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416 Fire turning Animas River brown


Aztec holds National Night Out

Remington bid provides insight into US tribe's aspirations

Brothers who fought in WWII honored

Ex-Navajo police officer gets 16 years for fatal DUI cash

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Truck crash spills more waste from Colorado mine into creek
New Mexico State Police officer accused of trafficking drugs
Bear cub treated for burns suffered in 416 Fire
Man accused of killing 13-yr-old son pleads not guilty
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Bear cub treated for burns suffered in 416 Fire

Man accused of killing 13-yr-old son pleads not guilty

Durango gym to fundraise Saturday for group that helps families of firefighters

Farmington police: Man dies while in custody

From France to Farmington: Helicopter doing test runs in Four Corners

Wildfire in northern NM sparks air quality fears

Wildfire sends huge plume of smoke into air

Man gets runaround trying to track down birth certificate

Historic southern Colorado train returns to the tracks, with a change

New pipeline to link Permian Basin to Corpus Christi

416 Fire at nearly 34,400 acres as dry and hot conditions persist

New film festival to celebrate Navajo language and culture

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416 Fire 37% contained; 34,000+ acres burned

Navajo leaders offer support to hate crime victims

Navajo police force to grow by 12 with Friday graduation

New Mexico diner sued by agency for religious discrimination

Rain stalls 416 Fire burning near Durango

416 Fire at nearly 33,000 acres as officials warn of flooding potential

Dispute over Navajo Nation water use sparked once again

One less candidate in crowded field to lead Navajo Nation

416 Fire evacuees facing confusion

Wildfire near Los Alamos grows to 100 acres

EPA lays out 1st steps to clean up southwest Colorado mines

Farmington implements mandatory water restrictions

Fighting the 416 Fire takes a massive team effort

Fire danger prompts more forest closures in New Mexico

Many Durango businesses stay open during 416 Fire


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