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TAOS — A New Mexico judge is weighing arguments over public access to prime hunting territory after a bench trial several weeks long in Taos. ... At issue in state district court is whether roads used to access the White Peak area are considered historic roads open to the public or private ranching roads.

An American Jobs Project report has found that solar jobs in New Mexico could more than double by 2030. Projected growth of the New Mexico ... Obviously, having to utilize huge amounts of water for electricity production in a water-constrained region is a problem. Natural gas and coal are the leading ...
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A hiccup in a nationwide computer system caused some problems for New Mexico trying to get their driver's license or title. ... A spokesperson told KOB the problem stemmed from a network outage that had the service down for hours Thursday, and intermittently on Friday. Network ...
ALAMOGORDO – Strong winds blew through the Tularosa Basin Friday bringing in cooler weather from the northwest along with dust. The National Weather Service (NWS) on Thursday issued a high-wind warning for El Paso and Southern New Mexico due to potentially damage-causing winds. The wind ...
LAS CRUCES, N.M. (KRQE) - A New Mexico cafe is offering one heck of a hamburger challenge. Jake's Cafe in Las Cruces, is issuing an "Open Heart Surgery Challenge" to any diner willing to take on the massive burger. The three-pound hamburger has nine slices of cheese, six ounces of green chile and ...
Jannette Walker has seen the issue firsthand. Last week she had a close call. “Just the other day there was two pit bulls that got loose and killed one of my neighbor's baby goats,” Walker said. “Then (the dog) went after my donkey and tried to get her by the throat and chased her all over the pasture.”.
Since 2004, the Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project has been working, mile by mile, to reclaim the river and its floodplain in New Mexico. Supported by eight soil and water conservation districts, as well as state and federal agencies, the effort even receives money from the state of Texas. The work ...
LAS VEGAS, N.M. (KRQE) - A West Las Vegas School Board Member says New Mexico has a real opioid addiction problem, and he has an idea to try and curb it. He wants to drug test everyone from the superintendent and board members, to teachers and student athletes. "My idea is really just to create a ...
“There is zoning that's creating problems that limit us from building casitas, from doing smart density, from doing fourplexes and duplexes, and finding other ways of smart, beautiful, character-rich urban living,” said Fischer. Fischer says he is already seeing some positive changes in New Mexico. He says ...


 

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