on Saturday in
So far, everything's been great," said Williams, whose team lost to eventual champion Cromwell 60-44 last year and has moved up to Class L this year. "They've blended in awesomely. The whole work ethic of my team has improved because of those girls."
What causes ice dams on roofs, and how can I prevent them?...Answer: Those long icicles hanging from your roof might evoke a winter wonderland, but they're often associated with destructive ice dams. Ice dams form at a roof's edge and in gutters when
Maine (AP) A Farmington police sergeant is facing charges for unintentionally killing a cow moose. The Maine Warden Service has issued a summons for Edward Hastings IV of Chesterville. The Warden Service says Hastings and a hunting partner shot at a
Transportation impacts everyone including people who don't drive because everyone relies on products such as groceries that are delivered via the highways, he said. Serving as a commissioner is more along the lines of public service than a job. Zink
Maine (AP) Four people have been sentenced in connection with the morphine-related death of a Farmington woman last year...The Maine Medical Examiner's Office ruled the death accidental and said it was caused by multiple chronic respiratory diseases
Maine (AP) The Quebec town devastated by a runaway train that exploded in its downtown is getting more help from its sister city in western Maine...That brings the amount donated from the people of Farmington to more than $38,000. TV (http://bit.ly/
N.M.Voters in New Mexico's Four Corners region are set to decide whether restaurants in unincorporated San Juan County can sell beer and wine with food. The election Tuesday comes after Chris Taylor, the owner of Fisheads San Juan River Lodge, a fly-
A fire in a room at the 300-year-old Frances Canyon pueblito didn't burn hot enough to compromise the structure, but soot has stained stones and mortar. Bureau of Land Management officials believe the fire was set Oct. 31 during a Halloween party in