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Water outlook for 2018 in the Río Grande Basin 'deteriorates'

The monthly water forecast released Tuesday (Feb. 6) by Natural Resources Conservation Service calls the dry trend "remarkable" with little chance of recovering snowpack for the coming … more

Pipeline update: Feb. 8-14

"The construction zone is currently near mile marker 24 with about one mile of highway work remaining to reach the south end of the project area [near Rinconada]," said Tim Korte, spokesperson for … more

Photo Gallery: Ute Park Fire blazes through the night

Climate conference comes to Taos

    Taos will host a one-day statewide conference on New Mexico's solutions for what is being termed the "climate crisis" Oct. 28, a Saturday. "Experts in science, economics and … more

Ute Park Fire grows to 16,500 acres in northeastern New Mexico

4  p.m. update – As most people in the mountain village of Cimarron gathered their belongings and left their homes under a mandatory evacuation order Friday morning (June 1), village officials and staff continued a marathon session of answering questions and helping residents from their base at the village office. more

NASA livestream of solar eclipse along path of totality

Check out events, information and the eclipse as it passes over the United States more

Taos PRC rep votes no on state’s clean power plan

New Mexico's utility regulators voted last week to move forward in figuring out the details of a state-level clean power plan. more

Overview map of Ute Park Fire - from Southwest Coordination Center

This “Daily Incident Activity” map is from the Southwest Coordination Center: https://gacc.nifc.gov/swcc/ more

Local tribal members prepare for solar eclipse

Tommy Lewis, superintendent of Diné Education on the Navajo Nation, is advising tribal schoolchildren to take shelter indoors Monday as the sky darkens during a rare solar eclipse. Taos Pueblo … more

Congressional committee moves to reshape monument playbook

House Resolution 3990 would limit the size of national monuments, protect a limited number of objects rather than landscape-scale features and require local approval from county commissions. more
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