POLL: Adult entertainment
San Juan County Commissioners next month will vote on an ordinance that would require background checks, building setback distances and licenses for adult entertainment businesses. Should the county approve the ordinance?
 Yes, the ordinance benefits both the businesses and the county.
 No, the ordinance unfairly targets the businesses.
(Megan Farmer/The Daily Times)
Relatives finish Good Friday walk in honor of Shiprock woman killed 15 years ago

HOGBACK — Fifteen years ago, Janine Franklin started a Good Friday walk from Sacred Heart Parish in Waterflow to Christ the King Parish in Shiprock that she never finished. Full Story
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Aztec, Piedra Vista softball teams sweep doubleheaders to begin district play

FARMINGTON — The top two teams in 4A softball got off to solid starts in district play. No. 1 Aztec swept a doubleheader against Farmington High, while No. Full Story
Letter: Uranium mining should not be permitted.

Editor: I would like to congratulate the winners of the recent Farmington People's Choice art exhibit in Farmington. Full Story
(Magdalena Wegrzyn/The Daily Times)
Aztec churches come together for Easter sunrise service

Event will be held at Aztec Ruins National Monument
FARMINGTON — In the biblical story of the resurrection, three women checked on Jesus' body in a tomb at sunrise on the third day after his death. Full Story
(Jon Austria — The Daily Times)
A local chiropractor uses pressure points to help patients — both people and animals

Acupuncture also offered for animals by local veterinarian
FARMINGTON — Beth Davis, a chiropractor who works on dogs and people, massaged the back of an 8-year-old yellow Labrador named Hazel. Full Story
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