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El Prado to Taos: water relief to end Monday

While the town of Taos has been repairing its municipal water pumps for the past two weeks, the independent water system in El Prado has pushed over … more

Burn ban still on through dangerous fire weather

A burn ban is still in place for folks in the town of Taos and Taos County in the face of both critical fire weather and the continued dry conditions, with little relief expected. more

Former BLM campground host files sexual harassment complaint

A former campground host at the Río Grande del Norte National Monument filed a discrimination complaint stemming from alleged sexual harassment she said occurred while she was employed by the federal Bureau of Land Management. more

Landowner, state finish White Peak trial in Taos court

Both sides in the legal battle over several contested roads in a swathe of remote Northern New Mexico forest presented closing arguments in a high-profile … more

Planning to 'survive and thrive'

In the past couple of weeks, fires have flared up across the expansive landscape of Taos, Colfax and Río Arriba counties. One fire was near Angel … more

Dry spring forces Carson forest into first-level fire restrictions

By Cody Hookschooks@taosnews.comThe Taos NewsFire restrictions on public lands around Taos have been topics of conversation in recent weeks as the bone-dry forests have seen little moisture or relief … more

Santa Barbara acequias to meet about sharing

A second gathering of all the acequias in the Santa Barbara watershed is set for this evening (May 3). more

Abeyta parties push off management decision

Many of the lawyers, hydrologists and representatives for the Abeyta Settlement gathered in Taos Tuesday (May 1) for a meeting that was more cordial than … more

Monument highway sees roadside clearing

A maintenance crew with the New Mexico Department of Transportation has removed vegetation along a stretch of State Road 570 that runs through the lower section of the Río Grande del Norte … more

Carson forest to enter first-level fire restriction

The Carson National Forest will enter Stage I fire restrictions Monday (May 7).  Fire restrictions on public lands around Taos have been topics conversation in recent weeks as dry conditions … more
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