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Editorial: Supreme Court must stop relentless attacks on abortion rights

10/20/2014 03:40 PM MDT
In 1973, the Supreme Court held in Roe vs. Wade that women have a fundamental, constitutional right to an abortion, as long as that right is balanced against the state's interest in protecting prenatal life and a woman's health. 
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Column: New Hispanic-centered comedy is surprisingly good
10/20/2014 03:39 PM MDT - "Cristela," "Cristela," "Cristela" — in my email, snail mail, my social media streams and practically in my fevered dreams. Full Story

EDUCATION
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San Juan College prepares for $10 million bond election in February

Local bond would renovate science labs, help repair college buildings
FARMINGTON — San Juan College is preparing for a local bond election next year when voters will decide whether to approve $10 million in general obligation bonds to fund capital projects. Full Story
SPORTS
(Jon Austria — The Daily Times)
Prep Newsmaker: Aztec's Jake Harris embraces change to lead the Tigers

AZTEC — In the rain and wind Friday night at Hutchison Stadium, Aztec senior Jake Harris turned in his best performance of the season, rushing the football 12 times for 70 yards and three touchdowns. Full Story

BUSINESS


(Jon Austria — The Daily Times)
2014 EDGE Awards: Wines of the San Juan, Sutherland Farms have found ways to keep visitors coming back

FARMINGTON — Two family-run agriculture businesses in San Juan County that have embrace agritourism have been recognized for their roles in helping the local economy. Full Story

MOST RECENT


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Editorial: Supreme Court must stop relentless attacks on abortion rights

10/20/2014 03:40 PM MDT
In 1973, the Supreme Court held in Roe vs. Wade that women have a fundamental, constitutional right to an abortion, as long as that right is balanced against the state's interest in protecting prenatal life and a woman's health. 
Full Story
Column: New Hispanic-centered comedy is surprisingly good
10/20/2014 03:39 PM MDT - "Cristela," "Cristela," "Cristela" — in my email, snail mail, my social media streams and practically in my fevered dreams. Full Story

Column: National Service is Anti-Liberty and Un-American
10/20/2014 03:38 PM MDT - Former Clinton Administration Labor Secretary Robert Reich recently called on the government to force young people to spend two years either "serving" in the military or performing some other type of government-directed "community service. Full Story

Editorial Ups and Downs: Highs and lows from last week's headlines
10/17/2014 05:06 PM MDT - UP — The numbers are astounding. In June, July and August, the Aztec Animal Shelter took in 700 animals — per month. Full Story

Letter: Mr. Deschene is that person
10/17/2014 05:05 PM MDT - Editor: The two lawyers representing two Navajo candidates filing charges against Deschene are opening up a can of worms so to speak. Full Story

Letter: The Ten Commandments Monument is important and indispensable.
10/17/2014 05:04 PM MDT - Editor: In your editorial page this morning you had an article about Janie Felix and the Wiccan religion, and you quoted her reason for bringing the lawsuit against the City of Bloomfield regarding our Ten Commandments Monument as being that the City didn't want "to extend that right to every Buddhist, every Wiccan. Full Story

Editorial roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the United States and abroad
10/17/2014 05:02 PM MDT - HBO now poised to blaze a trail online, but will others follow? In the mid-1990s, HBO made a strategic decision to invest more in original programming and make it the network's selling point, as opposed to the second-run movies that dominated its lineup in the early years. Full Story

Convicted murderer sues state over prison porn ban

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A convicted murderer sentenced to more than a half-century behind bars is suing the state of Connecticut, saying its ban on pornography in prison violates his constitutional rights. Full Story
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Museum shows Louis Armstrong photos by friend

NEW YORK (AP) — Louis Armstrong sometimes referred to Jack Bradley as his "white son," inviting him to private rehearsals, recording sessions, on the road, his dressing room and home. Full Story