2nd Climbing in the Carson workshop set Oct. 11

The second of a two-part workshop series on Rock Climbing on the Carson National Forest is scheduled 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 11)  in Ojo Caliente. The...

La Junta Trail at Wild Rivers will remain closed

The Bureau of Land Management Taos Field Office is continuing the closure of the La Junta Trail at the Wild Rivers Recreation Area to...

Fishing Report: Week of Oct. 2

Catches of the week: Cimarron River: Rustin Steen, age 3, of Tijeras caught his first fish, a 10-inch rainbow trout Sept. 29. He was using...

Race to the bottom (and back again) Sunday at Wild Rivers

Attention, trail Runners, hikers and fans of Wild Rivers Recreation Area: The 2nd Annual Pick Your Poison 5k/10k Trail Race launches Sunday (Oct. 7) at the Big Arsenic...

Experience living history in Red River Oct. 1

Students from the Red River Valley Charter School will again learn all about Red River's rich past during the Red River Historical Society’s Living...

When do the aspen quake?

This story may be apocryphal, but according to Red River locals, a hapless visitor once asked Lovilla Bowser, former owner of Frye's Old Town,...

Studio Tours highlight fall weekend

Get an early start Saturday and you may have time to spend the entire weekend immersed in artistic creations from Black Lake to Angel...

Prescribed burns cast smoky pall over area

Several prescribed burn projects in the Carson National Forest ha ve severely affected air quality in Angel Fire, Eagle Nest, Red River and other areas...

Rio Grande Trail: Putting a 500-mile path on the ground

At the beginning of the month, two members of the Southern New Mexico Trail Alliance headed south from the Colorado-New Mexico state line. They were...

Travelin’ through time …

When my sister and brother and I were kids growing up in Red River, our interest in geology extended only to whatever bright, shiny...