Poll: rail
Some government and business officials say a railroad is needed from Thoreau to the Four Corners to transport goods. Should city and county officials make investing in a railroad a priority?
 Yes, a railroad would support oil drilling, agriculture and other industries.
 No, a railroad, which would cost about $300 million, would be too expensive.
(Alexa Rogals /The Daily Times)
Farmington Chamber event offers sneak peek of San Juan College's School of Energy

Unique setting: Farmington Chamber hosts Business After Hours at School of Energy construction site
FARMINGTON — Residents had a rare opportunity on Thursday to tour San Juan College's new School of Energy building, which is currently under construction. Full Story
Four Corners Sports
Prep Roundup: Navajo Prep volleyball knocks off Gallup

FARMINGTON — The Navajo Prep volleyball team continued its hot start to the season with a win in Gallup. Full Story
Column: Time for GOP to deal with Gohmert

There are a lot of offensive ways to observe 9/11. A yoga studio near DC offered a 20 percent off sale ("9 + 11 = 20 PERCENT OFF! Full Story
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Chaco Culture National Historical Park will mark fall equinox on Monday

FARMINGTON — Chaco Culture National Historical Park will celebrate the fall equinox throughout the day on Monday. Full Story
(Courtesy of Luke Renner)
San Juan College students contribute to "Life in New Mexico" film promoting state's film industry

"Life in New Mexico" film promotes state film industry
FARMINGTON — Several San Juan College students contributed to and helped shape a statewide film project to bring attention to the post-production capabilities of the New Mexico film industry. Full Story
Base Camp Base Camp

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Joshua Perry's Musings on Basketball

(Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times)
Designer consignment store Poppin' Tags opens new location in downtown Farmington

Poppin' Tags offer clothing, accessories and more
FARMINGTON — The downtown area has a new consignment store for shoppers. Poppin' Tags, 110 W. Main St. Full Story
(Charles Krupa/AP)
Ig Nobel winner: Using pork to stop nosebleeds

BOSTON (AP) — There's some truth to the effectiveness of folk remedies and old wives' tales when it comes to serious medical issues, according to findings by a team from Detroit Medical Center. Full Story