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On a hillside in Taos Ski Valley is the Taos Powderhorn, a gauging station where scientists have for decades measured snow piling up in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains above the Taos Valley. more
A majority of the fire districts in Colfax County are under a burn ban until further notice. The ban became effective Thursday (Jan. 4) and includes the Farley, Miami, French Tract, Vermejo Park and … more
Continuing a trend of putting up legal fights to the federal government's rush to roll back or rescind environmental regulations, New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas submitted comments to the … more
The game and fish department has released the annual booklet of hunting rules and information. more
Changes to some special trout waters in Taos County were approved by the game commission in November. more
New Mexico's State Game Commission, the seven-member body that sets hunting regulations through the state, will meet in Santa Fe today (Jan. 11). more
ALBUQUERQUE - When the trees are bare, climate scientist and meteorologist David Gutzler has an unobscured view of the Sandia Mountains from his office window. On the second floor of The University … more
Ranching organizations in New Mexico that asked the federal government to remove a small bird from its list of endangered speeches received some disappointing news last week. On Thursday (Dec. … more
After receiving a letter from the congressional delegation for Northern New Mexico, officials with the Carson National Forest have reiterated they are still accepting public comments on the recount … more
  With mild temperatures and little snow, many people are using this stint of odd winter weather to catch up or get ahead on yard work. And that often means burning brush and debris. Burn … more
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