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Town of Taos officials say that without a different plan for shoring up revenues, surrounding communities have until September before they close the recycling center … more
Some things only happen because everything lines up at the right moment. So it was with the Gurule Fire.The fire started with a lightning strike June 7 in a part of … more
At the banks of the Río Grande, the force of the river is palpable, touching some primal spot in the psyche that says, "This is special." And it is. The flow of the Río Grande has … more
A fire from unknown causes was reported Friday afternoon (June 21) burning about 7 mies northwest of El Rito on the Carson National Forest. The Potrero fire has burned about 12 acres in a forested … more
After a strike of lightning started the modest Gurule fire earlier this month, the Carson National Forest planned to use the opportunity to go ahead and clean out a … more
After a strike of lightning started the modest Gurule Fire earlier this month, the Carson National Forest planned to use the opportunity to go ahead and clean out a section of the forest around El … more
The recent expansion of medical conditions that can qualify state residents for a cannabis prescription and the increase of plants dispensaries can legally grow – from 450 to 2,500 – have … more
Sandwiched between Taos Pueblo and U.S 64 in the narrow Taos Canyon is a swath of dense forest. Carson National Forest managers are proposing a couple of ways to reduce the fire risks on 9,709 acres … more
A small team of firefighters with the Carson National Forest are monitoring a 1-acre fire about 10 miles northwest of El Rito. The fire was caused by lightening and was reported Friday (June … more
New Mexicans suffering from Alzheimer's disease, opioid use disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder and three other qualifying conditions approved this month by the state may now turn to medical cannabis … more
Guzman Energy, the company helping Kit Carson Electric Cooperative build out a solar network across the region, has made an audacious proposal to the local co-op's … more
Three volunteers at the Wild and Scenic Rivers Area were honored May 22 by the Bureau of Land Management for their contributions in helping public land.Blake Ramos-Manz, Sergio Ramos-Manz and Dylan … more
Wannabe hemp farmers turn out for how-tos workshop When the Alianza Agri-Cultura de Taos put out a call for potential hemp farmers and producers to come to a workshop to learn about the industry and … more
The news isn't great for the world's animals, plants, pollinators or humanity's food supply when it comes to the effects of climate change that are getting more … more
Guzman Energy, the company helping Kit Carson Electric Cooperative build out a solar network across the region, has made an audacious proposal to the local co-op’s former energy provider, … more
The number of people in the West continues to grow and as our roadways get busier, collisions between vehicles and wildlife at the junctures with popular animal routes are growing as well. more
About 1,700 acres are likely to be treated with prescribed fire in the Tres Piedras area sometime between May 20 and June 15, as long as the weather conditions are favorable to burning. The Tio … more
This coming Monday (May 20), Plastic-Free Taos, led by the owners of Coffee Apothecary, will join several elected officials for a discussion about how to reduce plastic in the community. The talk … more
Though the Carson National Forest is keeping the Fawn Lakes campground closed for the time being due to flooding, there's plenty of other places to pitch a tent in the forest. Developed … more
The Carson National Forest Supervisor's Office, located on Cruz Alta Road in Taos, will be open this Saturday (May 18) from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to sell fuelwood permits. It's the only Saturday in … more
Blessing the water with San IsidroTo celebrate San Isidro, Northern New Mexico's ever-popular saint of farming, water and acequias, a multicultural "blessing of the … more
Aside from predators and the natural risks of making such a journey, migratory birds also face a growing threat that's impacting bird populations worldwide: plastic pollution. more
This spring has had some good streamflows, no?Though the rivers flowing around Taos County aren't seeing historic flows, it's still far more than usual and far, far more than last year.Case in point: … more
The Bureau of Land Management Taos Field Office is now selling personal-use fuelwood permits. Permits cost $12 per cord, and people can buy up to eight cords. Only dead (down or standing) … more
Taos County, along with 20 other counties in the state, was declared a primary disaster area by the USDA back in March, and farmers and ranchers have until November to apply for loans to help recover … more
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