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Changing a popular TSV trail, building bike paths face torn reactions

Re-routing part of Williams Lake Trail and building 7 miles of new mountain biking trails are small potatoes for the U.S. Forest Service. But about half of the people who weighed in on the idea aren't into it. more

Will an Arroyo Seco acequia go solo?

The Taos Valley Acequia Association has been a major player in the Abeyta Settlement, being seen as a model of cooperation for other acequia alliances around New Mexico. Yet that cooperation may be splintering. more

Colfax County bans most fireworks

At the urging of Colfax County Fire Marshal Larry Osborn, the Colfax County Commission has issued a countywide ban on the sale and use of certain … more

LANL crew stripped after radiation found on worker's hands

Safety issues arose again at Los Alamos National Laboratory's plutonium facility last month, the latest in a series of radiation releases and operational mistakes … more

Acequia, forest and public transit happenings this Thursday

Environmental events aplenty are happening this Thursday (June 21) throughout Northern New Mexico. more

Vermejo Ranch wildfire mostly contained at 310 acres

A fire that started Thursday (June 14) at Vermejo Park Ranch in Colfax County is mostly contained, after several days of firefighting efforts from four different crews. more

Questa mine's water rights up for sale

In late May, Chevron Mining Inc. put up for sale or lease a whopping 1,400 acre-feet per year of water and 4,000 acres of land in Taos County. more

Bone-dry summer leads to all out fire ban on public lands

It was to be expected: all public lands in Taos County are now under severe fire restrictions.The Bureau of Land Management imposed fire restrictions on … more

First the fire, then a flood?

Before the Ute Park Fire broke out, everyone was praying for rain. But after burning through nearly 37,000 acres of Colfax County, the fire presents a new set of challenges for firefighters and … more

Firefighters make big headway taming Ute Park Fire

Firefighters continued to rein in the week-old Ute Park Fire, calling the 36,740 acre fire 66 percent contained in a Friday morning (June 8) update. The cause of the blaze remains unknown and … more
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