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By Cody Hookschooks@taosnews.comA group of runners met at the hot springs south of Taos in the early morning hours of Sunday (April 14). The steam came off the hot water as the sun rose over the … more
Juana Cardenas said she thought it was a loud thunder clap. But, when she looked down the hallway of her mobile home she saw a tree trunk where her bath and bedroom used to be. more
The New Mexico branch of the International Indigenous Youth Council is hosting a prayer run Sunday (April 14) to bring attention to water issues in the Taos Valley. more
Taos Gravel Products has a general construction permit, specifically for asphalt plants, that was originally issued in 2011. Comments are due by 5 p.m. on April 24. more
When Rodarte's Gloria Maestas, the former administrator of that community's small water system, looks out at the river flowing with force, or counts the number of snowstorms that blanketed the Peñasco Valley over the last season more
The public has until Monday (April 15) to make their voices heard on a new rule being proposed by the Trump administration that would change which rivers and streams are protected under certain federal laws. more
Christy Tafoya, the first woman named as State Parks Division director, will be retained in the position under a new governor. more
This time of year can be difficult for birds. more
Writer and photographer Sharon Niederman was driving on the road between Questa and Red River when she crossed paths with a herd of bighorn sheep on the move. more
Thanks to an extensive community effort, water flowed through the Vigil y Romo Acequia for the first time in nearly 50 years Friday (April 5).   Parciantes, participants in the ditch, … more
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