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U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke has recommended President Donald Trump keep the boundaries of the Río Grande del Norte National Monument but change the management to allow more public access and include cooperation with tribal offices. more
With limited success, New Mexico politicians over the years have cut the corporate tax rate and offered lucrative incentives to companies pitching desk jobs in a state that offers few opportunities. more
Send us your best hunting photos of 2017 from here in New Mexico. Email photos to chooks@taosnews.com by Friday, Dec. 22 by noon. more
The construction zone for the natural gas pipeline in the Rio Grande Gorge has moved south and is now positioned about a half-mile on either side of Mile Marker 27 on State Road 68, according to Tim … more
Monday (Nov. 20) marked one year since a nighttime standoff between water protectors and police forces over the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. For more than half a year, Native water … more
Along the banks of the Río Hondo in the canyon leading up to Taos Ski Valley, six local wildland firefighters were felling the smaller trees in the densely forested Cuchillo campground … 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 public meeting is scheduled for Wednesday (Nov. 29) for the Questa community to hear and about restoration projects associated with the Chevron-owned molybdenum mine. The meeting is set for 5:30 … 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
The annual “Acequia Day” at the New Mexico Legislature is scheduled Jan. 25, a Thursday, in Santa Fe. The New Mexico Acequia Association announced the event in their regular newsletter. … more
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