Enclosed is the Environmental Assessment for Travel Management on the Canjilon, El Rito, and Tres Piedras ranger districts (also referred to as “West-side”), Carson National Forest, available for public review in accordance with the Forest Service’s Notice, Comment, and Appeal Procedures for National Forest System Projects and Activities. This document in pdf format can also be found on the forest’s website at: <a href="http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/carson/plans/index.shtml#nepa">www.fs.fed.us/r3/carson/plans/index.shtml#nepa</a>.
RED RIVER — Cindy Sellers surfed radio waves for years before finding the slopes of Red River.
03/20/2017 15:55:40 17-000161 Informational Angel Fire Police Department was called in reference to a male caught on surveillance stealing from The Family Dollar. There are...
EAGLE NEST — At age 24, Eagle Nest’s new Municipal Judge Ashlee Rose Mills is believed to be the youngest elected official in the village’s history.
RIO RANCHO— The Cimarron Running Rams turned in some of the bests performances of the year at Saturday’s (Oct. 18) Rio Rancho Invitational and now have an idea of where they stand in the new Class A-AA division. The Rams hope to return to Rio Rancho in three weeks for the cross country state championships.
RATON — Raton Public Schools is inviting students in kindergarten through third grade and their families to a “Readers Raise the Roof” literacy workshop scheduled for 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday (Jan. 28) in the high school gymnasium.
Following state mandate, in June the Red River Town Council repealed an ordinance that would have allowed ATVs to drive on some town streets....
Members of the Colfax County Young Marines in Raton will be among the more than 175 Young Marines and 52 Registered Adult Leaders who will travel to Window Rock, Arizona, to be part of Navajo Code Talkers Day, Friday (Aug. 14).
By Ellen Miller-Goins ANGEL FIRE — The Annual Mud Ball is set for 6 p.m. Saturday (April 30) at Zeb’s. This year's event features dancing to the sounds of Big...
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.