Saturday, September 23, 2017

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Archdiocese names three Taos County priests in list of molesters

  At least three Roman Catholic priests who served in Taos County communities in the 1970s and 1980s and were found guilty of sexually abusing children...

Colfax County Sheriff’s Blotter: Aug. 16–Sept. 15

ARRESTS:  Alejandro Serrano-Gerad was arrested on a Warrant near Raton. Janet Atkinson was arrested on a Warrant in Raton. Peter Leone was arrested for...

Angel Fire Police Blotter: Sept. 11-17

09/11/2017 16:28:20   17-000524       Suicide Officer responded to 3381 Mountain View Boulevard (Angel Skye Apartments) in reference to a suicidal subject. The subject was extremely intoxicated...

Celebrate National Public Lands Day in the Carson National Forest

There are two exciting opportunities for the public to celebrate National Public Lands Day (NPLD) on the Carson National Forest: A BioBlitz Thursday (Sept....

Coyote Creek State Park building new gateway

GUADALUPITA, NM – New Mexico State Park officials announced construction will begin on a new gateway to Coyote Creek State Park located in Guadalupita, New Mexico,...

Angel Fire Police Blotter: Sept. 4–11

09/04/2017 17:55:00          17-000505                Vehicle Complaint Officer was dispatched to the area of 50 West Ridge Road in reference to a blue in color dirt bike...

PASEO outdoor art party to take over Taos

The PASEO Project will host its fourth annual free PASEO outdoor art festival this year Saturday (Sept. 23) in Taos and will feature installation,...

Century Tour rides 40th year

The 40th Enchanted Circle Century Tour bicycle event offered participants, volunteers and fans sunny skies followed by scattered showers Sunday (Sept. 10). The 100-mile course takes riders...

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Judy Brunson remembers life in Red River

For the 2009 Summer Enchantment magazine I asked to interview longtime Red River residents Johnny and Judy Brunson. Johnny declined. He never liked the limelight. In light of Johnny’s death on Aug. 18, this is...

George Woerndle on growing up, living and thriving in Red River

RED RIVER —  Town Councilor George Woerndle was destined to use his hands to spur economic in Red River. As a child his father Toni Woerndle had him water 200 trees with a five gallon bucket and mow grass at the Alpine Lodge.

Red River’s Grindstaff shares colorful history

RED RIVER — Sunday (June 29), the day before she left to return to Chelsea, Michigan, longtime Red River resident Maxine Grindstaff, 93, finally consented to participate in a “Living Legends” interview with Eddie and Barbara Dry and Judy Miller.

Charley, the Taos Plaza peddler

Charley Burlingame created a Taos tourist emporium using moxie and a sense of humor Editor's note:  The following is a reprint of an article that appeared in the 1998-1999 Winter Enchantment magazine published by The Chronicle....

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