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The word "trifid" comes from the Latin word "trifidus," which means to split into three parts. That's a fitting name for this gas and dust cloud that's split three ways by dark, dense … more
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 starting a month-long odyssey to … more
The agency has regular and summer season 2019 positions open. The pay ranges from volunteer only up to $24 an hour depending on the position. more
It is a glorious time to be out in the forests of Northern New Mexico. The leaves are turning gold, the air is cool and clear, and the low angle of the sun through the trees reminds us … more
When Kenn, my all-time favorite hiking companion, visited recently he was blown away by the campsite where we put up for a night.What was so special about our … more
At a training exercise recently near Carson, Taos Search and Rescue went through a rigorous day-long training, which included a high angle rescue, an ELT search and a K-9 ground search. The skilled … more
An expansion plan for Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort in Vadito percolated in Bruce Bolander's mind back in 1990. Decades later, that vision by Bolander, … more
A bit north of the New Mexico state line, a land of wide valleys, rolling hills and rocky cliffs is home to the historic Cumbres and Toltec Railroad. The railroad still runs, taking passengers … more
Carson National Forest is hosting a two-part workshop on rock climbing in the national forest. The first workshop is Monday, (Aug. 27) at the Cisneros Youth and Family Center in Questa and will focus … more
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is recruiting trainees to become conservation officers.Starting pay for trainees is $17.03 an hour, the agency said in a … more
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