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Chaco concern spurs Taos gathering

Beata Tsosie-Pena of Tewa Women United, took questions after speaking about controversial fracking technology and its impact on the San Juan Basin in the northwestern portion of New Mexico. Specifically, a group gathered to discuss various issues … more

Republican sponsors bill to require audit of governor’s annual fund

The governor’s contingency fund — the only state government fund not subject to audit — would become more transparent under a bill filed for consideration during the upcoming session of the New Mexico Legislature. Senate Bill 27, sponsored … more

The wait is over: Michael's Kitchen open after annual break

An iconic Taos community diner, Michael’s Kitchen, reopened Dec. 16 at 7 a.m. after its annual fall break. “Michael’s Kitchen is a huge community player and folks have been counting the days till we open,” said Jamie Tedesco of ZAP … more

Carson National Forest closing area roads Dec. 30

The Carson National Forest will be closing and locking gates on forest roads Dec. 30. Many of the roads have seasonal closures because they are located in areas that are designated as wildlife wintering areas. The gates will remain locked until … more

Cannabis program grows like a weed — but with bumps and bruises

November brought not only the election of Donald Trump to the presidency, but also a nationwide trend toward marijuana legalization, both recreationally and medicinally. But not in New Mexico. While some people are looking longingly to the … more

Taos Pueblo manager to advise Dept. of Energy

Cherylin Atcitty, environmental manager for Taos Pueblo, has been appointed to serve as a member of the Northern New Mexico Citizens’ Advisory Board. “I am thankful for this opportunity to serve as a board member. I feel honored to represent … more

Questa schools request waiver on makeup days

Even though students in Questa missed 11 days of school during a water outage caused by issues with the village’s municipal well, school officials are hoping the state will grant a waiver so the district will not have to readjust the school … more

Nonviolence Works: A year to be grateful to our many partners

As 2016 comes to an end, I reflect on how NonviolenceWorks (NVW) is deeply grateful to the community partners who collaborated with us to provide services to 700 youth and 150 adult clients during the last 12 months. Our mission, “to inspire, … more

Questa school board races draw familiar names

With three races on tap for the Questa school board, the Feb. 7 election could mean old faces again have a majority on the board. Jose Lavato, Questa school board president, is the the only candidate to file for his seat, while Tammy Jaramillo, … more

Lawmakers vow to close gun show loophole

Two state Senate Democrats are planning to resume the fight in January over a legal loophole that allows gun buyers to avoid criminal background checks by purchasing firearms from sellers who aren’t licensed dealers. Senate Judiciary Committee … more
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