Poll: downtown_2
Consultants are working on a plan to improve Farmington's downtown. What's the best idea so far?
 Roundabouts.
 Fewer traffic lights.
 Fewer lanes.
 More parking.
 Wider sidewalks.
 More plants and shrubbery.
(Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times)
San Juan County, Navajo Nation officials talk about fire services

County officials await response from tribe
SHIPROCK — Navajo Nation officials offered no indication which option they are favoring during a meeting with San Juan County officials here Thursday to talk about a county proposal that would change the way fire protection services are provided on the reservation. Full Story
Four Corners Sports
(Jon Austria — The Daily Times)
Connie Mack Baseball preview: Naa'taanii feels confident as city league play begins

Team still awaiting the arrival of four pitchers
FARMINGTON — Two years ago, Naa'taanii reached the city tournament championship game. After being tripped up last year in the semifinals, coach Dineh Benally has reason to believe his 2015 team will make a deep run in the Connie Mack tournament. Full Story
OPINION
Energy Column: Another domino falls for anti-fossil fuel crusaders

Throughout the United States, especially in communities with existing or potential oil and gas development, outside groups have moved in with a vengeance and agitated the population, resulting in bans against all exploration for hydrocarbons and/or the use of hydraulic fracturing. Full Story
LIFESTYLES
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In their element: Kirtland man demonstrates simple can be better when it comes to hunting

AZTEC — If Drew Allcorn came across a snake in the road, he says he'd move it to safety. Rabbits, as plentiful as they are in the spring, are safe around the hunter because, in his own words, "if I won't eat it, I won't kill it. Full Story
Entertainment
(Courtesy photo)
Bluesman Ori Naftaly to be featured at Crash Music in Aztec

Guitarist Ori Naftaly moved to Memphis from Israel in search of the blues
FARMINGTON — It's not easy being a bluesman from Israel. But Ori Naftaly has no plans to give it up anytime soon. Full Story
Opinion
Energy Column: Another domino falls for anti-fossil fuel crusaders

Throughout the United States, especially in communities with existing or potential oil and gas development, outside groups have moved in with a vengeance and agitated the population, resulting in bans against all exploration for hydrocarbons and/or the use of hydraulic fracturing. Full Story
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BUSINESS
Coal miners will rally Saturday in Farmington in support of PNM plan

Officials say union members will voice support for PNM's San Juan Generating Station plan
FARMINGTON — Area coal mine workers will gather on Saturday at a local car dealership to raise awareness about their work and livelihoods. Full Story
Four Corners Sports
(Jon Austria — The Daily Times)
Connie Mack Baseball preview: Naa'taanii feels confident as city league play begins

Team still awaiting the arrival of four pitchers
FARMINGTON — Two years ago, Naa'taanii reached the city tournament championship game. After being tripped up last year in the semifinals, coach Dineh Benally has reason to believe his 2015 team will make a deep run in the Connie Mack tournament. Full Story
Lifestyles
(Photos by Molly Maxwell — Special to The Daily Times)
In their element: Kirtland man demonstrates simple can be better when it comes to hunting

AZTEC — If Drew Allcorn came across a snake in the road, he says he'd move it to safety. Rabbits, as plentiful as they are in the spring, are safe around the hunter because, in his own words, "if I won't eat it, I won't kill it. Full Story
(AP)
Who? Townshend, Springsteen, Daltrey jam at NYC event

NEW YORK (AP) — Bruce Springsteen called Pete Townshend "the greatest rhythm guitarist of all-time," told a story about attending his first Who concert as a pimply-faced teenager, and joined Townshend and surprise guest Roger Daltrey onstage for a rocking set. Full Story
(Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP, File)
Lindsay Lohan is finally off probation

'Mean Girls’ actress finished community service hours in a rush of work in recent weeks.