Poll: fluency
The requirement for elected tribal officials to speak the Navajo language is being hotly contested. Should candidates for the presidency be required to be fluent in Navajo?
 Yes, candidates need to fluently speak Navajo.
 No, candidates do not need to fluently speak Navajo.
(Jon Austria — The Daily Times)
Boopalooza delights families in downtown Farmington

Businesses opened their doors for trick-or-treaters
FARMINGTON — Families flocked to downtown Farmington for the annual Boopalooza celebration Friday evening. Full Story
Four Corners Sports
(Alexa Rogals The Daily Times)
Volleyball roundup: Kirtland Central sweeps Bloomfield to close out regular season

BLOOMFIELD — There is always concern that after a big, emotional win, there will be a hangover. Full Story
OPINION
EU climate compromise: I will, if you will

The European Union's new climate and energy goals are being heralded as "a new global standard" — though it's really more "I will, if you will. Full Story
LIFESTYLES
(pHOTOS BY Alexa Rogals The Daily Times)
San Juan County churches provide a safe place to celebrate Halloween

Grace Baptist Church challenges children to dress as Bible characters
FARMINGTON — Several San Juan County churches this year are offering alternative Halloween festivals for families, providing a more Christian-based celebration for the holiday, which has pagan roots. Full Story
Entertainment
(Courtesy of Studio 116)
Downtown Farmington studio celebrates Hispanic holiday

FARMINGTON — After a successful Dia de los Muertos celebration last year, Studio 116 hopes to expand the event and is partnering with ENLACE for this year's holiday. Full Story
Opinion
EU climate compromise: I will, if you will

The European Union's new climate and energy goals are being heralded as "a new global standard" — though it's really more "I will, if you will. Full Story
Base Camp Base Camp

Adventures in the Outdoors

Below the Rim Below the Rim

Joshua Perry's Musings on Basketball


BUSINESS


(Jon Austria / The Daily Times)
San Juan County unemployment slightly down for September

Employers still looking to fill positions
FARMINGTON — Unemployment decreased by one-tenth of a percentage point in San Juan County in September, according to the New Mexico Labor Review. Full Story
Lifestyles
(pHOTOS BY Alexa Rogals The Daily Times)
San Juan County churches provide a safe place to celebrate Halloween

Grace Baptist Church challenges children to dress as Bible characters
FARMINGTON — Several San Juan County churches this year are offering alternative Halloween festivals for families, providing a more Christian-based celebration for the holiday, which has pagan roots. Full Story
(Tina Fineberg/AP)
Superheroes, hazmat suits in NY Halloween parade

NEW YORK (AP) — Bloody zombies lumbered alongside superheroes, cowboys shared the road with villains and marchers in hazardous-materials garb evoked the Ebola crisis as the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade made its freewheeling way through downtown Manhattan on Friday. Full Story
(Carrie Antlfinger/AP)
Creator of Operation couldn't afford own operation

BLOOMINGDALE, Ill. (AP) — The creator of the board game Operation needed his own operation, and it turned out he couldn't afford to pay for it. Full Story