PoLL: 10 commandments
A federal judge ruled on Aug. 7 that a Ten Commandments monument on Bloomfield's City Hall violates the First Amendment and should be removed. Do you agree with the judge's opinion?
 Yes, the monument, which is a Christian marker, does not belong on government property.
 No, the monument has historical significance and belongs at City Hall.
(Jon Austria/ The Daily Times)
Popular recreation site Navajo State Park will mark 50th anniversary

Colorado: Navajo State Park will mark its 50th anniversary on Saturday
ARBOLES, COLO. — Standing on the dock at Two Rivers Marina, Sheri Figgs supervised her husband and her father as they loaded the family's boat onto their truck's trailer after a day of relaxing at Navajo Lake. Full Story
Four Corners Sports
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5A Volleyball Preview: Piedra Vista aims for third title game appearance

FHS, Aztec look to reload
FARMINGTON — The Piedra Vista volleyball team enters the 2014 season hoping the third time is the charm. Full Story
OPINION
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Editorial: Perry's indictment damages governor and the state

For a long time, Texas Gov. Rick Perry walked too fine a line between politics and policy. It caught up with him late last week. Full Story
LIFESTYLES
(Dan Schwartz/ The Daily Times)
Thoughts from the top: Dangerous and iconic mountain beckons many climbers

MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK, WASH. — Inside the cabin, four men wearing mountaineering boots talked of waiting for the fog to lift as a park ranger, 9,010 feet below Mount Rainier's summit, listened on his phone. Full Story
Opinion
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Editorial: Perry's indictment damages governor and the state

For a long time, Texas Gov. Rick Perry walked too fine a line between politics and policy. It caught up with him late last week. Full Story
Base Camp Base Camp

Adventures in the Outdoors

Below the Rim Below the Rim

Joshua Perry's Musings on Basketball


BUSINESS
(Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times)
Farmington's Spare Rib BBQ Co. marks its 25th anniversary

FARMINGTON — Looking back at the last 25 years, Jimmy Evans, the owner of Spare Rib BBQ Co., says, "it seems like just yesterday we were first getting the ingredients for our barbecue sauce. Full Story
Woman pays fine for climbing into giraffe pen

MILWAUKEE (AP) — A California woman who got kicked in the face after trying to climb into the giraffe exhibit at a Madison zoo has paid a fine and apologized. Full Story
(Kathy Willens/AP)
Met Opera, remaining unions reach labor agreements

NEW YORK (AP) — The Metropolitan Opera has reached labor agreements with the remaining unions that had expired contracts, averting the threat of a lockout with about a month to go before the season is scheduled to start. Full Story