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On July 18, the Environmental Protection Agency announced it would give a $649,000 grant to the city of Española to help the municipal government replace its antiquated, corroded water lines along Coronado Avenue, one of the main roads in Española that runs parallel to U.S. 285. more
The leaky Cabresto Dam in the Carson National Forest 7 miles northeast of Questa is set to get an upgrade beginning this week. A project to install a new liner is being directed by the Dam Safety Bureau of … more
Construction on a new gas pipeline in the Río Grande Gorge was on track to be finished by the end of November until some rocks got in the way. more
Changes to some special trout waters in Taos County were approved by the game commission in November. more
The game and fish department has released the annual booklet of hunting rules and information. more
A land exchange that would officially add thousands of acres to the Río Grande del Norte National Monument – one that was put on hold due to a federal review of national monuments … 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
Seed savers are encouraged to contribute food crop seeds that grow quickly to farmers in Puerto Rico, where the island’s agriculture was devastated following two high-intensity … more
Major rains last week dumped on Taos a bit less than the rest of the state, but more rains and potentially severe weather are rolling through Taos again. more
  The Northern New Mexico Citizens Advisory Board met at Taos' El Monte Sagrado resort last Wednesday (Nov. 15). The board advises the U.S. Department of Energy on matters related to the … more
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