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Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham told the state Wednesday (July 1) New Mexico was dangerously close to rolling back openings amidst the COVID-19 crisis.  As New Mexico’s cases increased … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday pardoned 19 people convicted of crimes in the state, the first time she has granted clemency during her administration.Most of the people on the list had been … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed three pieces of legislation from the special session into law Friday, including bills aimed at streamlining voting during the novel coronavirus pandemic, creating a … more
By the time Juan de Oñate died in 1626, he had been banished from New Mexico forever.In less than a decade as the first Spanish conquistador to establish a colony among the Pueblo Indian lands of … more
As if a pandemic and recession aren't enough to deal with, the rest of 2020 looks parched for Northern New Mexico.According to the June 18 update of the United … more
Safe, serene and healing — Ojo Caliente lodging reopens at 50 percent capacity as COVID-19 lockdown eases.  more
THIS HISTORIC COMMUNITY is almost fully surrounded by protected wilderness, including the Río Grande del Norte National Monument and the Carson National Forest, all of which offer some of the best hiking and camping in Northern New Mexico. more
NEW MEXICO IS CALLED THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT for many reasons. We are blessed with splendid scenery, lavish vistas and endless blue sky. History, culture, art, mountains, rivers and an active outdoor lifestyle attract us to this astonishing place. more
There's a new face of hunger in New Mexico. Individuals who have never before needed to rely on the government safety net, food pantries or soup kitchens are now regularly appearing at food distribution events. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham remains on Joe Biden's shortlist as his campaign narrows its search for a running mate. New Mexico's governor is one of six people being considered as Biden's vice … more
Taos Mountain Casino at Taos Pueblo reopened today (June 15) but has announced several COVID-19 restrictions to protect guests and employees. You must wear a mask, have your temperature taken before entering, maintain six feet of social distance and wash or sanitize your hands. more
A haze of smoke obscured Taos Mountain for the first time this week as high winds from the 25-acre Cañada fire blew from across the county line 50 miles to the … more
The Cañada Fire, which burned around 25 acres of forest just across Taos County's western line, has been 100 percent contained, according to an update from the Carson National … more
The New Mexico Supreme Court put a temporary halt to certain consumer debt collection orders on Monday (June 8) to help ease the financial pain many state residents are feeling due to the coronavirus … more
The search for treasure might be over, but the fight sure isn't. Forrest Fenn, an 89-year-old Santa Fe author and artifacts dealer, said his treasure chest hidden in the Rocky Mountains in 2010 was … more
Despite receiving little inner-party support from Republicans, Santa Fe engineer Alexis Johnson pulled off an unexpected victory over former Santa Fe County Commissioner Harry Montoya in the … more
Philmont Scout Ranch near Cimarrón, a premier facility of the Boy Scouts of America, has canceled all remaining programs for the 2020 summer season to comply with the New Mexico Health Department's  COVID-19 restrictions, according to a June 4 news release. more
A residential home in lower Arroyo Hondo sustained minor damage from a fire Monday morning (June 1) apparently caused by embers from a wood stove. The house was unoccupied at the time.  more
I have been following our candidates in the recent days and would like to promote one candidate, Joseph Sanchez.  Sanchez has been fighting, fixing, promoting, supporting and working for New … more
These days, I find myself celebrating small victories.We finished our schoolwork. We went for a walk. I talked with an old friend on the phone. In these unsettled times, I take … more
New Mexico businesses can open in a limited capacity after several weeks of COVID-19 shutdown.  Since the end of March, restaurants, gyms, liquor stores and other businesses across the state were ordered to shut down to prevent the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced that an amended  emergency health order would reopen more of the economy as the rate of the spread of COVID-19 decreases.   more
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will provide an update to her emergency public health orders at 3 p.m. today (May 28). She will be joined remotely by other state official who will provide the … more
Robert Parsons formed the Swing Dusters as a dance band specializing in Western swing classics and standards from the American songbook. This January the Swing Dusters held a CD release party for their first album, "That's Your Red Wagon." One of the songs from that CD has been nominated for New Mexico Music Awards Best Cover Song. more
At Nusenda Credit Union, commitment to excellent member service, care for community, being an employer of choice, and offering flexible products and services to meet members’ changing needs have always been priorities. In these uncertain times, those values remain the same. more
Real estate professional Dawn Grainger brings a uniquely Taos-centric perspective to her job. We asked her about life, work and quarantine. more
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