A new Eagle Nest business is now available to lend a hand — and a little more.
CIMARRON — After failing to submit its annual audit on time for the second year in a row, the village of Cimarron has been added to the State Auditor’s Watch List for Taxpayer Dollars.
EAGLE NEST - The Eagle Nest Senior Center has been providing home delivered lunches to four senior citizens in Angel Fire since Aug. 28. According to Kay Brown, Eagle Nest Senior Coordinator, “New Mexico is ranked second nationally for senior citizen malnutrition.” The Senior Center is only one of two in the state that is providing catered food.
ANGEL FIRE — What started as a recipe for a Christmas cookie exchange won Melissa Kirkpatrick of Angel Fire national honors from Taste of Home magazine.
Angel Fire — Music, food and art drifted around the base area this past weekend (Aug. 6-8) despite wet weather.
Courtesy Police Chief Brad McCaslin 11/02/2015 23:10:00 15-000480 Assist Other Agency Angel Fire Police Department was detailed to a residence on Agua Lane to assist the...
The roughly $120,000 Colfax County officials set aside for employee pay increases in fiscal year 2011-12 will not be taken from funding for other programs and services, said County Manager Don Day.
Deteriorating roads in the Taos Pines Ranch Subdivision has some residents in the community wondering who is responsible of their upkeep.
Some in Eagle Nest are still unhappy about the idea of Mammoth Mill and Log Homes Co. continuing to store logs in the Meadowlark Subdivision, which is now a permanent possibility with the recent approval of a zoning change in the area.
Residents of Cimarron voted in March to implement a new gross receipts tax that would boost village revenue, but the new taxes still haven’t been put into place.