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Associated gallery: Farmington protest

Farmington protest

Di Searle high-fives a passerby during the Mile Long Rally on Thursday in Farmington. The rally was organized to protest a New Mexico state order that has northwest New Mexico on a slower reopening schedule than the rest of the state. Photo by Jerry McBride
Associated gallery: Farmington protest

Farmington protest

Stephen Harper on his horse, Gray Dog, participates in the Mile Long Rally on Thursday in Farmington The rally was organized to protest a New Mexico state order that has northwest New Mexico on a slower reopening schedule than the rest of the state. Photo by Jerry McBride

Hundreds protest state-ordered closures in Farmington

Stephen Harper on his horse, Gray Dog, participates in the Mile Long Rally on Thursday in Farmington to protest the delayed reopening in northwest New Mexico.

Hundreds protest state-ordered closures in Farmington

Jarrett Johnson, owner of Navajo Lake Marina and Sims Marina, co-organizer of Thursday’s Mile Long Rally in Farmington, prepares for the event.

Hundreds protest state-ordered closures in Farmington

Five hundred to 1,000 people participated in Thursday’s Mile Long Rally in Farmington to protest the delayed reopening of businesses in northwest New Mexico.

Hundreds protest state-ordered closures in Farmington

Hundreds of people lined Main Street in Farmington on Thursday to protest state public health orders that have put northwest New Mexico on a slower reopening trajectory than the rest of the state. Stephen Harper on his horse, Gray Dog, was among the participants in the Mile Long Rally.

Hundreds protest state-ordered closures in Farmington

Five hundred to 1,000 people participated in the Mile Long Rally on Thursday in Farmington to protest the delayed reopening of businesses in northwest New Mexico.

Montezuma County taps into solar energy

Mike Ellis, of Shaw Solar, shows that a solar power meter is producing more energy than needed, which is banked to be drawn back for when the sun is not shining.

Montezuma County taps into solar energy

County officials tour new solar panels recently installed by Shaw Solar, of Durango, on top of the county annex building in Cortez.

Montezuma County taps into solar energy

Mike Ellis, of Shaw Solar, explains converters of a solar project recently installed on top of the Montezuma County Public Health Department to county commissioners Keenan Ertel and Jim Candelaria.
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