Ute Park Fire deemed safe enough for transition

Yesterday evening officials were confident enough with the Ute Park Fire's 92-percent containment today they are transitioning Ute Park Fire management from the Type...

When do the aspen quake?

This story may be apocryphal, but according to Red River locals, a hapless visitor once asked Lovilla Bowser, former owner of Frye's Old Town,...

Raton centenarian Laura MacDougall recalls 100 years of area history

Editor's note: This is a reprint of a story by Ellen Miller-Goins from the July 15, 1999 Sangre de Cristo Chronicle. Laura MacDougall died Feb....

Eagle Nest Lake State Park opens to boating

Eagle Nest Lake State Park is open to boating. “With the new fishing season upon us, we want to give boaters the opportunity to safely...

Paddle It! participants enjoy still waters

The first-ever Paddle it! race at Eagle Nest Lake State Park was a hit with the small group of kayakers and canoeists, and and the...

Fishing Report for Tuesday, Aug. 15

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

Obituary: Karel Clemens

Karel Lea Willhoite Clemens, 78, of Eagle Nest died of a recent illness on Dec. 15, 2017, after three weeks in intensive care and four weeks...

Celebrate Cowboy culture in Eagle Nest this weekend

Cowboy poetry, music, food and faith: The first-ever Eagle Nest Cowboy Fest kicks off this weekend at Enchanted Eagle Park in Eagle Nest. Sponsored by Eagle...

Boaters urged to boat safe this holiday weekend

New Mexico State Parks Marine Enforcement officers are gearing up for Operation Dry Water which begins Friday, June 30 – July 2. Operation Dry Water weekend...

Public meeting will discuss plan for controlled pile burn near Eagle Nest

The Department of Game and Fish will conduct a public meeting Monday (Jan. 22) in Eagle Nest to discuss a controlled pile burn in...