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December 2017 was drier than average and much warmer than usual with an average monthly temperature of 33.4 degrees. In the end, it was about the fifth warmest December on record in the Taos area. more
For more than a decade, a vast, mile-wide, below-ground plume of cancer-causing chemicals has encroached on the regional aquifer that rests below Los Alamos National Laboratory. more
Just days before the winter solstice, the darkest moment of the year that heralds the endless energy of the sun, Picuris Pueblo went solar. Officials from Picuris Pueblo along with other … more
Ranching organizations in New Mexico that asked the federal government to remove a small bird from its list of endangered speeches received some disappointing news last week. On Thursday (Dec. … more
After receiving a letter from the congressional delegation for Northern New Mexico, officials with the Carson National Forest have reiterated they are still accepting public comments on the recount … more
  With mild temperatures and little snow, many people are using this stint of odd winter weather to catch up or get ahead on yard work. And that often means burning brush and debris. Burn … more
Two local environmental and agricultural volunteers recently received awards for their years of service. more
State inspectors and Los Alamos National Laboratory officials may have known about an unlabeled hazardous waste container two days before the material ignited at the lab’s plutonium facility … more
A group of Rio Grande del Norte National Monument advocates are hosting a rally tonight (Sept. 19) at 5 p.m. in Taos to protest proposed changes to national monuments. The "Hands Off Our Rio … more
Along the banks of the Río Hondo in the canyon leading up to Taos Ski Valley, six local wildland firefighters were felling the smaller trees in the densely forested Cuchillo campground … more
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