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Construction on a new gas pipeline in the Río Grande Gorge was on track to be finished by the end of November until some rocks got in the way. more
New Mexico State Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn and Acting Bureau of Land Management New Mexico State Director Aden Seidlitz signed a proclamation Friday (Oct. 27), agreeing to work together on a land … more
Three workers at Los Alamos National Laboratory were contaminated on the job last month when an accident released radioactive material into the air and sent it spreading through a wing of the lab's … more
The Lucky Corridor project is banking on the notion that the area's energy infrastructure desperately needs private investors and that climate policies, emerging technologies and financial markets are rapidly changing the mix of energy in the Western grid. more
"Hydrostatic testing" will be conducted this week to confirm there are no leaks on the natural gas pipeline that has been installed so far, according to Tim Korte, spokesperson for New Mexico Gas … more
The number of river segments eligible for a "wild and scenic" designation in the Carson National Forest dropped from 103 to 48 as a result of a recent forest-wide assessment. more
  Efforts have been underway to defund and dismantle an independent board charged with overseeing safety and security at nuclear weapons sites, and much of that work has been spearheaded by … 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
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
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