• Getting their lederhosen in a twist - 01/28/2015 04:11 PM MST
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    (Jaclyn Waggoner — Special to The Daily Times)
    Outdoor enthusiasts to rally at Capitol against transfer of federal lands to state control

    01/28/2015 08:07 PM MST
    Outdoor enthusiasts to rally at Capitol against transfer of federal lands to state control SANTA FE — Sportsmen, hikers and mountain bikers plan to lobby lawmakers at the state Capitol today against bills that seek transfer of federal public lands to state control. 
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    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reviews proposal to designate critical habitat for cuckoo
    01/28/2015 05:14 PM MST - FARMINGTON — As humans developed land along river corridors, agriculture and housing took over riparian habitats. Full Story

    In their element: Farmington woman's lifting and confidence inspires others
    01/28/2015 05:16 PM MST - FARMINGTON — For many people, the new year means resolutions for better health and fitness. But for some, those small changes evolve into a lifestyle. Full Story

    Stay or play: Mountain huts and yurts provide a true vacation from the day-to-day
    01/21/2015 04:57 PM MST - RED MOUNTAIN PASS — The group of 10 friends from Colorado Springs cannot agree on or seem to remember how long they have been coming to the Addie S Hut. Full Story

    Farmington's Xpert Archery offers women's traditional archery class starting next month
    01/15/2015 02:02 PM MST - FARMINGTON — Movies like "The Hunger Games" and "Brave" have popularized female archers, and now Farmington's Xpert Archery is capitalizing on that momentum by offering a traditional archery class for women. Full Story

    Upcoming year is full of outdoors events throughout the Four Corners
    01/08/2015 07:53 AM MST - FARMINGTON — Fly-fishing the Quality Waters to support Navajo Ministries. Running through the desert to qualify for the Boston Marathon. Full Story

    Durango mixed climbing competition is a step toward Olympics, organizers say
    01/01/2015 07:37 PM MST - DURANGO, COLO. — The organizers of North America's first mixed climbing competition for teenagers hope an event held here will be a starting point that will launch the sport into the Olympics. Full Story

    Volunteer birders participate in longest-running citizen science survey
    12/25/2014 03:41 PM MST - CHACO CULTURE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK — A group of approximately a dozen volunteers gathered at the Chaco Culture National Historical Park visitors center Monday morning and looked over maps before dividing up into teams of between three and five people to go count birds throughout the park. Full Story

    Bucket List: Once mostly for locals, cross-country skiing in Manti-La Sal National Forest gains popularity
    12/24/2014 01:11 AM MST - MANTI-LA SAL NATIONAL FOREST — This time of year, Moab, Utah, is quiet. The slickrock riders have put away their mountain bikes for the winter, and Arches National Park hikers are at home planning next season's trips. Full Story

    Aztec Ruins' annual Evening of Lights is Thursday
    12/10/2014 03:18 PM MST - FARMINGTON — If you think you've seen it all at Aztec Ruins National Monument, think again. A rare opportunity to get a look at the monument after the sun goes down is in the offing from 6 to 8 Thursday night as the annual Evening of Lights returns. Full Story

    (Terry Renna)
    Bruce Jenner is becoming a woman, will document process with reality TV show

    The Olympic gold medal winner and “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star will document his transformation on a new reality show, reports say.