Two New Mexico reservoirs get $1.4M for invasive species

The Bureau of Reclamation has awarded a contract for $1.4 million to Pyramid Enterprises, Inc. of Valencia, California, to provide aquatic invasive species inspection services for watercrafts...

DATE: May 30, 2016 | CATEGORY: Local News

Thousands mourn at funeral of kidnapped Navajo girl

FARMINGTON – She was a budding musician and talented artist, a girl whose death at the hands of a man who authorities say lured her into his van spread grief far beyond her home on the Navajo...

DATE: May 6, 2016 | CATEGORY: Local News

Into the volcano

Tom Ribe leans into the steering wheel of his green pickup, its dashboard a mosaic of souvenir pins from public lands. Just past the Valles Caldera National Preserve sign, in New Mexico’s Jemez...

DATE: March 16, 2016 | CATEGORY: Local News

Aztec granny leads ‘Toxic Tour of Hell’

Shirley “Sug” McNall has become the black sheep among not only her family, but also the community in which she lives, and it’s not hard to see why. Her “Toxic Tour of Hell” exposes the ugly side of...

DATE: March 15, 2016 | CATEGORY: Local News

Crowd clearly split at BLM hearing on methane emissions

FARMINGTON – Nearly 800 people flooded the San Juan College’s Henderson Fine Arts Center auditorium Tuesday to weigh in on the Bureau of Land Management’s proposed set of regulations aimed at...

DATE: Feb. 17, 2016 | CATEGORY: Local News

Farmington Museum to highlight Ansel Adams' favorite photos

The exhibition “Ansel Adams: Masterworks” will be presented at the Farmington Museum from Jan. 30 through April 2.The exhibition features 47 works by Ansel Adams (1902–1984), about two-thirds of a...

DATE: Jan. 20, 2016 | CATEGORY: Arts and Entertainment

Regional butterfly will be considered for protection

On Jan. 12, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that it will evaluate three rare insects for protection under the Endangered Species Act: the Great Basin silverspot butterfly, narrow-foot...

DATE: Jan. 19, 2016 | CATEGORY: Local News

Water monitoring plans may bring Four Corners together

Agreeing that collaboration is key, New Mexico environmental officials extended a hand in partnership to La Plata County during a Wednesday meeting about long-term water monitoring plans. Four...

DATE: Dec. 17, 2015 | CATEGORY: Local News

Tumbled tumbleweeds

DATE: Dec. 2, 2015 | CATEGORY: Local News

A rockin’ ‘Rokerthon’

Long before the sun came up over the Four Corners Monument on Monday, about 1,000 people from Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah huddled in the cold for their chance at a few seconds of camera...

DATE: Nov. 9, 2015 | CATEGORY: Local News

Dream takes shape

With construction more than 50 percent complete, the dream of a new $7 million outdoor learning center in Monticello, Utah, is quickly becoming reality. With thousands of children in the Four...

DATE: July 2, 2015 | CATEGORY: Local News

Navajos allege police abuse

FARMINGTON – At a recent public hearing, Leroy Light politely removed his white cowboy hat before addressing three Navajo Nation Human Rights Commissioners. “Everybody needs to be served right,”...

DATE: Feb. 13, 2015 | CATEGORY: Local News

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