Can a mine near the Pecos river be stopped

Ralph Vigil walks away from an old blocked off portion of the El Molino mill, where ores from the old Tererro Mine were processed. Nadav Soroker/Searchlight New Mexico

By Alicia Inez Guzman/Searchlight NM

A unique NM coalition is battling the project to prevent widespread harm — and deja vu.

Climate Crisis in New Mexico: Fast Profits, Slow Policies

By Aldo Jurado, Andres Torres, Brigid Driscoll, Joaquin Gonzalez, Joey Wagner, Lara Sullivan, Taylor Gibson

New Mexico produces more oil and gas than all states except Texas. So how does its Democratic governor and state legislature plan to address the climate change crisis? Our team of student reporters went in search of answers.

Facing the Northern NM resource problems

Grace Calderon looked out over the 18-acre property in Montezuma, New Mexico where she and her husband had been renovating a small house for their retirement. The fire had licked at the house but destroyed the shed in which they had been storing all the materials needed to finish the home. 

Curanderismo Gaining Steam?

Everyday items can be folk medicine.

By Rayes Gallegos / New Mexico News Port Body on fire, lungs lathered in a light complected forest green mucus and the fatigue of a sprinter completing a marathon. Tightly compressed into the covers of my grandmother’s bed I was dealing with a cold. Soup and liquids kept me replenished but the smell of vinegar… Continue reading Curanderismo Gaining Steam?