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Officers investigate bear attack in Cloudcroft 

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish conservation officers are investigating a predatory bear attack that occurred early Friday morning in the mountain resort...

BLM to lift fire restrictions Monday

The Bureau of Land Management Farmington District Office will rescind fire restrictions Monday (July 23) at 12:01 a.m. on BLM-managed lands within the following...

San Cristobal fire to be ‘managed’ by monsoons

According to today's update from USDA Forest Service officials, the lightning-caused Lobo Fire — burning about 2 miles east of San Cristobal on the...

Enjoy dazzling art in Red River this week

For two days now artists have been seen at locations around Northern New Mexico creating for the third Annual Wild Rivers Plein Air Paint Out,...

Questa’s Renee Martinez named ‘Court Clerk of the Year’

Questa Municipal Court Clerk Renee Martinez, CMC, was named Court Clerk of the Year by the New Mexico Court Clerks Association on July 12...

Cimarron Canyon opens for tourism tomorrow

Cimarron Canyon State Park re-opens 8 a.m. Thursday (July 19), according to a press release from the Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department, State Parks Division. The...

Angel Fire Police Blotter: July 9-15

07/09/2018 09:22:13   18-000394       Cattle Out Angel Fire Police responded to a report of cattle out. Officer located the cattle and determined they were not posing...

Fishing Report for Tuesday, July 17

Catches of the week: Abiquiu Lake: Brooklynn Medina, age 6, of Espanola, caught a 22-inch walleye July 11. She was fishing with her dad...

Carson National Forest lifts fire restrictions

As of today (Monday, July 16) at 8 a.m., fire restrictions on the Carson National Forest are lifted. According to a press release from Anna...

Fire breaks out in San Cristobal

Forest Service officials report the lightning-caused Lobo fire, discovered today about 2 miles east of San Cristobal on the Questa Ranger District in the...

Rains continue to douse area blazes

Rainfall continues to give firefighters the edge over wildfires: The lightning-caused Morris Creek Fire on the UU Bar Ranch, Philmont Scout Ranch and state...

What is happening with Angel Fire streets?

Angel Fire homeowner Ray Honea asked a pointed question during the recent July 10 Angel Fire Village Council meeting: "Why are the roads so...

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Two brothers and a dam changed history

The story of Eagle Nest Dam begins with the Cimarron River, a tributary of the Canadian River beginning at the confluence of the Cieneguilla Creek and the Moreno Creek, some 50 miles in length. Great parcels of...

Jean Mayer: Maintaining the ‘spirit of skiing’ at TSV

New Mexico Ski Hall of Fame – 2008 The sun was shining the day George Brooks interviewed Jean Mayer on the deck of the St. Bernard Hotel at Taos Ski Valley. Missing were the wafting...

Military Winterfest pushes early registration

Angel Fire’s 4th Annual Military Winterfest, a celebration for veterans, all military and family members, has ramped up their early online registration efforts for the February event. “Now is a great time to register to...

Living in Eagle Nest helps veterans adjust to civilian life

EAGLE NEST— Lisa Sparks almost left Eagle Nest. Sparks put her house up for sale after her first winter in the village. She thought the cold weather wasn’t for her. But she decided to stay.  Two years later, the Army veteran cannot think of a better place to live for someone with post-traumatic stress disorder. 

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