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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
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Tuesday he does not recommend cutting the size of two national monuments in New Mexico following a controversial review of federal lands. more
The Bureau of Land Manamgnet has rescheduled a meeting of the Resource Advisory Council. The council, or RAC, is a group of New Mexico citizens from diverse backgrounds who adivse the federal … more
A four-day hearing over proposed changes to state water quality standards wrapped up earlier this month at the Capitol, but a final decision likely won't come until spring on the regulations, which … more
The management contractor for Los Alamos National Laboratory on Tuesday (Nov.28) named a new director it hopes will right the safety and operations issues that have plagued the weapons lab, … more
Two local environmental and agricultural volunteers recently received awards for their years of service. more
Due to a lack of snowfall, the Carson National Forest's Canjilón Ranger District is offering  additional permits for fuelwood removal at Canjilón Lakes.  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
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
For folks willing to go into the woods for a tree this Christmas, it's open season. Permits for harvesting Christmas trees on the Carson National Forest are available through Dec. 22. Each permits … more
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