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Fishing Report: Week of Nov. 20

This fishing report has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may...

The oldest specialized plant-eating reptile discovered near Alamogordo, New Mexico

The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science (NMMNHS) has announced the discovery of Gordodon, a new sail-backed reptile based on an incomplete...

New Mexico State Parks joins REI’s #OptOutside for Black Friday

https://youtu.be/GKevr0SxBHI New Mexico State Parks proudly joins other states by waiving fees on “Black Friday” in support of a growing number of other organizations who...

Taos Ski Valley opens with the debut of its high-speed quad chair

https://youtu.be/ZEQitlwU6wE Skiers and riders have been lining up since 6:30 AM at Taos Ski Valley this morning! It’s opening day and we’re celebrating the launch...

Fishing Report: Week of Nov. 6

This fishing report has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may...

Pile burns planned across the Carson National Forest

Fire managers on the Carson National Forest plan to conduct pile burns on the Camino Real and Tres Piedras Ranger Districts sometime between November...

Rehabilitated eagle released back into wild

Santa Fe Raptor Center Director Lori Paras releases a juvenile bald eagle into the wild Sunday (Oct. 28) at the Río Grande Gorge Bridge...

Celebrate Habitat’s 25th Anniversary – Eat Out For A Cause

Celebrate Habitat’s 25th Anniversary and Mondo Italiano is donating 25% of their Food Proceeds to help us build homes in Taos! Join us! Sunday, November...

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Charley, the Taos Plaza peddler

Charley Burlingame created a Taos tourist emporium using moxie and a sense of humor Editor's note:  The following is a reprint of an article that appeared in the 1998-1999 Winter Enchantment magazine published by The Chronicle....

WWII veteran Sewell saw action — in a post office

RED RIVER — Dan Sewell, who recently celebrated his 89th birthday on May 12, is proud to be a veteran but admitted with a laugh, “I had the least exciting military career imaginable.”

History: The Horseshoe Camp in Eagle Nest

From the 2003 Summer Enchantment published by the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle By Ellen Miller-Goins When Johnny, Kay and Jeff Dahl bought the Horseshoe Camp in 1982, Johnny and Jeff were kept busy with repairs and...

Andy LeBus ‘lived life to the fullest’ in Angel Fire

ANGEL FIRE — Talk to any longtime resident of the Moreno Valley about Andy LeBus and you will hear dozens of words praising the man for his cheerful disposition, his giving nature, his work ethic. Talk long enough and everyone — every single one — will say his daughters mattered most to the man. Sara and Emily are Andy’s most treasured legacy.

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