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Cars are now being allowed through intermittently after a mudslide blocked traffic on State Highway 38 in Red River between milepost 10 and 12, Red River Central Dispatch confirmed Friday (July 30).
The 6th Annual Red River Folk Festival returns Sept. 23-26, 2021. Venues include Brandenburg Park, The Motherlode Saloon, and The Bittercreek Ranch Amphitheater. Tickets are available for the musical feast, featuring Michael Martin Murphey, Mary Gauthier, Junior Brown, Max Gomez, Terry Allen, Jed Zimmerman, Bob Livingston and more.
PHOTO GALLERY: The roar of heavy bikes thundered across the Enchanted Circle last weekend as the Red River Memorial Weekend Motorcycle Rally returned after COVID-19 restrictions canceled last year’s event. With masks off and crowds shoulder-to-shoulder, the event seemed back and better than ever.
This weekend, as more people come out of their COVID hideouts and embrace normal life once again, a familiar rumble will make its way around the Enchanted Circle. The 39th Annual Red River Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally - as well as the Hideout Pigtrail Music and Motorcycle Rally in Eagle Nest - will bring an estimated 20,000 motorcyclists to Northern New Mexico to enjoy the near-perfect temperatures, the blue skies and the official start of summer.
This week, the Town of Taos hears an update on its Comprehensive Plan, Taos County holds board of commissioners and board of adjustments meetings, and Red River and Questa hold village council meetings.
On Thursday, March 25, 2021, Ronald Gene Pockrandt, loving father and grandfather, passed away at the age of 83. Ron was born on February 3, 1938 in Los Angeles, CA to Hubert and Elizabeth Pockrandt. Ron served his country, by joining the United States Navy, when he was 17.
This week, the controversial 'Camino Fiesta' subdivision application comes before the town of Taos council after being rejected by the town planning and zoning commission. The town will also hear a presentation on the future of Taos Air. The county commissioners will hold a virtual "retreat" while Angel Fire, Red River and Taos Ski Valley all hold village council meetings.
This week, the town will discuss a resolution to request NMDOT fund for improvements to Camino del Medio, Red River holds four meetings on Tuesday, and Angel Fire discusses contracts for updates to various roads.
Now is the time for hiking in solitude and snowy silence at Wild Rivers, just north of Taos.
One of the less-traveled paths is the Pescado Trail that connects the Red River Fish Hatchery with the Wild Rivers Visitor Center. This trail gains about 800 feet over two miles and is considered a moderate trail in the summer months.