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Fishing Report: Week of Nov. 6

This fishing report has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may...

Pile burns planned across the Carson National Forest

Fire managers on the Carson National Forest plan to conduct pile burns on the Camino Real and Tres Piedras Ranger Districts sometime between November...

Rehabilitated eagle released back into wild

Santa Fe Raptor Center Director Lori Paras releases a juvenile bald eagle into the wild Sunday (Oct. 28) at the Río Grande Gorge Bridge...

Celebrate Habitat’s 25th Anniversary – Eat Out For A Cause

Celebrate Habitat’s 25th Anniversary and Mondo Italiano is donating 25% of their Food Proceeds to help us build homes in Taos! Join us! Sunday, November...

Angel Fire Police Blotter: Oct. 22–29

10/22/2018 12:17:13    18-000673        Abandoned Vehicle Angel Fire Police Department received a phone call regarding a piece of construction equipment parked on street. Community Services Officer...

RW Hampton gears up for annual Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering

“The song we danced to was an old swing standard, Misery, and it was Leon Rausch on the vocals. Shoot, that was 21 years...

Law enforcement suspect serial burglar, but who?

Numerous business owners and employees around the Enchanted Circle have now shared in the similar experience of arriving at their stores to open for the...

Taos Air announces Texas flights

Following years of preparation and updates to the Taos Regional Airport, the town of Taos announced Thursday (Oct. 11) that the Taos Regional Airport will soon...

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Lloyd and Olive Bolander:  An indelible part of New Mexico’s skiing history

New Mexico Ski Hall of Fame – 2004 —By Ellen Miller-Goins; reprinted from the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle’s 2008/2009 Winter Enchantment magazine. Editor’s note: Lloyd blander died Jan. 20, 2014. His Taos News obituary can be...

Yes, they trudged through deep snow to the old Moreno Valley School

Editor's note: This is a re-print of an article by Ellen Miller-Goins that appeared in the March 4, 1999, Sangre de Cristo Chronicle. Although it is written in the present tense, many of those...

Chavez remembered as humble veteran and proud father

CIMARRON—If you spoke with Bernardino “Nino” Chavez you would not guess the longtime Cimarron resident had earned a Bronze Star, Purple Heart and participated in the D-Day Invasion on June 6, 1944.

Ute Park … the great little ‘Ute-opia’

Editor’s note: The following article by former Chronicle news editor Jo Bynum originally appeared in the 2002 Summer Enchantment published by The Chronicle. Many continue to fall under the charm of Ute Park... whether new to the...

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