Editorial: School election affects us all

Whether they have children in school or not, everyone who lives in Angel Fire, Eagle Nest or Cimarron will be affected by the Cimarron Municipal Schools Board of Education election Tuesday (Feb. 5).

Take an icy plunge… or hike in Eagle Nest Jan. 1

For the first time in a few years, the annual Polar Bear Plunge is returning to Eagle Nest Lake New Year’s Day (Monday, Jan....

Arson suspected in Red River fire

A small wildfire in Carson National Forest west of Red River Saturday (June 23) might have been ignited intentionally, Red River Fire Chief Ron Burnham said.

Red River Mardi Gras satisfies serious crawfish cravings

Mudbug madness comes in hundreds of pounds during Mardi Gras in Red River.

Trinidad man killed in car accident in Raton

RATON – A Trinidad man was pronounced dead on the scene by a New Mexico Medical Investigator following a late night vehicle accident in Raton Monday (Aug. 4), Interim Police Chief John Garcia said Monday.

Kit Carson looks to expand solar offerings

TAOS— Local Kit Carson Electric members will soon see expanded opportunities to invest in solar panels in the Clean Energy Cooperative, as well as reduced reliance on current out of state, coal generated energy. The Trustees of the Electric Cooperative unanimously approved a build out that will bring 1.5 megawatts of Community Solar projects into the electric cooperative.

The Laguna Vista Lodge in Eagle Nest will be featured on the Travel Channel...

EAGLE NEST — “Resort Rescue” descended upon the Laguna Vista Lodge, Historic Restaurant and Saloon last August with Shane Green and a crew of 31. After one week of fourteen-hour days, they had a one-hour episode wrap. Owner Bert Clemens and his staff have no idea what hit the cutting floor nor do they know how reality television will betray either the Village or them.

Red River: Economic Development Committee funds new events

Though Red River’s Lodgers Tax Committee is not yet sure exactly how much money it has to disperse, the group unanimously approved three proposals for a total of $20,000 at an economic development meeting May 4.

Editorial: Gov. to Raton: Drop dead

Gov. Susana Martinez apparently wants Raton’s economy to die.