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For supporters of national monuments, the executive order was the latest assault on cherished public lands and the efforts taken by communities to protect the vast swaths of the American West. For others, it was a tangible step toward stopping what are seen as major and inexcusable land grabs through executive power. more
Opponents to mitigation wells proposed under the Abeyta Water Rights Settlement gathered Thursday, (April 27) outside of Taos Town Hall to express their concerns over a closed meeting being held … more
The Bureau of Land Management has granted final approval for New Mexico Gas Company to reroute about 6 miles of Taos County's only natural gas pipeline between August and November. more
For the third season in row, the high-mountain recreational area around Canjilón Lakes will remain closed to the public as the forest recovers from a massive tree die-off.More than 70 to 80 percent … more
A haphazard pile of shovels and rakes stuck out of the corner of the truck bed of Bobby Jaramillo, the mayordomo of the Acequia Madre del Río Pueblo de Taos. The acequia is as urban an … more
Steely gray clouds clung to the densely forested crevasses of Taos Mountain on a morning in early November. The day promised sheets of bone-chilling rain and the first snowfall of the season. As more than 200 people gathered near the río flowing at … more
Work to cleanup and decommission the Questa mine are led by Chevron, not the Environmental Protection Agency. Though many are left with questions after recent presidential announcements regarding the agency, those doing the work are pushing ahead. more
More than 100 people gathered in the high-ceiling showroom of Taos’ FaraHNHeight Fine Art Jan. 31 to hear about the ongoing resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) from the Red Warrior … more
This Saturday (April 22) marks the 47th year of celebrating Earth Day. The holiday got its start with protests on the streets and activists in the halls of Congress lobbying for more protections for … more
With the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership packed as it was the morning of Feb. 21, you might think a big-name band was rolling through town. Instead, folks were gathered to hear U.S. Sen. Martin … more
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