Adventure athlete Andrew Skurka will offer clinics in Farmington next week
03/05/2014 04:25 PM MST - FARMINGTON — Adventure athlete Andrew Skurka will speak about his travels next week at San Juan College in Farmington. Full Story
San Juan College associate professor talks about his career with National Geographic
02/19/2014 05:17 PM MST - FARMINGTON — For 33 years, William Gray made his living doing what many writers and photographers dream of — examining volcanoes, rafting through canyons, backpacking for months and following the path of a great explorer. Full Story
Local couples recall how the outdoors brought them together
02/12/2014 07:01 PM MST - FARMINGTON — Bicycles do not cause compatibility. Mountains cannot make people fall in love. But sharing a love for the outdoors can play a huge role in a relationship. Full Story
OUTDOORS BUCKET LIST: Most people hire guides to ice climb in Ouray, Colo.
01/29/2014 06:32 PM MST - OURARY, COLO. — Ice climbing is a dangerous sport. Ice climbers wield an ice tool in each hand, which they swing forcefully into a large, vertical ice formation, relying on spikes in the crampons attached to their feet to take steps up the ice wall. Full Story
Locals combine love for kayaking and the Grand Canyon to push their boundaries
01/22/2014 05:55 PM MST - FARMINGTON — Nearly two months ago, Marcel Bieg and David Childers set off on a journey they both say was the most grueling trip of their lives. Full Story
Farmington duck hunters show that laws, safety are part of traditional pastime
01/15/2014 11:09 PM MST - NAVAJO DAM — Ben Herrera, 23, is an optician at Vision Mart in Farmington. In eight hours, he will don a blue vest, slacks and shiny, black shoes and fit people for new glasses. Full Story
San Juan Wildlife Federation offers firearms safety, shooting practice
01/08/2014 07:11 PM MST - FARMINGTON — While the San Juan Wildlife Federation is a big club, everyone in it shares a common interest. Full Story
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Who are these soldiers? After 150 years, we now know.
The Library of Congress, which owns the rare tintype, had described it as an "unidentified company of soldiers" anonymous Yankees whose stories and fates seemed forgotten. Full Story
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Why does Connecticut want to regulate movie volume?
Connecticut could become the first state to curb loud movies under proposed legislation that's drawing opposition from the Motion Picture Association of America. Full Story