New terrain parks to debut when Angel Fire Resort opens Friday

New terrain parks will be unveiled when Angel Fire Resort opens this Friday (Dec. 11). According to a resort press release, under the direction of Jon...

Red River Ski & Summer Area plans for new quad lift at summit

Red River Ski & Summer Area plans to built a new "Emerald Quad Chairlift" to replace the popular Green Chairlift at its Summit Camp in time for the...

News: Angel Fire man found dead at Mobile Home Estates

Following a 911 call Friday (April 22) morning, Angel Fire police found the dead body of local 35-year-old Joshua Ickes at Angel Fire Mobile Home Estates.

In memoriam: Wally Dobbs

When Wally Dobbs died July 21, 2015, at the age of 70, he left behind legion of friends, fans and followers – all whose lives will be less rich without Wally.

‘Find Your New Mexico True Park’ winners feature two local parks

On Dec. 1 Governor Susana Martinez announced the winners of the Find Your New Mexico True Park video contest, which she established to help encourage...

Moreno Valley High School classroom addition moves forward

CIMARRON—Cimarron Municipal School District School Board has approved a timetable for selling General Obligation School Building Bonds in the amount of $4 million to finance the construction of Moreno Valley High School’s classrooms addition.

Holiday happenings in Angel Fire

Thursday, December 10 4 to 6 p.m. — Christmas Open House at Shuter Library Join Shuter Library of Angel Fire staff and volunteers for yummy holiday treats and delicious hot cider...

Colfax County Sheriff’s Blotter: Jan 26 – March 31, 2017

ARRESTS: Mariano Araica-Ayalos, age 25, was arrested in Eagle Nest for abuse of a child resulting in death. Sofia Garcia, age 34, was arrested in Raton for...

Robin Martin sells Chronicle to Ellen Miller-Goins

El Crepúsculo Inc. the parent company of The Taos News and Santa Fe New Mexican, has sold the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle online newspaper to...

Key contracts are coming due at Village

Two important personnel contracts are coming up for the Village of Angel Fire this year and the council should not take these positions lightly.