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For folks willing to go into the woods for a tree this Christmas, it's open season. Permits for harvesting Christmas trees on the Carson National Forest are available through Dec. 22. Each permits … more
  The Northern New Mexico Citizens Advisory Board met at Taos' El Monte Sagrado resort last Wednesday (Nov. 15). The board advises the U.S. Department of Energy on matters related to the … more
"We have all these ancestors and we've forgotten about them," said the daughter of a "Darling Margaret" and Robert Potter, who wrote over 1,000 love letters during his World War II service in the South Pacific. more
The section of State Road 68 in the Rio Grande Gorge impacted by the re-route of a natural gas pipeline will be re-opened for the four-day Thanksgiving holiday, according … more
Though some of the laws covering service animals are a little ambiguous, business owners have a right to ask customers who bring their dogs into stores and … more
Despite chilly and windy -- but sunny -- weather many people attended the annual Veterans Day Ceremony at the 11th hour, on the 11th day of the 11th … more
A blanket of clouds heavy with the promise of snow started rolling over Red River the Thursday before Thanksgiving. Harry Blunden, donned in a T-shirt and sunglasses, started his trek up the … more
Rather than sit down for a family meal this year, one Taos family has decided to give back to their community by providing meals to the homeless and less … more
Former New Mexico State Senator C.B. Trujillo died Monday, Nov. 20, at Holy Cross Hospital. He was 85. While owner of the State Farm Insurance company in Taos, he served in the state Senate from … more
No New Mexico Rail Runner Express, Rio Metro or North Central Transit buses will be operating Thursday, (Nov. 23). more
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