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New Mexico could lose hundreds of millions of dollars a year in revenue from oil and gas produced on federal lands if lawmakers approve a tax-reform plan wending its … more
Two upcoming agricultural and environmental events with a bent toward influencing policy. more
Days after a national study ranked New Mexico as the worst state to raise a family, a new report says that more of the state’s children are living in poverty... more
The approximately 4,000-acre Robert Mutz Ranch, located in and around the former mining boomtown of Elizabethtown in the Moreno Valley, is for sale. For now, Red River Stables and Red River Mountain … more
Several years in the making, the Taos Pueblo Veterans Living Memorial was officially dedicated Saturday, (Nov. 11), to the previous, current and future veterans from … more
Habitat for Humanity in Taos is finishing an adobe house for a family currently and will start another one soon. They had volunteers from all across the United States helping on a recent Women Build … more
The following is a partial police blotter from Angel Fire for Aug. 24-27. more
Angel Fire Mayor Barbara Cottam has announced the resignation of Councilor Brinn Colenda from the Angel Fire Village Council, effective Nov. 7. Colenda … more
No pedestrians were killed on Taos roadways in 2016, according to Taos Police records, and before 2017 wound its way to a close, town police say they were looking at another safe year – … more
Jo Mixon, president and chief executive officer of the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce, has been named a finalist in Samaritan Counseling Center's 19th annual Ethics in Business Awards. She was … more
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