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After more than three years, the public will have an opportunity to comment on the environmental impact of the Abeyta Water Rights Settlement. more
Agua es vida. Aside from quenching our own thirst, our water quenches the thirst of our crops, our livestock and of the many other things upon which our human existence depends. Water … more
Artistic talent or the pursuit of artistic careers may run in families, but the cooperativeness and celebration of each other’s art, which is found in the relationship between Karen … more
In Taos, you’ll find lots of women paddling white water. Many of the local rafting companies have female river rafting guides who add their skills and finesse to this adrenaline-filled world in … more
The following conversation took place February 14, 2019, between Kristina Ortez, and writer and photographer Jim O’Donnell. Ortez and O’Donnell have been friends for over five years. … more
Buck Johnston breezed through the front door of the Taos County Adult Detention Center Monday (March 18) with a smile on his face after spending a night in jail on misdemeanor charges for climbing a … more
On Thursday (March 14), Buck Johnston climbed a drilling rig at a water well site to draw attention to the impacts of a decade-old water agreement ... more
Song and drumming filled the morning as a local water activist finished his four-day action atop a 60-foot-tall drilling rig. Buck Johnston climbed up the machinery on U.S. 64 Thursday (March 14) … more
It's chilly and snowy outside, but 7-year-old Rio Murphy enjoys a more summer atmosphere as he zips down the water slide at the Youth and Family Center. more
Kay Matthews latest book, "¡No Se Vende! (Not for Sale) Water as a Right of the Commons,” is informed not only by her dogged research, but also by her hands-on … more
A "major water" leak has been reported on Kit Carson Road near the Kit Carson Museum, according to reports from Taos Central Dispatch. The report of the leak came in just after 8 a.m., with a … more
The Taos Historic Museums are hosting an exhibition of contemporary burl art and landscape photographs titled “Water in Wood.” The show is planned to open ... more
He’s run the Río Grande well over 3,500 times in the last 51 years, first as teenager testing his mortality and then as a commercial guide with the company he founded, Los Rios River … more
Due to extremely low flows and concerns about warm water temperatures, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is asking anglers to self-regulate their fishing activities. more
Taos Watercolor Society has teamed up with Millicent Rogers Museum and the Stables Gallery at Taos Center for the Arts this week for a kind of arts trifecta, exhibiting how the … more
Taos Mesa Brewing's Taos Taproom called it an early night just as business was beginning to pick up Monday evening (June 23) because of a ruptured water line on Kit Carson Road, which may have … more
Ask any Northern New Mexico parciante — an owner of a derecho (water right) that allows them to divert water onto their land through a compuerta (headgate) from an acequia (ditch) — if … more
'Parted Waters" is a play written by New Mexico playwright, retired physicist and science x, Robert F. Benjamin. The play centers around three generations of a crypto-Jewish family … more
Mother's Day Rio Grande Whitewater Races, the second oldest organized river race in the country, will once again host kayakers and rafters, canoers and spectators. more
‘Unable to perceive the shape of You, I find You all around me. Your presence fills my eyes with Your love, It humbles my heart, For You are everywhere” — Guillermo del Toro more
Mildred Hayes has had it up to here. It has been months since her daughter was murdered, and nothing has been done to find the person responsible. At least as far as she can tell. So, to put it mildly, she’s pissed. more
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