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Fishing Report: Week of Oct. 16

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

Angel Fire Police Blotter: Oct. 8-14

10/08/2018 17:18:37    18-000636        Harassment      RPT - Report Taken Angel Fire Police received a report of harassment. Reporting Party stated she was being harassed by individuals...

Area seniors encouraged to apply for Daniels Scholarship

Motivated college-bound high school seniors in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming are encouraged to visit DanielsFund.org to apply online for the Daniels Scholarship...

Court sides with state in White Peak road dispute

The 8th Judicial Court in Taos has sided with the state of New Mexico, bringing an end to a long-simmering dispute over access to public...

Angel Fire Police Blotter: Sept. 24–Oct. 1

09/24/2018 12:26:34 18-000591 Informational Angel Fire Police Department was requested to do an employment background check for the Fire Department. Background checks were conducted on...

2nd Climbing in the Carson workshop set Oct. 11

The second of a two-part workshop series on Rock Climbing on the Carson National Forest is scheduled 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 11)  in Ojo Caliente. The...

Fishing Report: Week of Oct. 2

Catches of the week: Cimarron River: Rustin Steen, age 3, of Tijeras caught his first fish, a 10-inch rainbow trout Sept. 29. He was using...

Like to hike, bike and run? Río Grande Trail grows by 34 miles in Taos County

The dream of a world-class trail that meanders through New Mexico along the Río Grande is a little closer to reality. The state commission charged with...

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Remembering September 11, 2001: Enchanted Circle veterans’ memories

ANGEL FIRE— Angel Fire Village Manager M. Jay Mitchell felt a rumble in the Pentagon at 9:38 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2001. A slight shake. Dust began to seep from the ceiling. Evacuation and alarm notices blared.

Local cowboy legend Johnnie Mutz rides his last

RED RIVER — Local cowboy legend Johnnie Mutz passed away on Tuesday, April 7, 2015, 54 days shy of his 99th birthday.

Yes, they trudged through deep snow to the old Moreno Valley School

Editor's note: This is a re-print of an article by Ellen Miller-Goins that appeared in the March 4, 1999, Sangre de Cristo Chronicle. Although it is written in the present tense, many of those...

Neal family roots run deep in Red River, Eagle Nest

Editor's Note: The following originally appeared in the Chronicle's 2012 Spring Land & Home magazine. Dirk Neal said he can tell the difference between a good horse and a better horse. He’s been doing it for...

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Vegetarian Green Chili Stew

Cauliflower Cheese Soup