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After a tense community meeting where Taos Ski Valley officials were pressed on their decision to dump contaminated soil in an area near homes and the Río Grande, the corporation announced the … more
With limited success, New Mexico politicians over the years have cut the corporate tax rate and offered lucrative incentives to companies pitching desk jobs in a state that offers few opportunities. more
To make up for delays and the time change, crews working on the natural gas pipeline in the Río Grande Gorge will be working Sundays and starting at 5:30 a.m. daily, … more
The Carson National Forest isn't the only forest going through its once-in-a-generation management plan revision. more
BLM citizen council to meet for first time since monument review The Bureau of Land Management Farmington District will host a public meeting of its … more
Los Jardineros Garden Club announced seven new grants totaling $12,737 at the club's Oct. 19 meeting. The funds for these grants come from the proceeds of the annual Garden and Home Tour in August. 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 crew had uncovered a buried pocket of soil contaminated with diesel fuel under the kids' area but right above the high-alpine water table. While the ski resort acted quickly to remove the soil, the chosen remediation site west of the Río Grande Gorge makes some residents in that area uneasy about the impacts on their health and water systems. more
The Carson National Forest has started to conduct relational surveys known as "National Visitor Use Monitoring." The surveys happen every five years and are meant to help forest managers understand … more
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