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Dakota Drake and Maria Borassa pick up trash as part of the community cleanup in Chimayo on July 17. “I’m tired of seeing all this damn trash and no one seems to care,” Borassa said. “I think we can do a little bit of damage here today, I hope.”

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    The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (FOG) is now accepting nominations for the 2021 William S. Dixon First Amendment Freedom Award – given to those who believe in government transparency at the state or local level – and who have made significant contributions to casting sunshi…

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   Lucia Sanchez is returning to work at Rio Arriba County for the first time in over four years, this time as County manager.

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    The light early morning shower had let up as El Vecino took a morning walk along one of his favorite forest roads. The chamiso shone a lovely sage green and was interspersed with the beautiful burgundy of blooming cholla cacti. The cool air was pregnant with the distinctively pungent fra…