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Gov. Susana Martinez announced Friday (Dec. 22) she had appointed Jack King, a Lincoln County rancher, to the Interstate Stream Commission. Three of the commission's nine members resigned in … more
Here are our top picks for the most important local news stories of 2017. more
A four-megawatt solar array is officially set to be built at the Taos Regional Waste Water Treatment Plant thanks to two deals hammered out among government officials, Kit Carson Electric Cooperative … 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
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
Members of the state's congressional delegation are pushing to keep a lucrative but controversial nuclear project in New Mexico, arguing Los Alamos National Laboratory has been given an unfair shake … more
A new consortium of two Virginia companies has been awarded a contract worth up to $1.4 billion to monitor contaminated water systems... more
In the halls of Congress yesterday (Dec. 21), the U.S. Senate approved a bill to create wilderness around San Antonio and Ute Mountains in northern Taos and Río Arriba counties. The Cerros del … more
Starting in 2018, maps produced by the U.S. Forest Service will go up in price from  $10 to $14. But the new version of the Carson National Forest map, which was last updated in 2010, is … more
U.S. Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham introduced a bill to Congress that would open up conservation funding for New Mexico's land grants. Lujan Grisham, a Democrat who represents the central portion of … more
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