District gets Apple iPads

The iPads for Cimarron Municipal Schools have arrived, but that doesn’t mean these devices are in the hands of students and teachers yet.

Angel Fire backs Forest Road 76 improvements

If Carson National Forest officials decide to move forward with a proposal to improve Forest Road 76 near Angel Fire, the village’s governing body will not stand in their way.

Angel Fire Chamber fills board seats after another resignation

Donna Holman “Chase” has become the third person in three months to fill a single seat on the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors.

Eagle Nest Solar Committee makes recommendations

A committee formed to evaluate the possibility of a solar array at Eagle Nest Elementary and Middle Schools is making progress, though members are not yet ready to see the project begin.

Letter to the editor: ‘Chip seal project didn’t work’

The chip and seal project did a limp job! The road, Highway 434, has the same ruts and grooves as before the project. We need black top!

Angel Fire needs a leader

The Village of Angel Fire will be without an administrator as of Friday (Dec. 16) — and things could get ugly.

Dignitaries, vets attend Raton VA clinic opening

RATON — A monumental celebration took place Friday (April 25) with the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new state-of-the-art VA (Veterans Administration) Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) located at 1493 Whittier Street on the south side of Raton.

Cimarron Police Department hires new police officer

CIMARRON — On Friday (Feb. 6) afternoon, Chris McGinness was hired by the city council and will be the newest member of the Village of Cimarron Police Department.

Runway project closes Angel Fire airport for weeks

Anyone thinking about flying in or out of the Colfax County Angel Fire Airport is going to have to wait a few weeks, as the facility closed Tuesday (July 9) for a runway rehabilitation project and is not expected to reopen until mid-September.

Terhune: Waiting to replace Raton’s ‘marginal’ schools will cost more

RATON – Raton schools are “marginal” and postponing needed improvements will only cost taxpayers more down the road. This was one of several arguments school district superintendent Neil Terhune made during the Raton Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting June 5 at the city convention center. Following lunch, Terhune gave a PowerPoint presentation to the 50-some people in attendance explaing key elements of the bond question to be voted on in a Sept. 9 special election.