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The many and massive wildfires burning in the Western United States are the source of the haze that's been hanging over Taos for the past week. 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
No work is happening this week on the months-long project to reroute a natural gas pipeline in the Río Grande Gorge. The project was approved by the Bureau of Land Management in April and work … more
Los Alamos National Laboratory has reported a significant decrease in violations of its hazardous waste permit from the state, citing just 25 infractions in fiscal year 2017... more
NAMBÉ, N.M. - The workshop was a few minutes behind schedule. There was ground to cover - lots of it - but late-arriving parciantes, mayordomos, commissioners and secretaries were still streaming in. Seats ran low. There were more attendees than expected. more
An energy giant wants to bring a massive sweep of renewable power to New Mexico. Hundreds of new wind turbines would deliver emissions-free energy to more than 100,000 … more
The Taos County Commission is taking its challenge of a controversial transfer of groundwater rights from the Top of the World Farm in Costilla to the next level: district court. more
A small fire on a ridge above Pilar at the end of July was the latest in a string of wildfires in Taos County that have remained relatively small thanks to the onset of the annual monsoons. Wildland firefighters made the grueling climb July 21 from the Río Grande Gorge Visitor Center in Pilar up to the top of a ridge where a small fire churned out smoke that was visible throughout the community and lower stretch of the Río Grande del Norte National Monument. more
Udall and environmental groups wasted no time in criticizing President Donald J. Trump's 2019 budget proposal for the federal government. The budget came out Monday (Feb. 12) and calls for deep … 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
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