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The number of river segments eligible for a "wild and scenic" designation in the Carson National Forest dropped from 103 to 48 as a result of a recent forest-wide assessment. more
Update: Jan. 23, 7 a.m. Congress agreed to a three-week spending bill late Monday (Jan. 22), allowing the government to temporarily reopen today. A second federal shutdown could occur Feb. 8 unless a long-term spending bill is reached.
While lawmakers in Washington, D.C. wrangled Monday morning (Jan. 22) for a solution to reopen the federal government, local offices of national agencies were still trying to officially close their … more
"Hydrostatic testing" will be conducted this week to confirm there are no leaks on the natural gas pipeline that has been installed so far, according to Tim Korte, spokesperson for New Mexico Gas … more
The Lucky Corridor project is banking on the notion that the area's energy infrastructure desperately needs private investors and that climate policies, emerging technologies and financial markets are rapidly changing the mix of energy in the Western grid. more
Residents and organic farmers in Dixon and surrounding parts of Río Arriba County, along with representatives from the state’s transportation department, went through with a planned meetup to talk about long-term alternatives to spraying herbicides to manage weeds along state roads. more
A bit less than 2 miles from the Columbine Canyon Trailhead, a group of young people is 18 total days into a project to rebuild the bridge at the third river crossing (the fourth, if you count the … more
The state’s environment department claims the Cimarrón River is “getting much closer” to conditions that existed before a fuel tanker crashed and leaked more than 1,000 gallons of gas into the stream. more
A malfunctioning septic system at the Arroyo Seco Community Center that has periodically sent a trickle of green water into a nearby creek is set to get an overhaul in the coming weeks. more
Nominations are open for four positions on the local Resource Advisory Council of the Bureau of Land Management, which advises the federal agency on public land issues. Applications are due by May 30. more
The Taos County Democratic Party hosted a forum Saturday (Dec. 9) for Democrats vying for the party's nomination for State Land Commissioner. more
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