Red River seeks to merge grant funding for streets

As Red River continues its efforts to maintain streets, town officials are trying to consolidate money from the New Mexico Cooperative.

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.

Eagle Nest councilor introduces possible RV dumping solution

Within the village of Eagle Nest, RV dumping areas are few and far between.

Slow-moving traffic warning: Chip seal project starts July 13

Project targets NM 38 between Red River and Questa The New Mexico Department of Transportation will begin chip seal pavement preservation work on NM 38 between Red...

A great time ahead at Mardi Gras in the Mountains in Red River

RED RIVER — Six days of fun, food, contests and beads are ahead in Red River from Thursday (Feb. 12) through Fat Tuesday (Feb. 17). With 48 scheduled events, and many unscheduled events, there’s plenty to do for the dedicated Mardi Gras fans, both young and young at heart.

Superintendent among school staff getting raises

CIMARRON — Cimarron Municipal Schools Superintendent Adan Estrada will get a 3 percent raise during the 2014-15 school year as part of a pay increase for teachers throughout New Mexico.

Red River Christmas Ball to raise funds for education foundation

Each year, organizers of the Red River Christmas Ball look to put more money under the tree for education.

Cimarron continues search for project funding

The village of Cimarron is still looking for the funds needed to take care of various projects, and a new wastewater-treatment plant is at the top of the list.

Cimarron’s Burrito Banquet closes after 30 years

CIMARRON— Scouters, travelers and Cimarron residents will have to find a new burrito joint in Cimarron next summer. Burrito Banquet owner Nancy McBrayer served up her final burrito on Sept.1 after operating the burrito stand for 30 years.