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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
With all the travails Taos county educators are dealing with these days, they really needed some good news – and it arrived in spades May 14. Vista Grande High School, Peñasco Elementary, Enos Garcia Elementary and Taos International School all received $150,000 grants to implement their plans for restructuring as community schools under phase two of the state Public Education Department’s Community Schools Initiative. 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
In honoring the 20th year of the publication “Enchanted Homes,” we have been visiting the many ways in which the community looks different between “then and now.” And perhaps the most significant changes have come in the way we look at and utilize our land. more
By early 2021, Kit Carson Electrical Cooperative (KCEC) will complete the installation of a 15 megawatt solar array near the airport, reaching its goal of 100 percent daytime solar. This is a huge milestone: 100 percent of our daytime electrical needs will be solar-generated on a sunny midsummer day. In effect, about 42 percent of our annual load will be renewable energy – mere shouting distance from the 50 percent goal mandated for 2030 by the New Mexico Energy Transition Act. Kudos to Kit Carson and CEO Luis Reyes! more
Update: June 2    This job has been removed from the State Personnel website. The state received more than 2,000 applications for the positions.  The New Mexican Department of Health is accepting applications for contact-tracing positions, a job that involves working with New Mexicans who have tested positive for coronavirus to identify people they may have been exposed to. more
To honor all veterans on Memorial Day, New Mexico Public Broadcast System is airing Albuquerque filmmaker Sarah Kanafani's poignant documentary "On This Hallowed Ground: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Born from Tragedy" on Sunday (May 24) at 10 p.m. and Monday (May 25) at 8 p.m. on Channel 5.1. more
Student-athletes will start the 2020-21 school year with a clean eligibility slate, thanks to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. And the New Mexico Activities Association is expected to regulate the summer activity for its member schools' athletic teams. more
New Mexico will receive $77.3 million in federal government funding for COVID-19 testing and contact-tracing efforts, the state's five congressional representatives announced Thursday. The money, which will come from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is part of $25 billion in funding passed by Congress last month for testing, health care providers and small businesses. more
Red River Brewing might not be open for dine-in during this coronavirus pandemic, but the team is still finding ways to bring their menu, beer and spirits to their customers. In this case, that means free delivery for those living in the Red River area and in the Upper Valley, Sharon Calhoun, co-owner of Red River Brewing, said. more
New Mexico Human Service Secretary David Scrase said New Mexico is on the right track to decreasing the number of COVID-19 cases.  During a Wednesday (May 20) press conference, Scrase said … more
Has the first wave of massive unemployment claims begun to subside? New Mexico saw a 35 percent drop in initial unemployment claims for the week ending May 9, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. more
Rio Grande cutthroat, Gila, brown, brook and rainbow trout are the five species that you must catch to complete the challenge. The first four species are often found in small high mountain streams. The fish thrive in these fertile waters, feasting on a variety of insects throughout the year. They also survive in these small waters by being ellusive and wary of predators such as eagles, racoons, bears and anything else that might try to snatch them up. They are amazingly adept at detecting motion and potential threats. more
The New Mexico Medical Assistance Division announced Medicaid rate increases this month for inpatient volumes at New Mexico hospitals, but with revenues declining sharply in response to record-low patient volumes, that may do little to stop the bleeding … more
The last time state economists released revenue forecasts, New Mexico had a massive oil boom with no end in sight. Oh, how times have changed. Those same economists released dire revenue projections on Wednesday (May 6), suggesting New Mexico could take in between $1.7 billion and $2.4 billion less than originally expected during the next fiscal year as the novel coronavirus pandemic and plummeting oil prices take a major toll on tax revenue and royalty payments. more
Candidates in the 3rd Congressional District Democratic Party primary claim so-called dark money has entered the race after reports two groups together spent more than $300,000 on advertising in … more
The novel coronavirus has started spreading faster among New Mexico's younger populations, creating concern among state leaders as they begin looking at how and when to reopen public schools in the … more
During a Friday (May 15) press conference, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham expanded occupancy rates for churches across the state.  As the Governor’s public health order moves to open … more
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