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Pending "rigorous retraining," Los Alamos National Laboratory temporarily suspended workers who violated safety protocol for handling nuclear materials last month, the National Nuclear Security Administration said Tuesday. The agency said the incident posed no threat to workers or the public. more
Everyone is invited to help out the Carson National Forest and the Taos County government Saturday morning (Oct. 21) for a cleanup of Miranda Canyon from 9 a.m. to noon. more
    Taos will host a one-day statewide conference on New Mexico's solutions for what is being termed the "climate crisis" Oct. 28, a Saturday. "Experts in science, economics and … more
Check out events, information and the eclipse as it passes over the United States more
New Mexico's utility regulators voted last week to move forward in figuring out the details of a state-level clean power plan. more
Tommy Lewis, superintendent of Diné Education on the Navajo Nation, is advising tribal schoolchildren to take shelter indoors Monday as the sky darkens during a rare solar eclipse. Taos Pueblo … more
House Resolution 3990 would limit the size of national monuments, protect a limited number of objects rather than landscape-scale features and require local approval from county commissions. more
The U. S. Department of Energy has appointed Taos residents Lawrence Medina and Dr. Stanley Riveles to serve as a members of the Northern New Mexico Citizens' Advisory board. more
The New Mexico Department of Transportation has launched an interactive map that gives bicyclists the chance to put their firsthand experience of biking across New Mexico's roadways to use for future planning and prioritizing different routes. more
The water system was required to issue the advisory after E. coli was detected in repeat drinking water samples from the water system. more
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