POLL: downtown
Many readers weighed in on Facebook with ideas for revitalizing Farmington's downtown. Which of our readers' suggestions do you think should be the city's top priority?
 Reduce the number of payday loan stores and open more restaurants and bars
 Get rid of street parking, make streets one-way and offer a parking garage
 Host more family-friendly activities, like festivals, and re-open the movie theater
(Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times)
Farmington Youth Transition Fair teaches students with disabilities about life after high school

Youth Transition Fair teaches students with disabilities about life after high school
FARMINGTON — Barbara Estes, a teacher's aid at Farmington High School, said many of the students with disabilities she has worked with in the past stay at home and do nothing after earning their diploma. Full Story
Four Corners Sports
Former Piedra Vista football head coach Wilhite dies at 77

FARMINGTON — The Piedra Vista football program lost one of its most celebrated members when former head coach Walter Wilson Wilhite died on April 18 in Vian, Okla. Full Story
OPINION
Editorial Ups and Downs: Highs and lows from last week's headlines

UP — First, congratulations to Russell Begaye and Jonathan Nez who received the most votes for president and vice president, respectively, in Tuesday's Navajo Nation elections. Full Story
LIFESTYLES
(Alexa Rogals/The Daily Times)
Farmington nonprofit brings nutrition, fitness to CCSD schools

National Conference on Cultural-Based Nutrition and Fitness for Native American Youth comes to Civic Center
FARMINGTON — The day Merissa Johnson, a nutritionist at Capacity Builders, taught students at Naschitti Elementary School to make pizza was the first time some of the children touched basil. Full Story
Entertainment
(Courtesy photo by Johnny Giles)
Mean Mary James returns as headliner for annual music festival in Bloomfield

FARMINGTON — As an independent artist in every sense of the word, Mean Mary James never has trouble finding something to occupy her time. Full Story
Opinion
Editorial Ups and Downs: Highs and lows from last week's headlines

UP — First, congratulations to Russell Begaye and Jonathan Nez who received the most votes for president and vice president, respectively, in Tuesday's Navajo Nation elections. Full Story
Base Camp Base Camp

Adventures in the Outdoors


BUSINESS
(Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times)
Energy Week offers San Juan County students hands-on look at oil and gas industry

Getting up close: Energy Week offers San Juan County students hands-on look at industry
FARMINGTON — Middle school students from throughout San Juan County are getting an up close look at how oil and gas is produced in the San Juan Basin. Full Story
Lifestyles
(Alexa Rogals/The Daily Times)
Farmington nonprofit brings nutrition, fitness to CCSD schools

National Conference on Cultural-Based Nutrition and Fitness for Native American Youth comes to Civic Center
FARMINGTON — The day Merissa Johnson, a nutritionist at Capacity Builders, taught students at Naschitti Elementary School to make pizza was the first time some of the children touched basil. Full Story
Owner spots his stolen truck in rearview mirror; arrest made

PIEDMONT, Ala. (AP) — A man driving to work in Alabama suddenly noticed his stolen pickup truck following him, setting off a chain of events that included a pursuit, a crash and an arrest. Full Story
(Mark Von Holden/Mark Von Holden/Invision/AP)
Nearly 17 million watch Jenner interview

NEW YORK (AP) — Former Olympian Bruce Jenner reached an audience of just under 17 million people for his declaration in an ABC News interview that he identifies as a woman. Full Story