(Courtesy photo)
Bluesman Ori Naftaly to be featured at Crash Music in Aztec

Guitarist Ori Naftaly moved to Memphis from Israel in search of the blues
05/27/2015 03:56 PM MDT
FARMINGTON — It's not easy being a bluesman from Israel. But Ori Naftaly has no plans to give it up anytime soon. 
Full Story
Author Anne Hillerman to deliver presentations in Bloomfield and Durango
05/27/2015 03:50 PM MDT - FARMINGTON mdash; Famed New Mexico novelist Tony Hillerman wasn't just Anne Hillerman's father. He also was her writing teacher, on a formal and informal basis. Full Story

LIFESTYLES
(Photos by Molly Maxwell — Special to The Daily Times)
In their element: Kirtland man demonstrates simple can be better when it comes to hunting

AZTEC — If Drew Allcorn came across a snake in the road, he says he'd move it to safety. Rabbits, as plentiful as they are in the spring, are safe around the hunter because, in his own words, "if I won't eat it, I won't kill it. Full Story
EXPLORE
(Courtesy photo)
Bluesman Ori Naftaly to be featured at Crash Music in Aztec

Guitarist Ori Naftaly moved to Memphis from Israel in search of the blues
FARMINGTON — It's not easy being a bluesman from Israel. But Ori Naftaly has no plans to give it up anytime soon. Full Story
RELIGION
(Courtesy of Rachel Nelson)
Jerry Nelson to perform in Farmington and Durango

FARMINGTON — Jerry Nelson will bring a wide repertoire of music to a piano performance at a local church next week. Full Story
loading...
 
MOST RECENT
(Courtesy photo)
Bluesman Ori Naftaly to be featured at Crash Music in Aztec

Guitarist Ori Naftaly moved to Memphis from Israel in search of the blues
05/27/2015 03:56 PM MDT
FARMINGTON — It's not easy being a bluesman from Israel. But Ori Naftaly has no plans to give it up anytime soon. 
Full Story
Author Anne Hillerman to deliver presentations in Bloomfield and Durango
05/27/2015 03:50 PM MDT - FARMINGTON mdash; Famed New Mexico novelist Tony Hillerman wasn't just Anne Hillerman's father. He also was her writing teacher, on a formal and informal basis. Full Story

Farmington author wins award for her new book 'Fatal Winds'
05/27/2015 03:42 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — The crafting of her novel "Fatal Winds" was an off-and-on-again experience for Farmington writer Roberta Summers. Full Story

Cooler-than-normal weather in Farmington doesn't keep crowds from Riverfest
05/23/2015 07:21 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — Despite a forecast that called for clouds and the threat of rain, local residents turned out in large numbers Saturday for the 29th annual Riverfest, the annual three-day celebration along the Animas River in Berg and Animas parks presented by the River Reach Foundation. Full Story

Laura Rain and the Caesars perform at Riverfest, Aztec Theater
05/20/2015 02:30 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — Having been trained classically as a Verdi soprano, Laura Rain knows she probably would have been in for a much more stable lifestyle had she pursued a career as an opera singer or musical theater actress. Full Story

Aztec's Feat of Clay Gallery features three artists in new show
05/20/2015 02:33 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — Curt Stafford's mother was a florist, and his wife loves flowers. So even though the Flora Vista oil painter found himself working primarily in landscapes a few years ago, he said he figures he had little choice but to start painting floral scenes, as well. Full Story

TGIF concert series returns to downtown Farmington
05/20/2015 02:22 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — One of the city's more popular summertime traditions returns this week when the annual TGIF concert series gets underway at 11 a. Full Story

(Elise Amendola/AP)
Officials say those Boston snow piles are even more vile

BOSTON (AP) — It's disgusting enough to put you off snow cones for the rest of the summer. A Boston public works official says the towering piles of filthy snow left over from the city's record-setting winter are even more grotesque than most people can imagine. Full Story
(RJ Sangosti/AP)
The Latest: Holmes says depression drove him to kill

4:30 p.m. (MDT) James Holmes says he was driven to plot a mass killing out of depression. In a videotape that jurors in the Colorado theater shooting watched Friday, Holmes tells a state-appointed psychiatrist he transferred suicidal feelings to homicidal thoughts because he was catatonic with depression after breaking up with a Full Story
(AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)
Michael Jackson's ranch can be yours for $100 million

'Thriller’ singer’s amusement parks rides are gone, and property now called Sycamore Valley Ranch.