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The city of Ratón recently got a grant and loan package from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for $2.58 million to remodel the city's water treatment plant. more
More than 700 acres of forest in La Jara Canyon, located in the Taos Canyon near Palo Flechado Pass, will be treated with a prescribed burn sometime between Oct. 15 and Nov. 23. more
New Mexico's largest utility and environmentalists say the Trump administration's announcement Monday (Oct. 9) that it's taking steps to repeal regulations on coal-fired power plants is unlikely to change the fact that market forces already are pushing the state away from dependence on coal. more
Wheeler Peak Progressives will host a public program, "Making Democracy Work," that features nationally acclaimed speaker Linda Moscarella from the League of Women Voters. The talk will be Saturday … more
Scientists and engineers who created the world's first atomic bomb in Los Alamos in the 1940s have long been recognized for their groundbreaking achievement. But the hundreds of Northern New Mexicans who played a lesser, but supporting and important, role in the Manhattan Project have been largely overlooked - an omission that local scholars and others hope to correct. more
Angel Fire's fourth annual Military Winterfest will be a Rocky Mountain celebration for veterans, working military and their families Feb. 22-26, 2018, featuring skiing, snowboarding, tubing and a … more
Town of Taos Community Events, Taos Plaza merchants, Teresina Lane merchants, John Dunn Shops, Bent Street merchants and Taos Milagro Rotary Club are hosting a Halloween party for children of all ages and their families. more
The village of Questa, the Questa Economic Development Fund and the Questa community all came together Sept. 23 for a community-wide cleanup day and community meal. Nicholas Maestas, the new village … more
The North Central Regional Transit District began a new route from Dulce, Chama and Farmington Oct. 2. more
New Mexico's State Land Office will host an archaeological site tour of two 300-year-old Navajo pueblitos located on state trust lands in Río Arriba County. more
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