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Trout waters see bag limit, classification changes in Taos County

Changes to some special trout waters in Taos County were approved by the game commission in November. more

Hunting regs under review

New Mexico's State Game Commission, the seven-member body that sets hunting regulations through the state, will meet in Santa Fe today (Jan. 11). more

Southwest ‘on front lines … of climate change’

ALBUQUERQUE - When the trees are bare, climate scientist and meteorologist David Gutzler has an unobscured view of the Sandia Mountains from his office window. On the second floor of The University … more

Southwestern willow flycatcher keeps 'endangered' status

Ranching organizations in New Mexico that asked the federal government to remove a small bird from its list of endangered speeches received some disappointing news last week. On Thursday (Dec. … more

Wild and scenic rivers recount still open to comment

After receiving a letter from the congressional delegation for Northern New Mexico, officials with the Carson National Forest have reiterated they are still accepting public comments on the recount … more

How to get a burn permit

  With mild temperatures and little snow, many people are using this stint of odd winter weather to catch up or get ahead on yard work. And that often means burning brush and debris. Burn … more

Court: State must hold hearing on LANL permit

The New Mexico Court of Appeals has reversed a decision by the state Environment Department’s Water Quality Control Commission to deny a group’s request... more

Pipeline update: Dec. 4-10

Tim Korte, the spokesperson for New Mexico Gas Company, told The Taos News Wednesday (Jan. 3) motorists should be aware that concrete barriers are back in place and traffic controls have been … more

Teddy Roosevelt descendant talks wilderness, family legacy and a summer in Taos

When Tweed Roosevelt, the great-grandson of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, showed up in Taos to work in the forests during the summer of 1960, he came donned in khaki pants and shiny penny … more

Weather wrap-up: December 2017

December 2017 was drier than average and much warmer than usual with an average monthly temperature of 33.4 degrees. In the end, it was about the fifth warmest December on record in the Taos area. more
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