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Removal of ‘redundant’ nuclear safety board proposed

  Efforts have been underway to defund and dismantle an independent board charged with overseeing safety and security at nuclear weapons sites, and much of that work has been spearheaded by … more

Climate conference comes to Taos

    Taos will host a one-day statewide conference on New Mexico's solutions for what is being termed the "climate crisis" Oct. 28, a Saturday. "Experts in science, economics and … more

Bikers know best: State wants cyclists to draw planning map

The New Mexico Department of Transportation has launched an interactive map that gives bicyclists the chance to put their firsthand experience of biking across New Mexico's roadways to use for future planning and prioritizing different routes. more

Boil advisory lifted at Mora RV park

The water system was required to issue the advisory after E. coli was detected in repeat drinking water samples from the water system. more

Congressional committee moves to reshape monument playbook

House Resolution 3990 would limit the size of national monuments, protect a limited number of objects rather than landscape-scale features and require local approval from county commissions. more

Taos PRC rep votes no on state’s clean power plan

New Mexico's utility regulators voted last week to move forward in figuring out the details of a state-level clean power plan. more

Miranda Canyon gets another cleanup Saturday.

Everyone is invited to help out the Carson National Forest and the Taos County government Saturday morning (Oct. 21) for a cleanup of Miranda Canyon from 9 a.m. to noon. more

Taos Canyon power line route proposed

A Colorado company is proposing to build new energy infrastructure that, if approved by the Forest Service and financed by high-risk investors, would take portions of Taos’ electrical grid into the 21st century and also add a new and taller string of power lines through 12 miles of the forest and the southern parts of Taos. more

Río Grande farmers, state talk spraying alternative

Residents and organic farmers in Dixon and surrounding parts of Río Arriba County, along with representatives from the state’s transportation department, went through with a planned meetup to talk about long-term alternatives to spraying herbicides to manage weeds along state roads. more

Forest Service to burn 700 acres near Taos Pines, Palo Flechado Pass

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
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