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BLM's planning amendment still underway

BLM's planning amendment still underwayThe first major update to the regional planning document for the Bureau of Land Management is still not available for public review.In 2014, the Farmington … more

Wheeling to the WUI and wildfires

Getting the new equipment and buildings for volunteer fire stations have been a long time coming for the 13 fire districts from Peñasco to Amalia, which need new the upgrades to handle the terrain and types of calls they respond to. more

Williams Lake Trail re-design on tap for Wednesday talk at TSV

Officials with the Carson National Forest and Taos Ski Valley will host a public talk Wednesday (July 18) to discuss the re-alignment of one of the most popular hikes in the state: Williams Lake … more

Carson National Forest lifts burn ban but town, county keep theirs

The Carson National Forest is no longer under an all-out burn ban. Forest Service officials announced Monday (July 16) fire restrictions in the Carson National Forest will be lifted as of this … more

Vehicle leaks fluids into Rio Fernando

Taos County Sheriff's deputies arrived on scene Friday morning (July 13) at a campground on U.S 64 where a vehicle drove into the Rio Fernando, leaking fluids into the river. more

State water plan released to public

Everyone's been talking about this year's drought, but water planners with the State of New Mexico have outlined the long-term issues with the state's water supply in its draft State Water Plan. more

Grab the tent: Carson National Forest reopens with fire ban

The Carson National Forest reopened to the general public for hiking, biking, camping and other recreational activities Tuesday (July 10).The announcement … more

Smoldering wildfires mostly halt after dry, harrowing month

Here's a wrap-up of the status of several fires, current as of Wednesday (July 11) afternoon. Sardinas Canyon Fire, Taos County (18 miles from Taos)... more

BLM citizen council dwindles with nominations delay

And then there were four. The citizens advisory group for the Bureau of Land Management’s district office in Farmington met in Taos Tuesday (July 10). Yet it’s hardly a functional … more

BLM's citizen council meeting in Taos Tuesday

The Bureau of Land Management's local citizens advisory council will meet in Taos Tuesday (July 10).  It will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Kit Carson Electric Co-op board … more
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