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.

Village manager: Forest road proposal may harm Angel Fire

Angel Fire Manager M. Jay Mitchell said he has “huge” concerns with some of the proposed changes to roads within Carson National Forest.

Community Center should be renamed

Angel Fire Village Councilor Deb May was the only nay vote when the council agreed to increase user fees at the Community Center.

Letter: Proposed lighting would pollute Angel Fire night sky

The recent AAFPO meeting was a testament to what committed volunteers contribute to the village, and I want to express my appreciation to you all for what you do on our behalf.

Editorial: Let school board policy be an example

Cimarron Municipal Schools has plugged a drain on public funds — and we hope other local governments are watching.

BREAKING NEWSWildfire on Vermejo Park Ranch 10 percent contained

RATON — A prescribed burn that was started Friday (May 21) on the Vermejo Park Ranch 50 miles east of Raton grew out of control Sunday (May 23). The New Mexico State Forestry Division said blustery winds and low humidity caused the fire to escape the prescription zone.

Village of Angel Fire revisits wildfire protection plan

ANGEL FIRE— When the village of Angel Fire completed its Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) in August 2009, its writers hoped the village would hire a forester, install signs on emergency evacuation routes and do significant thinning projects on the major emergency evacuation routes in and out of town.

Angel Fire Police Blotter: Nov. 16 – 23, 2015

Courtesy Police Chief Brad McCaslin 11/16/2015 15:14:00    15-000494           Fraud Subject came into the Angel Fire Police Department and reported that someone had made an unauthorized charge...

Supreme Court sides with public improvement district

The New Mexico Supreme Court on Friday (April 13) ruled against the local landowners challenging the formation of the Angel Fire Public Improvement District.