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Updated: July 06, 2015 9:14:43 PM MDT
Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times
BLOOMFIELD — Former Bloomfield School District Superintendent Joe Rasor is ready to retire for real after nearly 45 years of being involved in education and a previous unsuccessful retirement attempt.   Full Story
 
Jon Austria — The Daily Times
FARMINGTON — The San Juan College staff has been working the last two years toward implementing new tobacco policies to make all of its campuses tobacco/smoke free by 2020.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — A federal judge has ruled against a former Bloomfield schools employee who sued the school district and a former administrator for multiple instances of alleged racial discrimination and retaliation.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — A federal appeals court has ruled against former Career Prep High School Principal Joyce Rock, stating her constitutional rights were not violated when the Central Consolidated School District fired her for speaking against the possible closure of the school.   Full Story
 
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FARMINGTON — Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye has named a Shiprock man the new representative for the Northern Agency seat on the Diné College Board of Regents.   Full Story
 
Jon Austria — The Daily Times
The facility at the Health & Human Performance Center is one of the largest in the West with 6,000 square feet of climbing.   Full Story
 
 
OUTDOORS
Updated: July 02, 2015 4:06:48 PM MDT
Virginia A. Jones — Special to The Daily Times
FARMINGTON — Opportunities for hiking in the Four Corners are "virtually unlimited," according to JD Tanner, the former director of recreation at San Juan College's Health and Human Performance Center.   Full Story
 
Jon Austria — The Daily Times
FARMINGTON — Donna Thatcher, the education coordinator at Riverside Nature Center, can tell you which plants bring out red highlights in brunette hair — globe mallow — and which ones make black highlights stand out — horse weed.   Full Story
 
 
FOOD
Updated: June 29, 2014 6:28:53 PM MDT
Jon Austria — The Daily Times
FARMINGTON — A few months ago, the International Cake Exploration Society approached a group of New Mexico sugar artists and challenged them to create a cake representing the state for its upcoming convention in August in Albuquerque.   Full Story
 
Jon Austria The Daily Times
FARMINGTON — Sadie Shelton is crazy about canning.A volunteer at the San Juan County Fair for much of her adult life, Shelton also enters a cornucopia of edible entries each year in the food preservation competition.   Full Story
 
 
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