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The power of powder

A weekend of clear skies -- no, a whole season free of storms, clouds and snow -- finally gave way to winter Saturday night (Jan. 20). By the time folks in Northern New Mexico woke up on Sunday, the … more

Pipeline update: Jan. 25-31

After a series of delays late last year, the 6-mile construction of a natural gas pipeline in the Río Grande Gorge is now projected to be done by the end of February. more

Questa library celebrates milestone anniversary

"We thought Questa needed to have a place for people to gather, to read and access computers," said one of the founders of the Questa Public Library. They did it 10 years ago to build vital infrastructure and, simply, for the love of books. more

NM solar industry says tariff will kill jobs

Executives at solar energy companies in New Mexico say this week's decision by President Donald Trump to impose a tariff on imported solar cells will slow the … more

Drilling in Greater Chaco protested

The BLM gave notice of the sale in September and a one-month protest period was opened to the public from December to January. One environmental organization called the number of protests "unprecedented." more

Young farmers press legislators on land access

Although small-scale agriculture doesn't hold the stature it once did in New Mexico as a lifelong pursuit and economic engine, a group of young farmers are taking to the Roundhouse in Santa Fe to … more

Federal shutdown short-lived but looms over immigration debate

Support for “dreamers” and the future of Trump’s proposed wall on the United States-Mexico border were central to the budget negotiations for the past several weeks. more

N.M. Democrats stake out early place in 2018 gubernatorial race

The Taos County Democratic Party hosted the gubernatorial forum. Students at Taos High School wrote most of the questions for candidates. Here's a video of the entire two-hour discussion. more

Sheriff’s sergeant shoots pit bull outside Arroyo Hondo home

The Taos County Sheriff’s Office is reviewing a Thursday (Jan. 18) incident in which a sergeant shot an 88-pound pit bull he said had charged him outside a residence in Arroyo … more

Next project for Kit Carson? Small cells, better cell coverage

Frustrated with uneven cell service in Northern New Mexico? Kit Carson Electric Cooperative officials are working to find a solution: small cells. more
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